The Free Summer Movies Series that showed free movies during the summer month of August in 2016 was sponsored by Boraie Development and also sponsored by Provident Bank Foundation. The movies shown were good for family entertainment as they included E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Frozen and Despicable Me 2. The movies were shown twice a day on the days they ran with a morning show at 10:30 a.m. and then an evening showing at 7:00 p.m. as a published through the New Jersey Stage.
The movies were shown at the historic State Theater New Jersey built in 1921 and one of the prominent venues in New Jersey for live performances. The movies were free admission for families, groups and summer camps in the theater that was known as a movie palace when first opened.
The vice president of Boraie Development Hiam Boraie said they were proud to sponsor the series of movies for young people and families in the historic venue to see free.
The Provincial Bank Foundation executive director Jane Kurek echoed the sentiments of Hiam Boraie, saying they were thrilled at making the movies possible in the opulence of the State Theater free of charge. For more details visit Crunchbase.
The State Theater Vice President of Development & Strategic Partnerships Anna Marie Gewirtz said they were pleased to bring back the summer movie series. Ms. Gewirtz said it is their focus to bring family-friendly free presentations and this summer they reached about 7,500 people.
Hiam Boraie is a part of Boraie Development LLC, under patriarch and President Omar Boraie. Omar Boraie the 73-year-old had and still has a vision for four decades. The company offers services in areas of the urban real estate market and building spectacular properties with the help of their architects and contractors. Omar Boraie says of the New Brunswick area that there were 21 vacant and dilapidated buildings on the block in 1972 where his office is now located including a panoramic view from the eight-floor location. He began buying the buildings and then went to the city with his plan to change the look of the city. He built the Albany Street Plaza Tower One with office space that was 250,000 square feet. He later built Tower Two next to Tower One that was completed in 2003.
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