Many parks offer free films in the summer. Bryant Park does one better by also offering free films in the winter. It established the Winter Film Festival tradition a couple of years ago. This year, it will present four films on Monday evenings at 7 PM in February. They will be projected on a screen overlooking the Citi Pond ice skating rink. (See rates and other information here.)
Bryant Park urges you to bring a blanket. I'd add to make it a heavy one or two and take along your warmest hat, mittens, scarf, boots, etc., and be prepared with hot drinks; there should be some available for sale there.
This Monday, February 4, you can see Disney’s Peter Pan (1953, Disney, 77 min, Technicolor)
To plan further ahead, the next three films slated are as follows:
Singin’ in the Rain
(1952, MGM, 103 min, Technicolor)
(2002, Miramax, 113 min)
. (1978, Paramount, 110 min)