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Friday July 15th: Editor’s Pick

6:00 at Film Society of Lincoln Center [Program & Tix]


COME BACK TO THE 5 & DIME, JIMMY DEAN, JIMMY DEAN
Altman | 1982 | US | 109m
*Q-and-A with production designer, producers, and Kathryn Altman
“UCLA Festival of Preservation”
6:00

“Robert Altman’s best film since Nashville… Based on the failed play of the same name, the movie version comes alive under Altman’s superb style and appropriately overstated performances. No wonder it bombed as a play, it was always a movie. The story is a riotously funny sendup of Tennessee Williams and his particular fascination with small-town madness, dusty symbolism, moronic children, oedipal complexes and doomed dreams. The plot is so absolutely ludicrous that it makes General Hospital seem like social realism.”
Michael Blowen, Boston Globe

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___58th Street Library___
THÉRÈSE RAQUIN
Marcel Carné | 1953 | France/Italy | 102min
2:00

 

___Anthology Film Archives___
VILLAIN
Michael Tuchner | 1971 | UK | 98min
“William Lustig Presents”
7:00

 

Tribute to the Experimental Television Center
Shorts Program | Various Directors | 1975-2007 | approx. 100min
7:30

 

FEAR IS THE KEY
Michael Tuchner | 1973 | UK | 103min
“William Lustig Presents”
9:15

 

___BAMcinématek___
LET’S MAKE LOVE
George Cukor | 1960 | US | 119min
“Marilyn!”
4:30, 9:15

 

THE PRINCE AND THE SHOWGIRL
Laurence Olivier | 1957 | UK/US | 115min
“Marilyn!”
2:00, 6:50

 

___Cinema Purgatorio___
DAYLIGHT
David Barker | 2010 | US
*Q&A with Barker and Jay van Hoy
10:00

 

___Film Forum___
BABY FACE
Alfred E. Green | 1933 | US | 71min
Double Feature with TWO SECONDS
Mervyn LeRoy | 1932 | US | 67min
“Essential Pre-Code”
2:55, 5:50, 8:45

 

TWO SECONDS
Mervyn LeRoy | 1932 | US | 67min
Double Feature with BABY FACE
Alfred E. Green | 1933 | US | 71min
“Essential Pre-Code”
1:30, 4:25, 7:20

 

___Film Society of Lincoln Center___
SLEEP, MY LOVE
Douglas Sirk | 1948 | US | 96min
“UCLA Festival of Preservation”
2:00

 

CRY DANGER
Robert Parrish | 1951 | US | 79min
“UCLA Festival of Preservation”
4:00

 

COME BACK TO THE 5 & DIME, JIMMY DEAN, JIMMY DEAN
Robert Altman | 1982 | US | 109min
*Q-and-A with production designer David Gropman, production executive Peter Newman, distribution executive Ira Deutchman, and Kathryn Altman, widow of Robert Altman
“UCLA Festival of Preservation”
6:00

 

NATIVE LAND
Leo Hurwitz | 1942 | US | 80min
Screening with THE FORGOTTEN VILLAGE
Herbert Kline | 1941 | US | 67min
And News of the Day (April 3, 1941)
1941 | US | 9min
“UCLA Festival of Preservation”
8:30

 

___Films on the Green – Riverside Park___
MY FATHER’S GLORY
Yves Robert | 1990 | France | 105min
8:30 (dusk)

 

___Gladstone Gallery___
ICT ET AILLEURS
Jean-Luc Godard and Anne-Marie Miéville | 1976 | France | 53min
“The Unfinished Film”
3:00

 

___IFC Center___
DERSU UZALA
Akira Kurosawa | 1975 | Japan | 137min
“Weekend Classics”
11:00am

 

SUDDEN IMPACT
Clint Eastwood | 1983 | US | 117min
“Waverly Midnights”
Midnight

 

EL TOPO
Alejandro Jodorosky | 1970 | Mexico | 125min
“Late-Nite Favorites”
12:15am

 

___Japan Society___
TOILET
Naoko Ogigami | 2010 | Japan | 109min
“Japan Cuts 2011: The New York Festival of Contemporary Japanese Cinema”
6:15

 

THREE☆POINTS
Masashi Yamamoto | 2011 | Japan | 117min
*Introduction and Q-and-A with Masashi Yamamoto
“Japan Cuts 2011: The New York Festival of Contemporary Japanese Cinema”
8:30

___Museum of Arts and Design___
STEAMBOAT WILLIE
Walt Disney | 1928 | US | 7min
TIME OF THE WOLF
Michael Haneke | 2003 | France/Austria/Germany | 113min
“An Assault of Reality: Expansion of Cinema into the 21st Century”
7:00

 

___Museum of Modern Art___
THE LIFE AND DEATH OF COLONEL BLIMP
Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger | 1943 | Great Britain | 163min
“An Auteurist History of Film”
1:00

 

AFFECTED AND/OR EFFECTED
Lawrence Weiner | 1974 | US | 20min
DONE TO
Lawrence Weiner | 1974 | US | 20min
GREEN AS WELL AS BLUE AS WELL AS RED
Lawrence Weiner | 1975-1976 | US | 18min
ALTERED TO SUIT
Lawrence Weiner | 1979 | US | 23min
“Lawrence Weiner and Kathryn Bigelow: Films and Videos”
4:30

 

CHICO XAVIER
Daniel Filho | 2010 | Brazil | 125min
*Q-and-A with actor Ângelo Antônio
“Premiere Brazil! 2011”
5:00

 

VIPS
Toniko Melo | 2010 | Brazil | 96min
*Introduction and Q-and-A with Melo
“Premiere Brazil! 2011”
7:30

 

___Museum of the Moving Image___
HUD
Martin Ritt | 1963 | US | 112min
“Paul Newman”
7:00

 

___Quad Cinema___
GIRLFRIEND
Justin Lerner | 2011 | US | 94min
*Writer/Director Lerner, Star Evan Sneider, and other cast/crew in person
7:30

 

___Queens Museum of Art___
AFRICA UNITED
Debs Gardner-Paterson | 2010 | Rwanda/South Africa/UK | 88min
*Performance by Ballet African International
“Target Passport Fridays: Africa”
6:30 (music and dance program), 8:00 (film begins)

 

___reRun Gastropub Theater___
IMPOLEX
Alex Ross Perry | 2009 | US | 73min
*Perry and special guests in person
7:00, 10:00

 

___River Flicks – Hudson River Park___
DESPICABLE ME
Pierre Coffin and Chris Renaud | 2010 | US | 95min
8:30 (dusk)

 

___Rooftop Films – Automotive High School___
BELLFLOWER
Evan Glodell | 2011 | US | 106min
*Q-and-A with Glodell after the screening
8:00 (doors open), 8:30 (live music), 9:00 (film begins)

 

___Rubin Museum of Art___
LE GRAND VOYAGE
Ismaël Ferroukhi | 2004 | Czechoslovakia | 108min
“Cabaret Cinema”
9:30

 

___Scandinavia House___
MÜNSTER’S CASE
Rickard Petrelius | 2005 | Sweden | 90min
“Crime Series”
6:30

 

___Spectacle Theater___
LEMONADE JOE
Oldrich Lipský | 1964 | Czechoslovakia | 99min
7:30

 

HAPPY END
Oldrich Lipský | 1967 | Czechoslovakia | 71min
9:30

 

SAMURAI COP
Amir Shervan | 1989 | US | 96min
“Midnight Movies”
Midnight

 

___Sunshine Cinemas___
LABYRINTH
Jim Henson | 1986 | UK/US | 101min
Midnight

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