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Friday April 22th: Editor’s Pick

7:00 at Museum of Modern Art [Program & Tix]


Kino-Pravda nos. 14–17
Vertov | 1922–23 | USSR
“Dziga Vertov”
*Piano by Donald Sosin
7:00 at MoMA

“The greatest red documentary filmmaker of the 1920s, the greatest documentary filmmaker of the ’20s, the greatest filmmaker . . . ever? In the alternate universe where vision trumps commerce and formal innovation displaces narrative, Dziga Vertov (1896–1954) rivals Stan Brakhage and Oscar Micheaux as supreme inventor of motion-picture form.” –Jim Hoberman, Village Voice [Read More]

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___Anthology Film Archives___
MAN WITH A MOVIE CAMERA
Dziga Vertov | 1929 | USSR | 104min
“Essential Cinema: The Films of Dziga Vertov”
7:00, 9:15 

 

___BAMcinematek___
THE NAKED ISLAND
Kaneto Shindo | 1960 | Japan | 97m
*6:50 show Introduced by Benicio Del Toro; proceeds go to Japan relief
“The Urge for Survival: Kaneto Shindo”
2:00, 6:50*

 

CHILDRED OF HIROSHIMA
Kaneto Shindo | 1952 | Japan | 57min
“The Urge for Survival: Kaneto Shindo”
4:30, 9:40


___Film Forum___
IT’S A GIFT
Norman Z. McLeod | 1934 | US | 68min
Screening with THE DENTIST (uncensored version) | 1932 | US | 21min
*7:40 show introduced by W.C. Fields’ grandchildren
* Double Feature with MAN ON THE FLYING TRAPEZE
“W.C. Fields”
1:10, 4:25, 7:40*

 

THE MAN ON THE FLYING TRAPEZE
Clyde Bruckman | 1935 | US | 65min
* Double Feature with IT’S A GIFT
“W.C. Fields”
3:00, 6:15, 9:30


 

___Film Society of Lincoln Center___
THE HOME AND THE WORLD
Satyajit Ray | 1984 | India | 140min
“Long Shadows: The Late Work of Satyajit Ray”
1:15, 6:15

 

THE ELEPHANT GOD
Satyajit Ray | 1979 | India | 112min
“Long Shadows: The Late Work of Satyajit Ray”
4:00

 

AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE
Satyajit Ray | 1990 | India | 99min
“Long Shadows: The Late Work of Satyajit Ray”
9:00

 

___IFC Center___

THE HOLY MOUNTAIN
Alejandro Jodorowsky | 1973 | Mexico | 113min
Midnight

___Museum of Modern Art___
PINOCCHIO
Walt Disney | 1940 | 88min
“An Auteurist History of Film”
1:30

 

BLESS THEIR LITTLE HEARTS
Billy Woodberry | 1984 | US | 80min
“Charles Burnett: The Power to Endure”
4:30

 

KINO-PRAVDA, NOS. 14-17
Dziga Vertov | 1922-23 | USSR
*Live piano accompaniment by Donald Sosin
Screening with two Vertov shorts TODAY (1923) and SOVIET TOYS (1924)
“Dziga Vertov”
7:00

 

A PANEL OF CHARLES BURNETT’S COLLABORATORS AND CRITICS
Panelist Details TK
“Charles Burnett: The Power to Endure”
8:00

 


___Museum of the Moving Image___
STEVEN ARNOLD SPECIAL
Shorts Selection 1967-1969 | 48min
*Introduced by Stuart Comer, film curator, Tate Modern (London)
“Fashion and Film Festival”

7:00

 

___92YTribeca___
MEET THE LADY: DEATH AND THE MAIDEN
* Special Guests: Nick Hooker, director of Grace Jones’ “Corporate Cannibal” video; Gravestone Girls, who will be selling their wares after the show; Funeral singer Melanie Long; Burlesque sensation Iris Explosion; Snacks by The Food Daddy (aka Cas Marino)
8:00

 

___reRun Gastropub Theater___
ST NICK
David Lowry | 2010 | US | 101min
*Special Guests TBA
7:00, 10:00

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