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Friday January 6th: Editor’s Pick

7:00* at Museum of the Moving Image [Program & Tix]

ALMAYER’S FOLLY

Akerman | 2011 | France | 127m

*Akerman in-person; followed by Opening Night reception

“First Look”

7:00* at MOMI

“Akerman boils down her richly detailed Joseph Conrad source to a few austere gestures that balance the cross-cultural impulse of her recent documentary work with her better-known European narratives. Avoiding touristic or conventionally beautiful views to instead focus on a landscape of shiny, floating bodies, Almayer’s Folly powerfully confirms John Ford’s maxim that the most interesting thing in the world is the human face.”
Gabe Klinger, Cinemascope [Read More]

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___92YTribeca___

THE HOUSE BY THE CEMETERY

Lucio Fulci | 1981 | US | 87min

*Original uncut version; preceded by trailer reel

“Not Coming to a Theater Near You”

8:00

 

___Anthology Film Archives___

I WAS BORN, BUT…

Yasujiro Ozu | 1932 | Japan | 100min

“Essential Cinema”

7:00

 

ALICE IN WONDERLAND

James Fotopoulos | 2010 | US | 99min

“Dreamful Slumber: Drawings & Videos”

7:30

 

THE RULES OF THE GAME

Jean Renoir | 1939 | France | 97min

“Essential Cinema”

9:15

 

___Film Forum___

AU HASARD BALTHAZAR

Robert Bresson | 1966 | France/Sweden | 95min

“Bresson”

1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:30

 

___IFC Center__

KIKI’S DELIVERY SERVICE

Hayao Miyazaki | 1989 | Japan | 102min

“Castles in the Sky: Miyazaki, Takahata & the Masters of Studio Ghibli”

10:40am

 

POM POKO

Isao Takahata | 1994 | Japan | 119min

*7:45 Japanese-language version

12:35, 7:45

 

CASTLE IN THE SKY

Hayao Miyazaki | 1986 | Japan | 124min

*10:05 Japanese-language version

“Castles in the Sky: Miyazaki, Takahata & the Masters of Studio Ghibli”

2:55, 10:05

 

ONLY YESTERDAY

Isao Takahata | 1991 | Japan | 118min

*US Theatrical Premiere; Japanese-language version

5:25

 

___IFC Center (cont’d)___
THE ROAD WARRIOR
George Miller | 1981 | Australia | 94min
“Drive, They Said: Car Chase Cinema”
Midnight

 
___Museum of Modern Art___
LA RONDE
Max Ophuls | 1950 | France | 97min
“An Auteurist History of Film”
1:00

 

THE VAGABOND

Raj Kapoor | 1951 | India | 193min

“Raj Kapoor and the Golden Age of Indian Cinema”

6:30

 

___Museum of the Moving Image___

ALMAYER’S FOLLY

Chantal Akerman | 2011 | France | 127min

*Akerman in-person; followed by reception

“First Look Opening Night”

7:00

 

___reRun Gastropub___

CODEPENDENT LESBIAN SPACE ALIEN SEEKS SAME

Madeleine Olnek | 2011 | US | 75min

*Writer-Director in-person along with special guests

7:00, 10:00

 

___Rubin Museum___

LOST HORIZON

Frank Capra | 1937 | US | 134min

*Intro by graphic artist Lauren Weinstein

“Cabaret Cinema”

9:30

 

___Scandinavia House___

LE HAVRE

Aki Kaurismäki | 2011 | Finland | 93min

“Nordic Oscar Contenders”

6:30

 

___Sunshine at Midnight___

THE ROOM

Tommy Wiseau | 2003 | US | 99min

*Intro by Director

Midnight

 

NEWSIES

Kenny Ortega | 1992 | US | 121min

Midnight

 

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