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Friday May 18th: Editor’s Pick

7:00 at MOMI [Program & Tix]

RUSHMORE
Anderson | 1998 | US | 93min
“Wes Anderson’s Worlds”
7:00 at MoMI

“Anderson uses symmetrical widescreen compositions to give the film just a slight air of stylization, [but] technique can only go a small way toward explaining the effect of a film as intricate and vivid as this, with its simultaneous sobriety and eccentricity, its love of grand gestures and its respect for the tiniest fluctuations of emotions, its underlying sadness and great, bursting hopefulness.”
Dave Kehr, The Criterion Collection

Complete Listings

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___58th Street Library___
ALL THE PRESIDENT’S MEN
Alan J. Pakula | 1976 | US | 138min
“The World of Politics”
2:00

 

___Anthology Film Archives___
THE BLOOD OF A POET
Jean Cocteau | 1930 | France | 53min
“Essential Cinema”
7:30

 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
Jean Cocteau | 1946 | France | 93min
“Essential Cinema”
9:00

 

___BAMCinématek___
THE COLOR WHEEL
Alex Ross Perry | 2012 | US | 83min
*Q&A w/ Perry & actress Carlen Altman
2:00, 4:30, 6:50*, 9:15

 

___Bronx Library Center___
A BRONX TALE
Robert DeNiro | 1993 | US | 121min
6:00

 

___Film Forum___
GRAND ILLUSION
Jean Renoir | 1937 | France | 114min
1:00, 3:15, 5:30, 7:45, 10:00

 

___IFC Center___
THE 39 STEPS
Alfred Hitchcock | 1935 | UK | 87min
“Weekend Classics: Hitchcock”
11:00am

 

BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA
John Carpenter | 1986 | US | 99min
“Late-Night Favorites”
Midnight

 

GERONIMO: AN AMERICAN LEGEND
Walter Hill | 1993 | US | 115min
“Wild Hill: Walter Hill at Midnight”
Midnight

 

___Museum of Arts and Design___
NEW ROSE HOTEL
Abel Ferrara | 1998 | US | 93min
“Argento: Il Cinema Nel Sangue”
7:00

 

___Museum of Modern Art___
HIGH NOON
Fred Zinnemann | 1952 | US | 84min
“An Auteurist History of Film”
1:30

 

Alexander Kluge on Werner Schroeter
THE CHARM THAT COMES FROM FREEDOM
Alexander Kluge | 1989 | W. Germany | 31min
THE DAUGHTER OF MIRACULIX
Alexander Kluge | 2003 | Germany | 45min
ON THE RAZOR BLADE OF LIFE
Alexander Kluge | 2010 | Germany | 24min
“Werner Schroeter”
4:30

 

THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT
Lisa Cholodenko | 2010 | US | 106min
“Focus Features: 10th Anniversary Salute”
4:30

___Museum of Modern Art___
THE BEGINNING AND THE END

Arturo Ripstein | 1993 | Mexico | 165min
“Mahfouz at the Movies”
7:00

 

DRESS REHEARSAL
Werner Schroeter | 1980 | W. Germany | 88min
WHAT CHANCE DOES NAVIGATION HAVE IN THE SEA OF LOVE?
Alexander Kluge | 1999 | Germany | 15min
“Werner Schroeter”
7:30

 

___Museum of the Moving Image___
RUSHMORE
Wes Anderson | 1998 | US | 93min
“Wes Anderson’s Worlds”
7:00

 

___Nitehawk Cinema___
BLUE VELVET
David Lynch | 1986 | US | 120min
Midnight

 

___Rubin Museum of Art___
THE NAME OF THE ROSE

Jean-Jacques Annaud | 1986 | W. Ger/Fra/Ita | 130min
“From Cover to Cover”
9:30

 

___Solar One___
No Escape: Shorts Program

Various
*Live music before film; after-party w/ free drinks
“Rooftop Films”
9:00

 

___Spectacle Theater___
DEAD DUDES IN THE HOUSE

Jim Riffel | 1992 | US | 95min
Midnight

 

___Sunshine Cinema___
BEETLEJUICE

Tim Burton | 1988 | US | 92min
Midnight

 

___Whitney Museum of American Art___
MOBILE HOMESTEAD CHRISTENING CEREMONY AND LAUNCH, SEPTEMBER 25, 2010

Mike Kelley | 2010 – 2011 | US | 55min
“Whitney Biennial 2012”
2:00

 

GOING WEST ON MICHIGAN AVENUE FROM DOWNTOWN DETROIT TO WESTLAND
Mike Kelley | 2010 – 2011 | US | 76min
“Whitney Biennial 2012”
4:00

 

GOING EAST ON MICHIGAN AVENUE FROM DOWNTOWN DETROIT TO WESTLAND
Mike Kelley | 2010 – 2011 | US | 76min
“Whitney Biennial 2012”
7:00

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