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Friday October 12th: Editor’s Pick

Midnight at FSLC [Program & Tix]

OUTRAGE BEYOND
Kitano | 2012 | Japan | 110m
“New York Film Festival:
Midnight Movies”
12:00am at FSLC

“Kitano’s best film in a decade! Ultra-sparse, tough as nails, and wavering between droll and laugh-out-loud funny, Outrage Beyond [dramatizes] the corporatization of the yakuza, who, like Japan, have fallen on hard financial times…. [With its] backroom machinations, secret alliances, back-stabbing (well, back-shooting), [and] exactly two female characters, one of whom is a whore, Outrage Beyond is most surprising and satisfying when it enters the arena of male emotional bonding (albeit involving some gory self-mutilation).”
Mark Peranson, Cinemascope

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___Anthology Film Archives___
TWO YEARS AT SEA
Ben Rivers | 2011 | UK | 86min
*Dir Ben Rivers in person!
7:00, 9:00

 

___BAMcinématek___
POISON
Todd Haynes | 1991 | US | 85min
SODOM
Luther Price | 1989 | US | 21min
“Born in Flames: New Queer Cinema”
6:50

 

PARIS IS BURNING
Jennie Livingston | 1990 | US | 71min
“Born in Flames: New Queer Cinema”
4:30, 9:30

 

___Film Forum___
BRIEF ENCOUNTER
David Lean | 1945 | UK | 86min
1:00, 4:25, 8:00

 

CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON
Jack Arnold | 1954 | US | 79min
*In Digital 3D
2:45, 6:15, 9:45

 

___Film Society of Lincoln Center___
The 50th New York Film Festival
See official schedule for details

 

___IFC Center___
THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH
Alfred Hitchcock | 1956 | US | 120min
“Weekend Classics”
11:00am

 

THE HOST
Bong Joon-Ho | 2006 | Korea | 120min
“Waverly Midnights”
12:05am

 

WAKE IN FRIGHT
Ted Kotcheff | 1971 | Australia | 114min
“Waverly Midnights”
12:10am

 

RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK
Steven Spielberg | 1981 | USA | 115min
“Waverly Midnights”
12:20am

 

ROBOCOP
Verhoeven | 1987 | US | 102m
“Waverly Midnights”
12:25am

 

___Light Industry___
Leaving (With Four Half-Turns)
Anthony McCall | 2011 | 30min
*Projection & live performance
4:00

 

___Museum of Modern Art___
NORTHWEST PASSAGE
King Vidor | 1940 | US | 125min
“Ride, Boldly Ride”
1:30

 

GENGHIS KHAN
Manuel Conde & Lou Salvador | 1950 | Phil. | 91min
“To Save and Project”
*Intro by Benedict Olgado, Director, National Film Archive of the Philippines
4:00

 

___Museum of Modern Art (cnt’d)___
OCTOPUSSY
John Glen | 1983 | UK | 131min
“50 Years of James Bond”
4:00

 

LOLA
1961 | Jacques Demy | France | 85min
“To Save and Project”
*Intro by Anouk Aimée
6:45

 

A VIEW TO KILL
John Glen | 1985 | UK | 131min
“50 Years of James Bond”
7:00

 

___Museum of the Moving Image___
THE SWORD (KEN)
Kenji Misumi | 1964 | Japan | 94m
“Kenji Misumi”
7:00

 

Filmmakers in a Post-Film Landscape
*Panel discussion w/filmmakers Craig Singer & Michael Monello, moderated by StoryCode cofounder Auba Abiodun
7:00

 

___Nitehawk Cinema___
FRIGHT NIGHT
Tom Holland | 1985 | US | 106min
“October Midnight: Creepy Crawl”
12:10am

 

HAUSU (aka HOUSE)
Nobuhiko Ohbayashi | 1977 | Japan | 88min
“October Midnight: Creepy Crawl”
12:20am

 

___Rubin Museum___
FIVE EASY PIECES
Bob Rafelson | 1970 | US | 96min
“Cabaret Cinema”
*Intro by comedian Brooke Van Poppelen
9:30

 

___Spectacle Theater___
Shorts from Hell (Underground Horror program)
Various | 1977-2012 | 98min
“InFEST Underground Presents”
*Double feature w/BEYOND THE GRAVE
8:00

 

BEYOND THE GRAVE
Davi de Oliveira Pinheiro | 2010 | Brazil | 89min
“InFEST Underground Presents”
*Double feature w/Shorts from Hell
10:00

 

HORROR EXPRESS
Eugenio Martin | 1972 | Ita/UK | 90min
“SPEC2BER MIDNIGHTS!”
Midnight

 

___Sunshine Cinema___
PEE WEE’S BIG ADVENTURE
Tim Burton | 1985 | US | 90min
“Sunshine at Midnight”
Midnight

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