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Friday May 27th: Editor’s Pick

7:45 at 92Y Tribeca [Program & Tix]


MIAMI BLUES
George Armitage | ’90 | US | 97m
*Introduced by Cashiers du Cinemart creator Mike White
7:45 at 92Y Tribeca 

“Best appreciated for the performances of its stars and for the kinds of funny, scene-stealing peripheral touches that keep it lively even when it’s less than fully convincing. Mr. Baldwin, whose Junior sports a tiger tattoo and favors black satin shorts for the story’s at-home scenes, affects a raspy growl and does his best to seem dangerous; at times he truly succeeds. The trouble with casting an actor with this much matinee-idol potential in a role like this, though, is that the audience expects to like Junior better than it ever will.”
Janet Maslin, New York Times [Read More]

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___92YTribeca___
MIAMI BLUES
George Armitage | 1990 | US | 97min
*Introduced by Cashiers du Cinemart creator Mike White
7:45
 

SHOCK TREATMENT
Jim Sharman | 1981 | US | 94min
*Introduced by Cashiers du Cinemart creator Mike White
10:00
 

___Anthology Film Archives___
BLACK GOD, WHITE DEVIL

Glauber Rocha | 1964 | Brazil | 115min
“Migrating Forms”
7:00
 

NO. 12: HEAVEN AND EARTH MAGIC
Harry Smith | 1950-61 | US | 66min
7:30
 

Bruce Baille Short Films
Bruce Baille | 1963-1978 | US
*Bruce Baille in person
9:00
 

Tube Time
Various Artists | 2011
“Migrating Forms”
9:30
 

___BAMcinématek___
A SCREAMING MAN
Mahamat-Saleh Haroun | ’10 | France/Chad | 102m
“FilmAfrica”
2:00, 6:50
 

BRIGHTNESS
Souleymane Cissé | 1987 | Mali/Burkina Faso/France/West Germany/UK | 105min
“FilmAfrica”
4:30, 9:15
 

___IFC Center___
THE HIDDEN FORTRESS
Akira Kurosawa | 1958 | Japan | 139min
“Kurosawa”
11:00am
 

THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS
Jonathan Demme | 1991 | US | 118min
“A Girl and a Gun”
Midnight
 

TAXI DRIVER
Martin Scorsese | 1976 | US | 113min
“Late Night Favorites”
Midnight

 

___Film Forum___
WENT THE DAY WELL?

Alberto Cavalcanti | 1942 | UK | 92min
1:30, 3:30, 7:30, 9:30

 

___Film Society of Lincoln Center___
THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING, THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING

Norman Jewison | 1966 | US | 126min
“Norman Jewison: Relentless Renegade
1:00
 

___Film Society of Lincoln Center, ctd___
AND JUSTICE FOR ALL
Norman Jewison | 1979 | US | 119min
“Norman Jewison: Relentless Renegade”
3:30 

 

IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT
Norman Jewison | 1967 | US | 109min
“Norman Jewison: Relentless Renegade”
6:00

 

AGNES OF GOD
Norman Jewison | 1985 | US | 98min
“Norman Jewison: Relentless Renegade”
8:45

 

___Littlefield___
Short Film Slam 2
Assorted Films
“Kings County Cinema Society Presents”
*21+ Only
Doors, 7:30
Show, 8:30
 

___MoMA___
THE LADY EVE
Preston Sturges | 1941 | US | 94min
“An Auteurist History of Film”
1:30
 

HÄNDE – EINE STUDIE
Albrecht Viktor Blum | 1928-29 | Germany | 10min
SHANGHAI DOCUMENT
Yakov Bliokh | 1928 | USSR | 58min
“Dziga Vertov”
4:00
 

THE WIND THAT SHAKES THE BARLEY
Ken Loach | 2006 | Ireland/Great Britain/Germany/Italy/Spain | 127min
“Revisiting The Quiet Man: Ireland on Film”
4:30
 

THE KILLING YARD
Euzhan Palcy | 2001 | US | 110min
“Filmmaker in Focus: Euzhan Palcy”
7:00
 

THE BUTCHER BOY
Neil Jordan | 1997 | Ireland | 110min
“Revisting the Quiet Man: Ireland on Film”
8:00
 

___Museum of the Moving Image___
Independently Animated: An Evening with Bill Plympton

*Screening & Live Event w/Plympton
7:00
 

___reRun Gastropub Theater___
THE WAVE

Dennis Gansel | 2008 | Germany | 107min
*Double Feature w/WE ARE THE NIGHT
7:00
 

WE ARE THE NIGHT
Dennis Gansel | 2010 | Germany | 100min
*NYC Theatrical Premiere
10:00
 

___Sunshine at Midnight___
TRON
Steven Lisberger | 1982 | US | 96min
Midnight

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