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Monday June 20th: Editor’s Pick

7:45 at Film Forum [Program & Tix]

SHERLOCK JR.

Buster Keaton | 1924 | US | 45min

Screening with THE BOAT

“The Best of Buster”

*Live piano accompaniment

7:45 at Film Forum

“Keaton’s one film about film, Sherlock, Jr., is a through-the-looking-glass tale that examines the dreamlike nature of movies—or is it the movie-like nature of dreams? … There’s a kind of blissful delirium about the dream-movie; it’s a transcendent celebration of film as fantasy, a world where anything can happen, and the right thing always does.”

Imogen Smith, Buster Keaton: The Persistence of Comedy

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___Anthology Film Archives___

PENNIES FROM HEAVEN

Herbert Ross | 1981 | US | 108min

“Hollywood Musicals of the 1970s & 80s, Part 1: The 1970s”

6:45

 

200 MOTELS

Tony Palmer, Frank Zappa | 1971 | US | 98min

“Hollywood Musicals of the 1970s & 80s, Part 1: The 1970s”

9:00

 

__BAMcinematek__

THE REDEMPTION OF GENERAL BUTT NAKED

Daniele Anastasion & Eric Strauss | 2011 | US | 84min

*Q&A with directors Daniele Anastasion & Eric Strauss

“BAMcinemaFest”

6:30

 

Shorts Mix

Various Filmmakers | 80min

*All filmmakers in attendance

“BAMcinemaFest”

9:15

 

___Film Forum___

BRINGING UP BABY

Howard Hawks | 1938 | US | 102min

1:00, 3:15, 5:30, 9:10

 

SHERLOCK JR.

Buster Keaton | 1924 | US | 45min

THE BOAT

Edward F. Kline, Buster Keation | 1921 | US | 19min

“The Best of Buster”

*Live piano accompaniment by Steve Sterner

7:45

 

___Film Society of Lincoln Center___

BETTER THIS WORLD

Katie Galloway, Kelly Duane de la Vega | 2011 | US | 93min

“Human RIghts Watch Film Festival”

*Q&A with filmmakers and film subject Bradley Crowder

4:00

 

IF A TREE FALLS

Marshall Curry, Sam Cullman | 2011 | US | 85min

“Human Rights Watch Film Festival”

*Q&A with filmmaker

8:45

 

LOVE CRIMES OF KABUL

Tanaz Eshagian | 2011 | Afghanistan/US | 71min

“Human Rights Watch Film Festival”

*Q&A with filmmaker

8:45

 

___Huckleberry Bar___

STRANGE BREW

Rick Moranis, Dave Thomas | 1983 | Canada/US | 90min

“Monday Night Movies”

9:00

 

___Maysles Cinema____

THE LIPS

Iván Fund & Santiago Loza | 2010 | Argentina | 100min

“Documentary In Bloom”

7:30

 

___Museum of Modern Art___

DAVID HOLZMAN’S DIARY

Jim McBride | 1967 | US | 71min

4:00

 

IN THE LOOP

Armando Iannucci | 2009 | UK | 105min

“In Focus: IFC Films”

4:00

 

PARANOID PARK

Gus van Sant | 2008 | US | 84min

“In Focus: IFC Films”

6:30

 

THE HIGH LIFE

Zhao Dayong | 2010 | China | 96min

“ContemporAsian”

7:00

 

ME AND YOU AND EVERYONE WE KNOW

Miranda July | 2005 | US | 91min

“In Focus: IFC Films”

8:30

 

___New York Society for Ethical Culture___

HOWARD ZINN: YOU CAN’T BE NEUTRAL ON A MOVING TRAIN

Deb Ellis, Denis Mueller | 2004 | US | 78min

1:00

 

___reRun Gastropub___

KIDNAPPED

Miguel Ángel Vivas | 2010 | Spain/France | 85min

10:00

 

___Queens Museum of Art___

WAIT UNTIL DARK

Terence Young | 1967 | US | 108min

5:00

 

___Spectacle Theatre___

TBD

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