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Monday June 27th: Editor’s Pick

7:00 at Film Forum [Program & Tix]

SPITE MARRIAGE

Sedgwick/Keaton | 1929 | US | 76m

With CONVICT 13 1920 | 18m

“The Best of Buster”

*Live piano accompaniment by Steve Sterner

7:00

“The sequence in which Keaton drunkenly attempts to get an equally inebriated Dorothy Sebastian into bed without waking her up is a genuine classic. It’s a tour de force of comic timing, as he hauls his co-star around in a variety of ungainly positions. Though her work in this scene is severely inhibited by definition, Sebastian was the strongest actress to ever share the screen with Keaton…Spite Marriage is an often under-appreciated treasure, and the last fully realized display of Keaton’s towering gifts as a filmmaker.”

Paul Tatara, TCM [Read More]

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___BAMcinématek___
PIRATES
Roman Polanski | 1986 | France/Tunisia | 121min
“Polanski x 3”
6:50, 9:15 

 

___Bryant Park___
THE 39 STEPS
Alfred Hitchcock | 1935 | UK | 86min
*Lawn opens at 5:00
Sunset

 

___Film Forum___

THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH

Nicolas Roeg | 1976 | UK | 139min

1:00, 3:45, 7:00, 9:35

 

SPITE MARRIAGE

Edward Sedgwick & Buster Keaton | 1929 | US | 76min

CONVICT 13

Edward F. Cline & Buster Keaton | 1920 | US | 18min

“The Best of Buster”

*Live piano accompaniment by Steve Sterner

7:00

 

DIAL M FOR MURDER
Alfred Hitchcock | 1954 | US | 105min
*Original double-system Polaroid 3-D
2:00, 4:30, 7:00, 9:30

 

___Film Society of Lincoln Center___

THIS IS MY LAND… HEBRON

Giulia Amati & Stephen Natanson | 2010 | Israel/Italy | 75min

“Human Rights Watch Film Festival”

*Q&A with filmmakers

4:00

 

FAMILIA

Mikael Wiström & Alberto Hershkovits | 2010 | Sweden | 82min

“Human Rights Watch Film Festival”

*Q&A with filmmakers

6:30

 

LOST ANGELS

Thomas Napper | 2010 | US | 77min

“Human Rights Watch Film Festival”

*Q&A with filmmaker

9:00

 

___Gladstone Gallery___

THE BIRTH OF MAGELLAN

Shorts | Hollis Frampton | 1969-77 | 88min

“The Unfinished Film”

3:00

 

___Huckleberry Bar___

SPIES LIKE US

John Landis | 1985 | US | 102min

“Monday Night Movies”

9:00

 

___IFC Center___
A BOY CALLED DAD
Brian Percival | 2009 | UK | 80min
“From Britain with Love”
6:00

 

PARIS IS BURNING
Jennie Livingston | 1990 | US | 71min
“Queer/Art/Film”
*Introduced by Dee Rees
8:00

 

___indieScreen___
W ZAPPATORE
Massimiliano Verdesca | 2010 | Italy | 84min

*Q&A with Verdesca

10:00

 

___Museum of Modern Art___

I WENT TO THE DANCE

Les Blank, Chris Strachwitz, Maureen Gosling | 1989 | US | 84min

“Les Blank: Ultimate Insider”

4:00

 

FINDING NEMO

Andrew Stanton | 2003 | US | 100min

KNICK KNACK

John Lasseter | 1989 | US | 4min

“Pixar Revisited”

4:30

 

THE INCREDIBLES

Brad Bird | 2004 | US | 115min

BOUNDIN’

Brad Luckey | 2003 | US | 5min

“Pixar Revisited”

8:00

 

___Queens Museum of Art___

THE TRUMAN SHOW

Peter Weir | 1998 | US | 102min

2:00

 

___reRun Theater___

GENERAL ORDERS NO. 9

Robert Persons | 2009 | US | 72min

7:00

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