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Monday November 14th: Editor’s Pick

8:15 at Film Forum [Program & Tix]

THE CROWD

Vidor | 1928 | US | 98m

*Live piano accompaniment

“The Silent Roar: MGM 1924-1929”

8:15 at Film Forum

“In the final, and perhaps greatest, year of the silent screen, The Crowd stands at the summit as the most profoundly moving. Although it is, unquestionably, Vidor’s most lasting silent achievement, it must also be counted high among the artistically most important and influential American films. An astonishingly powerful emotional experience, it is one of the very few uncompromising works of humanist art in world cinema. Now it seems more modern then ever.”
Peter Bogdanovich, Movie of the Week [Read More]

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___Anthology Film Archives___

Performa: Crossing Over

MIKE’S TALENT SHOW (excerpts)

Michael Smith | 1985-89 | US | 20min

DOUG AND MIKE’S ADULT ENTERTAINMENT (excerpts)

Michael Smith | 1991-96 | US | 30min

THE RICKY PAUL SHOW (excerpts)

Eric Bogosian | 1979 | US | 20min

“Performa 11: Not Funny: Stand-Up Comedy and Visual Artists”

7:00

 

___BAMcinématek___

Puppets from Around the World: International Shorts Program

Various | 90min

“Puppets on Film”

4:30

 

MAKING WAR HORSE

David Bickerstaff & Phil Grabsky | 2009 | US | 50min

*Intro by Lincoln Center’s resident puppetry director Matt Acheson

“Puppets on Film”

6:50

 

SHAME

Steve McQueen | 2011 | UK | 99min

*Q&A with James Badge Dale and Elizabeth Masucci

7:00

 

GREMLINS 2: THE NEW BATCH

Joe Dante | 1990 | US | 106min

“Puppets on Film”

9:15

 

___Film Forum___

STILL JOURNEY ON & Other Recent Films

Robert Gardner | Various Shorts | 90min

“Robert Gardner: Artist/Ethnographer”

1:00, 2:50, 4:40, 6:30

 

THE CROWD

King Vidor | 1928 | US | 98min

*Live piano accompaniment by Steve Sterner

“The Silent Roar: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 1924-1929”

8:15

___Film Society of Lincoln Center___

2 OR 3 THINGS I KNOW ABOUT HER

Jean-Luc Godard | 1967 | France | 87min

“50 Years of the New York Film Festival”

8:45

 

___Jefferson Market Library___

LES BONNES FEMMES

Claude Chabrol | 1960 | France | 93min

6:00

 

___Maysles Cinema___

PROMISED LAND

Yoruba Richen | 2010 | US/S. Africa | 52min

*Q&A and reception w/ Richen

“Doc Watchers”

7:00

 

___Museum of Modern Art___

SHOWER

Zhang Yang | 1999 | China | 92min

“In Focus: Fortissimo Films”

4:00

 

Jack Smith Program 3

NORMAL LOVE

Jack Smith | 1963-65 | US | 120min

“To Save and Project: The Ninth MoMA International Festival of Film Preservation”

4:15

 

An Evening with Zefrey Throwell

Zefrey Throwell | Various Shorts

“Modern Mondays”

7:00

 

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and MoMA Present Saul Bass: A Life in Film & Design

Saul Bass | Various Clips

*Intro by Kyle Cooper, Chip Kidd, & Pat Kirkham

“To Save and Project: The Ninth MoMA International Festival of Film Preservation”

7:00

 

___reRun Gastropub Theater___

BARBERSHOP PUNK

Georgia Archer & Kristen Armfield | 2011 | US | 83min

7:00

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