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Monday August 27th: Editor’s Pick

7:00 at Film Forum [Program & Tix]

HOT WATER
Newmeyer/Taylor | ’24 | US | 60m
*Intro by Suzanne Lloyd;
accompaniment by Steve Sterner;
dbl ftr w/ MOVIE CRAZY
“Harold Lloyd”
7:00 at Film Forum

“Though Lloyd is now reflexively mentioned as one of the big three of silent film comedy, alongside Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton, he is just as automatically undervalued, most likely because he seems to lack the dark side that so profoundly accents the humor of his two peers. Lloyd is the silent film’s great singer of youth, energy and optimism, whose most famous character – the boy with the straw hat and horn-rimmed glasses – embodied America’s sense of itself in the 1920’s, the decade that saw a great industrial boom and the country’s transformation from a rural to an urban society.”
Dave Kehr, the New York Times

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___BAMcinématek___
THE LANDLORD
Hal Ashby | 1970 | US | 112min
“American Gagsters: Great Comedy Teams”
4:30, 6:50, 9:15

 

___Film Forum___
BOUDU SAVED FROM DROWNING
Jean Renoir | 1932 | France | 87min
“The French Old Wave”
1:20, 10:10

 

LE JOUR SE LÈVE
Marcel Carné | 1939 | France | 93min
“The French Old Wave”
3:00

 

MOVIE CRAZY
Clyde Bruckman | 1932 | US | 84min
*Accompaniment by Steve Sterner
*Dbl ftr w/ HOT WATER
“Harold Lloyd”
5:20, 8:30

 

HOT WATER
Fred C. Newmeyer & Sam Taylor | 1924 | US | 60min
*Intro by Suzanne Lloyd
*Accompaniment by Steve Sterner
*Dbl ftr w/ MOVIE CRAZY
“Harold Lloyd”
7:00

 

___Film Society of Lincoln Center___
HABIBI
Susan Youssef | 2011 | Pal/Neth/US/UAE | 78min
*Director Youssef in person
“Orientation: A New Arab Cinema”
1:00

 

AMREEKA
Cherien Dabis | 2009 | US/Can/Pal | 96min
“Orientation: A New Arab Cinema”
3:15

 

CITY OF LIFE
Ali F. Mostafa | 2009 | UAE | 100min
*Director Mostafa in person
“Orientation: A New Arab Cinema”
5:15

___Film Society of Lincoln Center (con’t)___
EVERY DAY IS A HOLIDAY
Dima El-Horr | 2009 | Leb/Fra/Ger | 87min
“Orientation: A New Arab Cinema”
7:45

 

THE LAST FRIDAY
Yahya Al-Abdallah | 2011 | Jordan/UAE | 88min
“Orientation: A New Arab Cinema”
9:30

 

___IFC Center___
SOMEWHERE BETWEEN
Linda Goldstein Knowlton | US | 94min
*Director & subjects in person
10:45am, 12:30, 2:25, 4:20, 6:15*, 8:15, 10:10

 

___Jacob Burns Film Center___
WHISPER OF THE HEART
Yoshifumi Kondo | 1995 | Japan | 111min
“The Phantasmagoric Films of Miyazaki, Takahata
and the Masters of Studio Ghibli”
2:40, 5:00, 7:20, 9:40

 

___Jefferson Market Library___
PRETTY IN PINK
Howard Deutch | 1986 | US | 96min
6:00

 

___Museum of Modern Art___
ANHEY GHOHREY DA DAAN
Gurvinder Singh | 2011 | India | 112min
“ContemporAsian”
4:00

 

EYES WITHOUT A FACE
Georges Franju | 1959 | France/Italy | 88min
“Gaumont Thrillers: From Fantômas to A Gang Story”
4:30

 

POLICE
Maurice Pialat | 1985 | France | 113min
“Gaumont Thrillers: From Fantômas to A Gang Story”
7:30

 

___Nitehawk Cinema___
THE LONELIEST TIME OF MY LIFE
Aaron Christian Harms & Joel Lee Kulp | 2002 | US | 65min
9:20

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