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Monday October 8th: Editor’s Pick

7:30 at Jacob Burns [Program & Tix]

SEVEN PSYCHOPATHS
McDonagh | 2012 | US/UK | 109m
*Q&A w/ McDonagh & New York Times critic Janet Maslin
7:30 at Jacob Burns

“Say what you will about Martin McDonagh, the Irish playwright-turned-screenwriter-director. It’s true he might have lingered too long at the vintage Tarantino party celebrating outlandish hyper-violence and obsessive pop-cultural awareness. But the guy writes killer dialogue and spiky characters, throwing them together in amusingly baroque ways. He also attracts first-rate talent, which means that while it’s way behind the Pulp Fiction curve, Seven Psychopaths can be terrifically entertaining…. This poison-pen love letter to Los Angeles [isn’t] about much beyond its larkish spirit, [but] will surely please fans of souped-up, self-referential crime capers.”
David Rooney, The Hollywood Reporter

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___Anthology Film Archives___
VACAS
Julio Medem | 1992 | Spain | 96min
“The Spanish Civil War in the Basque Country”
7:30

 

___BAMcinématek___
RAMROD
André de Toth | 1947 | US | 95min
“Selections by Elliot Stein”
6:50

 

___Film Forum___
WAKE IN FRIGHT
Ted Kotcheff | 1971 | Australia/US | 114min
1:00, 3:10, 5:20, 9:15

 

THE FRESHMAN
Fred C. Newmeyer & Sam Taylor | 1925 | US | 76min
YOUNG MR. JAZZ
Hal Roach | 1919 | US
*Piano accompaniment by Steve Sterner
“Harold Lloyd”
7:30

 

___Film Society of Lincoln Center___
The 50th New York Film Festival
See official schedule for details

 

___Huckleberry Bar___
POLTERGEIST
Tobe Hooper | 1982 | US | 114min
“October is for Horror”
9:00

 

___Jacob Burns Film Center___
ROBOTS
Chris Wedge | 2005 | US | 91min
“Movies for Kids”
12:00

 

New Chinese Animation
Various shorts | 2005-2010 | China | 96min
“Hidden China”
7:30

 

SEVEN PSYCHOPATHS
Martin McDonagh | 2012 | US/UK | 109min
*Q&A w/ McDonagh & NY Times critic Janet Maslin
7:30

 

___Light Industry___
THE FALL OF THE ROMANOV DYNASTY
Esfir Shub | 1927 | US | 101min
*Intro by Hito Steyerl
7:30

 

___Museum of Modern Art___
AVÉ
Konstantin Bojanov | 2011 | Bulgaria | 86min
1:30

 

DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER
Guy Hamilton | 1971 | UK | 120min
“50 Years of James Bond”
2:00

 

LIVE AND LET DIE
Guy Hamilton | 1973 | UK | 121min
“50 Years of James Bond”
8:00

 

___Museum of the Moving Image___
HERE COMES THE BOOM
Frank Coraci | 2012 | US | 80min
“Fist and Sword”
2:00

 

___Nitehawk Cinema___
DOSA HUNT
Amrit Singh | 2012 | US | 22min
*Q&A w/ filmmakers; free dosa & samosa; Kingfisher Beer afterparty
1:30

 

___The Picture House___
MARRIAGE ITALIAN STYLE
Vittorio De Sica | 1964 | Italy | 102min
3:30

 

___reRun Gastropub Theater___
IN MONTAUK
Kim Cummings | 2012 | US
6:45, 9:30

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