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Saturday August 27th: Editor’s Pick

Midnight at IFC Center [Program & Tix]

 

SHOWGIRLS
Verhoeven | 1995 | US | 128m
“Late Night Favorites”
Midnight at IFC Center

“Verhoeven is our Frank Tashlin, fronting a mirror on the fin de siècle plastic fantastic by means of hyperreal mise en scène coupled to a luxuriously tawdry imagination. Click the slow-motion button, witness fearless Elizabeth Berkley emerge from her plastic volcano backlit in sparks, clutching her tits & raging at the machine. Tell me that’s not magnificent in ways that have (almost) nothing to do with camp.”
Nathan Lee, Film Comment (March/April 2007) [Read More]

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___Anthology Film Archives____
THE BLOOD OF A POET

Jean Cocteau | 1930 | France | 53min

“Essential Cinema”

5:00

 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

Jean Cocteau | 1946 | France | 93min

“Essential Cinema”

6:30

 
ORPHEUS

Jean Cocteau | 1950 | France | 95min

“Essential Cinema”

8:30

 

___BAMcinématek___
LET THE RIGHT ONE IN
Tomas Alfredson | 2009 | Sweden | 115min
“10 Years of Magnolia Pictures”
4:30, 9:30

 

THE HOST
Bong Joon-Ho | 2006 | South Korea | 119min
“10 Years of Magnolia Pictures”
2:00, 7:00

 

___Film Forum___
HOUSE OF BAMBOO
Samuel Fuller | 1955 | US | 102min
“Robert Ryan”
1:00, 3:10, 5:20, 7:30, 9:40

 

___Film Society of Lincoln Center___
A NIGHT AT THE OPERA
Sam Wood | 1935 | US | 96min
“Cinematic Passages: Ocean Liners on Screen”
10:30

 

ROYAL WEDDING
Stanley Donen | 1951 | US | 93min
“Cinematic Passages: Ocean Liners on Screen”
12:30

 

A NIGHT TO REMEMBER
Roy Ward Baker | 1958 | US | 123min
“Cinematic Passages: Ocean Liners on Screen”
2:30

 

THE LADY EVE
Preston Sturges | 1941 | US | 94min
“Cinematic Passages: Ocean Liners on Screen”
5:00

 

TITANIC
James Cameron | 1997 | US | 194min
“Cinematic Passages: Ocean Liners on Screen”
8:00

 

___IFC Center___
THRONE OF BLOOD
Akira Kurosawa | 1957 | Japan | 109min
“Kurosawa”
11:00am

 

THE RACE
Andre F. Nebe | 2009 | Ireland | 90min
“New York International Children’s Film Festival”
11:00am

 

THE LOST WORLD: JURASSIC PARK
Steven Spielberg | 1997 | US | 134min
“Not-So-Sloppy Seconds: Sequels that Don’t Suck”
Midnight

___IFC Center (cnt’d)___
SHOWGIRLS
Paul Verhoeven | 1995 | US | 128min
“Late Night Favorites”
Midnight

 

___Museum of Modern Art___
RATATOUILLE
Brad Bird | 2007 | US | 110min
“Carte Blanche: Dieter Kosslick, the Culinary Cinéaste”
1:30

 

FOOD, INC.
Robert Kenner | 2008 | US | 94min
“Carte Blanche: Dieter Kosslick, the Culinary Cinéaste”
4:00

 

HARVEST
Marcel Pagnol | 1936 | France | 127min
“Carte Blanche: Dieter Kosslick, the Culinary Cinéaste”
7:30

 

___Museum of the Moving Image___
MUPPET TREASURE ISLAND
Brian Henson | 1996 | US | 99min
“Henson Screenings & Special Programs”
1:00

 

LOVE CRIME
Alain Corneau | 2010 | France | 106min
*Members-Only Preview Screening
1:30

 

SOME CAME RUNNING
Vincente Minnelli | 1959 | US | 136min
“The Films of Frank Sinatra”
4:00

 

THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE
John Frankenheimer | 1962 | US | 126min
“The Films of Frank Sinatra”
7:00

 

___Spectacle Theater____
THE TRAVELLING PLAYERS
Theo Angelopoulos | 1975 | Greece | 230min
“Rare Theo Angelopoulos”
5:00

 

METEORANGO KID, INTERGALACTIC HERO
André Luiz Oliveira | 1969 | Brazil | 85min
“Brazilian Cinema Novo: Cannibalism, Tropicalia, and The Underground”
7:30

 

___Sunshine at Midnight___
FIGHT CLUB
David Fincher | 1999 | US | 139min
Midnight

 

___Symphony Space___
THE CIRCUS
Charlie Chaplin | 1928 | US | 72min
“Chaplin”
2:45

 

STRAY DOG
Akira Kurosawa | 1950 | Japan | 122min
“Kurosawa”
5:00

 

SOME KIND OF WONDERFUL
Howard Deutch | 1987 | US | 95min
“Films of John Hughes”
8:00

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