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Saturday September 10th: Editor’s Pick

5:00 at Museum of Modern Art [Program & Tix]

ROSEMARY’S BABY

Polanski | 1968 | US | 136m
“Roman Polanski”

5:00 at MoMA

“One of the few horror movies that is so compelling in its minutiae, so perfectly structured, or sculpted, rather, and such a completely realized portrait of recognizable humans caught up in a bizarre situation, that by the time its characters’ idiosyncrasies have been revealed as indicative of something far more sinister, we’re already emotionally invested enough that we dread rather than crave shocks.”
Robbie Freeling, Reverse Shot [Read More]

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___Anthology Film Archives___

Joseph Cornell Shorts, Program 1

Joseph Cornell | 1939-57 | US | 105min

4:00

 

BABOOSKA

Tizza Covi & Rainer Frimmel | 2005 | Italy | 100min

6:30

 

THE INHERITORS

Eugenio Polgovsky | 2008 | Mexico | 90min

5:15, 7:15, 9:15

 

___BAMcinematek___

RED DESERT

Michelangelo Antonioni | 1964 | Italy | 120min

2:00, 4:30, 6:50, 9:15

 

___Film Forum____

SERPICO

Sidney Lumet | 1973 | US | 130min

“NYPD Festival”

*intro by James Lardner, co-author of NYPD: A City and Its Police

1:00, 3:40, 6:20*, 9:00

 

BAND OF OUTSIDERS

Jean-Luc Godard | 1964 | US | 95min

1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:30

 

___Film Society of Lincoln Center___

THE VISUAL MEMORY OF SEPTEMBER 11

Gedeon Naudet, Jules Naudet, and James Hanlon | 2002 | US | 129min

“Remembering September 11”

*Followed by panel discussion

*Free tickets; first-come, first-serve

12:00

 

ERRATUM

Marek Lechki | 2010 | Poland | 89min

“Transitions: Recent Polish Cinema”

3:00

 

Shorts Program

Various | 2009-2011 | Poland | 91min

“Transitions: Recent Polish Cinema”

5:00

 

MALL GIRLS

Katarzyna Roslaniec | 2009 | Poland | 70min

“Transitions: Recent Polish Cinema”

7:10

 

ALL THAT I LOVE

Jacek Borcuch | 2009 | Poland | 95min

“Transitions: Recent Polish Cinema”

9:10

 

___IFC Center___

SANJURO

Akira Kurosawa | 1962 | Japan | 96min

“Kurosawa”

11:00am

 

FIGHT CLUB
David Fincher | 1999 | US | 139min
“Late-Night Favorites”
Midnight

 

STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN
Nicholas Meyer | 1982 | US | 133min
“Not-So-Sloppy Seconds: Sequels That Don’t Suck”
Midnight

 

___Museum of Arts & Design___
X, Y, AND ZEE
Brian G. Hutton | 1972 | UK | 110min
“Fashion in Film”
3:00

 

HEARTS AND CRAFTS
Frédéric Laffont & Isabelle Dupuy-Chavanat | 2011 | France | 46min
“Fashion in Film”
5:00

 

THE UMBRELLAS OF CHERBOURG
Jacques Demy | 1964 | France | 91min
“Fashion in Film”
*Followed by Cocktails
7:00

 

THE EYES OF LAURA MARS
Irvin Kershner | 1978 | US | 104min
“Fashion in Film”
9:00

 

___Museum of Modern Art___
THE FEARLESS VAMPIRE KILLERS
Roman Polanski | 1967 | UK | 107min
“Roman Polanski”
2:00

 

HI-SO

Aditya Assarat | 2010 | Thailand | 102min

“ContemporAsian”

4:00

 

ROSEMARY’S BABY

Roman Polanski | 1968 | US | 136min
“Roman Polanski”

5:00

 

MACBETH

Roman Polanski | 1971 | UK | 140min

“Roman Polanski”

8:00

 

___Museum of the Moving Image___

MUPPETS FROM SPACE

Tim Hill | 1999 | US | 87min

“Henson Screenings & Special Programs”

1:00

 

MALA NOCHE

Gus Van Sant | 1985 | US | 78min

“Gus Van Sant”

4:00

 

DRUGSTORE COWBOY

Gus Van Sant | 1989 | US | 100min

“Gus Van Sant”
7:00

 

___Spectacle Theater___

DISTANT THUNDER

Satyajit Ray | 1973 | India | 101min

“Lost Satyajit Ray”

5:00

 

EROS PLUS MASSACRE

Yoshishige Yoshida | 1969 | Japan | 202min

“Art Theater Guild”

8:00

 

___Sunshine at Midnight___

SPEED

Jan de Bont | 1994 | US | 116min

Midnight

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