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Sunday July 17th: Editor’s Pick

2:00, 4:30, 7;00, 9:30 at BAMcinématek [Program & Tix]


THE MISFITS
Huston | 1961 | US | 124m
“Marilyn!”
2:00, 4:30, 7:00, 9:30 

“Over time the film has gained a special luster, particularly when Monroe died two years later without having finished another picture. Today, The Misfits is considered a minor classic, with special interest as an example of the loss of traditional values in the modern Western, as one of Huston’s trademark celebrations of a team of charismatic losers and as the last film from two of Hollywood’s greatest stars.”
Frank Miller, TCM.com [Read More]

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___Anthology Film Archives___
THE BRINK’S JOB
William Friedkin | 1978 | US | 104min
“William Lustig Presents”
4:45

 

THE TEXT OF LIGHT
Stan Brakhage | 1974 | US | 67min
5:30

 

THE SUPER COPS
Gordon Parks | 1974 | US | 90min
“William Lustig Presents”
7:00

 

Stan Brakhage
Shorts Program | Stan Brakhage | 1956-1972 | US | approx. 90min
7:15

 

COPS AND ROBBERS
Aram Avakian | 1973 | US | 89min
“William Lustig Presents”
9:00

 

___BAMcinématek___
THE MISFITS
John Huston | 1961 | US | 124min
“Marilyn!”
2:00, 4:30, 7:00, 9:30

 

___Black Duck___
A VIEW TO KILL
John Glen | 1985 | UK/US | 131min
“Classic James Bond Movies”
7:30

 

___Cafe Steinhof___
THE MAN WITH TWO BRAINS
Carl Reiner | 1983 | US | 93min
TBD

 

___Cinema Purgatorio___
DAYLIGHT
David Barker | 2010 | US
*8:00 Q&A with Barker and Jay van Hoy
6:00, 8:00

 

___Film Forum___
I’M NO ANGEL
Wesley Ruggles | 1933 | US | 87min
Double Feature with HOT SATURDAY
William Seiter | 1933 | US | 73min
“Essential Pre-Code”
1:00, 4:05, 7:10, 10:15

 

HOT SATURDAY
William Seiter | 1933 | US | 73min
Double Feature with I’M NO ANGEL
Wesley Ruggles | 1933 | US | 87min
“Essential Pre-Code”
2:40, 5:45, 8:50

 

___Film Society of Lincoln Center___
THIS IS YOUR LIFE
Episodes from TV series | Axel Gruenberg and Richard Gottlieb | 1953-1961 | US | 90min
*Q-and-A with Julie Kohner, daughter of episode subject Hanna Bloch Kohner, moderated by Aviva Weintraub, associate curator of the Jewish Museum and director of the New York Jewish Film Festival
“UCLA Festival of Preservation”
12:30

 

SLEEP, MY LOVE
Douglas Sirk | 1948 | US | 96min
“UCLA Festival of Preservation”
3:00

 

CRY DANGER
Robert Parrish | 1951 | US | 79min
“UCLA Festival of Preservation”
5:00

 

THE CHALICE OF SORROW
Rex Ingram | 1916 | US | 70min
THE FLOWER OF DOOM
Rex Ingram | 1917 | US | 70min
“UCLA Festival of Preservation”
8:00

 

___IFC Center___
DERSU UZALA
Akira Kurosawa | 1975 | Japan | 137min
“Weekend Classics”
11:00am

 

___Japan Society___
THE KNOT
Yuichi Onuma | 2011 | Japan | 91min
“Japan Cuts 2011: The New York Festival of Contemporary Japanese Cinema”
2:00

 

TORSO
Yutaka Yamazaki | 2010 | Japan | 103min
“Japan Cuts 2011: The New York Festival of Contemporary Japanese Cinema”
4:00

___Japan Society (con’t)___
STRANGERS IN THE CITY
Junji Sakamoto | 2010 | Japan | 123min
“Japan Cuts 2011: The New York Festival of Contemporary Japanese Cinema”
6:15

 

A NIGHT IN NUDE: SALVATION
Takashi Ishii | 2010 | Japan | 127min
“Japan Cuts 2011: The New York Festival of Contemporary Japanese Cinema”
9:00

 

___Mid-Manhattan Library___
SHOOT THE MESSENGER
Ngozi Onwurah | 2006 | UK | 90min
2:00

 

___Museum of Modern Art___
DIARY, LETTERS, REVOLUTIONS…
Flávia Castro | 2010 | France/Brazil | 105min
*Introduction and Q-and-A with Castro
“Premiere Brazil! 2011”
2:30

 

UTOPIA AND BARBARISM
Silvio Tendler | 2009 | Brazil | 120min
*Introduction and Q-and-A with Tendler
“Premiere Brazil! 2011”
5:00

 

SAMBA’S EVENING
Cély Leal | 2010 | Brazil | 75min
*Introduction and Q-and-A with Leal, Jorge Coutinho, and Leonides Bayer
“Premiere Brazil! 2011”
7:45

 

___Museum of the Moving Image___
THE MUPPET MOVIE
James Frawley | 1979 | UK/US | 95min
“Henson Screenings & Special Programs”
1:00

 

CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF
Richard Brooks | 1958 | US | 108min
“Paul Newman”
4:00

 

THE THIN BLUE LINE
Errol Morris | 1988 | US | 105min
“Errol Morris’s America”
5:00

 

I SAW THE DEVIL
Kim Jee-woon | 2010 | South Korea | 141min
“Korean Cinema Now”
7:00

 

___Quad Cinema___
GIRLFRIEND
Justin Lerner | 2011 | US | 94min
*Writer/Director Lerner, Star Evan Sneider, and other cast/crew in person
7:30

 

___Spectacle Theater___
STROMBOLI
Roberto Rossellini | 1950 | Italy/US | 107min
“Rare Roberto Rossellini”
3:00

 

VOYAGE TO ITALY
Roberto Rossellini | 1954 | Italy/France | 97min
“Rare Roberto Rossellini”
5:00

 

A PISTOL FOR RINGO
Duccio Tessari | 1965 | Spain/Italy | 98min
“Summer Jamz!”
7:30

 

FACE TO FACE
Sergio Sollima | 1967 | Spain/Italy | 188min
“Summer Jamz!”
9:30

 

___Symphony Space___
THE KID
Charlie Chaplin | 1921 | US | 68min
A DOG’S LIFE
Charlie Chaplin | 1918 | US | 33min
“Chaplin”
3:00

 

LIMELIGHT
Charlie Chaplin | 1952 | US | 137min
“Chaplin”
5:30

 

SEVEN SAMURAI
Akira Kurosawa | 1954 | Japan | 207min
“Kurosawa”
8:30

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