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Sunday February 5th: Editor’s Pick

2:00 at Film Society of Lincoln Center [Program & Tix]

SATANTANGO

Tarr | 1994 | Hungary | 450m

“The Last Modernist: The Complete Works of Béla Tarr”

2:00 at FSLC

“With fewer shots than the average 90-minute feature, Sátántangó is a double tour de force—for the actors, as the camera circles them in lengthy continuous takes, and for Tarr, who constructs his narrative out of these morose blocks of real time. Because each cut is an event, the most banal incident can be expanded into something epic. Sátántangó has cast its spell on cineastes as varied as the late Susan Sontag and the rejuvenated Gus Van Sant. If you have a day to devote to it, the same might happen to you.”
J. Hoberman, The Village Voice [Read More]

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___Anthology Film Archives___

ELDER BLOSSON

Volker Koepp | 2007 | Germany | 89min

“Deutsche Docs: The Contemporary German Documentary”

3:30

 

BERLIN – STETTIN

Volker Koepp | 2009 | Germany | 110min

“Deutsche Docs: The Contemporary German Documentary”

5:30

 

THE FOREIGNER

Amos Poe | 1978 | US | 95min

“4 by Amos Poe”

7:00

 

MATERIAL

Thomas Heise | 1988-2009 | Germany | 164min

“Deutsche Docs: The Contemporary German Documentary”

8:00

 

NIGHT LUNCH

Amos Poe | 1975 | US | 32min

BLANK GENERATION

Amos Poe | 1976 | US | 55min

“4 by Amos Poe”

9:00

 

___Film Forum___

PRETTY POISON

Noel Black | 1968 | US | 89min

*New 35mm Print

1:00, 2:50, 4:40, 6:30, 8:20, 10:10

 

___Film Society of Lincoln Center___

THE 7TH VOYAGE OF SINBAD

Nathan Juran| 1958 | US/Spain | 88min

“Family Films”

11:00am

 

SATANTANGO

Béla Tarr | 1994 | Hungary | 450min

“The Last Modernist: The Complete Works of Béla Tarr”

2:00

 

___IFC Center___

THE SON

Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne | 2002 | Belgium/France | 104min

“Weekend Classics: The Dardenne Brothers”

11:00am

 

___Museum of Modern Art___

THE STORY OF FILM: AN ODYSSEY Parts 5-8

Mark Cousins | 2011 | UK | 420min

*30-minute intermission

“The Story of Film: An Odyssey”

1:30

 

THE TEN YEAR LUNCH: THE WIT AND LEGEND OF THE ALGONQUIN ROUND TABLE

Aviva Slesin | 1987 | US | 56min

WHY MAN CREATES

Saul Bass | 1968 | US | 29min

*Director Slesin in-person

“Oscar’s Docs, 1950-87: Creative Expression”

2:00

 

GLASS

Bert Haanstra | 1959 | The Netherlands | 8min

CHAGALL

1963 | Lauro Venturi | US | 25min

THE TITAN: STORY OF MICHELANGELO

Richard Lyford | 1950 | US | 60min

GRAVITY IS MY ENEMY

John Joseph | 1977 | US | 26min

“Oscar’s Docs, 1950-87: Creative Expression”

5:00

 

___Museum of the Moving Image___

THE MUPPET SHOW: A Little Bit of Rock and Roll

Episodes 38 and 107 | 60min

“Henson Screenings and Programs”

1:00

 

NAKED LUNCH

David Cronenberg | 1991 | Can/US | 115min

“David Cronenberg”

3:00

 

M. BUTTERFLY

David Cronenberg | 1993 | US | 101min

“David Cronenberg”

6:00

 

___Nitehawk Cinema___

THE PRINCESS BRIDE

Rob Reiner | 1987 | Sweden | 98min

12:15am

 

___Spectacle Theater___

INNI

Vincent Morriset | 2011 | Iceland | 74min

7:30

 

LES RALLIZES DENUDES

Ethan Mousiké | 1992 | France

9:30

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