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Sunday September 9th: Editor’s Pick

3:00 at Light Industry [Program & Tix]

LA REGION CENTRALE
Snow | 1971 | Canada | 190m
*Intro by Chantal Akerman
3:00 at Light Industry

“Lensed by a specially designed rotating camera mount pre-programmed to move with stunning variety, the film begins as a slow, soothing meditation on the otherworldly textures of the Canadian wilderness, but gradually morphs into a dizzying, terrifying freakout, a relentlessly spinning gaze that pummels the equilibrium of the human eye. The film pushes the boundaries not only of human sight but of the physical earth, destroying gravity and transforming a lifeless vista into a cosmic force of light and energy.”
Kevin B. Lee, Shooting Down Pictures

Complete Listings

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___Anthology Film Archives___
Jerome Hill Shorts
1934-1979 | US | 90min
4:00

 

WALK ON THE WILD SIDE
Edward Dmytryk | 1962 | US | 114min
“From the Pen of John Fante”
4:15

 

“Here’s Looking at You” Shorts Program
1964-2005 | US | 80min
“Breaking Ground: 60 Years of Austrian Experimental Cinema”
6:00

 

THE PANIC IN NEEDLE PARK
Jerry Schatzberg | 1971 | US | 110min
“From the Pen of John Fante”
6:45

 

“Passing Time” Shorts Program
1968-2007 | Austria | 95min
“Breaking Ground: 60 Years of Austrian Experimental Cinema”
8:15

 

PLAY IT AS IT LAYS
Frank Perry | 1972 | US | 99min
“From the Pen of Joan Didion”
9:00

 

___BAMcinématek___
MANHATTAN
Woody Allen | 1979 | US | 99min
“American Gagsters: Great Comedy Teams”
2:00, 6:50

 

LOVE AND DEATH
Woody Allen | 1975 | US | 85min
“American Gagsters: Great Comedy Teams”
4:30, 9:15

 

___Film Forum___
CITIZEN KANE
Orson Welles | 1941 | US | 119min
1:00, 3:30, 7:00, 9:20

 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
Jean Cocteau | 1946 | France | 93min
“The French Old Wave”
*Dbl ftr w/ ORPHÉE
1:00, 4:40, 8:20

 

ORPHÉE
Jean Cocteau | 1950  | France | 95min
“The French Old Wave”
*Dbl ftr w/ BEAUTY & THE BEAST
2:50, 6:30, 10:10

 

___Film Society of Lincoln Center___
THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN
Richard Thorpe | 1939 | US | 91min
“Family Films”
2:00

 

SHADOWS OF FORGOTTEN ANCESTORS
Serghii Paradzhanov | 1965 | USSR | 97min
“Capturing the Marvelous: Ukranian Poetic Cinema”
2:15

___Film Society of Lincoln Center (cont’d)___
EARTH
Oleksander Dovzhenko | 1930 | USSR | 75min
“Capturing the Marvelous: Ukranian Poetic Cinema”
*Live piano by Makia Matsumura
4:30

 

THE STONE CROSS
Leonid Osyka | 1968 | USSR | 76min
“Capturing the Marvelous: Ukranian Poetic Cinema”
6:15

 

THE HORSE THAT CRIED
Mark Donskoi | 1957 | USSR | 98min
“Capturing the Marvelous: Ukranian Poetic Cinema”
8:30

 

WHITE BIRD WITH A BLACK MARK
Yuri Illienko | 1971 | USSR | 100min
“Capturing the Marvelous: Ukranian Poetic Cinema”
8:30

 

___IFC Center___
REBECCA
Alfred Hitchcock | 1940 | US | 130min
“Hitchcock, Part II”
11:00am

 

___Light Industry___
LA REGION CENTRALE
Michael Snow | 1971 | Canada | 190min
*Intro by Chantal Akerman
3:00

 

___Museum of Modern Art___
BABY PEGGY: THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM
Vera Iwerebor | 2010 | Neth/Den/Spa | 55min
“Baby Peggy: the Oldest Living Silent Film Star Returns”
2:00

 

___Museum of the Moving Image___
BEN-HUR
William Wyler | 1959 | US | 212min
“See It Big!”
2:00

 

THE LAST PICTURE SHOW
Peter Bogdanovich | 1971 | US | 126min
“See It Big!”
7:00

 

___Nitehawk Cinema___
BACK TO SCHOOL
Allan Metter | 1986 | US | 96min.
12:15

 

___Spectacle Theater___
THE CITY AND THE DOGS
Francisco J. Lombardi | 1985 | Peru | 135min
“Teenage Rampage”
7:00

 

IN DANGER AND DEEP DISTRESS, THE MIDDLEWAY SPELLS CERTAIN DEATH
Alexander Kluge | 1974 | W. Germany | 90min
“Alexander Kluge: Fascism Persists”
10:00

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