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Thursday February 16th: Editor’s Pick

7:00*, 9:30 at Chelsea Clearview [Program & Tix]

MILDRED PIERCE

Curtiz | 1945 | US | 111m

*Hosted by Hedda Lettuce

“Chelsea Classics”

7:00*, 9:30 at Theater

“Joan Crawford was brilliant at being over-emotional, desperate, and her own wrong-headed drama queen. She was ideally suited to the pitch of James M. Cain’s melodrama and to the unequivocal intention to make a knock-down, drag-out women’s picture in which Mildred and Veda shatter every Hollywood cliché about natural and requited mother-love. By contrast, Kate Winslet [in the new Todd Haynes adaptation] is too placid, not fierce enough. She eats pies, where Crawford fed on raw flesh.”
David Thomson, The New Republic [Read More]

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___92YTribeca___

THE WAR ROOM

Chris Hegedus & D.A. Pennebaker | 1993 | US | 96min

“Story Leads to Action”

7:00

 

___96th Street Library___

THE GIRL OF THE GOLDEN WEST

Robert Z. Leonard | 1938 | US | 121min

“The Films of Jeanette Macdonald & Nelson Eddy”

2:00

 

___Anthology Film Archives___

THE FORGOTTEN SPACE

Allan Sekula & Noël Burch | 2010 | Netherlands | 112min

6:45, 9:15

 

___Chelsea Clearview___

MILDRED PIERCE

Michael Curtiz | 1945 | US | 111min

*Hosted by Hedda Lettuce

“Chelsea Classics”

7:00*, 9:30

 

___Film Forum___

NIGHT NURSE

William A. Wellman | 1931 | US | 72min

*Trpl Ftr w/ THE PURCHASE PRICE & THE MAN I LOVE

“Wellman”

1:00, 5:15, 9:30

 

THE PURCHASE PRICE

William A. Wellman | 1932 | US | 68min

*Trpl Ftr w/ NIGHT NURSE & THE MAN I LOVE

“Wellman”

2:25, 6:40, 10:50

 

THE MAN I LOVE

William A. Wellman | 1929 | US | 70min

*Trpl Ftr w/ NIGHT NURSE & THE PURCHASE PRICE

“Wellman”

3:45, 8:00

 

___Film Society of Lincoln Center___

THE EXTRAORDINARY VOYAGE

Serge Bromberg & Eric Lange | 2011 | France

A TRIP TO THE MOON

George Méliès | 1902 | France | 14min

12:00, 2:00

 

BETTER MUS’ COME

Storm Saulter | 2010 | Jamaica | 98min

*Preceded by live music by Taj Weekes; followed by talkback w/ director & reception

7:00

___Maysles Cinema___

TALKING LANDSCAPE: EARLY MEDIA WORK, 1974-1984

Andrea Callard | 2012 | US | 80min

*Q&A w/ Callard

“Documentary in Bloom”

7:30

 

___Muhlenberg Library___

CHARIOTS OF FIRE

Hugh Hudson | 1981 | UK | 124min

“Academy Award Winners”

2:00

 

___Museum of Modern Art___

THE STORY OF FILM: AN ODYSSEY, PART 15

Mark Cousins | 2011 | UK | 60min

“The Story of Film: An Odyssey”

1:00

 

THE TINIEST PLACE

Tatiana Huezo Sanchez | 2011 | Mexico | 104min

*Discussion w/ director

“Documentary Fortnight 2012”

4:30

 

UNITED IN ANGER: A HISTORY OF ACT UP

Jim Hubbard | 2012 | US | 93min

GRAVITY HILL NEWSREELS NOS. 2 AND 3

Jem Cohen | 2011 | US | 9min

*Discussion w/ directors & members of ACT UP

“Documentary Fortnight 2012”

8:00

 

___New Amsterdam Library___

VALENTINE’S DAY

Garry Marshall | 2010 | US | 125min

2:00

 

___Port Richmond Library___

THE COLOR PURPLE

Steven Spielberg | 1985 | US | 155min

4:00

 

___reRun Gastropub Theater___

THE DISH AND THE SPOON

Alison Bagnall | 2011 | US | 90min

10:00

 

___Spectacle Theater___

DEADLOCK

Roland Klick | 1970 | W. Germany | 88min

“The Films of Roland Klick”

7:30

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