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Thursday September 6th: Editor’s Pick

7:00 at BAMcinématek [Program & Tix]

KEEP THE LIGHTS ON
Sachs | 2012 | US | 101m
*Q&A w/ Sachs
7:00 at BAM

“Sachs hits notes we’ve rarely heard in gay cinema, in which the hedonist bleeds into the humanist, the ephemeral into the enduring. An anonymous phone hookup leads a Danish documentary filmmaker, Erik (Thure Lindhardt), into the arms of a semi-closeted lawyer, Paul (Zachary Booth) — and into a decade of treasured intimacy and agonizing addiction. Subtly, elliptically, via portraits of the couple’s friends, pickups, and Erik’s project on pioneer gay artist Avery Willard, Sachs depicts a once-transient culture stumbling toward a design for rooted living”
David Edelstein, New York Magazine

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___Anthology Film Archives___
COPS AND ROBBERS
Aram Avakian | 1973 | US | 89min
“From the Pen of… Donald Westlake”
7:00

 

Jordan / Levitt / Maas
Various shorts | 1943-68 | 105min
7:30

 

THE STEPFATHER
Joseph Ruben | 1987 | US | 89min
“From the Pen of… Donald Westlake”
9:00

 

___BAMcinématek___
KEEP THE LIGHTS ON
Ira Sachs | 2012 | US | 101min
*Q&A w/ Sachs
7:00

 

___Chelsea Cinema___
CAN’T STOP THE MUSIC
Nancy Walker | 1980 | US | 124min
*Q&A w/ Randy Jones of the Village People,
hosted by Hedda Lettuce
“Chelsea Classics”
7:00, 9:30

 

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

 

CHILDREN OF PARADISE
Marcel Carné | 1945 | France | 190min
“The French Old Wave”
1:30, 8:00

 

DOUCE
Claude Autant-Lara | 1943 | France | 104min
“The French Old Wave”
6:00

 

___IFC Center___
DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER
Guy Hamilton | 1971 | UK | 120min
“James Bond No. 1: Sean Connery’s 007”
10:30am, 3:10, 7:40

 

NEVER SAY NEVER AGAIN
Irvin Kershner | 1983 | UK/US/W. Ger | 134min
“James Bond No. 1: Sean Connery’s 007”
12:45, 10:00

 

DR. NO
Terence Young | 1962 | UK | 110min
“James Bond No. 1: Sean Connery’s 007”
5:30

___Maysles Cinema___
HUNGRY FOR CHANGE
David Sander & Carlo Ledesma | 2012 | US | 89min
*Panel discussion
“Health is Wealth”
7:30

 

___Museum of Modern Art___
LA STRADA
Federico Fellini | 1954 | Italy | 108min
“An Auteurist History of Film”
1:30

 

BABY PEGGY: THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM
Vera Iwerebor | 2010 | Neth/Den/Spa | 55min
“Baby Peggy: the Oldest Living Silent Film Star Returns”
4:00

 

___Spectacle Theater___
THEORY OF GROUPS
Chris Marker | 1991 | France | 14min
SUNDAY IN PEKING
Chris Marker | 1956 | France | 19min
DESCRIPTION OF A STRUGGLE
Chris Marker | 1960 | France | 54min
“A Tribute to Chris Marker”
7:00

 

MATTA
Chris Marker | 1985 | France | 14min
2084
Chris Marker | 1984 | France | 10min
ONE DAY IN THE LIFE OF ANDREI ARSENEVICH TARTOVSKY
Chris Marker | 2000 | France | 55min
“A Tribute to Chris Marker”
9:00

 

THE TRAIN ROLLS ON
Chris Marker | 1971 | France | 32min
IF I HAD FOUR CAMELS
Chris Marker | 1966 | France | 49min
“A Tribute to Chris Marker”
11:00

 

LEVEL FIVE
Chris Marker | 1997 | France | 104min
“A Tribute to Chris Marker”
1:00am

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