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Tuesday October 18th: Editor’s Pick

12:30, 4:00, 7:30 at the French Alliance [Program & Tix]

HOME
Meier | 2008 | Swi/Fra/Bel | 97m
“The Work of Agnès Godard”
12:30, 4:00, 7:30 at FIAF
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“Meier is now officially one of world cinema’s best-kept secrets. I was in no way prepared me for the bughouse absurdism of Home. She finds in this apparent one-joke idea an inexhaustible source of comic invention—the blasé insanity here sometimes rivals Charlie Kaufman at his best. Meier directs the hell out of this one, mining what’s essentially a single location for one perfectly composed shot after another. Nutty, inspired and cutting…but also utterly abstract.”
Mike D’Angelo, Listen Eggroll [Read More]

Complete Listings

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___BAMcinématek___
THE STORY OF THREE LOVES
V. Minnelli & Gottfried Reinhardt | 1953 | US | 122min
“The Complete Vincente Minnelli”
4:30, 7:00, 9:30

 

___Bohemian National Hall___
BEAR ISLANDS
Martin Ryšavý | Czech Republic | 60min
*Q&A with Ryšavý
7:00

 

___Film Forum___
WEEKEND
Jean-Luc Godard | 1967 | France | 105min
1:00, 3:15, 5:30, 7:45, 10:00

 

___Film Society of Lincoln Center___
ETERNAL MOMENT
Zhang Yibai | 2011 | China | 103min
“Eastern Promise: Popular Cinema from China”
4:00

 

THE PIANO IN A FACTORY
Zhang Meng | 2010 | China | 119min
“Eastern Promise: Popular Cinema from China”
6:15

 

FLOWER
Xierzhao Yahofu | 2011 | China | 95min
“Eastern Promise: Popular Cinema from China”
8:40

 

___French Institute___
HOME
Ursula Meier | 2008 | Swi/Fra/Bel | 97min
“The Beau Travail of Agnès Godard”
12:30, 4:00, 7:30

___JCC in Manhattan___
THIS IS SODOM
Adam Sanderson and Muli Segev | 2010 | Israel | 88min
7:30

 

___Maysles Cinema___
ZERO TOLERANCE
Dieudo Hamadi | 2010 | Congo/S. Africa | 18min
CONGO: A COMMON CAUSE
Shana Mongwana | 2011 | UK | 15min
WOMEN BEYOND WAR: A WORLD MARCH IN AFRICA
Cultures of Resistance | 2010 | US | 5min
*Films preceded by theatrical performance and followed by panel discussion
“Congo in Harlem 3”
7:30

 

___NYPL for the Performing Arts___
THE BODY SNATCHER
Robert Wise | 1945 | US | 77min
“Karloff, the Monster (and the Gentleman)”
2:30

 

___Ottendorfer Library___
DR. JEKYLL & MR. HYDE
John S. Robertson | 1920 | US | 79min
“Oh the Horror!”
1:00

 

___Spectacle Theater___
GOODBYE, AMERICA
Sergio Oksman | 2006 | Spain | 72min
7:30

 

LA OTRA
Roberto Gavaldón | 1946 | Mexico | 98min
“Spectober”
*Newly subtitled by Spectacle
9:30

 

___Symphony Space___
Fall Sneak Preview 3: Thalia Film Club with host Marshall Fine
Various
7:00

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