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Tuesday November 15th: Editor’s Pick

7:00* at BAMcinématek [Program & Tix]

JUNGLE FEVER
Lee | 1991 | US | 132m
*Panel discussion
“Brooklyn Historical Society Presents: 20 Years Later”
7:00*

“Magnificent. Jungle Fever remains Lee’s most devastating film. He achieves something rare in American cinema, which is an illustration of the degree to which people are products of their environment, a far cry from the bogus individualism of so much American cinema. It’s one of the few sweepingly rhetorical moments in modern cinema that earns its weight and selfimportance because it’s the culmination of a whole battery of anxieties, horrors, disappointments, and subterfuges that have all been laid out by Lee with his typical block-by-block, hard plastic clarity.”
Kent Jones, Film Comment (Jan/Feb 1997) [Read More]

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___Anthology Film Archives___

Performa: Stand-up, Sit Down, and Visual Art Comedy Today

Various

7:00

 

___BAMcinématek___

Brooklyn Historical Society: Jungle Fever 20 Years Later

JUNGLE FEVER

Spike Lee | 1991 | US | 132min

*Panel discussion on the history of mixed heritage relationships with historians, authors, and filmmakers

7:00

 

___Film Forum___

RIVERS OF SAND

Robert Gardner | 1974 | US | 83min

*Dbl Ftr w/ DEEP HEARTS

“Robert Gardner: Artist/Ethnographer”

1:00, 3:55, 6:50, 9:45

 

DEEP HEARTS

Robert Gardner | 1981 | US

*Dbl Ftr w/ RIVERS OF SAND

“Robert Gardner: Artist/Ethnographer”
2:45, 5:40, 8:35

 

___Film Society of Lincoln Center___
TWO WEEKS WITH LOVE

Roy Rowland | 1950 | US | 90min

“Turner Classic Movies Presents an Evening with Jane Powell”

6:30

 

2 OR 3 THINGS I KNOW ABOUT HER
Jean-Luc Godard | 1967 | France | 87min

“50 Years of the New York Film Festival”

8:45

 

___French Institute___

DADDY GOES PTARMIGAN HUNTING

Robert Morin | 2008 | Canada | 90min

“CinémaTuesdays: New Cinéma Québecois”

12:30, 4:00

 

YULE CROAK

Robert Morin | 2005 | Canada | 91min

“CinémaTuesdays: New Cinéma Québecois”

7:30

 

___IFC Center___

GIVE UP TOMORROW

Michael Collins | 2011 | US | 90min

“Stranger than Fiction”

8:00

 

___Museum of the Moving Image___

SLEEPING BEAUTY

Julia Leigh | 2011 | Australia | 104min

*Leigh in person

“After Hours”

7:00

 

___Ottendorfer Library___

EVANGELINE

Edwin Carewe | 1929 | US | 90min

1:00

 

___reRun Gastropub Theater___

BARBERSHOP PUNK

Georgia Archer & Kristen Armfield | 2011 | US | 83min

10:00

 

___Symphony Space___

Fall Sneak Preview 5: Thalia Film Club with host Marshall Fine

Various

7:00

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