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Valentine’s Day: Editor’s Pick

6:00, 8:30 at BAMcinématek [Program & Tix]

THE SHOP AROUND THE CORNER

Lubitsch | 1940 | US | 99m

*Dinner packages sold out

“Valentine’s Day Dinner & Movie”
6:00, 8:30 at BAM

“The consummate movie about courtship.” – The New Yorker
 
“Close to perfection–one of the most beautifully acted and paced romantic comedies ever made in this country.” – Pauline Kael
 
“Probably the warmest, most human romantic comedy ever made. This bittersweet comedy of vintage genius becomes more precious as the years pass, like the finest wine.”
Peter Bogdanovich    [Read More]

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___Anthology Film Archives___

Newfilmmakers Celebrates Valentines Day

Short Program | Various Filmmakers | 57min
6:00
Short Program #2 | Various Filmmakers | 58min
7:15
6 MONTH RULE
Blayne Weaver | 2010 | US | 100min
8:30
THE THREE WAY
Julian Renner | 2011 | US | 90min
10:30

 

___BAMcinematek___

THE SHOP AROUND THE CORNER

Ernst Lubitsch | 1940 | US | 99min

*Dinner available before screening

“Valentine’s Day Dinner and a Movie”

6:00, 8:30*

 

___Bohemian National Hall___

LOVES OF A BLONDE

Milos Forman | 1965 | Czech | 90min

7:00

 

___Film Forum___

A STAR IS BORN

William A. Wellman | 1937 | US | 111min

*Dbl Ftr w/ NOTHING SACRED

“Wellman”

1:00, 4:35, 8:10

 

NOTHING SACRED

William A. Wellman | 1937 | US | 77min

*Dbl Ftr w/ A STAR IS BORN

“Wellman”

3:05, 6:40, 10:15

 

___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, 4:00, 6:00, 8:00

 

THE LAST OF SHEILA

Herbert Ross | 1973 | US | 120min

“Cinematic Goddess: The Films of Raquel Welch”

1:15

 

100 RIFLES

Tom Gries | 1969 | US | 110min

“Cinematic Goddess: The Films of Raquel Welch”

3:45

___Film Society of Lincoln Center (cont’d)___
CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF
Richard Brooks | 1958 | US | 108min
THE LONG, HOT SUMMER
Martin Ritt | 1958 | US | 115min
6:30

 
___French Institute___
…AND GOD CREATED WOMAN

Roger Vadim | 1956 | France/Italy | 95min
“Carte Blance to agnès b.”
12:30, 4:00, 7:30

 
___IFC Center___

ZELIG

Woody Allen | 1983 | US | 79min

“Stranger Than Fiction”

8:00

 

___Maysles Cinema___

TALKING LANDSCAPE: EARLY MEDIA WORK, 1974-1984

Andrea Callard | 2012 | US | 80min

“Documentary in Bloom”

7:30

 

___Nitehawk Cinema___

CITY LIGHTS

Charles Chaplin | 1931 | US | 87min

*Live score by Daryl Fleming & the Public Domain

7:30

 

___NYPL for the Performing Arts___

WAY DOWN EAST

D.W. Griffith | 1920 | US | 100min

THE HAZARDS OF HELEN

The Kalem Co. | 1915 | US | 16min

“The Birth of Promotion: The Series”

2:30

 

___reRun Gastropub Theater___

THE DISH AND THE SPOON

Alison Bagnall | 2011 | US | 90min

7:00

 

___Schomburg Center___

BY THE PEOPLE

Amy Rice & Alicia Sams | 2009 | US | 116min

“Something for the People”

6:30

 

___Symphony Space___

Winter Sneak Preview 2: Thalia Film Club w/ Host Marshall Fine

7:00

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