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Tuesday April 17th: Editor’s Pick

8:00 at Nitehawk Cinema [Program & Tix]

SEVEN CHANCES
Keaton | 1925 | US | 56m
*Live score by Hayes Greenfield, Todd Turkisher & Paul Socolow
8:00 at Nitehawk

“One of Keaton’s most darkly satiric and epically innovative films. The whole movie reflects a state of excruciatingly painful total war between men and women, and yet Seven Chances is oddly exhilarating in keeping with the informing credo of one of the screen’s great romantic optimists. The second half, alternating between Keaton’s heroic steeplechase through cascading boulders toward true romance and his nightmarish flight from hundreds of would-be brides, adds touches of pure genius. With awesomely instinctive metaphors, it builds explosively into a one-of-a-kind misogynous fantasy. At once both Keaton’s most deeply reflective film and his most frenzied.”
Andrew Sarris & Tom Allen, The Village Voice [Read More]

Complete Listings

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___BAMCinématek___
DIARY OF A COUNTRY PRIEST
Robert Bresson | 1951 | France | 115min
“Bresson”
6:50, 9:15

 

___Film Forum___
THE GRADUATE
Mike Nichols | 1967 | US | 106min
1:00, 3:10, 5:20, 7:30, 9:40

 

___Film Society of Lincoln Center___
SDEROT, LAST EXIT
Osvalde Lewat | 2011 | Cameroon/Israel | 80min
FAREWELL, EXILE
Lamia Alami | 2011 | Morocco | 15min
UP YOUR BLACK ARSE
Aurélien Bodineaux | 2011 | Belgium/DRC | 12min
*Sderot film school co-founder Avner Raingulernt in person
“19th New York African Film Festival”
6:00

 

Program 2: Epidemics in Our Lives
Various shorts | 1988 – 1997 | US | 79min
“Through Our Eyes: 3 Decades of NYC Youth Documentaries”
6:15

 

OUTSIDE THE LAW
Rachid Bouchareb | 2010 | Algeria/France | 138min
*Bouchareb in person
“19th New York African Film Festival”
8:30

 

___French Institute___
UNE BELLE FILLE COMME MOI
François Truffaut | 1972 | France | 98min
LES MISTONS
François Truffaut | 1957 | France | 23min
*Q&A w/ Bernadette Lafont
“Bernadette Lafont: Une belle fille comme elle!”
12:30, 4:00, 7:00*

___Jacob Burns Film Center___
REUNITING THE RUBINS
Yaov Factor | 2012 | US | 97min
“Westchester Jewish Film Festival”
2:30

 

NICKY’S FAMILY
Matej Minac | 2011 | Isr/UK/Cze/US/Slo | 96min
“Westchester Jewish Film Festival”
5:00

 

PAUL GOODMAN CHANGED MY LIFE
Jonathan Lee | 2011 | US | 89min
*Q&A w/ Lee & Janet Maslin
“Westchester Jewish Film Festival”
7:30

 

___Maysles Cinema___
OKI’S MOVIE
Hong Sang-soo | 2010 | S. Korea | 80min
“Documentary in Bloom”
7:30

 

___The New School Kellen Auditorium___
NIGHT OF THE HUNTER
Charles Laughton | 1955 | US | 93min
*Intro by author Jeff Couchman
“Criterion Collection Screening Series”
8:00

 

___New York Society for Ethical Culture___
KINYARWANDA
Alrick Brown | 2011 | US/France | 100min
7:00

 

___Nitehawk Cinema___
SEVEN CHANCES
Buster Keaton | 1925 | US | 56min
*Live score by Hayes Greenfield, Todd Turkisher & Paul Socolow
8:00

 

___reRun Gastropub Theater___
KIDS OF TODAY
Jérôme de Missolz | 2011 | France | 97min
7:00

 

___Seward Park Library___
SUNSET BOULEVARD
Billy Wilder | 1950 | US | 110min
10:30am

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