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Tuesday May 1st: Editor’s Pick

6:15 at Film Society of Lincoln Center [Program & Tix]

JU DOU
Yimou | 1990 | China/Japan | 95m
“50 Years of the NYFF”
6:15 at FSLC

“As highly structured as Ju Dou is there’s a constant flux – no relationship remains constant. Indeed, the movie spins into Oedipal warp-drive. The absence of overt historical references make it unusually introspective for a Chinese film. The movie is timeless without seeming abstract. This starkly gorgeous drama is a movie of almost ideogrammatic precision. The power of the image is such that it works on your imagination like a silent movie – it’s as if a ’40s Hollywood noir as been stripped-down and repurified by Thomas Ince or D.W. Griffith.” – J. Hoberman, The Village Voice [Read More]

Complete Listings

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___Anthology Film Archives___
ANIMALS OF ART
Peter Sempel | 2011 | US | 94min
“3 by Peter Sempel”
7:00

 

FLAMENCO MI VIDA – KNIVES OF THE WIND
Peter Sempel | 2007 | US | 96min
“3 by Peter Sempel”
9:15

 

___BAMcinématek___
LANCELOT OF THE LAKE
Robert Bresson | 1974 | France | 75min
“Bresson”
6:50, 9:15

 

___Film Forum___
BONJOUR TRISTESSE
Otto Preminger | 1958 | US | 94min
1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:30

 

___Film Society of Lincoln Center___
DRY SUMMER
Susuz Yaz | 1963 | Turkey | 81min
“The Space Between: A Panorama of Cinema in Turkey”
2:15

 

HOPE
Yilmaz Guney | 1970 | Turkey | 100min
“The Space Between: A Panorama of Cinema in Turkey”
4:00

 

JU DOU
Zhang Yimou | 1990 | China/Japan | 95min
“50 Years of the New York Film Festival”
6:15

 

THE LAW OF THE BORDER
Lutfi O. Akad | 1966 | Turkey | 71min
“The Space Between: A Panorama of Cinema in Turkey”
8:15
 
___French Institute Alliance Française___
LE COMBAT DANS L’ILE
Alain Cavalier | 1962 | France | 104min
“Romy Schneider: Empress of the Screen”
12:30, 4:00, 7:30

___IFC Center___
F FOR FAKE
Orson Welles | 1975 | US | 87min
“Stranger Than Fiction”
8:00

 

___Jacob Burns Film Center___
DOLPHIN BOY
Dani Mekin, Yonatan Nir | 2011 | Israel | 72min
“Westchester Jewish Film Festival 2012”
2:30

 

KAFKA’S LAST STORY
Sagi Bornstein | 2011 | Israel | 53min
*Q&A w/ Prog. Dir. Brian Ackerman & Glenn Horowitz
“Westchester Jewish Film Festival 2012”
5:00

 

GOD BLESS AMERICA
Bobcat Goldthwait | 2011 | US | 99min
*Q&A w/ Goldthwait, actor Joel Murray & Janet Maslin
“Fridays After Dark”
7:45

 

___reRun Gastropub Theater___
A MAN LIKE EVA
Radu Gabrea | 1984 | US | 87min
“Beneath the Valley of the VHS”
7:00

 

TERROR 2000
Christoph Schlingensief | 1994 | Germany | 79min
“Beneath the Valley of the VHS”
10:00

 

___Tribeca Cinemas___
THE SERVANT
Dae-woo Kim | 2010 | S. Korea | 124min
*Free
“Korean Movie Night: Epic Romance”
7:00

 

___The Ziegfeld___
Led Zepplin: THE SONG REMAINS THE SAME
Peter Clifton & Joe Massot | 1976 | UK/US | 137min
“Rockfest 2012″
5:30

 

THE LAST WALTZ
Martin Scorsese | 1984 | US | 88min
“Rockfest 2012″
8:00

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