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Wednesday July 27th: Editor’s Pick

2:50, 6:15, 9:40 at Film Forum [Program & Tix]

WATERLOO BRIDGE

James Whale | 1931 | US | 81m

*Double Feature
w/ DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE

“Essential Pre-Code”

2:50, 6:15, 9:40 at Film Forum

“Deliciously and despondently Pre-Code, the film stars Mae Clarke as a down-and-out chorus girl moonlighting as a streetwalker who picks up a naïve soldier during an air raid. Whale and ace cinematographer Arthur Edeson (All Quiet on the Western Front) give the story a visual dynamism that belies its theatrical origins.”

Cullen Gallagher, L Magazine [Read More]

 

 

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___92YTribeca___

DARKON

Luke Meyer and Andrew Neel | 2006 | US | 93min

*Q-and-A with Meyer and Neel

“indieWIRE at 15”

7:30

 

___Alwan for the Arts___

2nd NY Arab and South Asian Short Video Slam

Shorts Program | Various Directors | 2009-2010 | approx. 110min

*Several directors will be present to introduce their films and for post-screening Q-and-A

7:00

 

___Anthology Film Archives___

Newfilmmakers Welcomes the Women’s Filmmaker Group

First Short Film Program: About Birth

Various Directors | 2010-2011 | approx. 35min

Second Short Film Program: About Death

Various Directors | 2010-2011 | approx. 65min

Special Program: The Women’s Filmmaker Group and EYE:AM presents Another Experiment by Women

Various Directors | 2010-2011 | approx. 70min

RELATED BY BIRTH

Gregg Grossman | 2011 | US | 74min

6:00

 

___BAMcinématek___

HIT SO HARD

P. David Ebersole | 2011 | US | 101min

*Q-and-A with Ebersole

“NewFest”

6:50

 

OLD CATS

Sebastián Silva and Pedro Peirano | 2010 | Chile/US | 98min

*Q-and-A with Silva and Peirano

“NewFest”

9:30

 

___Film Forum___

DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE

Rouben Mamoulian | 1932 | US | 98min

*Double Feature w/ WATERLOO BRIDGE

“Essential Pre-Code”

1:00, 4:25, 7:50

 

WATERLOO BRIDGE

James Whale | 1931 | US | 81min

*Double Feature w/ DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE

“Essential Pre-Code”

2:50, 6:15, 9:40

 

___Film Society of Lincoln Center___

LOVE FINDS ANDY HARDY

George B. Seitz | 1938 | US | 92min

“Judy Garland: All Singin’, All Dancin’, All Judy”

1:30

 

LISTEN, DARLING

Edwin L. Marin | 1938 | US | 75min

“Judy Garland: All Singin’, All Dancin’, All Judy”

3:30

 

___Gladstone Gallery___

KUSTOM KAR KOMMANDOS

Kenneth Anger | 1965 | US | 3min

PEGGY AND FRED IN HELL: THE PROLOGUE

Leslie Thornton | 1984 | US | 21min

PEGGY AND FRED IN KANSAS

Leslie Thornton | 1987 | US | 11min

FILM NO. 16: OZ, THE TIN WOODMAN’S DREAM

Harry Smith | 1967 | US | 15min

“The Unfinished Film”

3:00

 

___IFC Center___
WORLD ON A WIRE
Rainer Werner Fassbinder | 1973 | Germany | 205min
11:15, 3:30, 7:45

 

___Instituto Cervantes___

GOYA IN BORDEAUX

Carlos Saura | 1999 | Spain/Italy | 107min

“A Starry Summer”

6:30

 

___McCarren Park___
FERRIS BUELLER’S DAY OFF

John Hughes | 1986 | US | 103min

*Doors Open at 6:00

Dusk

 

___Mid-Manhattan Library___

THE FALLS

Peter Greenaway | 1980 | UK | 195min

*Hosted by Thomas Knowlton

“Sci-Fi Summer Dystopian Film Series”

7:00

 

___Museum of Modern Art___

MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS

Vincente Minnelli | 1944 | US | 113min

“An Auteurist History of Film”

1:30

 

THE END OF THE ENDLESS

Cao Guimarães, Beto Magalhães, and Lucas Bambozzi | 2001 | Brazil | 92min

“Premiere Brazil! 2011”

4:00

 

___Producer’s Club___

International Film Program

Various Directors | 106min

“The Manhattan Film Festival”

12:15

 

Comedic Short Program 2

Various Directors

“The Manhattan Film Festival”

2:30

 

TIES

Hugh Mackey | 2010 | US | 84min

“The Manhattan Film Festival”

7:00

 

FACE TO FACE

Michael Rymer | 2010 | Australia

“The Manhattan Film Festival”

9:00

 

___reRun Gastropub Theater___

FIRE IN BABYLON

Stevan Riley | 2010 | UK | 87min

7:00, 10:00

 

___River Flicks – Pier 63 Lawn___

THE OTHER GUYS

Adam McKay | 2010 | US | 107min

8:30 (dusk)

 

___Riverside Library___

BEETHOVEN’S HAIR

Larry Weinstein | 2005 | UK/Canada/Czech Republic | 90min

11:00 am

 

___Riverside Park___

THE BIRDS

Alfred Hitchcock | 1963 | US | 119min

“Terrorible!”

8:30 (dusk)

 

___Scandinavia House___

THE SWALLOW, THE CAT, THE ROSE, AND DEATH

Daniel Lind Lagerlöf | 2005 | Sweden | 90min

“Crime Series”

6:00

 

___School of Visual Arts Theater___

Passion and Purpose: An Evening with Rachel Weisz and preview screening of THE WHISTLEBLOWER

THE WHISTLEBLOWER

Larysa Kondracki | 2010 | Germany/Canada | 112min

*Post-screening conversation with Weisz and MoMI chief curator David Schwartz

7:00

 

___Socrates Sculpture Park___

THE GOOD, THE BAD, THE WEIRD

Kim Jee-woon | 2008 | South Korea | 139min

7:00

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