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Wednesday October 17th: Editor’s Pick

7:00 at Museum of the Moving Image [Program & Tix]

THE LONELIEST PLANET
Loktev | 2011 | US | 113m
“See It Big!”
*Q&A w/diretor Julia Loktev & actress Hani Furstenberg
7:00 at MOMI

The Loneliest Planet is a film you will never forget because it turns on the kind of small incident that could happen to any of us and alter our life in just a few seconds… The incident is minor, in a way, yet momentous, too. You will know what it is when you see it, and at that point you will grasp the exceptional ambition of this absorbing movie. Quite often, its photography is distant and sustained, and its pacing is lifelike and gradual—it takes a long time sometimes to walk from one place to another. But that only sets us up for the dynamic of a moment. You have to see The Loneliest Planet, for it is one of those works that prepares you for life, that make you wary, alive and responsible, and which … well, you’ll never forget it.”
David Thomson, The New Republic

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___92YTribeca___
Occupy Flaherty NYC
Shorts Program | 83m
“Flaherty NYC”
*Q&A w/filmmakers Mateo Minasi, Nate Lavey, Rachel Tomlinson, Andrea Salvadore, Iva Radevojevic, Martyna Starosta & programmer Nick Shimkin
7:30

 

___Anthology Film Archives___
TWO YEARS AT SEA
Ben Rivers | 2011 | UK | 86min
7:00, 9:00

 

___BAMcinématek___
FLOWERS OF EVIL
David Dusa | 2010 | Fra | 100min
“Salut les jeunes! Young French Cinema”
4:30, 9:15

 

STALINGRAD LOVERS
Fleur Albert | 2012 | France | 78min
“Salut les jeunes! Young French Cinema”
*Q&A with Albert
6:50

 

___Film Forum___
BRIEF ENCOUNTER
David Lean | 1945 | UK | 86min
1:00, 4:25, 8:00

 

CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON
Jack Arnold | 1954 | US | 79min
*In digital 3D!
2:45, 6:15, 9:45

 

___Film Society of Lincoln Center___
HOLY MOTORS
Leos Carax | 2012 | France | 116min
*Carax in person!
11:00am, 1:30, 4:00, 6:45*, 9:30*

 

___IFC Center___
THE IRAN JOB
Till Schauder | 2012 | US/Iran | 90min
*Filmmakers in person
12:15pm, 3:00, 8:35*

___Museum of Modern Art___
THE SEARCHERS
John Ford | 1956 | US | 119min
“Ride, Boldly Ride”
1:30

 

SPARRERS CAN’T SING
Joan Littlewood | 1963 | UK | 94min
“To Save and Project”
4:00

 

DIE ANOTHER DAY
Lee Tamahori | 2002 | UK | 132min
“50 Years of James Bond”
4:30

 

GENGHIS KHAN
Manuel Conde & Lou Salvador | 1950 | Phil. | 91min
“To Save and Project”
*Intro by Benedict Olgado, Director, National Film Archive of the Philippines
6:30

 

CASINO ROYALE
Martin Campbell | 2006 | UK | 145min
“50 Years of James Bond”
8:00

 

___Museum of the Moving Image___
THE LONELIEST PLANET
Julia Loktev | 2011 | US | 113m
“See It Big!”
*Q&A w/diretor Julia Loktev & actress Hani Furstenberg
7:00

 

___Spectacle Theater___
JANE: AN ABORTION SERVICE
Kate Kirtz & Nell Lundy | 1996 | USA | 58min
8:00

 

I HAD AN ABORTION
Jennifer Baumgardner | 2005 | US | 55min
*Baumgardner in person
9:00

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