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Wednesday October 24th: Editor’s Pick

1:00, 3:10, 5:20, 7:30, 9:40 at Film Forum [Program & Tix]

HEUREUX ANNIVERSAIRE
Étaix | 1962 | France | 12m
LE GRAND AMOUR
Étaix | 1969 | France | 87m
“Pierre Étaix”
1:00, 3:10, 5:20, 7:30, 9:40 at FF

“The delightfully playful, playfully imaginative Le Grand Amour was directed by Pierre Etaix, a filmmaker, illustrator, musician and clown whose major work and poetic melancholia has long been denied to filmgoers. Presented at Cannes in 1969, it popped up on the American repertory circuit but never received a theatrical run here. Legal woes kept it and his other key movies out of view for 20 years, but Mr. Etaix — who worked with Jacques Tati and drew the exquisite images of him on the posters for Mon Oncle — is back with a retrospective.”
Manohla Dargis, New York Times

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___Anthology Film Archives___
CARCASSES
Denis Côté | 2009 | Canada | 72min
“The films of Denis Côté”
7:00

 

ON BOYS AND GIRLS
Yousry Nasrallah | 2003 | Egypt | 72min
“On Romantics and Outsiders: The Cinema of Yousry Nasrallah”
7:15

 

BESTIAIRE
Denis Côté | 2012 | Canada | 72min
“The films of Denis Côté”
8:45

 

THE AQUARIUM
Yousry Nasrallah | 2008 | Egypt | 90min
“On Romantics and Outsiders:
The Cinema of Yousry Nasrallah”
9:00

 

___BAMcinématek___
LA VIE AU RANCH
Sophie Letourneur | 2010 | France | 92min
“Salut les jeunes! Young French Cinema”
4:30, 9:00

 

ROBERT MITCHUM IS DEAD
Olivier Babinet, Fred Kihn | 2011 | France | 91min
“Salut les jeunes! Young French Cinema”
6:50

 

___Film Forum___
HEUREUX ANNIVERSAIRE
Pierre Étaix | 1962 | France | 12min
LE GRAND AMOUR
Pierre Étaix | 1969 | France | 87min
“Pierre Étaix”
1:00, 3:10, 5:20, 7:30, 9:40

 

___Jacob Burns Film Center___
The Evocative Work of Hai Bo
Hai Bo | 2011 | China | 58m
“Hidden China: The Underground Film Scene”
*Q&A with Zhu Rikun
5:00

 

___Jacob Burns Film Center (cnt’d)___
Andrew Young: Nature Cinematographer
Clips show & convo w/the award-winning nature cinematographer
“Focus on Nature”
7:30

 

___Museum of Modern Art___
UNFORGIVEN
Clint Eastwood | 1992 | US | 127min
“Ride, Boldly Ride”
1:30

 

AMERICAN DREAMS (LOST AND FOUND)
James Benning | 1984 | US | 55min
“To Save and Project”
4:30

 

THE SPY WHO LOVED ME
Lewis Gilbert | 1977 | UK | 126min
“50 Years of James Bond”
4:30

 

THE FACE BEHIND THE MASK
Florey | 1941 | US | 69m
“To Save and Project”
6:30

 

MOONRAKER
Lewis Gilbert | 1979 | UK | 126min
“50 Years of James Bond”
7:30

 

___Spectacle Cinema___
MOCK UP ON MU
Craig Baldwin | 2008 | US | 110min
“SPECT2BER”
7:30

 

Experiments in Terror (shorts)
Damon Packard, Peter Tscherkassky, et al | 106min
“SPECT2BER”
9:30

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