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Daily Grindhouse 21h
THE BOXER’S OMEN (1983) is screening at Archives tonight in 35mm! More screenshots to keep you from sleeping!
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Jim Jarmusch will be in person TONIGHT to introduce the 6:45 screening of THE LAND OF LOOK BEHIND!⠀ (35mm collection print courtesy of !)⠀ ⠀ “An organic portrait of the very soul of Jamaica, and the earthy, pervasive substrata of Rastafarianism.” –Jim Jarmusch
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Goethe-Institut New York May 20
To celebrate Karl Marx’s 200th birthday, the KARL MARX ON FILM series screening at through Tuesday explores Marx’s legacy in film, focusing squarely on works that portray Marx himself or that make explicit reference to him.
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Arts for Art, Inc. May 20
Tomorrow! Vision Films at ! Tix may be purchased at the box office, before each program.
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Anthology May 20
“An organic portrait of the very soul of Jamaica, and the earthy, pervasive substrata of Rastafarianism.” –Jim Jarmusch Jim Jarmusch selects THE LAND OF LOOK BEHIND as part of our series! See the film Monday at 6:45!
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Anthology May 20
Jim Jarmusch selected THE BOXER'S OMEN as part of ! See the film this Monday on 35mm! "Whatever you think you’re prepared for, you’re not” -
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Anthology May 20
Tonight at 8:30 is in person to introduce an incredible short film program: Vivienne Dick's BEAUTY BECOMES THE BEAST William S. Burroughs & Anthony Balch TOWERS OPEN FIRE & Jean Rouch THE MAD MASTERS!
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Anthology May 20
We continue our collaboration with Arts for Art on the occasion of their annual Vision Festival. This year’s festival will recognize composer-pianist Dave Burrell, as well as films about master percussionist Sunny Murray & avant-garde genius Cecil Taylor. This Monday!
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Anthology May 19
Luc Sante is in person on Sunday at 8:30 to introduce a short film program, with: Vivienne Dick's BEAUTY BECOMES THE BEAST William S. Burroughs & Anthony Balch TOWERS OPEN FIRE & Jean Rouch THE MAD MASTERS!
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Anthology May 19
"Theodoros Bafaloukos wrote & directed Rockers, the film that single-handedly made Jamaica and reggae interesting to couch-cozy white folks, their stoner kids, and a bunch of famous English punks with guitars"- Sunday at 6, w/intro by Felice Rosser!
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Anthology May 19
As part of the series with , we're screening Ilan Ziv's CAPITALISM at 3:45 on Sunday! CAPITALISM is an ambitious and accessible six-part documentary series that looks at both the history of ideas and the social forces that have shaped the capitalist world.
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Anthology May 19
Fab 5 Freddy is in person to intro the cult classic THE HARDER THEY COME on 35mm tonight at 9:30! Graced with some of the greatest music ever produced in Jamaica, and featuring Cliff’s hit song of the same name, THE HARDER THEY COME is a searing indictment of corruption.
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Anthology May 19
"the closest thing we've got to the kind of movie about Marx that we need." - See it today at 4PM!
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Anthology May 19
Felice Rosser is in person to intro TRANCES, a film about the beloved Moroccan band Nass El Ghiwane, “the Rolling Stones of North Africa." Both a concert movie and a free-form audiovisual experiment, TRANCES is cinematic poetry. See the film at 4PM!
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Anthology May 18
Fab 5 Freddy intros BLACK ORPHEUS tomorrow at 6:45! "Winner of both the Academy Award for best foreign-language film and the...Palme d’Or, Marcel Camus’ Black Orpheus brings the ancient Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice to the 20-century madness of Carnival" -
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Anthology May 18
Derek Jarman's JUBILEE screens on Saturday at 4:15, introduced by Tessa Hughes-Freeland!
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Grasshopper Film May 18
Missed TOWARDS MATHILDE during our sneak preview? Good news: will screen a 35mm print of Claire Denis' film on June 9 and June 15!
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Anthology May 18
Tessa Hughes-Freeland will be in person to introduce Dee D. Bache’s THE DOORMAN & Richard Kern’s MANHATTAN LOVE SUICIDES tomorrow at 2PM!
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Anthology May 18
"The major revelation of the series" - "the closest thing we've got to the kind of movie about Marx that we need" - Tonight! Helmut Dziuba’s Moor and the Ravens of London (1968) kicks off our KARL MARX ON FILM series, co-presented with !
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Anthology May 18
The series begins tonight!
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