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Anthology 19h
Two must-read pieces on our Mehrdad Oskouei retrospective: in the & for Our retrospective continues through 2/28! Schedule here:
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Anthology 21h
Films by Dziga Vertov this weekend in ! FREE for members! A SIXTH OF THE WORLD 2/23 at 7:30 THE ELEVENTH YEAR 2/24 at 6:00 MAN WITH A MOVIE CAMERA 2/24 at 7:30 ENTHUSIASM, OR SYMPHONY OF THE DON BASIN 2/25 at 6:15 THREE SONGS ABOUT LENIN 2/25 at 8:00
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Tanner Tafelski Feb 23
For , I wrote about an essential series on Mehrdad Oskouei, and programmed by , that starts tonight
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NYC FeministFilmWeek Feb 23
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Notebook Feb 23
An essential voice in contemporary cinema, Mehrdad Oskouei, sheds light on those neglected, overlooked, and abandoned. gives an overview of 's retrospective
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Christopher Beaubien Feb 22
Mehrdad Oskouei. I'll be looking out for this filmmaker. I checked my list of must see movies and yes, STARLESS DREAMS (2017) is on it. Now IT'S ALWAYS LATE FOR FREEDOM (2008) and THE LAST DAYS OF WINTER (2012) has been added. Thank you.
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Anthology Feb 23
Our Mehrdad Oskouei retrospective begins tonight!
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Icarus Films Feb 22
of DONNA HARAWAY: STORY TELLING FOR EARTHLY SURVIVAL tonight at 7:30pm , don't miss!
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Icarus Films Feb 22
"An ode to this thinker’s expansive mind and life. A heady, speculative journey through theory, politics, sci-fi, and so much else." on DONNA HARAWAY: STORY TELLING FOR EARTHLY SURVIVAL, screening at tonight
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NYC FeministFilmWeek Feb 22
For on 3/8 the at is showing New Queer Cinema classic THE WATERMELON WOMAN by at 7pm. More info here: Come say hello!
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Bilge Ebiri Feb 22
You should know the work of Iranian filmmaker Mehrdad Oskouei. And now, if you live in or near NYC, you can:
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Bilge Ebiri Feb 22
I first saw Oskouei's work at the film fest in 2016. STARLESS DREAMS was on my Top Ten list for 2017. I've been waiting for someone to do a retro like this, so more people can discover his amazing, beautiful films. Thanks, !
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Anthology Feb 21
Feb 21-28: The Films of Mehrdad Oskouei, DONNA HARAWAY: STORYTELLING FOR EARTHLY SURVIVAL, and more! -
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Gay City News Feb 21
Feb23-28, Archives presents DOCUMENTARY, IRANIAN STYLE, curated by Gay City News' , US' most complete retrospective of director Mehrdad Oskouei, whose work evokes Frederick Wiseman & Abbas Kiarostami. Program notes, schedule @
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Anthology Feb 21
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“What do JeanLuc Godard, Jean Rouch, Peter Kubelka, Stan Brakhage...have in common? All of them were anticipated...by the genius of Dziga Vertov, 1 of the half-dozen most important personalities in the history of cinema, & a key figure in 20th century culture as a whole”–Hoberman
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Anthology Feb 21
Dziga Vertov's KINO-EYE screens tonight on 16mm! (With Russian intertitles; English synopsis available)
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Anthology Feb 20
Don't miss our upcoming retrospective, DOCUMENTARY, IRANIAN STYLE: THE FILMS OF MEHRDAD OSKOUEI, Feb 23–28! Oskouei's work suggests a distinctly Iranian version of documentary filmmaking, standing somewhere between Frederick Wiseman and Kiarostami.
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Light Industry Feb 19
On Sunday, February 25 is hosting a rare screening of Stan Brakhage's epic, 4.5-hour The Art of Vision, introduced by Light Industry's . P. Adams Sitney once described the film as the "exfoliated" version of Dog Star Man.
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Screen Slate Feb 20
Louis Malle visits Reagan-era rural midwestern America in GOD'S COUNTRY, showing on 16mm tonight at . Madelyn Sutton posts:
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Anthology Feb 18
Tonight! Stephanie Barber is in person to present her new film IN THE JUNGLE! "a lushly imagined artifice in which a botanical researcher — all alone with her obsessively articulate thoughts"
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