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Preserving & presenting films made by visionaries, radicals, independents, and auteurs—with a focus on films that are overlooked, forgotten or ignored. Est.1970
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Anthology Film Archives 8h
Today is Nicolas Roeg's 90th birthday! Celebrate by coming to our screening of PERFORMANCE, directed by Donald Cammell & Roeg, tonight at 7:30!
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Anthology Film Archives 9h
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The above image is a Filmmakers Cinematheque flyer from the 60s in Anthology's collections!
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Both restorations are by Anthology Film Archives and The Film Foundation with funding provided by The George Lucas Family Foundation.
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Anthology Film Archives 9h
Our complete Ron Rice retrospective begins Aug 24, and includes a week-long theatrical run of the new 35mm restoration of THE QUEEN OF SHEBA MEETS THE ATOM MAN, plus the premiere of another 35mm restoration, CHUMLUM! Details:
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Goings On About Town 14h
Gimme Shelter, the documentary by Albert and David Maysles and Charlotte Zwerin about the Rolling Stones's misconceived and tragic 1969 concert at the Altamont Speedway, screens in the Rock 'n' Film series
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Anthology Film Archives 13h
Aug 15-21: FEMINISM(S) series begins, Beyond Cassavetes: PIGEONS, Rock 'N' Film continues, and more! -
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Anthology Film Archives Aug 14
FEMINISM(S), our series with , begins Fri! The series includes a program of early feminist video art, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, THE FABULOUS STAINS and THE LOVE WITCH on 35mm, and more! Image: Barbara Hammer Double Strength (1978) Courtesy
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Akosua Adoma Owusu Aug 14
Split Ends, I Feel Wonderful, 2012 in FEMINISM(S) series on 8/19 . 🇬🇭’s film is a warm and subtly political snapshot of the time when African Americans for the first time said loud, I’m Black and I’m Proud!" -
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Jeff Lambert Aug 14
Among the new films on the NFPF site is Francis Thompson's YOUR SHARE IN TOMORROW (1957) which features "Special Effects" by D. A. Pennabaker and camerawork by Robert Downey. Thanks to for joining this digital access initiative!
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Anthology Film Archives Aug 11
Maya Deren's films screen this Sunday in ! All on ! Don't miss these films by the legendary avant-garde filmmaker, including her landmark film MESHES OF THE AFTERNOON! Free for members, just $9 general admission.
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Anthology Film Archives Aug 10
Our friends at are presenting an exciting series highlighting Pixelvision, tonight through 8/16! AFA fans can get $5 off tickets: enter promo code “PXL2018" in the upper right field. Tickets and more info at
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ICP Aug 10
🎬📽️ The Feminism(s) film series begins next Friday at in NYC! We'll be screening a spectrum of tones, styles, and media, from lowbrow genre film to critically acclaimed and experimental works. 🎬📽️
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Anthology Film Archives Aug 9
Toronto-based writer, educator, and filmmaker Stephen Broomer joins us this weekened for two programs in our Show & Tell series, including his most recent film – the feature-length POTAMKIN – as well as a selection of his earlier short works. Aug 11–12!
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Anthology Film Archives Aug 9
"The best honest-to-God, two-for-one double feature in town screens tonight at Anthology Film Archives, and heaven help the poor sucker who sleeps on this one."— Tashlin's THE GIRL CAN’T HELP IT screens tonight at 9 w/ Anger's SCORPIO RISING!
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CFMDC Aug 9
📽️ AUG 11 & 12: STEPHEN BROOMER , NY. Catch Broomer's remarkable feature POTAMKIN on Aug 11 followed by a selection of shorts on Aug 12.
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Anthology Film Archives Aug 9
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Anthology Film Archives Aug 8
From 1990-2007, Anthology was home to this lovely cat named Max. She wandered into our alley and never left. She lived in our office but she was known to venture into our theaters (she sat through DOG STAR MAN and didn’t budge!) We ♥️ you Max! 📷R. Haller.
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Screen Slate Aug 8
Here it is: 's masterpiece 'The Girl Can't Help It' + 'Scorpio Rising' double feature runs tomorrow evening at , and, in Ms. Golum's words, "heaven help the poor sucker who sleeps on this one."
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Anthology Film Archives Aug 8
MILLA is Critic's Pick! Don't miss the final days of the film's NY theatrical premiere run—catch it tonight + tomorrow at 6:30 + 9:15PM! "MILLA is a major achievement, a film that is at once as delicate as it is strong"
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Anthology Film Archives Aug 8
Aug 8-14: ROCK 'N' FILM continues, final days of MILLA, Stephen Broomer in person, plus films by Maya Deren, Bruce Conner, Tony Conrad, and more! -
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