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Welcome to Metrograph:<br>A to Z

Welcome to Metrograph:
A to Z

April 30 to June 30
A year-long, alphabetically ordered series that offers films we consider must-sees. The only self-imposed restriction: one film per director.
Marlene

Marlene

May 23 to July 8
Chanteuse and actress, archetypal Berliner and ardent American antifascist, brooding sex symbol and willful camp icon, a paragon of feminine glamor who was as comfortable in top hat and tails or gorilla suit as in a ballgown—come fall in love again with Marlene Dietrich, a figure whose complex, bi-amorous screen persona contained multitudes.
Ozu in Color

Ozu in Color

May 27 to May 31
Often unfairly tagged as a traditionalist, Yasujirô Ozu was in fact entirely a man of his times—a keen social observer who tracked the tectonic shifts in Japanese life for more than thirty years, and an ardent cinephile who responded readily to changes in film grammar and technology.
Imported from France: Four Masterpieces in 35mm

Imported from France: Four Masterpieces in 35mm

June 2 to June 4
Sometimes word is received that a 35mm print, unavailable in the US, will soon arrive on these shores. Or perhaps there is a film programmers are eager to show, and must import the print. So, apropos of nothing other than not allowing a chance to project these films go by, Metrograph is thrilled to present four masterpieces of French cine.
Bresson Part II

Bresson Part II

June 7 to June 12
Every now and again we at Metrograph feel compelled to go back to Bresson. Why? Because doing so clears out the cobwebs, reminds us of what is necessary and beautiful in films.
Making Rent in Bed-Stuy

Making Rent in Bed-Stuy

June 9 to June 12
On the occasion of the release of critic, professor, curator and filmmaker Brandon Harris’s first book, Making Rent in Bed-Stuy: A Memoir of Trying to Make it in New York City, Metrograph is pleased to present six films that speak to Bed-Stuy and the surrounding area’s rich cultural and political legacy as a black space, the lives of some of its most famous scions and as a bulwark, increasingly imperiled, for Brooklyn’s black population.
Magnum Photos at 70

Magnum Photos at 70

June 15 to June 24
Founded as a cooperative at the MoMA in 1947 by an exceptional group whose number included Robert Capa and Henri Cartier-Bresson, to this day Magnum Photos is administered by its members, whose collected work comprises one of the most integral records of life on this planet since the Second World War. In honor of the 70th birthday of this forever-young institution, Metrograph will be screening moving picture exploits by masters of the still image.
Father's Day at Metrograph

Father's Day at Metrograph

June 17 to June 18
If you think back to your very favorite moviegoing memories from childhood, there’s a half-decent chance that your dad was there for quite a few of them. So this Father’s Day, why not pay the ol’ man back for all of those dollars spent at the concession stand, and kick back with a couple of movies that offer pure, uncut, free-and-easy pleasure?