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Godard x 2

Godard x 2

September 28 to October 17
Jean-Luc Godard’s run of freewheeling filmmaking in the 1960s, slicing through the middle of that tumultuous decade, didn’t just have a wide-reaching impact on the cinema—it seemed to be searching for a new audio-visual language necessary to describe the modern world to itself.
Albert Brooks

Albert Brooks

October 5 to October 18
While we hope and wait for a very necessary new film, we can revisit the painfully funny and sometimes just plain painful comedies of Albert Brooks, maestro of the socially and emotionally maladroit.
Yamamoto's Bloodthirsty Trilogy

Yamamoto's Bloodthirsty Trilogy

October 12 to October 18
Drawing inspiration both from motifs of traditional Japanese folklore and the modern horror movies coming from Hammer Studios in the UK, Michio Yamamoto created a kind of vampire movie quite unlike anything seen at home or abroad with his influential, cult-cherished “Bloodthirsty Trilogy.”
Shaw Brothers Horror

Shaw Brothers Horror

October 19 to October 24
The Shaw Brothers studio, established in Hong Kong in 1958, is perhaps best known for its association with wuxia and martial arts cinema, but in the late 1970s and ‘80s they turned out some of the queasiest, wildest, and most utterly malign supernatural creepshows in the history of the horror genre.
PLAYTIME: Family Matinees

PLAYTIME: Family Matinees

October 20 to October 31
Great movies don’t have age restrictions, so there’s something for everybody and anybody to enjoy at Playtime, including cats and pratfalls, Tramps and Oncles, a sweet songbook, and Rodents of Unusual Size. Every Saturday and Sunday at 11am—bring the family! This weekend: YOUNG SHERLOCK HOLMES in 35mm.
Paul Auster x 2

Paul Auster x 2

October 25
Metrograph is privileged to host this local original as he presents two of his movies, inimitable in their tonal strangeness, discreet sense of enchantment, and questing exploration of the creative act.
Welcome to Metrograph:<br>A to Z

Welcome to Metrograph:
A to Z

November 1 to December 30
A two-year, alphabetically ordered series that offers films we consider must-sees. The only self-imposed restriction: one film per director.
ACADEMY AT METROGRAPH

ACADEMY AT METROGRAPH

November 16 to December 31
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' year-long residency at Metrograph is a monthly series showcasing film prints from the Academy Film Archive, home to one of the most diverse and extensive motion picture collections in the world. Next screening on November 16: BAREFOOT CONTESSA in 35mm with Karina Longworth.