Every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday: a series for connoisseurs of cocktails and nocturnal film freaks to hobnob, clink glasses, and see some of the best and most bizarre in cinema. The Commissary will be serving drinks and a special late night menu into the wee hours. This Weekend: Seijun Suzuki's BRANDED TO KILL.
Great movies don’t have age restrictions, so there’s something for everybody and anybody to enjoy at Playtime, including shooting for the stars with the crew of the Thunder Road, meeting the King of the Moon, talking with the animals, and running with the rats of NIMH. Every Saturday and Sunday at 11am—bring the family!
This weekend: PADDINGTON.
In conjunction with God Made My Face: A Collective Portrait of James Baldwin at David Zwirner in January and February, curator of that exhibition, author and scholar Hilton Als will present a selection of films and visual excerpts of Baldwin on screen.
Colliding cars, cannibalism, and a sentimental song at Rick’s Café—these are just a few of the ways that lovers have of expressing their emotions in our wild ride of a Valentine’s Day series, which embraces romances queer and straight, spiritual and carnal, and everything in between.
This monthly series highlights unique archival elements, including recent restorations and film prints from the Academy Film Archive by celebrating classic moments from the Academy’s 90-year history. Up next: the Director's Cut of EVE'S BAYOU in 35mm with Kasi Lemmons in February.
On the occasion of the release of his bravura latest, the orgiastic dance marathon Climax, screening for Members Only as a sneak preview, we look back on a career of boundary-busting and transgressive transcendence, as exemplified by two distinct works. Buckle up.