Welcome to our Members!
Enjoy Metrograph At Home anywhere in the U.S. and the Metrograph Theater when you’re in New York — one Membership for Live Streaming, Exclusive Premieres, and $10 Member tickets at the Box Office (standard price $17).
Women Dressing Women: From Runway to Screen, a collaboration with The Met inspired by the Costume Institute’s exhibition, opens this week, filmmaker James Vaughan joins us Sunday to present his film Friends and Strangers, American Society of Cinematographers presents The Painted Veil with an intro and Q&A with cinematographer Stuart Dryburgh, Zeitgeist at 35 concludes with screenings of Paris Was a Woman and a member preview of The Old Oak, and more!
Series at Metrograph
As the 20th century drew to a close, the words “millennium bug”—a computer glitch that was supposed to drown the world in darkness—were on everyone’s lips, the air thick with the anticipation of apocalypse. Did that anxiety impress itself on some of the finest films being released at fin de siècle, by exemplary artists like David Cronenberg, Tsai Ming-liang, and Michaels Mann and Haneke? Maybe… but what’s certain is the moment brought a bumper crop of cinematic excellence to the screen, and after 25 years we’re bringing back some of our favorites, films whose end-of-days paranoia has no expiration date.
25Y2K opens at Metrograph Friday, December 1.
FRIENDS AND STRANGERS
IWOW: I WALK ON WATER
YUNG LEAN, PLEASE BE MY YUNG LOVE
From posters and books to limited edition merchandise, special artist editions, and rare and collectible film ephemera, Metrograph Editions has the perfect gift for the film lover in your life!
We’ll be adding new products and specially curated collections throughout the holiday season, so stay tuned!
BY NICK PINKERTON
An interview with Carole Pipolo about her late husband’s dizzying book collection.
The Tony Pipolo Collection will be presented at the Metrograph Book Fair on Saturday, December 2 and 16.