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Live Screening

Untitled Pizza Movie Part 3: Pizza Purgatory

Directed by David Shapiro

David sets out on a road trip of memory. Reimagining Leeds’s last days, he tries to unravel the facts and fiction of his life. The series travels to Saint-Malo, France. There, he meets Leeds’s wife, Shyleen. And he tracks down Bellucci in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Join us 10 minutes prior to showtime to see our Pre-Show.
Tue, Mar 2 • 8:00PM EST
Available On Demand
Mar 3-14

Live Screenings

SPECIAL EVENT

  • David Fincher/
    Kirk Baxter

A look at the collaborations between Director and Editor

Monday March 1

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button • 7PM 10PM

Tuesday March 2

The Social Network • 7PM 10PM

Wednesday March 3

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo • 7PM 10PM

Thursday March 4

Gone Girl • 7PM 10PM

Friday March 5

Mank • 7PM 10PM
(followed by a conversation between David Fincher and Kirk Baxter)

On Demand

Le Franc & The Little Girl Who Sold The Sun

Directed by Djibril Diop Mambéty‎

Metrograph Pictures presents new restorations of two medium-length films by the Senegalese master that provide us a fuller picture of the elements that define his small, but perfect, filmography—a rich social vision, sly humor, and formal ingenuity.

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Available On Demand
through Mar 4

On Demand

First Films with Chloé Zhao: Songs My Brothers Taught Me

Directed by Chloé Zhao

For the inaugural edition of “First Films,” Metrograph and the NYU Production Lab present Zhao’s portrait of modern-day life on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in SD that explores the bond between a restless teen and his spirited little sister.

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Available On Demand
until tomorrow

On Demand

Untitled Pizza Movie Part 1: Ice Cube Trays

Directed by David Shapiro

Q&A with Shapiro,
moderated by Jonathan Lethem

NYC. 1995. Dave and Leeds cross the five boroughs with a camera, filming a fictional show about NY food. They are on a quest: to eat free pizza and preserve their city.

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Available On Demand
through Mar 14

First Films with Chloé Zhao

On Demand

First Films with Chloé Zhao: Songs My Brothers Taught Me

Directed by Chloé Zhao

For the inaugural edition of “First Films,” Metrograph and the NYU Production Lab present Zhao’s portrait of modern-day life on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in SD that explores the bond between a restless teen and his spirited little sister.

Watch Now
Available On Demand
until tomorrow

Live Screening

First Films with Chloé Zhao: Nomadland

Directed by Chloé Zhao

Q&A with Zhao, DP Joshua James Richards, and producer Mollye Asher, moderated by filmmaker/writer/producer Ryan Silbert

In Zhao’s third feature, a woman (Frances McDormand) packs her van in rural Nevada and sets off on the road exploring a life outside of conventional society as a modern-day nomad.

Wed, Mar 3 • 8:00PM EST
Available On Demand
Mar 4-5

First Films with Shaka King

Live Screening

First Films with Shaka King: Mulignans & Newlyweeds

Directed by Shaka King

Introduced by Shaka King

King’s debut feature, following the unlikely romance between a Brooklyn repo man and his globe-trotting girlfriend, is preceded by his short Mulignans.

Join us 10 minutes prior to showtime to see our Pre-Show.
Fri, Mar 5 • 8:00PM EST
Available On Demand
Mar 6-11

Coming Soon

Ticketed Screening

Center Stage

Directed by Stanley Kwan

Exclusive Digital Run of New 4K Restoration
Free to Members/
$12 Non-Members

In Hong Kong New Wave master Stanley Kwan’s unconventional biopic, one of the brightest movie stars of the Golden Age of HK pays tribute to a predecessor from pre-revolutionary Chinese cinema, as Maggie Cheung passionately embodies silent screen icon Ruan Lingyu (1910-1935).

Coming Soon
Available Mar 12 - Apr 1

On Demand

L’Intrus

Directed by Claire Denis

Exclusive Digital Run

Metrograph Pictures presents one of Denis’s most ambitious, complicated, and exhilaratingly daring films, which charts the travels of an old mercenary (Michel Subor, from Beau travail) as he journeys from the snowy Alps to Korea to Tahiti in search of both a heart transplant and his long-estranged son (Denis regular Grégoire Colin).

Coming Soon
Available On Demand
Mar 26 - Apr 8

On Demand

Sisters with Transistors

Directed by Lisa Rovner

Narrated by Laurie Anderson, Rovner’s superb documentary showcases the music of and rare interviews with female electronic pioneers, such as Clara Rockmore, Delia Derbyshire, Daphne Oram, and demonstrates that these women relished the freedom of electronic music, even as they were discriminated against because of their gender and their chosen medium.

Coming Soon
Available On Demand
Apr 23 - May 6

Journal

Essay

BY BOUKARY SAWADOGO

Laurence Gavron’s documentary Ninki Nanka, The Prince of Colobane closely observes the celebrated director during the making of Hyenas.

Essay

BY JACKIE RAYNAL

An appreciation of legendary film critic, and beloved
friend, Serge Daney. This piece, written June 21, 1992—nine days after Daney’s death—was originally published in Cahiers du Cinéma.

Essay

BY YASMINA PRICE

Djibril Diop Mambéty’s Le Franc and The Little Girl Who Sold The Sun combine a harsh critique of neocolonial structures with buoyant portraits of those surviving at their margins.

Essay

BY JACKIE RAYNAL

The filmmaker, actress, and curator takes us on a tour through her career, from making her first feature Deux fois in the late ’60s to programming the Bleecker St. Cinema in mid-’70s New York City.