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Alexandria Smith on Her Selects

By Metrograph

Artist Alexandria Smith curates a selection of favorite films that have influenced her practice for many years, continuing a programmer-in-residence series co-presented with Gagosian in theater and at home.

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Emma Myers on It Happens To Us: Abortion in American FIlm

By Metrograph

Series curator Emma Myers discusses It Happens To Us, a survey of abortion and its representation in American cinema over the past century.

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The Roll Call

By Metrograph

Last week, as part of our ongoing Authentic Selves: The Beauty Within curated by Anthony Roth Costanzo, we welcomed the National Black Theater to 7 Ludlow where they showcased NBT shorts films by Dane Figueroa Edidi, Lavender Freddy, and Ngozi Anyanwu, anchored by the premiere of NBT's Executive Artistic Director Jonathan McCrory's The Roll Call: The Roots to Strange Fruit. The screening was followed by an inspiring conversation among McCrory, NBT CEO Sade Lythcott, and activist/author DeRay Mckesson.

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Windfall Q&A with Lily Collins & Charlie McDowell

By Metrograph

Filmmaker Charlie McDowell and star Lily Collins joined Metrograph founder Alexander Olch for a conversation and a sneak peak of their new film WINDFALL.

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Nick Pinkerton on Goodbye, Dragon Inn

By Metrograph

Metrograph Editor Nick Pinkerton discusses his love for Tsai Ming-Liang’s Goodbye, Dragon Inn.

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The Werewolf of Washington

By Metrograph

Critics Simon Abrams and Sheila O’Malley discuss their shared love for the film.

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Putney Memories

By Metrograph

A video essay on Putney Swope

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The Aviator’s Wife Q&A

By Metrograph

Director Matías Piñeiro, actress Marie Rivière, and frequent Éric Rohmer editor Mary Stephen joined Metrograph last fall for a discussion about Rohmer’s film.

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A Love Letter to Japanese Cinema
From Wes Anderson

By Molly Gillis

A visualization of a 2018 conversation that took place at Metrograph, where Anderson detailed his appreciation for Kurosawa and Miyazaki, how his fondness of their films grew and shifted, and how their work influenced his own.

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Conversation About The French between Gerald Marzorati & Doug Stark

By Metrograph

As part of the release weekend of The French, tennis writer and author of Seeing Serena Gerald Marzorati talked to the International Tennis Hall of Fame’s Doug Stark.

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Conversation About The French Between Louisa Thomas & Andréa Picard

By Metrograph

As part of the release weekend of The French, The New Yorker’s sports writer Louisa Thomas in conversation with TIFF Wavelengths programmer and writer Andréa Picard.

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Women Behind the Machines:
A Conversation on Women in Tech

By Metrograph

Emmy Parker, LaFrae Sci, Suzi Analogue, Stephi Duckula, and moderator Alissa DeRubeis joined us for a panel discussion following a screening of Sisters with Transistors.