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February 22

Legend of the Mountain

Legend of the Mountain

DIRECTOR: KING HU
1979 / 191min / DCP
The story of a secluded scholar confronted by two seductive specters who threaten to draw his attention away from the sutra he’s struggling to transcribe.
Tall: The American Skyscraper and Louis Sullivan

Tall: The American Skyscraper and Louis Sullivan

DIRECTOR: MANFRED KIRCHHEIMER
2006 / 82min / DCP
Starting at the turn of the last century, visionary architect Louis Sullivan built rhapsodies in brick, steel, and terracotta. Now, Sullivan finds in Manfred Kirchheimer a filmmaking champion perfectly matched to capture the beauty of his work.
Life Itself

Life Itself

DIRECTOR: STEVE JAMES
2014 / 120min / DCP
Steve James' critically-acclaimed documentary about the life and work of beloved film critic and social commentator Roger Ebert.
Last Men in Aleppo

Last Men in Aleppo

DIRECTOR: FERAS FAYYAD
2017 / 110min / DCP
Boots-on-the-ground reportage following the exploits of the White Helmets, a search-and-rescue organization who indefatigably struggle on amidst Aleppo's humanitarian catastrophe.
Abacus

Abacus

DIRECTOR: STEVE JAMES
2017 / 88min / DCP
The Oscar-nominated new documentary from Steve James, which tells the story of the Sung family, owners of Abacus bank in Chinatown, the only bank to be indicted following the 2008 financial crisis.
No Crossover: The Trial of Allen Iverson

No Crossover: The Trial of Allen Iverson

DIRECTOR: STEVE JAMES
2010 / 80min / DCP
Director Steve James re-investigates basketball legend Allen Iverson's conviction for a fight he was involved in as a young man.
Golden Exits

Golden Exits

DIRECTOR: ALEX ROSS PERRY
2017 / 94min / 35mm
Alex Ross Perry’s fifth feature unfolds in the cloud of psychic fallout thrown up among a loosely-connected group of professional, domesticated Brooklynites when a young, pretty, available outsider lands in their midst.

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Golden Exits

Golden Exits

DIRECTOR: ALEX ROSS PERRY
2017 / 94min / 35mm
Alex Ross Perry’s fifth feature unfolds in the cloud of psychic fallout thrown up among a loosely-connected group of professional, domesticated Brooklynites when a young, pretty, available outsider lands in their midst.
Legend of the Mountain

Legend of the Mountain

DIRECTOR: KING HU
1979 / 191min / DCP
The story of a secluded scholar confronted by two seductive specters who threaten to draw his attention away from the sutra he’s struggling to transcribe.
Tall: The American Skyscraper and Louis Sullivan

Tall: The American Skyscraper and Louis Sullivan

DIRECTOR: MANFRED KIRCHHEIMER
2006 / 82min / DCP
Starting at the turn of the last century, visionary architect Louis Sullivan built rhapsodies in brick, steel, and terracotta. Now, Sullivan finds in Manfred Kirchheimer a filmmaking champion perfectly matched to capture the beauty of his work.
Life Itself

Life Itself

DIRECTOR: STEVE JAMES
2014 / 120min / DCP
Steve James' critically-acclaimed documentary about the life and work of beloved film critic and social commentator Roger Ebert.
Last Men in Aleppo

Last Men in Aleppo

DIRECTOR: FERAS FAYYAD
2017 / 110min / DCP
Boots-on-the-ground reportage following the exploits of the White Helmets, a search-and-rescue organization who indefatigably struggle on amidst Aleppo's humanitarian catastrophe.
Abacus

Abacus

DIRECTOR: STEVE JAMES
2017 / 88min / DCP
The Oscar-nominated new documentary from Steve James, which tells the story of the Sung family, owners of Abacus bank in Chinatown, the only bank to be indicted following the 2008 financial crisis.
No Crossover: The Trial of Allen Iverson

No Crossover: The Trial of Allen Iverson

DIRECTOR: STEVE JAMES
2010 / 80min / DCP
Director Steve James re-investigates basketball legend Allen Iverson's conviction for a fight he was involved in as a young man.
The Young Karl Marx

The Young Karl Marx

DIRECTOR: RAOUL PECK
2018 / 118min / DCP
In Raoul Peck's new film, August Diehl plays a wet-behind-the-ears twentysomething Marx, in Parisian exile with his wife when he finds an intellectual love-match with Friedrich Engels.
Kiki's Delivery Service

Kiki's Delivery Service

DIRECTOR: HAYAO MIYAZAKI
1989 / 103min / DCP
In this charming coming-of-age tale a young sorceress uses her magic broomstick as a vehicle to help her start delivering packages, with the help of her talking black cat.
Duck Soup

Duck Soup

DIRECTOR: LEO MCCAREY
1933 / 68min / DCP
One of the handful of movies whose farcical fancy can approach contemporary political reality, the Marx Bros. diplomatic burlesque has Groucho at his rapid-fire best
Wild Things

Wild Things

DIRECTOR: JAMES MCNAUGHTON
1998 / 108min / 35mm
McNaughton’s twisty, tawdry Miami-set erotic thriller stars Denise Richards, Neve Campbell, and Matt Dillon, maneuvering double-crosses upon double-crosses when they’re not tumbling in and out of bed together.
Notebook on Cities and Clothes

Notebook on Cities and Clothes

DIRECTOR: WIM WENDERS
1989 / 81min / DCP
An encounter between two towering figures in their respective art forms, cineaste Wenders and Yohji Yamamoto, this masterful “diary film” documentary offers a perceptive portrait of one of the giants of postwar Japanese fashion.
L'Enfer d'Henri-Georges Clouzot & Puce Moment

L'Enfer d'Henri-Georges Clouzot & Puce Moment

DIRECTOR: SERGE BROMBERG & RUXANDRA MEDREA / KENNETH ANGER
1964 / 2009 / 100min / 35mm
Henri-Georges Clouzot’s L’Enfer was a vehicle for Romy Schneider and Serge Reggiani begun with a bottomless budget but shut down after three weeks of shooting. The extraordinary, Op Art-inspired images produced in that period, expressing madness and jealousy, would be forgotten for over fifty years—until preservationist Bromberg revived them for this riveting documentary.
The Annihilation of Fish

The Annihilation of Fish

DIRECTOR: CHARLES BURNETT
1999 / 108min / 35mm
The Annihilation of Fish stars Lynn Redgrave and James Earl Jones as two fellow boarders in a Los Angeles rooming house run by Margot Kidder.
Blow-Up

Blow-Up

DIRECTOR: MICHELANGELO ANTONIONI
1966 / 111min / 35mm
The direct inspiration for De Palma’s Blow Out (1981), Michelangelo Antonioni’s 1966 English-language debut sets its scene in a London that’s less Swinging than sleepwalking, with David Hemmings a blasé-decadent fashionable photographer who finds himself sucked into a vortex of political intrigue when he discovers that a casual snap taken at Maryon Park seems to contain evidence of a murder—but the closer he gets to the mystery the more obscure it becomes, until both the testimony of the camera lens and the human eye are finally called into question.
The Heartbreak Kid

The Heartbreak Kid

DIRECTOR: ELAINE MAY
1972 / 106min / 35mm
May’s riposte to old partner Mike Nichols’s The Graduate stars Charles Grodin as a New York sporting goods salesman who regrets his family-sanctioned marriage to a nice Jewish girl the moment he meets shiksa dream Cybill Shepherd on his honeymoon.
Soleil Ô

Soleil Ô

DIRECTOR: MED HONDO
1970 / 98min / DCP
An African laborer happily heads for a better life in Paris, only to discover the colonial mindset is alive, well, and suffocating.
BPM (Beats Per Minute)

BPM (Beats Per Minute)

DIRECTOR: ROBIN CAMPILLO
2017 / 140min / DCP
An intimate portrayal of ACT UP amid the AIDS crisis in 1990s Paris, still a near epidemic thanks to the inactivity of Francois Mitterand’s government.
MIND GAME

MIND GAME

DIRECTOR: MASAAKI YUASA
2005 / 103min / DCP
A cult phenomenon in Japan, Masaaki Yuasa’s shoot-the-works avant-garde head- trip anime, which tries, masters, and disposes of just about every animation style you can think of in the course of its runtime, is a psychedelic secret that’s ripe for discovery.
Labyrinth

Labyrinth

DIRECTOR: JIM HENSON
1986 / 101min / DCP
Jennifer Connelly lands herelf in a maze of illusion populated by a host of Jim Henson’s Creature Shop creations and the human special effect that is David Bowie as Jareth, the Goblin King, wielding the power of voodoo. (Who do? You do!)
World Without Sun

World Without Sun

DIRECTOR: JACQUES-YVES COUSTEAU
1964 / 93min / 35mm
Cousteau and his cohort set up in a state-of-the-art, saucer-like underwater base, and we get to live alongside these so-called oceanauts on the ocean floor, in what is perhaps the most playful and purely enchanting of the explorer-filmmaker’s works.
WICKED WICKED

WICKED WICKED

DIRECTOR: RICHARD L. BARE
1973 / 95min / 16mm
This stereoscopic "Duo-Vision" horror film directed by Richard L. Bare was the winner of our 35mm Horror Trailer-a-thon presented by AMPAS
GALAXIE

GALAXIE

DIRECTOR: GREGORY MARKOPOULOS
1966 / 82min / 16mm
creening one night only and presented by filmmaker Robert Beavers, Galaxie is among Markopoulos’ supreme achievements: silent save for the chime of a ritual bell, it collects disarming filmed portraits of thirty men and women of the New York art world in the mid-’60s
Scarlet Street

Scarlet Street

DIRECTOR: FRITZ LANG
1945 / 103min / 35mm
In the elite class of Lang’s American films this seamy, gut-twisting noir is one of the most thoroughly devastating films ever produced in Hollywood.
Klute

Klute

DIRECTOR: ALAN J. PAKULA
1971 / 114min / 35mm
Jane Fonda is, of course, supremely excellent in the role that won her an Oscar, that of tough-minded high-class New York prostitute Bree Daniels, playing off Donald Sutherland’s straight arrow private investigator.
Sailor Moon R: The Movie

Sailor Moon R: The Movie

DIRECTOR: KUNIHIKO IKUHARA
1993 / 61min / DCP
This high-gloss feature extravaganza from Toei Animation offers up further adventures of the “meatball head” Tokyo schoolgirl and her four fabulous friends.
Blue Velvet

Blue Velvet

DIRECTOR: DAVID LYNCH
1986 / 120min / 35mm
A watershed work for Lynch, establishing his particular perverse method of deploying the symbols of Americana.
The Nutty Professor

The Nutty Professor

DIRECTOR: JERRY LEWIS
1967 / 107min / DCP
A midcentury modern Jekyll and Hyde sprung from the manic imagination of co-writer-director-star Jerry, who takes on the double role of nebbishy, adenoidal klutz Professor Julius Kelp and his alter-ego
The Pirate

The Pirate

DIRECTOR: VINCENTE MINNELLI
1948 / 102min / 35mm
Minnelli’s festively colorful Caribbean-set musical comedy smorgasbord has Gene Kelly as an itinerant actor who, in order to win the love of Judy Garland’s dainty miss with a taste for romantic adventure, takes on the role of the infamous pirate Macoco.
Peter Pan

Peter Pan

DIRECTOR: HAMILTON LUSKE, CLYDE GERONIMI, WILFRED JACKSON, JACK KINNEY
1953 / 77min / 35mm
Get airborne with Tinker Bell, Peter, and all the Lost Boys as they skirmish with Captain Hook’s pirate crew off the coast of Never Land in the definitive animated rendition of J.M. Barrie’s immortal tale of The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up.
The White Balloon

The White Balloon

DIRECTOR: JAFAR PANAHI
1995 / 85min / 35mm
It’s Persian New Year, and seven-year-old Razieh begs her mother for money to buy a lucky goldfish. This simple task proves less easy than it would seem, however, as Razieh repeatedly loses her funds and finds misadventures.
Distant Sky: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

Distant Sky: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

DIRECTOR: DAVID BARNARD
2017 / 135min / DCP
Distant Sky: Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds Live in Copenhagen catches Cave and company in support of their acclaimed album Skeleton Key, their first tour in three years.
Flash, the Teenage Otter

Flash, the Teenage Otter

DIRECTOR: HANK SCHLOSS
1961 / 70min / 35mm
Flash, the Teenage Otter follows one of Disney’s most beloved animal stars as he strikes out from his home at a Wisconsin wildlife sanctuary to see the wider world with all of its wonders and perils.
TIME BANDITS

TIME BANDITS

DIRECTOR: TERRY GILLIAM
1981 / 116min / DCP
Director Gilliam’s second feature is a lavish concoction of wild and wicked fancy. One fateful night Kevin, an 11-year-old with a passion for history, discovers a time-and-space portal in his bedroom wall and a gaggle of dwarves who teach him how to use it.
King Kong vs. Godzilla

King Kong vs. Godzilla

DIRECTOR: ISHIRô HONDA
1962 / 91min / 35mm
The biggest Japanese-American battle royale since WWII, shot in color TohoScope splendor-a first in the Godzilla franchise-by the master of the kaiju movie!