NYC Weekend Watch is our weekly round-up of repertory choices.
Museum of Fashionable Artwork
Peter Bogdanovich’s very humorous, never-before-seen Squirrels to the Nuts has an unique run (about which extra right here), whilst a retrospective of Larry Fessenden’s style area Glass Eye Pix is underway.
A Robert Siodmak retrospective has began, as has “Pop Performs Itself,” a selection of musicians onscreen, whilst Resnais, Demy, and Marker lead Left Financial institution Cinema; Metrograph A to Z continues with Powell-Pressburger and Ray; Best Blue and Son of the White Mare are in “Past due Nights“; Charles Grodin is paid tribute with screenings of Middle of the night Run and Clifford.
Anthology Movie Archives
A chain on imageless movies—that includes Hollis Frampton, Man Debord, and Derek Jarman—is underway whilst a few of Buster Keaton’s largest works display screen in “Very important Cinema.”
Movie Discussion board
Joseph Losey’s nice Mr. Klein has been restored, as has Bronco Bullfrog; Buster Keaton and Sidney Poitier retrospectives are operating.
Ang Lee’s infrequently screened debut characteristic Pushing Fingers has been restored.
Romeo + Juliet and River’s Edge have 35mm showings on Saturday, whilst X-rated cartoons display screen on 16mm this Sunday along a 35mm print of Kuichisan.
Eraserhead, Dune, Twilight, Mysterious Pores and skin, and Derek Jarman’s Sebastiane have late-night showings.