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In Fabric

In Fabric

2:30pm
DIRECTOR: PETER STRICKLAND
2018 / 118min / DCP
A lonely woman (Marianne Jean-Baptiste), recently separated from her husband, visits a bewitching London department store in search of a dress that will transform her life. She’s fitted with a perfectly flattering, artery-red gown—which, in time, will come to unleash a malevolent curse and unstoppable evil, threatening everyone who comes into its path.
Midnight Family

Midnight Family

2:30pm
DIRECTOR: LUKE LORENTZEN
2019 / 81min / DCP
In Mexico City, the Ochoa family runs one of the city’s privately owned ambulance services, scraping out a living by tending to the injured and desperately unwell, waiting on calls night after night, only to speed through the city’s streets hoping to beat rival EMT crews to the scene.
Atlantics

Atlantics

DIRECTOR: MATI DIOP
2019 / 105min / DCP
After a group of unpaid construction workers disappears at sea one night in search of a better life abroad, the women they have left behind in Dakar are overwhelmed with a mysterious fever.
Days of Heaven

Days of Heaven

DIRECTOR: TERRENCE MALICK
1978 / 94min / 35mm
Richard Gere flees the factory floors of Chicago for the wheat fields of the Texas panhandle with his girlfriend (Brooke Adams) and kid sister (Linda Manz) in tow, only to find himself in a love triangle with gentleman farmer Sam Shepard.
BUNNY LAKE IS MISSING

BUNNY LAKE IS MISSING

DIRECTOR: OTTO PREMINGER
1965 / 107min / DCP
A woman reports that her young daughter is missing, but there seems to be no evidence that she ever existed.
The Thin Red Line

The Thin Red Line

DIRECTOR: TERRENCE MALICK
1998 / 170min / 35mm
After a more than twenty-year absence from cinema, Malick came roaring back with this sprawling, lyric adaptation of James Jones’ World War II novel, which follows an American platoon battling to take Guadalcanal from the entrenched Japanese.
Van Gogh

Van Gogh

DIRECTOR: MAURICE PIALAT
1991 / 158min / DCP
Pialat’s Van Gogh offers both a warts-and-all portrait of a pain-in-the-ass genius and a living, breathing evocation of the Belle Epoque.
Dune

Dune

DIRECTOR: DAVID LYNCH
1984 / 137min / DCP
An epic tale of intergalactic spice wars and warrior Kyle MacLachlan’s messianic meeting with destiny was anything but a smash hit, but is certainly one of the most eccentric and eerily gorgeous would-be blockbusters ever made.

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In Fabric

In Fabric

DIRECTOR: PETER STRICKLAND
2018 / 118min / DCP
A lonely woman (Marianne Jean-Baptiste), recently separated from her husband, visits a bewitching London department store in search of a dress that will transform her life. She’s fitted with a perfectly flattering, artery-red gown—which, in time, will come to unleash a malevolent curse and unstoppable evil, threatening everyone who comes into its path.
Midnight Family

Midnight Family

DIRECTOR: LUKE LORENTZEN
2019 / 81min / DCP
In Mexico City, the Ochoa family runs one of the city’s privately owned ambulance services, scraping out a living by tending to the injured and desperately unwell, waiting on calls night after night, only to speed through the city’s streets hoping to beat rival EMT crews to the scene.
Atlantics

Atlantics

DIRECTOR: MATI DIOP
2019 / 105min / DCP
After a group of unpaid construction workers disappears at sea one night in search of a better life abroad, the women they have left behind in Dakar are overwhelmed with a mysterious fever.
Days of Heaven

Days of Heaven

DIRECTOR: TERRENCE MALICK
1978 / 94min / 35mm
Richard Gere flees the factory floors of Chicago for the wheat fields of the Texas panhandle with his girlfriend (Brooke Adams) and kid sister (Linda Manz) in tow, only to find himself in a love triangle with gentleman farmer Sam Shepard.
BUNNY LAKE IS MISSING

BUNNY LAKE IS MISSING

DIRECTOR: OTTO PREMINGER
1965 / 107min / DCP
A woman reports that her young daughter is missing, but there seems to be no evidence that she ever existed.
The Thin Red Line

The Thin Red Line

DIRECTOR: TERRENCE MALICK
1998 / 170min / 35mm
After a more than twenty-year absence from cinema, Malick came roaring back with this sprawling, lyric adaptation of James Jones’ World War II novel, which follows an American platoon battling to take Guadalcanal from the entrenched Japanese.
Van Gogh

Van Gogh

DIRECTOR: MAURICE PIALAT
1991 / 158min / DCP
Pialat’s Van Gogh offers both a warts-and-all portrait of a pain-in-the-ass genius and a living, breathing evocation of the Belle Epoque.
Dune

Dune

DIRECTOR: DAVID LYNCH
1984 / 137min / DCP
An epic tale of intergalactic spice wars and warrior Kyle MacLachlan’s messianic meeting with destiny was anything but a smash hit, but is certainly one of the most eccentric and eerily gorgeous would-be blockbusters ever made.
The Muppet Christmas Carol

The Muppet Christmas Carol

DIRECTOR: BRIAN HENSON
1992 / 85min / DCP
A revitalizing retelling of Charles Dickens’s classic tale with Michael Caine as a superb Scrooge, Kermit as Bob Cratchit, and a host of fantastic new creations, including the big, bumptious bonhomie-prone Ghost of Christmas Present.
THE APARTMENT

THE APARTMENT

DIRECTOR: BILLY WILDER
1960 / 125min / DCP
Jack Lemmon tries to rise in the ranks of a New York insurance company by letting his bosses use his shoebox apartment as a love nest. However his plan is complciated when he falls for elevator operator (Shirley MacLaine).
Badlands

Badlands

DIRECTOR: TERRENCE MALICK
1973 / 94min / 35mm
Inspired by the true crime tale of James Dean wannabe serial killer Charles Starkweather’s multi-state Midwestern spree with girlfriend Caril Ann Fugate.
Andrei Ujica's Out of the Present (Flaherty NYC)

Andrei Ujica's Out of the Present (Flaherty NYC)

DIRECTOR: ANDREI UJICA
1997 / 106min / DCP
A feature documentary from Europe and two short films from the USA explore the space race, public spectacle, and the gaze from afar.
Quarry

Quarry

DIRECTOR: AMRAM NOWAK & MEREDITH MONK
1977 / 82min / DCP
Monk’s meditation on WWII and recurring cycles of intolerance, fascism, and cruelty in history originated in 1976 as a live stage work utilizing elements of music, images, movement, dialogue, film, sound, and light.
Edvard Munch

Edvard Munch

DIRECTOR: PETER WATKINS
1974 / 174min / 35mm
Inspired by Munch’s personal diaries, Watkins’ biopic is a startlingly original exhumation of the artist’s life up until 1908
Valley of the Dolls

Valley of the Dolls

DIRECTOR: MARK ROBSON
1967 / 123min / DCP
Film version of Jacqueline Susann's best-selling novel chronicling the rise and fall of three young women in show business.
Mistress America

Mistress America

DIRECTOR: NOAH BAUMBACH
2015 / 84min / DCP
College freshman Tracy (Lola Kirke) isn’t having the life-changing experience that she’d expected in New York City, so she’s happy to be taken under the wing of her garrulous, free-spirited stepsister-to-be (Greta Gerwig).
Something Wild

Something Wild

DIRECTOR: JONATHAN DEMME
1986 / 114min / 35mm
The Squid and the Whale star Jeff Daniels is a corporate cog just miserable enough to be swept off his feet by Melanie Griffith’s devil-may-care Lulu, who drags him from New York City to rural Pennsylvania.
The Umbrellas of Cherbourg

The Umbrellas of Cherbourg

DIRECTOR: JACQUES DEMY
1964 / 92min / DCP
Jacques Demy’s poignant, particolored all-singing musical tracks the romance between ridiculously good-looking young couple Catherine Deneuve and Nino Castelnuovo but when a war threatens to tear them apart Deneuve must make the ultimate choice.
REMEMBER THE NIGHT

REMEMBER THE NIGHT

DIRECTOR: MITCHELL LEISEN
1940 / 94min / DCP
Collared shoplifter Barbara Stanwyck and Assistant District Attorney Fred MacMurray slide obliviously towards a most unlikely romance after he winds up taking her home to celebrate the holiday with his family.
The Thin Man

The Thin Man

DIRECTOR: W.S. VAN DYKE
1934 / 91min / 35mm
This buoyant and bibulous wonder, based on a Dashiell Hammett novel, introduced the public to William Powell and Myrna Loy’s Nick and Nora Charles, a rich, wry, and riotously drunk married couple who in their spare time get caught up in mysteries alongside their wirehaired terrier, Asta.
CAROL

CAROL

DIRECTOR: TODD HAYNES
2015 / 118min / 35mm
An exchange of glances between Carol and the girl behind the counter (Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara) ignites one of the best romance this century has produced, as Carol Aird begins her slow seduction of the enigmatic Theresa Belivet.
The New World

The New World

DIRECTOR: TERRENCE MALICK
2005 / 135min / 35mm
Newcomer Q’orianka Kilcher, in a revelatory performance, plays Pocahontas opposite Colin Farrell’s Smith, and her free-flowing physicality is followed by the reeling and gamboling camera of DP Emmanuel Lubezki, who here commences a vital collaboration with Malick.
It's A Wonderful Life

It's A Wonderful Life

DIRECTOR: FRANK CAPRA
1946 / 130min / DCP
Capra’s film manages to reveal new shadings of quiet desperation in its depiction of small-town U.S.A., and its conclusion always arrives as a real revelation, a sudden blissful explosion of commonweal and goodwill to save George Bailey.
Phantom Thread

Phantom Thread

DIRECTOR: PAUL THOMAS ANDERSON
2017 / 130min / 35mm
A battle of wills between dressmaker Reynolds Woodcock (Daniel Day-Lewis), his sister, Cyril (Lesley Manville), and his muse, Alma (Vicky Krieps), Anderson’s movie, while only a year old, has already taken on the burnished glow of a classic.
Marriage Story

Marriage Story

DIRECTOR: NOAH BAUMBACH
2019 / 136min / 35mm
The recrimination, lingering love, and sense of shared trauma and affection that lies behind even the most civilized “mutual” breakup is explored in Baumbach’s watershed drama, starring Adam Driver as a New York experimental theater director and Scarlett Johansson as his lead actress and ex-wife-to-be.
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial

DIRECTOR: STEVEN SPIELBERG
1982 / 115min / 35mm
This Thanksgiving, Metrograph revisits this classic story of the friendship that blossoms between a kid named Elliott and an alien whose ship crash-lands in the woods.
EYES WIDE SHUT

EYES WIDE SHUT

DIRECTOR: STANLEY KUBRICK
1999 / 159min / 35mm
Chritsmas lights take on a sinister sheen as Dr. Bill Harford (Tom Cruise) goes on an erotic odyssey in search of a female present willing to be unwrapped.
Uncut Gems

Uncut Gems

DIRECTOR: JOSH & BENNY SAFDIE
2019 / 134min / 35mm
A charismatic jeweler makes a high-stakes bet that could lead to the windfall of a lifetime. In a precarious high-wire act, he must balance business, family and adversaries on all sides in pursuit of the ultimate win.
Where the Wild Things Are

Where the Wild Things Are

DIRECTOR: SPIKE JONZE
2009 / 101min / DCP
Too rowdy and rambunctious at home, sensitive 8-year-old Max makes his escape to a place where the play is a little rougher and the playmates a lot bigger and hairier—an island populated by mischievous monsters for whom self-control is a fully foreign concept, who nominate Max as their king.
New York, New York

New York, New York

DIRECTOR: MARTIN SCORSESE
1977 / 155min / 35mm
Scorsese's 1940s-era genre-deconstructing extravaganza featuring Liza Minnelli & Robert De Niro.