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PLAYTIME: Family Matinees

PLAYTIME: Family Matinees

December 23 to February 25
Great movies don’t have age restrictions, so there’s something for everybody and anybody to enjoy at Playtime, including cats and pratfalls, Tramps and Oncles, a sweet songbook, and Rodents of Unusual Size. Every Saturday and Sunday at 11am—bring the family!
Paul Thomas Anderson x 6

Paul Thomas Anderson x 6

January 1 to January 25
In a career spanning a little over twenty years and eight features, Paul Thomas Anderson has established himself as one of a handful of working filmmakers for whom every new release feels like an event, the latest episode in an ongoing drama of artistic challenge, trial, and revelation. We'd like to offer an opportunity to look back at the long, winding road that he’s traveled to his latest pinnacle.
THE ACADEMY AT METROGRAPH

THE ACADEMY AT METROGRAPH

January 11 to February 27
Since 2009, the Academy has conducted a red carpet event for its Governors Awards, presented to individuals in recognition of prestigious lifetime achievements in cinema. This year, four Academy Honorary Awards were presented to recognize four extraordinary bodies of work, those of directors Charles Burnett and Agnès Varda, cinematographer Owen Roizman, and actor Donald Sutherland.
Welcome to Metrograph:<br>A to Z

Welcome to Metrograph:
A to Z

January 12 to February 28
A two-year, alphabetically ordered series that offers films we consider must-sees. The only self-imposed restriction: one film per director.
Visionary Form: Dressing Up for the Screen

Visionary Form: Dressing Up for the Screen

January 14 to March 25
The most iconoclastic collaborations between great filmmakers and designers show how fashion and film can synthesize onscreen to rapturous results. Every Sunday from January through March, Metrograph and M2M will be paying tribute to these high triumphs of style, drawing inspiration from actress-muses who transformed their wardrobe with their individual flair both onscreen and off.
MARTIAL / ART

MARTIAL / ART

January 26 to February 10
Since the earliest days of Chinese moviemaking the wuxia genre has been a fertile playground for filmmakers’ experimentation; this series celebrates some of the most revolutionary reimaginings of the wuxia from Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Mainland China, with work ranging from the baroque and ornate to the deconstructed.
Tell Me: Women Filmmakers, Women's Stories

Tell Me: Women Filmmakers, Women's Stories

February 2 to February 11
“Tell Me” celebrates female filmmakers who took the simple, radical step of allowing women space and time to talk about their lives. Working in idioms from cinema verite to essay film to agitprop, the assembled films all share a startling intimacy between camera and subject.
Valentine’s at Metrograph

Valentine’s at Metrograph

February 9 to February 14
For Valentine’s it’s all about love here at Metrograph, where we pair low-down carnal desire with elevated, spiritual amour.
St. Clair Bourne

St. Clair Bourne

February 16 to February 19
St. Clair Bourne, Harlem-born and Brooklyn-bred, was a towering figure in the documentary film world: a filmmaker, writer, activist, teacher and organizer. In honor of his 75th birthday, Metrograph pays tribute to Bourne’s legacy, from his early days as a producer, director and cameraman for the pioneering series Black Journal to the founding of the Black Documentary Collective (BDC), and the journal Chamba Notes.
Alex Ross Perry

Alex Ross Perry

February 16 to February 18
To complement our run of Alex Ross Perry’s latest, Golden Exits, a roundelay of emotional confrontations and deflections set among the brownstone Brooklyn set, Metrograph is presenting a retrospective of his work thus far.