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Show time Wednesday, February 10 @ 7pm
Show time Wednesday, February 24 @ 7pm
Show time Wednesday, March 9 @ 7pm
Roman Polanski, in adapting David Ives’s off-Broadway play to Paris (and in French), casts Mathieu Amalric (looking strikingly like Polanski himself) as the playwright-director and Emmanuelle Seigner (his wife) as the actress applying for a role: the effect is dazzling, sizzling, and morbidly funny, a theatrical Rubik’s cube of shifting identities and likenesses.1 hour, 36 minutes. In French; subtitled.
Show time Wednesday, March 23 @ 7pm
Show time Wednesday,April 6 @ 7pm
This semi-autobiographical film is what director Wim Wenders created when his production of the film Hammett was forced into a year-long hiatus by its executive producer, Francis Ford Coppola. In The State of Things, the film-within-the-film being shot is not Hammett but a sci-fi flick on the coast of Portugal. Patrick Bauchau is the Wenders stand-in, legendary director Sam Fuller plays the cinematographer, and Allen Garfield does a wonderful riff on a paranoid, RV-driving Coppola-type mogul. A brilliant meditation on the web of deceit and hubris that is the cinema. 2 hours, 1 minute. Black and white.
Show time Wednesday, April 20 @ 7pm
Show time Wednesday, May 4 @ 7pm
Chilean director Sebastián Silva (The Maid; Crystal Fairy & the Magical Cactus) also stars as a gay Brooklyn artist in this sharp and surprisingly horrific yuppie satire about friends (Kristen Wiig and Tunde Adebimpe), sperm donors and gentrification. 1 hour, 40 minutes.
Show time Wednesday, May 18 @ 7pm