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November 2019

Honeyland

November 15 - November 17

This award-winning documentary on a Macedonian beekeeper “is an experiential wonder, a cutting critique on capitalism and a genuine must-see.” – Rolling Stone

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Give Me Liberty

November 15 - December 1

A hapless young Russian American,  reluctantly agrees to ferry his grandfather and a dozen elderly Russians to a funeral. Kirill Mikhanovsky’s hilarious, heartbreaking debut feature is “completely, delightfully unpredictable from scene to scene.” – The NY Times

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Los Reyes (The Kings) – Last Chance!

November 16 - November 17

In this beautiful film, two canines while away the time as life goes on around them.

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Duet for Cannibals

November 22 - December 1

Essayist, novelist, critic, cinephile, and all-around intellectual dynamo Susan Sontag was one of the most important writers and thinkers of the 20th century. She made her directorial debut with the dark comedy Duet For Cannibals. An arrogant ex-revolutionist German intellectual exile, his elegant wife, their Swedish student secretary, and the earnest secretary’s bride-to-be engage in a round of gamesmanship and partner-swapping.  Made in 1969, this 50th anniversary 4K restoration is both an illustrative companion to Sontag’s criticism, and an introduction of…

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December 2019

SYNONYMS

December 6, 2019 - January 13, 2020

In this scorching movie from Nadav Lapid, a young Israeli flees to Paris and tries to transform into a Frenchman. It starts out badly. While he is taking a bath, his clothes are stolen. Yet this young Israeli, who has arrived with such great expectations, will not be dissuaded that easily.

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Downtown 81

December 6 - December 15

As part of our 40th anniversary, we have revisited several films from the our early days. Downtown 81 is a film that we would have shown if it had ever been released. In 1981, writer and Warhol confederate and Interview magazine founder Glenn O’Brien, Swiss photographer Edo Bertoglio, and painter Jean-Michel Basquiat hit the streets of lower Manhattan to make a movie

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