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100 Years of Movie Dates

A nervy BAMcinématek series tracks the bumpy evolution of human courtship.

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Chris Marker and the Lining of Forgetting

May 3, 2016

Still gaining historical and cinematic context, Marker’s great LA JETÉE has aged very well.

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Women Within, Women Without

May 2, 2016
COMMUNE

Perhaps the first step toward considering female characters as ‘just people’ is to read their stories differently.

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The Radical Left’s Hollywood Heyday

May 1, 2016

Airing out the films and ideas stifled by the Blacklist in RED HOLLYWOOD.

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Through the Prism with Jodie Mack

April 30, 2016
LET YOUR LIGHT SHINE

‘Music without a meter is like a movie without a story.’

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Rebels, Outlaws and Carlo Lizzani

April 29, 2016

Lizzani smuggled political commentary into popular genre films with revolutionary flair.

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Video: What’s the Best Cinematography of All Time?

April 28, 2016 | 14 Comments

One critic’s personal poll.

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Life and Death in Akira Kurosawa’s Post-War Japan

April 28, 2016

In a century defined by two powerful eras of Hollywood studio moviemaking, Kurosawa is a centrifugal force in the valley between.

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Video: Terrence Malick’s City Symphony

April 27, 2016 | One Comment
KNIGHT OF CUPS

Reframing KNIGHT OF CUPS, with inspiration from the cinematic poetry of the 1920s.

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The Unabashed Hobbyist

April 27, 2016 | 2 Comments

Home-movie maestro Ephraim Horowitz takes his place in film history.

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Fassbinder’s Prescient Neo-Noir of VR

April 26, 2016

WORLD ON A WIRE: cryogenically frozen, but still fresh.

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Video: What We Do in the Mirrors

April 26, 2016

Women cry, men smash. Right?

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Peter Coyote Is and Isn’t Retired

April 25, 2016

‘I can’t think of anything cheesier than an actor writing two memoirs.’