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LOOK >> Jean-Luc Godard: a life in pictures
WATCH >> Sidney Lumet interview on “Making Movies”

WATCH >> Sidney Lumet interview on “Making Movies”

“I don’t think anyone, anybody good really knows when the work is gonna turn out good. It’s a question of preparing the ground, in such a way, that the lucky accident can happen. You just prepare the ground so that the piece can take on a life of its own and run away with it.”

GO TO >> Sept 3, National Cinema Day

GO TO >> Sept 3, National Cinema Day

Saturday, September 3rd, enjoy $3 movie tickets in celebration of National Cinema Day.
Check your local listings for participating theaters nationwide.

GO TO >> A Tribute To Robert & Irwin Young @ Metrograph NYC

GO TO >> A Tribute To Robert & Irwin Young @ Metrograph NYC

Metrograph pays tribute to filmmakers and activists Robert and Irwin Young. Their father Al Young, founded DuArt, the NYC film processing lab. Irwin Young took over his fathers duties at DuArt, prioritizing projects by passionate but cash-strapped indie filmmakers, including Fessenden with HABIT and many other GEP films.

WATCH >> David Gulpilil retrospective now streaming

WATCH >> David Gulpilil retrospective now streaming

David Gulpilil, the late, legendary Yolngu actor who, beginning as a teenager with his very first film role in Nicolas Roeg’s WALKABOUT, redefined the the way that Indigenous people were represented in Australian cinema and became an international ambassador for the resilience and dignity of his culture.

GO TO >> Late Nights: Miami Heat @ Metrograph NYC
WATCH >> James Caan looks back on Michael Mann’s THIEF

WATCH >> James Caan looks back on Michael Mann’s THIEF

“I don’t mean to put writers down because without them, there’s no tale, but the words are pretty much secondary. I mean, they’re important to start the thing off, but when you look at film, it’s all about behavior. It’s real life, it’s something real, you’re not just talking words.”

BUY >> The Twilight World: A Novel by Werner Herzog

BUY >> The Twilight World: A Novel by Werner Herzog

The great filmmaker Werner Herzog, in his first novel, tells the incredible story of Hiroo Onoda,
a Japanese soldier who defended a small island in the Philippines for
twenty-nine years after the end of World War II.
WATCH >> Martin Scorsese’s Life Story
GO TO >> The Films of Mike Leigh at Lincoln Center NYC
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