We’re pleased to present some of Film Movement's new DCP restorations of cult favorites from around the globe, including Takeshi Kitano's VIOLENT COP and BOILING POINT and Ettore Scola's UGLY, DIRTY AND BAD, as well as KAMIKAZE 89, starring noted director Rainer Werner Fassbinder.
Bastille Day, also known as French National Day, is as good a time as any to revisit the country’s rich contribution to cinema, including old favorites (from such directors as Jacques Tati, Henri-Georges Clouzot, Jacques Demy and Jean-Luc Godard) and an advance screening of the new film from Maïwenn, MY KING.
We salute one of the most memorable actors to come to prominence in the New Hollywood of the 1970s with a new restoration of PRIVATE PROPERTY and some of Warren Oates' best performances for such directors as Sam Peckinpah (THE WILD BUNCH) and Monte Hellman (TWO-LANE BLACKTOP).
As the weather heats up, we offer a seasonal variation on Cinematic Void, our monthly spotlight on cult films and oddball gems of all genres. The summer version of our mondo movie nights - Camp Void - features Italian zombies, disco godfathers, blood-thirsty slashers and other gross, grisly and garish characters.