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This historic avant-garde venue screens over 900 films a year, preserves 25, publishes books and DVDs and hosts talks from scholars. It is located at Second Avenue and 2nd Street, in a former courthouse. Close to major transportation. Wheelchair accessible with assistance and advanced notice.
Dir. Stan Brakhage. Film shorts (1958-1963).
Dir. Stan Brakhage (1961-1964).
Dir. Stan Brakhage (1964-1965).
Film shorts (2012).
Dir. Pier Paolo Pasolini (1971).
The girls first appear clumped together within a dark room. Yinging is 10 years old, Zhenzhen six, Fenfen four. Light comes from a nearby fire, and a competition soon emerges over which girl can best make a fire. The trio divides and reunites as... More »
At nearly four hours, this crash course in the life and work of experimental-cinema pioneer Peter Kubelka is roughly four times longer than Kubelka's lifelong output. That is, if you measure him by finished films—Kubelka remains something more... More »
Jonas Mekas has played many roles in his life—poet, student, political prisoner, Lithuanian exile, film critic (the Voice's first), publisher, canon-builder, polemicist, Romantic, friend, husband, father. For over half a century he has recorded... More »
Forever on fire with fear of God, unburdened by literacy or expectations of a life that might extend past the thirties, ruled by day and night and the world's great silence, the medieval mind is as alien to us today as the mad or damaged one.... More »
Hey girl. It's not just about pictures of Ryan Gosling with pithy captions superimposed. Feminist porn is much, much more. Sex-positive pornographer Tristan Taormino will strip the genre down to its supple, aroused, bare-naked principles today at... More »
Anthology Film Archives might be located in a desanctified courthouse and officially consecrated to the most rarefied expressions of cinematic art, but the atmosphere is wildly eclectic and the programming excitingly nonjudgmental: High, low, old, new, obscure, pop, the good, the bad, and the ugly. The venue alternates selections from its collection of avant-garde classics (the so-called Essential Cinema) with epic Chinese documentaries or obscure examples of the new Mexican... More »
If you're wary of catching an Xtube virus and are looking for cleaner digs than whatever's left of Times Square's naughty picture joints, CineKink NYC is there for you. Each February, this festival provides the means for you to ditch the laptop and the privacy of your own home, and enjoy kinky film the way it's meant to be enjoyed--in the company of strangers, of course. Taking place at the mostly sterile Anthology Film Archives, where the sticky stuff on the floor is only someone's... More »
As a meet-cute backdrop, the Anthology Film Archives has a certain locker-room charm--the musty smell, the linoleum floors, the deserted-pep-rally vibe of the main theater, with its rump-averse bucket seats. But those seats are welded together, so where else do the maneuverings of fellow grumpy bottoms so directly affect your cinema studies? More to the point, Anthology's gratifyingly diverse, esoteric lineups attract hip, fetching Downtown kids; they roam in small packs, and there's... More »
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