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Formerly the Waverly Theater, the IFC Center has carried on the art-house cinema tradition in Greenwich Village for decades. The theater is famous for its midnight screenings of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Five cinemas screen a variety of independent, foreign, and documentary features. Organic popcorn is available at the full concession stand. IFC Center is a short walk from the West 4th Street subway station.
10:35 AM, 11:05 AM, 11:55 AM, 12:15 PM, 12:45 PM, 1:35 PM, 2:15 PM, 2:45 PM, 3:35 PM, 4:15 PM, 4:45 PM, 5:05 PM, 5:35 PM, 6:20 PM, 6:50 PM, 7:10 PM, 7:40 PM, 8:25 PM, 8:55 PM, 9:15 PM, 9:45 PM, 10:25 PM, 11:10 PM
Olivier Assayas's gorgeous, freewheeling, semi-autobiographical Something in the Air is an ode to both youth's universal qualities and the specifics of Assayas's youth in particular. The picture opens in the suburbs just outside Paris in 1971,... More »
Olivier Assayas's gorgeous, freewheeling, semi-autobiographical Something in the Air is an ode to both youth's universal qualities and the specifics of Assayas's youth in particular. The picture opens in the suburbs just outside Paris in 1971, among a group of teenage students still energized by the explosive student and worker protests of May 1968. The movie's better and more descriptive French title is Après mai ("After May"): These kids came along too late for the most exciting part of the revolution but have no way of knowing it. They’re still in the moment, throwing Molotov cocktails in the direction of a better future. Our first glimpse of Laure (Carol Combes), the sort-of girlfriend of the lead, Gilles (Clément Métayer), is of her tripping down a verdant country road in a gauzy granny dress and flat, delicate sandals; it's less like a standard movie shot than a memory that has dissolved over time only to reassemble itself more vivid and beautiful than ever. The whole movie feels that way. Shot by Assayas's frequent collaborator Eric Gautier, it unfolds in a place and time that's both real and unreal, corporeal and ghostly. Assayas is attuned to the convictions that seize young people and the half-articulated dreams that slip out of their grasp, and he tells his story in visuals and music more than in dialogue. Something in the Air is all about drifting—its story doesn't advance so much as glide from here to there, from Paris to Italy, from green-gray city streets to yellow-green country fields. « Less
Dir. Mel Brooks (1987).
Dir. Terry Gilliam (2009).
Dir. Peter Whitehead and Mick Gochanour (1966).
Dir. Brett Morgen and Nanette Burstein (1999). W/director Brett Morgen in person.
Dir. Mel Brooks (1974).
New York is a cruel and beautiful place, just as 27 is a cruel and beautiful age. In Frances Ha, Greta Gerwig plays a woman who's feeling the weight of both. Frances is an aspiring dancer who has reached the age when "aspiring" really means not... More »
Java Heat's title refers not to hot coffee but to the Indonesian island, though caffeine is certainly recommended to make it through this tepid buddy-cop action flick. In Java, American Jake Travers (Kellan Lutz) is questioned about the bombing... More »
In One Track Heart, after reciting a spiritualist maxim about servitude or self-abnegation or the like, Krishna Das has the unfortunate habit of letting his gaze linger on the camera, eyebrows raised, head just perceptibly nodding as if to say,... More »
Say what you will about Jim Baker, also known as Yod, Yahowha, Father, and then just plain God to his tribe of hippie acolytes in Los Angeles's so-called Source Family, but the man had the hair for the job. Zeus himself might envy the pillowy,... More »
Young people are lovely in ways they can't comprehend until years later. Yesterday's haircut straight out of Scooby-Doo becomes tomorrow's despondent comb-over. With the advent of varicose veins, the pale, dimpled legs you once hated now seem in... More »
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