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Don’t Eat the Pictures

Shot on-site at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and made in collaboration with the museum’s own office of film and television, this Sesame Street special was nominated for a primetime Emmy and won France’s 1984 Prix Jeunesse/International. Screening 11/18, 11/19. and 11/24.

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Hale County This Morning, This Evening 

This inspired and intimate portrait of a place and its people witnesses the lives of Daniel Collins and Quincy Bryant, two young African American men from rural Hale County, Alabama, over the course of five years.

Black Stone

An overprotective mother engages a film crew working on a documentary about absentee civil servants, mistakenly believing they can help find her missing civil servant son.

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Manakamana

Composed of eleven long hypnotic shots, this transfixing ethnographic documentary follows various pilgrims and tourists as they travel to and from a Nepalese temple via a cable car suspended high over a mountain jungle.

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Carlito’s Way

See De Palma’s astonishingly well-crafted gangster tale, a kinetic reteaming of the director and star of Scarface, on 11/17 and 11/19.

Macario

Mexico Now pays homage to renowned TV, theater, and film actor Ignacio López Tarso with a screening of the supernatural drama that launched the actor to international fame and was the first Mexican work to be nominated for an Oscar. With author Susana López Aranda (López Tarso’s daughter) in person.