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How It’s Done

A political media advisor puts out a call for neophyte applicants for political candidacy, and hundreds apply in this dynamic, entertaining, and implicitly damning snapshot of opportunistic populism in action.


Lozinski captures patients in an oncology clinic where they receive chemotherapy. The context and location engender profound reflections and wide-ranging conversation, each frame teeming with life, light, and humor.

Father and Son

On 12/4, Paweł Łoziński introduces the touching film he made with his father, Marcel, documenting a road trip from Warsaw to Paris.

You Have No Idea How Much I Love You

Lozinski’s unwaveringly intimate work documents a triangular psychotherapeutic encounter between a daughter, a mother, and a therapist.

Thirteen Lives

Free screening with director Ron Howard in person! Dir. Ron Howard. 2022, 142 min. DCP. With Viggo Mortensen, Colin Farrell, Joel Edgerton, and Tom Bateman. Story by Don Macpherson and William Nicholson. Screenplay by William ...

Stan Brakhage: 1954–2001

Stan Brakhage made almost 400 films over 51 years, varying in lengths from nine seconds to four and a quarter hours. His finest films are not his best known, according to Fred Camper, who curated this selection screening 1/14.

The Films of Fred Camper

Available once again, only on 16mm per Camper’s wishes, these films demonstrate that Camper is not only one of our most invaluable film critics but also a formidable artist. Screening 1/14.

Maya Deren: Choreographed for Camera

Mark Alice Durant, author of the book Maya Deren: Choreographed for Camera, will present a program exploring Deren’s life and work on 4/22.

New York Arab Festival Short Film Program

This year's program reflects the diverse voices from contemporary Arab filmmakers based in the U.S. or in the larger diaspora who create works that challenge how the region has historically been mapped, presented, and represented.

The Wrong Guy Special Reunion Screening

On 9/3, join us for a special screening of the out-of-print underground comedy classic, which deliriously mixes Hitchcock homage, inspired absurdism, class-conscious parody, and rapid-fire wit, calling to mind its creators and stars' work on The Kids in the Hall, The Simpsons, and SCTV—with Dave Foley, David Higgins, and Jay Kogen in a post-film discussion, moderated by Janeane Garofalo!

No Budget Story

Haralambidis’s debut film, winner of the prestigious FIPRESCI prize at the Istanbul Film Festival, is a refreshing look at Athenian culture at the end of the century.

The Heart of the Beast

Based on a best-selling novel by Petros Tatsopoulos, the film moves between detective film noir, bittersweet comedy, and poetic cinema.

Cheap Smokes

In the most autobiographical of Renos Haralambidis’s films, Nikos, struggling with work, romance, and finding meaningful purpose in life, roams the streets of Athens on a warm summer night looking for love and questioning his existence.

Hollow Tree

At a time of severe environmental crisis, three teenagers come together to face the climate reality in their home state of Louisiana. This special presentation on 11/3 will be followed by a discussion between director Kira Akerman and landscape architect Kate Orff (SCAPE), moderated by filmmaker Kirsten Johnson.