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Star Wars (Special Edition)

Few films have had more of an impact on popular culture than this box office juggernaut, which cannily stirred together elements of early cinema serials, westerns, sci-fi epics, mythological quest narratives, and more.

Star Wars (Special Edition)

Few films have had more of an impact on popular culture than this box office juggernaut, which cannily stirred together elements of early cinema serials, westerns, sci-fi epics, mythological quest narratives, and more.

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Morocco

Dietrich’s nightclub entrance in Morocco as sultry performer Amy Jolly doubled as Dietrich’s indelible entrance into Hollywood.

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The Rescuers

Among the most charming and vividly realized animated features of Disney’s post–Golden Age, this hit adaptation of a series of books by Margery Sharp follows the adventures of the Rescue Aid Society, a group of mice helping international victims in peril.

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Star Wars (Special Edition)

Few films have had more of an impact on popular culture than this box office juggernaut, which cannily stirred together elements of early cinema serials, westerns, sci-fi epics, mythological quest narratives, and more.

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Hellraiser

See Clive Barker’s genre-defining horror classic as part of our Disreputable Cinema series, followed by a book signing with Preston Fassel, author of the new novel Beasts of 42nd Street.

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Blow Out

John Travolta gives one of his strongest performances as a movie sound man in Brian De Palma’s masterful and ambitious variation on Michelangelo Antonioni’s Blow Up.

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The Rescuers

Among the most charming and vividly realized animated features of Disney’s post–Golden Age, this hit adaptation of a series of books by Margery Sharp follows the adventures of the Rescue Aid Society, a group of mice helping international victims in peril.

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Jaws

The summer movie that started it all, this improbable, against-all-odds blockbuster about a New England vacation spot terrorized by a great white shark proved that Spielberg was a force to be reckoned with.

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.

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The Fly

Body horror maestro Cronenberg’s fascination with the limits and possibilities of the flesh, the potentials of technology and science, and humans reaching for godlike power hit its watershed with this horror romance.

Some Came Running

Vincente Minnelli’s phenomenally directed and acted tale of rootlessness in post–World War II starring Frank Sinatra, introduced by Jake Perlin and Michael Koresky as part of a series celebrating the new series about Wes Anderson's inspirations for Asteroid City.

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Jennifer’s Body

Karyn Kusama's teen horror cult favorite, featuring Diablo Cody’s signature droll and idiosyncratic dialogue, is the ultimate ode to toxic femininity. Introduced on May 20 by critic Kyle Turner and followed by a signing of his new book The Queer Film Guide.