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Beat Street

The Harry Belafonte–produced, Arthur Baker–scored Beat Street made a bigger impact globally than Breakin' and has aged much better as both a Black-led musical and an invaluable document of early ’80s hip-hop culture in New York.

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The Watermelon Woman

For her wildly assured and wonderful 1996 feature, multihyphenate Dunye dives into a meta-cinematic world of cultural history, self-interrogation, cinematic dialectics, and sex and romance.

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Raiders of the Lost Ark

The film that introduced Indiana Jones to the world remains one of the most exciting films of all time, a perfectly engineered roller coaster that functions as both a winking homage to the action serials of director Spielberg’s childhood and a singular adventure in its own right.

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The Wiz

June 17–19, join us for the beloved musical, featuring a dazzling all Black cast and iconic images of 1970s New York City that transform the ruins of the 1964 World’s Fair in Flushing Meadows Corona Park into a magical cityscape.

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Beat Street

The Harry Belafonte–produced, Arthur Baker–scored Beat Street made a bigger impact globally than Breakin' and has aged much better as both a Black-led musical and an invaluable document of early ’80s hip-hop culture in New York.

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E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial

Spielberg’s enduring masterpiece, one of the most wondrous and deeply touching of all science-fiction movies, screens 6/23, 6/25 & 7/1.

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Querelle

Fassbinder's final completed film, an adaptation of Jean Genet’s novel Querelle de Brest, packs his sexual energy and ambivalence into a powder keg, with Brad Davis as a classic Genet character.

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32 Sounds

A cinematic experience truly unlike any other, 32 Sounds investigates the mysterious nature of perception and the subtle yet radical politics that arise from sensation and being present in one’s body. 

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The Great Muppet Caper

Jim Henson’s feature directorial debut brings the Muppets to England, where reporters Kermit and Fozzie (and their photographer Gonzo) are tracking down jewel thieves who have set their sights on the incredibly valuable Baseball Diamond.

MENASA Pride Month Shorts Showcase

On June 24, for pride month, we collaborate with Brown Girls Doc Mafia and Slamdance to present an all-queer Muslim documentary extravaganza. These shorts reflect the beautiful kaleidoscope of queer MENASA people, asserting our existence, connection, and joy.

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The Green Ray (Le rayon vert)

One of the great movies set during summertime, Eric Rohmer’s emotionally complex yet intensely satisfying tale deals with the anxieties and pleasures of that elusive thing known as vacation.

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The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms

This pivotal 1950s monster movie influenced generations of genre films, including the Godzilla franchise, with its tremendous stop-motion special effects created by the legendary Ray Harryhausen.