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Foolish Wives

Shot over the course of a budget-busting, 11-month period on enormous and extravagant stage sets, Erich von Stroheim’s lavish spectacle remains one of the sensational works of early Hollywood cinema. With live piano accompaniment by Makia Matsumura on October 7.

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Poetic Justice

John Singleton's romantic drama starring Janet Jackson and Tupac Shakur will be preceded on Friday, 10/6, by a spoken word showcase with poets King Kamayera and Sabreen Jolley in collaboration with community partner African Peach Arts Coalition, and on Saturday, 10/6, by an introduction by the Criterion Collection's Curatorial Director Ashley Clark.

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A Bronx Tale

Join us for 30th anniversary screenings of Robert De Niro’s first and to-date only directorial effort, an adaptation of screenwriter and co-star Chazz Palminteri’s autobiographical one-man stage show about growing up in 1960s New York. Screening on 10/8 preceded by Neha Gautam's short Passenger Seat.

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Slam

Set in the Dodge City section of Washington, D.C., Slam follows Ray (Williams), who hopes his poetry will allow him to find a way out of drug dealing.

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Foolish Wives

Shot over the course of a budget-busting, 11-month period on enormous and extravagant stage sets, Erich von Stroheim’s lavish spectacle remains one of the sensational works of early Hollywood cinema. With live piano accompaniment by Makia Matsumura on October 7.

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A Bronx Tale

Join us for 30th anniversary screenings of Robert De Niro’s first and to-date only directorial effort, an adaptation of screenwriter and co-star Chazz Palminteri’s autobiographical one-man stage show about growing up in 1960s New York. Screening on 10/8 preceded by Neha Gautam's short Passenger Seat.

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Slam

Set in the Dodge City section of Washington, D.C., Slam follows Ray (Williams), who hopes his poetry will allow him to find a way out of drug dealing.

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American Movie

A sleeper hit when it came out in 1999, the scrappy, comic documentary American Movie has aged into an American classic. See it 10/8 and 10/4.

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The Deep Blue Sea 

Terence Davies’s lush, meticulous, and deeply moving 1940s postwar romance starring Rachel Weisz and Tom Hiddleston screens on 35mm on 10/6 and 10/8.

The Zone of Interest

In his chilling, oblique study of evil in Germany during WWII, British director Jonathan Glazer (Under the Skin) has created a singular, unsettlingly timeless representation of inhumanity and our capacity for indifference in the face of atrocity. Screens 10/11.

La Chimera

With her customarily bewitching mixture of earthiness and magical realism, Alice Rohrwacher (Happy as Lazzaro) conjures a marvelous entertainment set in a rural Italy eternally caught between the ancient and the modern. Screens 10/12.

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Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit

Bill Duke’s lively and poignant film is especially memorable for its soundtrack, particularly its epochal appearance by a young Lauryn Hill. On Sunday, 10/15, there will be a family day event featuring karaoke activities with songs from Sister Act 2 and music-related video games for the whole family!