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Clueless

The sleeper smash of summer 1995, set in a fashion-forward Beverly Hills high school, transcended its satirical take on SoCal privilege to become an iconic, ironic lexicon for nineties teen living.

Marx Brothers Double Feature

Two classic films starring the Marx Brothers filmed in Queens at the legendary Paramount Astoria studios between 1929 and 1930.

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Hoop Dreams

Called “the great American documentary” by Roger Ebert, and routinely listed among the all-time best films, Hoop Dreams is an intimate epic that follows two talented young men over six life-shaping years.

The Microcosmos of Fungi

This program of short films employs a range of cinematic techniques to reveal the surprisingly animate world beneath our feet. With filmmaker Maya Han and New York Mycological Society president Sigrid Jakob in person!

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Thelma & Louise

Thelma & Louise has become a catchphrase unto itself, yet the experience of the film remains as radical, full-throated, and unusually bold as ever, right through to its daring final moments. 

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I Saw the TV Glow

Jane Schoenbrun’s follow-up to the visionary We’re All Going to the World’s Fair ups the ante on suburban angst, creating an eerily beautiful metaphorical evocation of the trans experience and the ways in which popular culture and media both comfort and betray us. Screening 6/21–6/30.

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Bound

Three years before The Matrix transformed the aesthetic of action cinema forever, the Wachowskis burst onto the scene with this gripping, intensely physical neonoir.

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Hoop Dreams

Called “the great American documentary” by Roger Ebert, and routinely listed among the all-time best films, Hoop Dreams is an intimate epic that follows two talented young men over six life-shaping years.

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Clueless

The sleeper smash of summer 1995, set in a fashion-forward Beverly Hills high school, transcended its satirical take on SoCal privilege to become an iconic, ironic lexicon for nineties teen living.