If you have a chance, don't walk but run to Lincoln Center to see Jacques Tati's Playtime at the Walter Reade Theater. There's a restored 70mm print (the only French film to be made in 70 mm), and Gothamist hears it's gloriouis. Playtime has Tati's Monsieur Hulot trapped within Paris, and Tati constructed his own "cinema town" (aka "Tativille) in Ile de France, made up of modern buildings and artificial light, specifically for the 1967 film. Today is the last day of Playtime screenings, with showtime of 1, 3:30, 6:15 & 8:45.

Playtime was released on DVD by Criterion in 2001, but it needs to be reissued; also, there is a question about whether that DVD's transfer is any good. And Tativille is the offical Jacques Tati site.