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The classic, Oscar-nominated movie by Spike Lee is set in Brooklyn on the hottest day of the year.
The biggest addition is a new, 99-seat theater in what was once a loading dock, bringing the total number of screens to four.
A conversation with Bruce Goldstein, who has run Film Forum's repertory program for decades, and has a 1970s NYC series coming up.
The decline of the city in the 1970s would inspire homegrown filmmakers, and the Film Forum is screening their films at a 23 day festival.
Food and sex and ramen.
I lived at my sister’s on Cornelia Street. She said, “There’s something going on a couple blocks down that you ought to check out.” It was The Three Penny Opera with Lotte Lenya, and I said, “I don’t even know what this is but it’s great!” I was inspired, so I started writing.
4K is more than two times better than 2K!
The 1975 documentary has been restored, and will come back to select theaters in March.
Let's go to the movies!
New York boasts an embarrassment of riches when it comes to movie theaters. Here are our favorites.
For this week's Staff Picks, we check in with Film Forum's Richard Hutkins to see what he's been watching lately.
The Film Forum is screening Hitchock's Dial M For Murder in its original two-reel 3-D later this month, get your tickets now!
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