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City Lights

Investing two years and two million dollars, Chaplin dared to make a silent picture four years after synchronized sound revolutionized cinema—and created his masterpiece. See it on the big screen 1/21 & 1/22!

Geographies of Solitude

Screening on 1/27, as part of Science on Screen, one of the most acclaimed documentaries of 2022, set on the legendary Sable Island, known for its herd of wild horses, unparalleled population of grey seals, and shipwrecks.

The Moon Palace

Qiu’s remarkable debut is an experimental black-and-white documentary portrait of his father.

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In a Lonely Place

This moody and electrifying thriller with Humphrey Bogart and directed by Nicholas Ray, master of the fifties melodrama about troubled masculinity, is among Hollywood’s darkest character studies.

Artist in Conversation: sTo Len

On January 28, artist sTo Len will be in conversation with Assistant Curator of Public Programs Tiffany Joy Butler to discuss his artistic practice of remixing DSNY’s media archives and his residency at the New York Department of Sanitation. 

Madame

This vibrant portrait of trans performer ‘Bilan de Linphel’ (birth name Fan Qihui) is both intimate and exhilaratingly expansive.

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Make Way for Tomorrow

Dir. Leo McCarey. 1937, 92 mins. 35mm. With Beulah Bondi, Victor Moore, Thomas Mitchell, Fay Bainter. When McCarey won the Best Director Oscar in 1937 for his sparkling screwball comedy The Awful Truth, he stood ...

My Mother’s Rhapsody

This thoroughly entertaining film is Qiu’s expansive family chronicle, a documentary in the form of an art-folk tale.

My Friend, Lefterakis

Replete with intrigue and hilarious surprises, this classic, beloved farce from Greece's famed Finos Film studio concerns a woman who devises a devilish plan to expose her husband's cheating ways.

Mr. Zhang Believes

Qiu’s brilliant fiction-documentary hybrid is based on the life of Zhang Xianchi, a so-called “rightist” persecuted for his unorthodox beliefs.

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Make Way for Tomorrow

Dir. Leo McCarey. 1937, 92 mins. 35mm. With Beulah Bondi, Victor Moore, Thomas Mitchell, Fay Bainter. When McCarey won the Best Director Oscar in 1937 for his sparkling screwball comedy The Awful Truth, he stood ...