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One Cut of the Dead

An independent film crew making a low-budget zombie film encounters real-life zombies in Shinichiro Ueda's fresh and funny comic horror meta-movie—screening July 2 and 10.

Defunct (Apostratos)

In this moving, comic-tinged drama, Aris, a failed young businessman, leaves his yuppie downtown lifestyle behind and moves into his late grandfather's house in a quiet, ultra-conservative Athens suburb of Army retirees.

Holgut

Award-winning filmmaker Liesbeth De Ceulaer’s film explores the mythical wildlife that live, lived, and may one day live again in the Siberian tundra.

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Strictly Ballroom

One of the most successful Australian films of all time, Strictly Ballroom premiered 30 years ago at the Cannes Film Festival, where it introduced the world to the signature stylings of 29-year-old Baz Lurhmann.

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Land of the Dead

omero wraps up his original cycle of zombie films in bombastic fashion with a gory spectacle that sees humanity further surviving the zombie apocalypse by creating a makeshift society away from the menace outside their safe compounds.

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Entre Nos + Swerve

Paola Mendoza and Gloria La Morte's award-winning family drama paired with Lynne Sachs' recent Queens-set short film.

FORMA: A Night of House Music

On July 15, come to the Museum for a very special evening devoted to exploring house music, featuring a panel discussion, dance party, and multiscreen video art presentations.

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Night of the Living Dead (1990)

This remake of George A. Romero’s enduring 1968 masterpiece is a cult classic in its own right thanks to director and makeup legend Tom Savini’s thoughtful approach to the original source material.

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Dawn of the Dead (2004)

Before Synder moved over to big-budget comic book blockbusters, he made his mark in the horror genre with this ambitious remake of Romero’s 1970s zombie classic.

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Entre Nos + Swerve

Paola Mendoza and Gloria La Morte's award-winning family drama paired with Lynne Sachs' recent Queens-set short film.

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Day of the Dead

Marks the reunion of Romero and special effects legend Tom Savini, and together they deliver a picture that pushes the envelope on every level, from body-munching gore to biting social critique.

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