From Fosse to Pakula, Here’s What You Should Be Seeing in New York This Weekend

Sundays may be a “wan, stuff shadow of a robust Saturday” or a day of “forced leisure for folks who have no aptitude for leisure,” according to Tom Robbins, but a weekend is still a weekend. The pleasure of a Friday night, the knowing the burdens of work week have a brief respite carry themselves into the following two days of leisure, and what better way to indulge in that leisure than heading to the cinema.

And this weekend, there are more than enough wonderful films showing around New York for you to disappear into. Whether it’s  your favorite music or the latest Kore-eda, there’s surely something to satisfy every cinematic appetite. I’ve founded up the best of what’s playing around the city, so peruse our list, and enjoy.

IFC CENTER

All the President’s Men
2013 Sundance Shorts
Jurassic Park
Los Angeles Plays Itself
Maidentrip
Run & Jump
Night of the Living Dead
Stranger by the Lake
A Touch of Sin
Blue is the Warmest Color
Like Father, like Son

MUSEUM OF THE MOVING IMAGE

All That Jazz
The Sound of Music
Love Me Tonight
GiGi

THE FILM SOCIETY OF LINCOLN CENTER

No Rest for the Brave
Stranger by the Lake
The King of Escape
Papirosen
That Old Dream That Moves
Time Has Come
Sunshine for the Scoundrels

BAM

Inside Llewyn Davis
Her
American Hustle
The Wolf of Wall Street

NITEHAWK

Top Gun
August: Osage County
The Breakfast Club
Winged Migration
Dallas Buyers Club
The Hudsucker Proxy

ANTHOLOGY FILM ARCHIVES

I Was Born But..
Chinatown on Screen: Two Cold Nights in New York
The Rules of the Game
There Was a Father

FILM FORUM

The Past
Generation War
My Darling Clementine
The King and I

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