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

Well, it’s finally Friday and before you retreat to your bed or bar, it’s probably in your best interest to hit up a few of the wonderful films showing this weekend first. If you missed last night’s screening of Upstream Color at Lincoln Center, don’t panic, there’s still another showing before it’s theatrical release next Friday. And if you’re still deep into the IFC-induced Kubrick craze, what a better time to see Room 237, which is screening at multiple theaters this weekend alongside The Shining. Today also marks the premiere of Derek Cianfrance’s tragic epic The Place Beyond the Pines, which is certainly not to be missed. In addition, some of your other favorites from Leviathan to Stoker are still playing, as well as a sprinkling of classics from Hitchcock to Godard. I’ve rounded up the best films showing around the city for you to peruse and enjoy.

 

 

IFC CENTER

Room 237
The Shining
Robocop
The We and the I
The Holy Mountain
Leviathan
Welcome to the Punch
Gimme the Loot

 

Landmark Sunshine

The Place Beyond the Pines
Stoker
The Sapphires
The Manson Family

 

Musuem of the Moving Image

2 or 3 Things I Know About Her
Le Boneheur
Fata Morgana

 

Nitehawk Cinema

Spring Breakers
Raising Cain
Girls Just Want to Have Fun
Requiem for a Vampire

 

Film Society Lincoln Center

Upstream Color
Our Nixon
Roon 237
Stories We Tell
The Shining

 

Film Forum

Dial M for Murder
The Gatekeepers
Eden
Easter Parade

 

Lincoln Plaza Cinema

Beyond the Hills
Ginger and Rosa
Hava Nagila

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