From Douglas Sirk to Orson Welles, Here’s What You Should Be Seeing This Weekend in New York

Well, it’s Thursday and although the week has flown by faster than expected, it’s been a tough one. The weather’s been pleasant and hopefully helping to keep our collective spirit from plummeting into a dark abyss, and come tomorrow night you have two full days to focus on what’s truly important—movies. No, but movies do provide a nice escape from life and with a plethora of great films, both new and old, to choose from, I would suggest grabbing yourself some discount candy in bulk and heading to the cinema. I’ve rounded up for you the best in what’s playing this weekend in New York so peruse and the list and enjoy.

 

IFC Center

Errors of the Human Body
Portrait of Jason
 
 

Film Forum

Deceptive Practice: Mysteries and Mentors of Ricky Jay
Un Flic
Andre Gregory: Before and After Dinner
 
 

 

Landmark Sunshine

In the House
The Angel’s Share
The Place Beyond the Pines
The Fifth Element
 
 

Nitehawk Cinema

F for Fake
Trance 
Showgirls
Fear and Loathing
Room 237
 
 

MoMA

Kalifornia
Forget Me Not
The Mortal Storm
Oh Boy
 
 

Film Society Lincoln Center

Upstream Color
No Place on Earth
To the Wonder
Dancing Across Borders
The Land of Wandering Souls
 
 

Museum of the Moving Image

Tomboy
An Evening with Chris Milk
Rose (Roza)
Corpo Celeste
 
 

BAM

Written on the Wind
MagnifIcent Obsession
All That Heaven Allows
Trashed
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