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

In the coming weeks everything from Upstream Color and Room 237 to The Place Beyond the Pines and Simon Killer will finally see their theatrical release. But in the meantime, this weekend is so packed with incredible films screening all over the city, there is absolutely no reason not to try and indulge. There’s IFC’s massive Stanley Kubrick retrospective, showing all 13 of his feature films from The Killing to Eyes Wide Shut, Film Forum’s beautiful print of Heaven’s Gate, and many, many more. So if you’ve had a long and hellish week and need nothing more than to escape into a dark anonymous theatre and sink into a another world, this is the perfect time do so. And after all, what else are weekeends for? So to get you prepared for what’s in store, here’s a roundup of the best films playing throughout the city. Enjoy.

 

 

Musuem of the Moving Image

Trash Humpers
Viridiana
Fuses, with The Bed and Fly
Titicut Follies

 

 

Film Forum

Heaven’s Gate
M
Eden
The Gatekeepers
Young Frankenstein

 

 

IFC Center

A Clockwork Orange
2001: A Space Odyssey
Gimme the Loot
Killer’s Kiss
Leviathan
The Holy Mountain
The Shining
The We and the I
Top Gun
The Killing
Lolita
Eyes Wide Shut
Dr. Strangelove
Beyond the Hills

 

 

Landmark Sunshine

Citizen Kane
The Sahppires
Stoker
Beasts of the Southern Wild
Upside Down

 

 

Nitehawk Cinema

Streets of Fire
Spring Breakers
Freaks
Stoker

 

 

Film Society Lincoln Center

From Up on Poppy Hill
My Brother the Devil
Mon Oncle
ND/NF Shorts Program

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