Mardis Gras isn’t just for New Orleans anymore. On Tuesday, March 8th, all are welcome at a Mardis Gras Ball hosted by pizza pioneers Two Boots at Le Poisson Rouge as a benefit for the Lower East Side Girl’s Club.
Matt Porterfield’s acclaimed and beautiful film Putty Hill played at our Kickstarter Film Festival last summer. Now it’s playing at Cinema Village in NYC. Go see it this weekend.
The quirky, charming hamster comedy (you read that correctly) Etienne!, which played our Summer Series last year, is now on DVD.
We are screening Zeina Durra’s The Imperialists are Still Alive at the Ace Hotel on Sunday, February 13, and Zeina will be there for a Q and A after the screening, but we sent her some questions about the film in advance, and here they are…
Peter Hartlaub of the San Francisco Chronicle said, “If you were ever wondering what Die Hard would have been like if Neil LaBute directed it as an art film, prepare to enjoy Lovers of Hate.” Lucky for you it opens in NYC this Friday.
Cold Weather, filmmaker Aaron Katz’s intelligent and exhilarating new indie mystery, was a huge hit when we screened it at the Ace Hotel in January. It’s no mystery why. Go see it Friday at the IFC Center.
Union Docs and Rooftop Films present TnT (Titles and Trailers), an evening of exploration into whether titles and trailer sequences be works of art in and of themselves. This Saturday, 7:30pm at Union Docs.