The Rodgers and Hammerstein classic starring Julie Andrews comes to our $6 Family Films series to kick off the holiday season, with two screenings a day Wednesday and Friday through next Thursday. Bring the kids and sing along to all your favorites!
The latest edition of this spectacular and beloved program runs from January 27 – 31 and includes ballet documentary "Joffrey: Mavericks of American Dance," Susan Seidelman's "Musical Chairs," and "Check Your Body at the Door" about the history of house music!
Read the beloved Canadian auteur's hilarious responses to your questions! Maddin will be at the Film Society tonight and tomorrow for "Tales from the Gimli Hospital: Reframed," a special presentation of his debut feature with an all-new LIVE score and narration.
This Tuesday, "50 Years of the New York Film Festival" presents "2 or 3 Things I Know About Her:" a magnificent study of Paris amidst development, as well as a focus on a dubious Parisian housewife.
I’m pretty certain that anyone who has devoted a significant amount of their life to making, writing about, or intensively watching movies has a first-contact backstory somewhere in their childhood. Something, usually a movie (but not always), that planted a seed of curiosity that eventually grew into a full-blown obsession.