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With a slew of continuing series and Best Pictures winners screening, you can make sure your weekend is chock full of classics at your NYC local theaters.
Friday, February 28th
Single White Female (1992)
12:25 am (same time Saturday)
You think you have it bad with your roommate? Try living with Jennifer Jason Leigh. Perhaps one of the most underrated villains of all time, Hedy Carlson will not only steal your shoes and your hairstyle, she’ll kill your fiance and any business prospects you might have to totally ensure ruining your life.
Saturday, March 1st
Rear Window (1957)
1:00 pm 3:15 pm 5:30 pm 7:45 pm (also screening March 11th)
Part of the ongoing series The Complete Hitchcock, see James Stewart spy on his shady neighbor with a little help from Grace Kelly. While other directors at the time were busy glorifying Manhattan, Hitchcock was more interested in showing the ominous side.
Hannah Takes the Stairs (2007)
Museum of the Moving Image
Part of the series A Swanberg Sampler, TFF alum Joe Swanberg (Drinking Buddies) will be in person this Saturday for a special screening of his love letter to twenty-somethings everywhere starring indie darlings Greta Gerwig and Mark Duplass.
Sunday, March 2nd
How Green Was My Valley (1941)
It’s Oscar Sunday and what better way to spend your afternoon than catching up on pastime award-winners. See John Ford’s Best Picture winner in 35mm.
Eyes Wide Shut (1999)
Kubrick’s final mind-bending, onion-like narrative, based on Arthur Schnitzler’s Dream Story, is being highlighted as part of the series entitled Vienna Unveiled: A City in Cinema. Don’t worry – it’s the uncut version.