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Friday, May 1 TODAY TOMORROW WEEKEND MONTH

7:00 PM
NEW YORK POLISH FILM FESTIVAL

This screening is part of: NEW YORK POLISH FILM FESTIVAL

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With five nominations for Polish filmmakers, an Oscar for Best Foreign Film, and a Silver Bear at Berlinale, 2015 is already shaping up to be a very special year for Polish cinema! For the past eleven years, the New York Polish Film Festival’s programs have reflected the diverse styles and subjects of Poland’s feature, short, animated, and documentary films.

In light of the recent death of Krzysztof Krauze, and in order to foster awareness of his legacy as a master Polish director, the festival will present a selection of his films, including PAPUSZA (co-directed by Joanna Kos-Krauze), a poetic picture about the Roma poet that features beautiful black-and-white cinematography.

GODS (BOGOWIE), by Łukasz Palkowski, which received the Best Film Award at the Polish Film Festival in Gdynia in 2014, and several acclaimed documentaries, such as PADEREWSKI by Wieslaw Dąbrowski and ACTRESS (AKTORKA) by Kinga Dębska, about the late Elzbieta Czyżewska, will be also showcased.

Special thanks to the Festival’s Official Sponsor, Żywiec Polish Beer, and its Honorary Patrons: the Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in New York and filmmaker Andrzej Wajda.

For more information about The New York Polish Film Festival, and a full schedule, please visit: www.nypff.com, and follow on Facebook by searching “The New York Polish Film Festival”.

Saturday, May 2

4:45 PM
EC: JOSEPH CORNELL, PROGRAM 1

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7:00 PM
EC: JOSEPH CORNELL, PROGRAM 2

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7:00 PM
NEW YORK POLISH FILM FESTIVAL

This screening is part of: NEW YORK POLISH FILM FESTIVAL

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Sunday, May 3

5:30 PM
EC: CONNER / CONRAD

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7:00 PM
NEW YORK POLISH FILM FESTIVAL

This screening is part of: NEW YORK POLISH FILM FESTIVAL

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7:30 PM
TRANSATLANTIC
by FÉLIX DUFOUR-LAPERRIÈRE
2014, 72 min, digital, b&w

This screening is part of: SHOW & TELL

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Tuesday, May 5

7:00 PM,
8:30 PM
JOURNEY TO THE WEST
by Tsai Ming-liang
2014, 56 min, DCP, no dialogue

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Wednesday, May 6

6:00 PM
NEWFILMMAKERS

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7:00 PM,
8:30 PM
JOURNEY TO THE WEST
by Tsai Ming-liang
2014, 56 min, DCP, no dialogue

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Thursday, May 7

7:00 PM,
8:30 PM
JOURNEY TO THE WEST
by Tsai Ming-liang
2014, 56 min, DCP, no dialogue

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Friday, May 8

7:00 PM
AKOUNAK TEDALAT TAHA TAZOUGHAI
by Christopher Kirkley
In Tuareg and French with English subtitles, 2015, 75 min, digital

This screening is part of: RAIN THE COLOR OF BLUE WITH A LITTLE RED IN IT

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8:00 PM
FUORI ORARIO: DISPERSE EXCLAMATORY PHASE (ANARCHIVE)

This screening is part of: THINGS (NEVER) SEEN: A TRIBUTE TO FUORI ORARIO

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9:00 PM
PURPLE RAIN
by Albert Magnoli
1984, 111 min, 35mm

This screening is part of: RAIN THE COLOR OF BLUE WITH A LITTLE RED IN IT

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Saturday, May 9

2:00 PM
FUORI ORARIO: THE TRUTH ABOUT MR. ARKADIN

This screening is part of: THINGS (NEVER) SEEN: A TRIBUTE TO FUORI ORARIO

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4:30 PM
PURPLE RAIN
by Albert Magnoli
1984, 111 min, 35mm

This screening is part of: RAIN THE COLOR OF BLUE WITH A LITTLE RED IN IT

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7:00 PM
AKOUNAK TEDALAT TAHA TAZOUGHAI
by Christopher Kirkley
In Tuareg and French with English subtitles, 2015, 75 min, digital

This screening is part of: RAIN THE COLOR OF BLUE WITH A LITTLE RED IN IT

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8:45 PM
FUORI ORARIO / AFTER HOURS

This screening is part of: THINGS (NEVER) SEEN: A TRIBUTE TO FUORI ORARIO

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9:00 PM
THE HARDER THEY COME
by Perry Henzell
1972, 120 min, 35mm

This screening is part of: RAIN THE COLOR OF BLUE WITH A LITTLE RED IN IT

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Sunday, May 10

3:00 PM
MOI, UN NOIR
by Jean Rouch
In French with English subtitles, 1958, 70 min, 16mm-to-digital

This screening is part of: RAIN THE COLOR OF BLUE WITH A LITTLE RED IN IT

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4:45 PM
JAGUAR
by Jean Rouch
In French with English subtitles, 1957-67, 92 min, 16mm-to-digital

This screening is part of: RAIN THE COLOR OF BLUE WITH A LITTLE RED IN IT

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5:00 PM
FUORI ORARIO: Amir Naderi's CUT
by Amir Naderi
In Japanese with English subtitles, 2011, 133 min, DCP

This screening is part of: THINGS (NEVER) SEEN: A TRIBUTE TO FUORI ORARIO

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7:00 PM
AKOUNAK TEDALAT TAHA TAZOUGHAI
by Christopher Kirkley
In Tuareg and French with English subtitles, 2015, 75 min, digital

This screening is part of: RAIN THE COLOR OF BLUE WITH A LITTLE RED IN IT

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8:00 PM
FUORI ORARIO: DETOUR/RUOTED

This screening is part of: THINGS (NEVER) SEEN: A TRIBUTE TO FUORI ORARIO

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9:00 PM
THE HARDER THEY COME
by Perry Henzell
1972, 120 min, 35mm

This screening is part of: RAIN THE COLOR OF BLUE WITH A LITTLE RED IN IT

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Wednesday, May 13

6:00 PM
NEWFILMMAKERS

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Thursday, May 14

7:30 PM
ELEVATOR REPAIR SERVICE: STANDING BY: GATZ BACKSTAGE
by Shaun Irons
2014, 79 min, digital

This screening is part of: DOWNTOWN NEW YORK THEATER: BEHIND THE SCENES

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Friday, May 15

7:00 PM
EDGE OF DOOM
by Mark Robson
1950, 99 min, 35mm, b&w

This screening is part of: “WRITTEN” BY PHILIP YORDAN

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7:30 PM
NATURE THEATER OF OKLAHOMA: THE GREAT NATURE THEATER OF OKLAHOMA IS CALLING YOU!
by Nature Theater of Oklahoma
2014, 127 min, digital

This screening is part of: DOWNTOWN NEW YORK THEATER: BEHIND THE SCENES

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9:15 PM
BLOWING WILD
by Hugo Fregonese
1953, 90 min, 35mm, b&w

This screening is part of: “WRITTEN” BY PHILIP YORDAN

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Saturday, May 16

4:45 PM
JOHNNY GUITAR
by Nicholas Ray
1954, 110 min, 35mm

This screening is part of: “WRITTEN” BY PHILIP YORDAN

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5:30 PM
EC: EGGELING / CAVALCANTI

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7:15 PM
THE BIG COMBO
by Joseph H. Lewis
1955, 84 min, 35mm, b&w

This screening is part of: “WRITTEN” BY PHILIP YORDAN

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7:30 PM
THE WOOSTER GROUP

This screening is part of: DOWNTOWN NEW YORK THEATER: BEHIND THE SCENES

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9:15 PM
THE DARK SIDE TO LOVE (aka DEATH WISH CLUB, aka GRETTA)
by John Carr
1984, 85 min, 35mm-to-digital

This screening is part of: “WRITTEN” BY PHILIP YORDAN

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Sunday, May 17

4:30 PM
MEN IN WAR
by Anthony Mann
1957, 102 min, 35mm, b&w

This screening is part of: “WRITTEN” BY PHILIP YORDAN

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5:45 PM
EC: MAYA DEREN

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6:45 PM
NO DOWN PAYMENT
by Martin Ritt
1957, 105 min, 35mm, b&w

This screening is part of: “WRITTEN” BY PHILIP YORDAN

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7:30 PM
ELEVATOR REPAIR SERVICE: STANDING BY: GATZ BACKSTAGE
by Shaun Irons
2014, 79 min, digital

This screening is part of: DOWNTOWN NEW YORK THEATER: BEHIND THE SCENES

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9:00 PM
THE BRAVADOS
by Henry King
1958, 98 min, 35mm

This screening is part of: “WRITTEN” BY PHILIP YORDAN

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Monday, May 18

7:00 PM
DAY OF THE OUTLAW
by André de Toth
1959, 92 min, 35mm, b&w

This screening is part of: “WRITTEN” BY PHILIP YORDAN

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9:00 PM
EDGE OF DOOM
by Mark Robson
1950, 99 min, 35mm, b&w

This screening is part of: “WRITTEN” BY PHILIP YORDAN

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Tuesday, May 19

7:00 PM
JOHNNY GUITAR
by Nicholas Ray
1954, 110 min, 35mm

This screening is part of: “WRITTEN” BY PHILIP YORDAN

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9:15 PM
STUDS LONIGAN
by Irving Lerner
1960, 95 min, 35mm, b&w

This screening is part of: “WRITTEN” BY PHILIP YORDAN

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Wednesday, May 20

6:00 PM
NEWFILMMAKERS

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7:00 PM
THE BRAVADOS
by Henry King
1958, 98 min, 35mm

This screening is part of: “WRITTEN” BY PHILIP YORDAN

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9:15 PM
THE BIG COMBO
by Joseph H. Lewis
1955, 84 min, 35mm, b&w

This screening is part of: “WRITTEN” BY PHILIP YORDAN

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Thursday, May 21

7:00 PM
BLOWING WILD
by Hugo Fregonese
1953, 90 min, 35mm, b&w

This screening is part of: “WRITTEN” BY PHILIP YORDAN

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7:30 PM
KATY MARTIN

This screening is part of: RE-VISIONS: AMERICAN EXPERIMENTAL FILM 1975-90

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9:00 PM
THE DARK SIDE TO LOVE (aka DEATH WISH CLUB, aka GRETTA)
by John Carr
1984, 85 min, 35mm-to-digital

This screening is part of: “WRITTEN” BY PHILIP YORDAN

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Friday, May 22

7:00 PM
MEN IN WAR
by Anthony Mann
1957, 102 min, 35mm, b&w

This screening is part of: “WRITTEN” BY PHILIP YORDAN

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9:15 PM
JOHNNY GUITAR
by Nicholas Ray
1954, 110 min, 35mm

This screening is part of: “WRITTEN” BY PHILIP YORDAN

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Saturday, May 23

4:45 PM
EDGE OF DOOM
by Mark Robson
1950, 99 min, 35mm, b&w

This screening is part of: “WRITTEN” BY PHILIP YORDAN

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7:00 PM
THE DARK SIDE TO LOVE (aka DEATH WISH CLUB, aka GRETTA)
by John Carr
1984, 85 min, 35mm-to-digital

This screening is part of: “WRITTEN” BY PHILIP YORDAN

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9:00 PM
NO DOWN PAYMENT
by Martin Ritt
1957, 105 min, 35mm, b&w

This screening is part of: “WRITTEN” BY PHILIP YORDAN

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Sunday, May 24

4:45 PM
THE BRAVADOS
by Henry King
1958, 98 min, 35mm

This screening is part of: “WRITTEN” BY PHILIP YORDAN

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7:00 PM
STUDS LONIGAN
by Irving Lerner
1960, 95 min, 35mm, b&w

This screening is part of: “WRITTEN” BY PHILIP YORDAN

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9:00 PM
DAY OF THE OUTLAW
by André de Toth
1959, 92 min, 35mm, b&w

This screening is part of: “WRITTEN” BY PHILIP YORDAN

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Tuesday, May 26

7:00 PM
NYWIFT: A CRY FROM WITHIN
by Deborah Twiss
2014, 96 min, digital

This screening is part of: NEW YORK WOMEN IN FILM & TELEVISION PRESENTS

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Wednesday, May 27

6:00 PM
NEWFILMMAKERS

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Friday, May 29

7:00 PM
M
by Joseph Losey
1951, 88 min, 35mm, b&w

This screening is part of: THIS IS CELLULOID: 35MM

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7:30 PM
EC: EARTH
by Alexandr Dovzhenko
With Russian intertitles (English synopsis available), 1929-30, 82 min, 35mm, b&w, silent

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9:00 PM
THE MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH
by Roger Corman
1964, 89 min, 35mm

This screening is part of: THIS IS CELLULOID: 35MM

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Saturday, May 30

4:30 PM
THE LAST WAGON
by Delmer Daves
1956, 98 min, 35mm

This screening is part of: THIS IS CELLULOID: 35MM

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6:45 PM
SHE WORE A YELLOW RIBBON
by John Ford
1949, 103 min, 35mm

This screening is part of: THIS IS CELLULOID: 35MM

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7:30 PM
EC: ARSENAL
by Alexandr Dovzhenko
With Russian intertitles (English synopsis available), 1928-29, 87 min, 35mm, b&w, silent

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9:00 PM
THE CRANES ARE FLYING
by Mikhail Kalatozov
In Russian with English subtitles, 1957, 95 min, 35mm, b&w

This screening is part of: THIS IS CELLULOID: 35MM

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Sunday, May 31

5:00 PM
HOPPITY GOES TO TOWN aka MR. BUG GOES TO TOWN
by Dave Fleischer
1941, 78 min, 35mm

This screening is part of: THIS IS CELLULOID: 35MM

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6:45 PM
THE WORLD IN HIS ARMS
by Raoul Walsh
1952, 104 min, 35mm

This screening is part of: THIS IS CELLULOID: 35MM

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7:30 PM
EC: ZVENIGORA
by Alexandr Dovzhenko
With Russian intertitles (English synopsis available), 1928, 96 min, 35mm, b&w, silent

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9:00 PM
MOONFLEET
by Fritz Lang
1955, 89 min, 35mm

This screening is part of: THIS IS CELLULOID: 35MM

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