NYC Weekend Watch is our weekly round-up of repertory offerings.
Three by Abel Ferrara—Mary, Go Go Tales, and The Funeral—are on 35mm while the director presents his cut of Welcome to New York; this Friday a 16mm print of Deep Throat and 35mm of The Warriors are both available.
Museum of Modern Art
One of the year’s great retrospectives looks at deep cuts of Shochiku Studios.
A print of Kurosawa’s Kagemusha shows Friday.
35mms print of Brooke Adams-starrer Vengeance Is Mine and Diva screen, while Montgomery Clift is given a retro featuring the greatest of Old Hollywood; Creature from the Black Lagoon plays in 3D this Sunday.
Museum of the Moving Image
Miami Vice and The Insider show on 35mm for “Mann to Mann: The Manly Melodramas of Michael Mann,” while the great DP James Wong Howe is given his dues in a new retrospective.
As the restoration of INLAND EMPIRE continues, Mulholland Dr., Perfect Blue, Paprika, and Enter the Void have late-night showings.
Just in time for Assayas’ new take, Irma Vep shows in “Hong Kong Goes International.”
Anthology Film Archives
Essential Cinema has Dziga Vertov, while a Jim Fletcher retrospective is underway.