NYC Weekend Watch is our weekly round-up of repertory offerings.
Film at Lincoln Center
Claire Denis’ masterful first feature Chocolat has been restored in 4K and begins a run.
Anthology Film Archives
“Working Girl(s)” highlights the working woman, spanning Lizzie Borden’s Born in Flames to Mike Nichols’ Working Girl, while a series curated by Borden gets underway.
After Hours screens on Sunday with a Griffin Dunne Q&A to follow.
The Sorrow and the Pity begins a run; Lou Ye’s Suzhou River continues showing in a 4K restoration while Song of the Sea plays this Sunday.
The Todd Solondz retro continues with 35mm showings of Palindromes and Life During Wartime, while Wiener-Dog also shows; a puppet program plays on 16mm this Sunday.
Museum of the Moving Image
Miyazaki’s Ponyo plays Saturday and Sunday; Argento’s Deep Red plays Saturday.
House, Akira, and Rosemary’s Baby have screenings, while Showgirls plays on 35mm.