NYC Weekend Watch is our weekly round-up of repertory offerings.
A 35mm-heavy David Cronenberg retro is underway, with Dead Ringers playing Friday and Naked Lunch on Sunday; a print of The Blair Witch Project plays Saturday; on Sunday a 16mm double-bill programmed by J. Hoberman will screen.
Johnnie To’s The Heroic Trio plays in a restoration as the Gaspar Noé retrospective continues; the new restorations of INLAND EMPIRE and Mississippi Masala continue; Mulholland Dr., Perfect Blue, Scanners, and Paprika have late-night showings.
Museum of the Moving Image
The great DP James Wong Howe is given his dues in a new retrospective.
Alexandria Smith has curated a packed series, while films by Rossellini, Pedro Costa, and Nicholas Ray screen in “Metrograph A to Z“; Face/Off and Mission: Impossible II screen in “Hong Kong Goes International“; Spirited Away and Whisper of the Heart screen in a Ghibli series.
Anthology Film Archives
On Thursday, David Weathersby’s It’s Different in Chicago will screen with cocktail and bites accompanying.