NYC Weekend Watch is our weekly round-up of repertory offerings.
Film at Lincoln Center
As the 4K restoration of Keane opens (read our interview with Lodge Kerrigan here) and Three Colors: Blue continues alongside Three Colors: White, the series “Animating Funny Pages” shows the inspiration of Owen Kline’s new feature—work by Robert Downey Sr, Frank Tashlin, and more.
To mark the great Alain Resnias’ centennial, a massive retrospective continues with Marienbad, Hiroshima, Je t’aime, je t’aime, and some of his lesser-seen (but no less great) features—Mélo, Stavisky, Love Unto Death, and Life is a Bed of Roses.
Museum of the Moving Image
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Licorice Pizza, and Sleeping Beauty all play on 70mm this weekend, while one of cinema’s most unsung heroes—women in Australian cinema—get their due in a new retrospective.
Anthology Film Archives
The 4K Daisies restoration has begun, while a series on Los Angeles films is underway, including Blade Runner and the new restoration of Heat; Lost Highway continues; The Shining, Alien, Aliens, Raiders of the Lost Ark, and Taxi Driver have late showings.