NYC Weekend Watch is our weekly round-up of repertory offerings.

Museum of Modern Art
A massive run of Luis Buñuel’s Mexican films begins; “To Save and Project,” continues.

Film at Lincoln Center
Never Look Away: Serge Daney’s Radical 1970s” brings films by Tati, Samuel FullerNicholas Ray (x2), Godard, Straub-Huillet, Pasolini, and more.

Film Forum
SAPPH-O-RAMA” highlights lesbian cinema with films by Chantal Akerman, Lizzie Borden, Ulrike Ottinger, Yvonne Rainer, Celine Sciamma, and more; a 4K restoration of The PianistI Heard It Through the Grapevine, and The Third Man continue; a print of Calamity Jane plays on Sunday.

IFC Center
As Francis Ford Coppola’s latest recut, One from the Heart: Reprise, continues, Bertrand Bonello’s masterpiece Coma gets a New York premiere and a Dario Argento series begins; Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar plays late.

Roxy Cinema
Cronenberg’s Crash and Keith McNally’s End of Night show on prints.

Museum of the Moving Image
A retrospective of snubbed performances brings films by De PalmaHitchcock (x2), and more; The Lawnmower Man plays on Friday and Six Degrees of Separation screens this Sunday

Anthology Film Archives
Martha Coolidge’s Not a Pretty Picture, newly restored, begins a run..

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