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

Museum of Modern Art
Always a highlight of the repertory year, To Save and Project presents the best in restored cinema, this weekend including Luis Buñuel and Tod Browning; a Guillermo del Toro retrospective brings 35mm prints of his features and inspirations.

Museum of the Moving Image
A series on awards-snubbed films begins with Chaplin, Ray, and Hawks; the director’s cut of Donnie Darko plays on Friday.

Film Forum
A Preston Sturges retrospective has begun, while The Conformist screens in a new 4K restoration; The Sin of Harold Diddlebock plays this Sunday on 35mm.

Japan Society
Ramayana: The Legend of Prince Rama screens in a 4K restoration on Friday night.

Roxy Cinema
Lost Highway plays on 35mm Friday and Saturday; “City Dudes” returns Saturday night; Peggy Ahwesh and Keith Sanborn’s The Deadman screens on Sunday.

A series on the Chinese Lunar New Year includes films by Jia Zhangke and more.

Anthology Film Archives
A retrospective of the late, great Fred Ward begins, highlights including Miami Blues and The Right Stuff on 35mm.

IFC Center
28 Days Later, The Craft, A Clockwork OrangeEraserhead, and The Wizard of Oz play.

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