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

Lincoln Center

As the 60th New York Film Festival launches, so does Revivals—having a banner year with Canyon Passage, Drylongso, Le Damier, The Long Farewell, and (my most-anticipated) Glauber Rocha’s Black God, White Devil.

Roxy Cinema

Mishima and Light Sleeper screen on 35mm throughout the weekend; a print of Godard’s King Lear continues, while 1 p.m. screens on 16mm this Sunday.


Wayne Wang’s Life is Cheap…But Toilet Paper is Expensive debuts a restored director’s cut. Along with seeing it this weekend, watch a clip below.

Museum of the Moving Image

A packed weekend for The Caan Film Festival is headlined by Thief and a print of Bottle Rocket.

Film Forum

The 4K restorations of Truffaut’s Antoine Doinel series continue, as does Breathless on 35mm; Princess Mononoke screens this Sunday.

IFC Center

World of Wong Kar-wai” returns; VideodromePulp FictionBlue VelvetPurple Rain, and The Silence of the Lambs also play.

Anthology Film Archives

A retrospective of Colombian filmmaker Luis Ospina is underway while “Essential Cinema” has Eisenstein and Epstein; Jonas Mekas programs run.

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