– Film Fanatic’s Guide –
For horror hounds…
Dismember the Alamo
Oct 19, Alamo Drafthouse Yonkers
While we can’t tell you exactly what films will screen during this mega-popular all-day marathon with a secret lineup, we can say it will include some of the most eye-popping, blood curdling 35mm flicks out there.
For art-house aficionados…
Sept 10, Jacob Burns Film Center
Legendary director Marcel Camus forever altered art-house cinema with this lush 1959 retelling of the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice.
The Virgin Suicides
Oct 23, Jacob Burns Film Center
Sofia Coppola presents this haunting 1999 drama following five troubled sisters and starring Kirsten Dunst, James Woods, and Kathleen Turner.
In a Lonely Place
Sept 11, Jacob Burns Film Center
Step back in time with this involving noir directed by famed auteur Nicholas Ray in which a screenwriter played by Humphrey Bogart and a beautiful young woman (Gloria Grahame) grapple with their shadowy pasts.
For bio buffs…
Sept 25, 28, The Avon
Take a deep dive into the tumultuous life of artist Pablo Picasso in this celebrated documentary that examines his early years, focusing on both his Pink and Blue Periods.
For ’90s nerds…
Sept 24, Bedford Playhouse
Bedford Playhouse president John Farr will introduce and lead a brief discussion prior to a screening of Quentin Tarantino’s 1994 mega-hit about a duo of introspective hitmen played by John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson.
For fans of the fabulous…
Sept 4, The Alamo Drafthouse Yonkers
Catch a live drag show accompanied by a screening of Stephen King’s 1976 horror flick starring Sissy Spacek about a high schooler with very special powers.
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