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BAMcinématek presents classic films, premieres, festivals, and retrospectives, with appearances by filmmakers, actors, and critics.
"The four screening rooms nestled into a stately palace on Lafayette Avenue provide a year-round menu of new independent releases and smartly programmed series." —A.O. Scott, The New York Times
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A propulsive documentary about visionary choreographer Ohad Naharin.
One of classic Hollywood’s greatest weepies screens alongside Ozu’s exquisite remake.
A behind-the-scenes look at the staging of a modern dance masterwork.
Carole Lombard and Jack Benny star in Ernst Lubitsch’s sparkling World War II-era satire.
Jordan Peele curates a series of films designed to get you ready to Get Out.
An urgent, on-the-ground look at the struggle for racial and economic equality in the UK.
BAMcinématek presents a double dose of truly revolutionary cinema by these renegade auteurs.
Edward Yang’s long unavailable second feature is a touchstone of the Taiwanese New Wave.
This "genre-busting festival" (The New York Times) showcases cutting-edge film and video.
BAMcinématek highlights the work of one of America’s most versatile screen actors.
A gut punching, guerrilla exposé from the frontlines of China’s human rights struggle.
What happened to Grenada’s short-lived socialist revolution?
BAMcinématek explores the relentlessly probing work of Anne-Marie Miéville.
A poignant, dreamily impressionistic tribute to avant-garde visionary Arthur Russell.
To mark the release of Damion Searls’ new biography of Hermann Rorshach, The Inkblots, BAMcinématek revisits two of the best of these vintage psycho-shockers.
Travel the open roads of Wim Wenders’ trio of ‘70s masterpieces.