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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 sneak preview of new episodes from HBO’s acclaimed comedy-drama.
A retrospective showcasing the visionary auteur’s unique brand of pulp poetry and urban noir.
This Civil War-set story of two brothers is “an instant-classic Western” (The New Yorker).
This charming romantic comedy classic sparkles with timeless wit and sophistication.
BAMcinématek conjures spellbinding films devoted to the mythic proto-feminist icon.
A four-day series showcasing Poland’s best new films.
Lelouch’s latest is a sexy, stylish throwback to the golden age of movie romance.
BAMcinématek presents a pair of newly restored French masterpieces.
This "genre-busting festival" (The New York Times) showcases cutting-edge film and video.
Edward Yang’s sweeping coming-of-age epic is one of the towering masterpieces of the 90s.
Wes Craven’s ingenious slasher satire subverts the genre while delivering the gory goods.
This feel-good classic follows the fortunes of the first all-female baseball league.
A group of “at risk” teenagers experience the power of creative intervention.
A series of provocative films of the 50s, 60s, and 70s championed by Evergreen Review.
BAMcinématek pays tribute to visionary director Chantal Akerman.
Jesse Eisenberg and Isabelle Huppert star in this drama about a family grappling with loss.
A real-life thriller about vigilantes on the Mexico-US border.
Brooklyn's premier showcase for black cinema returns for its sixth year.
Iconic actress Anna Karina appears in conversation with a screening of A Woman Is a Woman.
This series explores the long affair between real life romance and dating as told by movies.
Ousmane Sembène’s landmark of African cinema is a seminal film about race and colonialism.