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Christian Petzold’s remarkable new film, Phoenix, is the latest in a long line of movies influenced by Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo. Nearly six decades after its release, this towering 1958 masterpiece continues to tantalize filmmakers with its many potent themes: erotic obsession, identity, doubles, and the link between sex and death. BAMcinématek presents a series of rich, fascinating works in which Vertigo’s shadow looms large.
Co-curated by C. Mason Wells
Hitchcock’s masterpiece is "the greatest film of all time" (Sight & Sound).
Roy Scheider is a paranoid secret agent in this taut, Hitchcockian thriller.
Verhoeven’s notoriously kinky postmodern thriller starring Michael Douglas and Sharon Stone.
An aspiring actress is sucked into the nightmare underbelly of Hollywood’s Dream Factory.
Jean-Paul Belmondo and Catherine Deneuve star in Truffaut’s tale of romantic obsession.
A detective falls in love with a painting of a dead woman in this haunting noir mystery.
Visionary director Chantal Akerman offers a mesmerizing take on Proust's La Prisonnière.
Preston Sturges’ blackest of black comedies is his most elegant creation.
This hypnotic meditation on the act of looking is "pure pleasure" (The Village Voice).
A bracing feminist noir set at a Times Square porn theater in the 80s.
Italian giallo maestro Lucio Fulci creates a psychedelic homage to Vertigo.
An agent travels back in time to prevent a terror attack in this action tour-de-force.
This program brings together wondrous experimental works from Chris Marker and Ernie Gehr.
Terry Gilliam unleashes a grungy, gonzo riff on Chris Marker’s La Jetée.
Jenni Olson muses on queer desire and suicide in this entrancing ode to San Francisco.
Brian De Palma offers a delirious riff on Hitchcock’s Vertigo in this florid thriller.
This sublime essay film is one of the towering achievements of Marker’s career.
Vertigo stars James Stewart and Kim Novak reteamed for this enchanting romantic fantasy.
Frank Sinatra is a singer caught between two women in this Rodgers and Hart musical.
A painter falls in love with an ethereal young woman who may have died decades earlier.
Vertigo meets 70s sexploitation at its most far out in this soft-core brainteaser.
Pulp auteur Larry Cohen’s lurid thriller offers a sleazy take on Hitchcockian malice.
Mel Brooks sends up every Hitchcockian trick in the book in this manic satire.
A concentration camp survivor searches for her husband in Christian Petzold's melodrama.