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Thursday 26, May

Spider (35mm)

Spider (35mm)

Thursday 26, May

Dead Ringers (35mm)

Dead Ringers (35mm)

Thursday 26, May

Friday 27, May

The Dead Zone (35mm)

The Dead Zone (35mm)

Friday 27, May

A Night with Desire (Music Videos and Performance)

A Night with Desire (Music Videos and Performance)

Friday 27, May

Desire Presents: Drive (35mm)

Desire Presents: Drive (35mm)

Friday 27, May

Saturday 28, May

Cosmopolis (35mm)

Cosmopolis (35mm)

RRated R for some strong sexual content including graphic nudity, violence and language

Saturday 28, May

The Dead Zone (35mm)

The Dead Zone (35mm)

Saturday 28, May

Bad Vibes: The Short Films of Jimmy Joe Roche

Bad Vibes: The Short Films of Jimmy Joe Roche

Saturday 28, May

City Dudes

City Dudes

Saturday 28, May

Sunday 29, May

Everything Everywhere All at Once

Everything Everywhere All at Once

Rfor some violence, sexual material and language.

Sunday 29, May

Lux Æterna

Lux Æterna

Sunday 29, May

Cosmopolis (35mm)

Cosmopolis (35mm)

RRated R for some strong sexual content including graphic nudity, violence and language

Sunday 29, May

The Dead Zone (35mm)

The Dead Zone (35mm)

Sunday 29, May

Monday 30, May

Eastern Promises

Eastern Promises

Rfor strong brutal and bloody violence, some graphic sexuality, language and nudity

Monday 30, May

Crimes of the Future (35mm)

Crimes of the Future (35mm)

Monday 30, May

Wednesday 1, June

Shivers (35mm)

Shivers (35mm)

Wednesday 1, June

Thursday 2, June

Lux Æterna

Lux Æterna

Thursday 2, June

M. Butterfly (35mm)

M. Butterfly (35mm)

Thursday 2, June

Friday 3, June

Hamilton's Pharmacopeia + Q&A with Hamilton Morris

Hamilton's Pharmacopeia + Q&A with Hamilton Morris

Friday 3, June

Freakscene: The Story of Dinosaur Jr.

Freakscene: The Story of Dinosaur Jr.

Friday 3, June

Saturday 4, June

Lux Æterna

Lux Æterna

Saturday 4, June

Everything Everywhere All at Once

Everything Everywhere All at Once

Rfor some violence, sexual material and language.

Saturday 4, June

Wild at Heart (35mm)

Wild at Heart (35mm)

R

Saturday 4, June

Shivers (35mm)

Shivers (35mm)

Saturday 4, June

Sunday 5, June

Everything Everywhere All at Once

Everything Everywhere All at Once

Rfor some violence, sexual material and language.

Sunday 5, June

Lux Æterna

Lux Æterna

Sunday 5, June

M. Butterfly (35mm)

M. Butterfly (35mm)

Sunday 5, June

Saturday 11, June

Mary (35mm)

Mary (35mm)

Saturday 11, June

The Funeral (35mm)

The Funeral (35mm)

Saturday 11, June

Go Go Tales (35mm)

Go Go Tales (35mm)

Saturday 11, June

Welcome to New York (Dir. Cut) + Q&A

Welcome to New York (Dir. Cut) + Q&A

RRated R for strong sexuality, graphic nudity, a rape and language

Saturday 11, June

Sunday 12, June

Mary (35mm)

Mary (35mm)

Sunday 12, June

Go Go Tales (35mm)

Go Go Tales (35mm)

Sunday 12, June

The Funeral (35mm)

The Funeral (35mm)

Sunday 12, June

Welcome to New York (Dir. Cut) + Q&A

Welcome to New York (Dir. Cut) + Q&A

RRated R for strong sexuality, graphic nudity, a rape and language

Sunday 12, June

Wednesday 15, June

The Warriors (35mm)

The Warriors (35mm)

Wednesday 15, June

Thursday 16, June

Ali (35mm)

Ali (35mm)

Thursday 16, June

Bad Boys II (35mm)

Bad Boys II (35mm)

Thursday 16, June

Friday 17, June

In the Soup (35mm) + Q&A with Alexandre Rockwell

In the Soup (35mm) + Q&A with Alexandre Rockwell

Friday 17, June

Videodrome

Videodrome

R

Friday 17, June

The Fly (35mm)

The Fly (35mm)

Friday 17, June

Saturday 18, June

Neptune Frost

Neptune Frost

Saturday 18, June

Videodrome

Videodrome

R

Saturday 18, June

Vigilante (35mm)

Vigilante (35mm)

Saturday 18, June

The Warriors (35mm)

The Warriors (35mm)

Saturday 18, June

Sunday 19, June

Neptune Frost

Neptune Frost

Sunday 19, June

Ali (35mm)

Ali (35mm)

Sunday 19, June

The Fly (35mm)

The Fly (35mm)

Sunday 19, June

Wednesday 22, June

Vigilante (35mm)

Vigilante (35mm)

Wednesday 22, June

The Warriors (35mm)

The Warriors (35mm)

Wednesday 22, June

Friday 24, June

Scanners (35mm) + Q&A with Stephen Lack

Scanners (35mm) + Q&A with Stephen Lack

R

Friday 24, June

Saturday 25, June

Happening

Happening

Rfor disturbing material/images, sexual content and graphic nudity.

Saturday 25, June

A Night with Desire (Music Videos and Performance)

A Night with Desire (Music Videos and Performance)

Roxy Cinema presents A Night with Desire (Megan Louise and Johnny Jewel), including music video screenings and live performance.

Friday 27, May

Ali (35mm)

Ali (35mm)

A biography of sports legend Muhammad Ali, focusing on his triumphs and controversies between 1964 and 1974.

Thursday 16, June

Sunday 19, June

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Bad Boys II (35mm)

Bad Boys II (35mm)

Two loose-cannon narcotics cops investigate the flow of Ecstasy into Florida from a Cuban drug cartel.

Thursday 16, June

Bad Vibes: The Short Films of Jimmy Joe Roche

Bad Vibes: The Short Films of Jimmy Joe Roche

Since the early 2000s, Baltimore-based filmmaker and video artist Jimmy Joe Roche has built a unique body of unnerving and hilarious short-form work. Frequently collaborating with musician Dan Deacon and drawing on influences as divergent as the dream-logic of Maya Deren and the body-horror of David Cronenberg, Roche’s work employs digital glitches, hand-damaged film negatives, and confrontational performance in the service of a singular 21st Century psychedelic cinema. Following the shorts program: a conversation with Jimmy Joe Roche and close collaborator Dan Deacon, moderated by Sean Price Williams.

Saturday 28, May

City Dudes

City Dudes

City Dudes is the new monthly “blindfolded” screening series at the Roxy Cinema TriBeCa curated and hosted by the American cinematographer Sean Price Williams and the American writer Nick Pinkerton. Might could be they’ll have the occasional Exciting Guest on-hand as well.

Saturday 28, May

Cosmopolis (35mm)

Cosmopolis (35mm)

RRated R for some strong sexual content including graphic nudity, violence and language

Riding across Manhattan in a stretch limo in order to get a haircut, a 28-year-old billionaire asset manager's day devolves into an odyssey with a cast of characters that start to tear his world apart.

Saturday 28, May

Sunday 29, May

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Crimes of the Future (35mm)

Crimes of the Future (35mm)

Crimes of the Future details the wanderings of Tripod (Mlodzik), sometime director of a dermatological clinic called the House of Skin, who is searching for his mentor, the mad dermatologist Antoine Rouge. Rouge has disappeared following a catastrophic plague resulting from cosmetic products, which has killed the entire population of sexually mature women.

Monday 30, May

Dead Ringers (35mm)

Dead Ringers (35mm)

Twin gynecologists take full advantage of the fact that nobody can tell them apart, until their relationship begins to deteriorate over a woman.

Thursday 26, May

Desire Presents: Drive (35mm)

Desire Presents: Drive (35mm)

Introduced by Desire. An action drama about a mysterious Hollywood stuntman and mechanic who moonlights as a getaway driver, and finds himself in trouble when he helps out his neighbor.

Friday 27, May

Eastern Promises

Eastern Promises

Rfor strong brutal and bloody violence, some graphic sexuality, language and nudity

A teenager who dies during childbirth leaves clues in her journal that could tie her child to a rape involving a violent Russian mob family.

Monday 30, May

Everything Everywhere All at Once

Everything Everywhere All at Once

Rfor some violence, sexual material and language.

Directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, collectively known as Daniels, the film is a hilarious and big-hearted sci-fi action adventure about an exhausted Chinese American woman (Michelle Yeoh) who can't seem to finish her taxes.

Sunday 29, May

Saturday 4, June

Sunday 5, June

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Freakscene: The Story of Dinosaur Jr.

Freakscene: The Story of Dinosaur Jr.

FREAKSCENE THE STORY OF DINOSAUR JR. is a homage of one of the most influential bands on the American East Coast, which inspired the rock scene – including Nirvana and Sonic Youth – in the 1990s. Their style and unmistakable sound, later referred as “Grunge”, laid the foundation for the entire “Slacker” culture of Generation X. It is also the story of the eloquent and eccentric guitarist and bandleader J. Mascis, the bassist Lou Barlow and drummer Murph and a band that insanely does not talk to each other. Communication takes place exclusively through music. Philipp Reichenheim nevertheless manages to make the closed and shy icons speak. An emotional, tragically funny and sometimes noisy rollercoaster ride by a dysfunctional family – Dinosaur Jr. Through several decades, the film offers rare insights into the crazy everyday life of the band and illuminates the inner workings of a cult band from its beginnings in the 1980s and 90s to the present day.

Friday 3, June

Go Go Tales (35mm)

Go Go Tales (35mm)

A screwball comedy centered on a Manhattan go-go dancing club, where a financial struggle between the owner, his accountant and his silent partner brother threatens the business's future.

Saturday 11, June

Sunday 12, June

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Hamilton's Pharmacopeia + Q&A with Hamilton Morris

Hamilton's Pharmacopeia + Q&A with Hamilton Morris

Cooking Crank with Uncle Fester (2021, 38MIN) Hamilton Morris comes to Green Bay, Wisconsin. The home of infamous, clandestine chemist & author of various books such as 'Secrets of Methamphetamine Manufacture', 'Practical LSD manufacture', and dozens more.. Uncle Fester. A Positive Methamphetamine Story (S03 E02, originally aired 1/11/21, 43MIN) Hamilton explores the simultaneous chemically seductive and insidiously dangerous world of crystal methamphetamine. A drug that has by rule of economics become one of the world's most popular ones. Q&A following screenings

Friday 3, June

Happening

Happening

Rfor disturbing material/images, sexual content and graphic nudity.

Based on Annie Ernaux’s semi-autobiographical novel, Happening follows Annie, a bright young student who faces an unwanted pregnancy while abortion was still illegal in 1960s France.

Saturday 25, June

In the Soup (35mm) + Q&A with Alexandre Rockwell

In the Soup (35mm) + Q&A with Alexandre Rockwell

Q&A with director Alexandre Rockwell following screening. New Yorker Adolpho Rollo is your classic head-movie auteur. In his mind, he's creating deathless classics of the screen. Back in the real world, he can't pay the rent on the downtown grothole he calls home.

Friday 17, June

Lux Æterna

Lux Æterna

Two actresses, Béatrice Dalle and Charlotte Gainsbourg, are on a film set telling stories about witches - but that's not all. 'Lux Æterna' is also an essay on cinema, the love of film, and on-set hysterics. (52 minutes) Preceded by Pier Paolo Pasolini's 1966 short La Ricotta (33 minutes)

Sunday 29, May

Thursday 2, June

Saturday 4, June

Sunday 5, June

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M. Butterfly (35mm)

M. Butterfly (35mm)

In 1960s China, French diplomat Rene Gallimard falls in love with an opera singer, Song Liling - but Song is not at all who Gallimard thinks.

Thursday 2, June

Sunday 5, June

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Mary (35mm)

Mary (35mm)

Following the shooting of a film on the life of Jesus, the actress who plays Mary Magdalene takes refuge in Jerusalem in search of the truth behind the story, while the film's director returns to New York to aggressively promote the film.

Saturday 11, June

Sunday 12, June

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Neptune Frost

Neptune Frost

Multi-hyphenate, multidisciplinary artist Saul Williams brings his unique dynamism to this Afrofuturist vision, a sci-fi punk musical that’s a visually wondrous amalgamation of themes, ideas, and songs that Williams has explored in his work, notably his 2016 album MartyrLoserKing. Co- directed with his partner, the Rwandan-born artist Anisia Uzeyman, the film takes place amidst the hilltops of Burundi, where a collective of computer hackers emerges from within a coltan mining community, a result of the romance between a miner and an intersex runaway. Set between states of being—past and present, dream and waking life, colonized and free, male and female, memory and prescience—Neptune Frost is an invigorating and empowering direct download to the cerebral cortex and a call to reclaim technology for progressive political ends.

Saturday 18, June

Sunday 19, June

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Scanners (35mm) + Q&A with Stephen Lack

Scanners (35mm) + Q&A with Stephen Lack

R

A scientist sends a man with extraordinary psychic powers to hunt others like him. Q&A with Stephen Lack following screening.

Friday 24, June

Shivers (35mm)

Shivers (35mm)

The residents of a suburban high-rise apartment building are being infected by a strain of parasites that turn them into mindless, sex-crazed fiends intent on spreading their strange affliction.

Wednesday 1, June

Saturday 4, June

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Spider (35mm)

Spider (35mm)

A mentally disturbed man takes residence in a halfway house. His mind gradually slips back into the realm created by his illness, where he replays a key part of his childhood.

Thursday 26, May

The Dead Zone (35mm)

The Dead Zone (35mm)

A man awakens from a coma to discover he has a psychic ability.

Friday 27, May

Saturday 28, May

Sunday 29, May

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The Fly (35mm)

The Fly (35mm)

A brilliant but eccentric scientist begins to transform into a giant man/fly hybrid after one of his experiments goes horribly wrong.

Friday 17, June

Sunday 19, June

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The Funeral (35mm)

The Funeral (35mm)

After the funeral of one of their own, a criminal family decides to embark on an emotionally unnerving journey in an attempt to exact bloody revenge.

Saturday 11, June

Sunday 12, June

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The Warriors (35mm)

The Warriors (35mm)

A turf battle between New York City street gangs that rages from Coney Island to the Bronx. The Warriors are mistakenly fingered for the killing of a gang leader. Soon they have every gang in the city out to get revenge and they must make their way across the city to their own turf.

Wednesday 15, June

Saturday 18, June

Wednesday 22, June

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Videodrome

Videodrome

R

A sleazy cable-TV programmer begins to see his life and the future of media spin out of control in a very unusual fashion when he acquires a new kind of programming for his station.

Friday 17, June

Saturday 18, June

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Vigilante (35mm)

Vigilante (35mm)

Q&A with director William Lustig follow 6/18 screening. An outraged family man (Robert Forster) joins a co-worker's (Fred Williamson) vigilantes against a New York street gang.

Saturday 18, June

Wednesday 22, June

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Welcome to New York (Dir. Cut) + Q&A

Welcome to New York (Dir. Cut) + Q&A

RRated R for strong sexuality, graphic nudity, a rape and language

Q&A with Abel Ferrara following both screenings. Mr. Devereaux is a powerful man. A man who handles billions of dollars every day. A man who controls the economic fate of nations. A man driven by a frenzied and unbridled sexual hunger. A man who dreamed of saving the world and who cannot save himself. A terrified man. A lost man.

Saturday 11, June

Sunday 12, June

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Wild at Heart (35mm)

Wild at Heart (35mm)

R

With the success of Blue Velvet and the Twin Peaks pilot bolstering his career, David Lynch’s 1990 Wild At Heart finds the director at his most fearless, a mood that suits the film’s young, love-crazed couple. Adapted from a novel by Barry Gifford and starring a Nicolas Cage (before he slipped into self-parody but still delightfully nutzo) and a never sexier Laura Dern, Wild At Heart is Lynch’s love-letter to The Wizard of Oz, Elvis Presley, road movies and the power of reckless love. Supporting the lustful couple is a stellar cast featuring Harry Dean Stanton, Willem Dafoe (at his all-time creepy best), Crispin Glover, Isabella Rosellini (herself romantically linked to Lynch at the time) and Laura Dern’s real-life mother Diane Ladd in a wonderfully histrionic villain role. Despite some explosive violence and truly unsettling moments, it’s the most traditionally “fun” of Lynch’s catalog, one that doesn’t sacrifice an ounce of his trademark surrealism or pitch black sensibility.

Saturday 4, June