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Anthology Film Archives  Preserving & presenting films made by visionaries, radicals, independents, and auteurs—with a focus on films that are overlooked, forgotten or ignored

First day of summer! ☀️ ⠀

Still from Marie Menken's Go! Go! Go! (1963) preserved by Anthology Film Archives!⠀

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Ingmar Bergman's FÅRÖ DOCUMENT and FÅRÖ DOCUMENT 1979 screen Mon and Tues in Documentarists for a Day! "Not often screened, the films comprise a rich testament to not only a specific time and place but also to the ebb and flow of any natural environment: how people cultivate land, both literally and perhaps spiritually."- Indiewire

Join us for Show & Tell: Carlos Gonzalez, Fri, June 22! “[Gonzalez’s] astonishing home videos…were like Tarkovsky had been channeled through the Kuchar Brothers and thrown up on a public access station.” –THE COMICS JOURNAL

“Build your film on white, on silence and on stillness”—Robert Bresson.

See seven of this master's films—six on 35mm!—for FREE as a member!
#EssentialCinema: Robert Bresson, June 22—30!
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See films by master animator Robert Breer tomorrow in #EssentialCinema! Free for members!
The program includes many films preserved by Anthology!

#RobertBreer #animation #film #anthologypreservations

Coming up in #EssentialCinema: Robert Bresson, June 22 - 30!
Seven films by Bresson—six on 35mm!

Details at bit.ly/essentialcinema

Ingmar Bergman, Orson Welles, Claire Denis, Raúl Ruiz, Manoel de Oliveira, Martha Coolidge, Satyajit Ray, Manoel de Oliveira, Spike Lee, and more are featured in our Documentarists for a Day series, a selection of documentary achievements of directors more widely known for their fiction films. On now through June 21!

“Kinetic investigator par excellence,” French choreographer Mathilde Monnier takes center stage in this documentary by Claire Denis. In Denis’ own words, the film is less a portrait of the artist than a “move towards getting to know a friend, a filmed token approach to dance at work.” Screening in Documentarists for a Day! See the film on 35mm 6/9 + 6/15!

Tomorrow we kick off THE FILMS OF BETZY BROMBERG, with the director in person!
This is the first comprehensive NYC retrospective of the work of filmmaker Betzy Bromberg, whose steadfast commitment over the past 40 years to the medium of 16mm has resulted in a highly distinctive body of short films, and more recently a trilogy of exquisite experimental features, whose most recent part – GLIDE OF TRANSPARENCY – will be making its New York premiere!

Attn Rohmer fans!

Part 2 of “Documentarists for a Day” opens tomorrow with a special series-within-the-series devoted to the numerous – but, outside France, virtually unseen – TV documentaries of Éric Rohmer. Throughout the 1960s Rohmer made short and medium-length, pedagogically-oriented programs for educational television, in which he delves into the lives and work of important writers, thinkers, and other historical figures such as Blaise Pascal, Stéphane Mallarmé, Victor Hugo, and Louis Lumière, or explores various schools of thought, concepts, or historical periods.

If you haven't seen the 16mm films of Betzy Bromberg, don't miss the director in person for her first comprehensive NYC retrospective! Join us Thurs, June 7 - Tues, June 12!
#betzybromberg #16mm

We're thrilled to present the first comprehensive NYC retrospective of the work of filmmaker Betzy Bromberg, June 7 - 12!
Bromberg's steadfast commitment over the past 40 years to the medium of 16mm has resulted in a highly distinctive body of short films, and more recently a trilogy of exquisite experimental features, whose most recent part – GLIDE OF TRANSPARENCY – will be making its New York premiere!

Bromberg will join us for the retro, June 7-12!
#betzybromberg #16mm

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