MARVELS OF MEDIA
The sensation caused by the release of The Exorcist in 1973 not only brought a newfound respect to the horror genre but would also inspire generations of filmmakers. Some of these films simply imitated the ...
NOTE: The Friday, November 3 screening will take place in the Redstone Theater. Dirs. Eric Radomski, Bruce Timm. 1993, 76 mins. 35mm. With the voices of Kevin Conroy, Mark Hamill, Dana Delany, Hart Bochner, Stacy ...
As we approach Halloween, we've selected three season-appropriate episodes of The Muppet Show, featuring Alan Arkin, Twiggy, and Vincent Price.
A favorite at the Berlin Film Festival, the third feature by Argentine writer-director Pablo Solarz is an endearing personal coming-of-age tale of self-realization.
In the most autobiographical of Renos Haralambidis’s films, Nikos, struggling with work, romance, and finding meaningful purpose in life, roams the streets of Athens on a warm summer night looking for love and questioning his existence.
Based on a best-selling novel by Petros Tatsopoulos, the film moves between detective film noir, bittersweet comedy, and poetic cinema.
Haralambidis’s debut film, winner of the prestigious FIPRESCI prize at the Istanbul Film Festival, is a refreshing look at Athenian culture at the end of the century.
The Marx Brothers meet Aristophanes in this offbeat road movie from Renos Haralambidis.
Set in eerie, post-World War II Venice on All Hallows’ Eve, A Haunting in Venice is a terrifying mystery featuring the return of the celebrated sleuth Hercule Poirot. Special advance screening 9/13.
As part of the Hellenic Film Society USA’s annual New York Greek Film Expo, a special retrospective of the films of the acclaimed director, screenwriter, and actor Renos Haralambidis, will be shown at Museum of the Moving Image.
Brian De Palma’s silky, seductive, ridiculously entertaining meta-noir starring Rebecca Romijn and Antonio Banderas.