Thursday, January 4, 2018 (4)

Jan 4, 2018
December 21, 2017

  • Dec 21, 2017 to Feb 23, 2018
  • Location: Film Forum and Lincoln Plaza Cinema
  • Description:

    Sony Pictures Classics is proud to announce the release of HAPPY END, the latest film by Michael Haneke, Oscar® winning director of Amour, Caché, and The White Ribbon, which world premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. HAPPY END is scheduled to open on Friday, December 22 in New York (Film Forum and Lincoln Plaza Cinema) and Los Angeles followed by a national roll out.

    “All around us, the world, and we, in its midst, blind.”
    A snapshot from the life of a bourgeois European family.

    HAPPY END marks the fourth time that Oscar® nominated actress Isabelle Huppert has worked with Mr. Haneke following The Piano Teacher, Time of the Wolf and Amour. The film re-teams Jean-Louis Trintignant with Mr. Haneke for the second time since Amour. The beloved French actor has performed in over 100 films, including Costa-Gavras' Z, Claude Lelouch's A Man and a Woman, Eric Rohmer's My Night at Maud's, Bernardo Bertolucci's The Conformist, François Truffaut's Confidentially Yours, André Téchiné's Rendez-vous,

  • Created by: Aimee Morris
January 4, 2018
  • Jean-Pierre Melville's BOB LE FLAMBEUR

  • Jan 4, 2018 to Jan 11, 2018
  • Location: Film Forum
  • Description:

    Friday, January 5 – Thursday, January 11

    FRI  2:00   4:00   6:00   8:00   10:00
    SAT  12:30   2:40   4:50   7:00   9:10
    SUN  1:10   3:10   5:10   7:10   9:10
    MON  2:00   4:00
    TUE-THU  2:00   4:00   6:20


    Directed by Jean-Pierre Melville

    (1955) Through the night streets of Montmartre saunters silver-haired Bob Montagné (Roger Duchesne), ex-gangster and, as per his nickname, a  “flambeur” (high roller, or compulsive gambler), moving from poker to craps to the track to roulette to baccarat and back, at the break of dawn, to the one-armed bandit he keeps in his posh pad. Ever-dapper in a snap-brim and raincoat, with the occasional tux thrown in, Bob shows neophyte hood Daniel Cauchy the ropes and looks out for lusciously amoral mignon Isabelle Corey, though there may be time for one last, spectacular heist:  the casino at Deauville. Melville’s first original screenplay, co-scripted with French pulp novelist Auguste Le Breton (Rififi), and the first of his gangster films, here done

  • Created by: Film Forum
  • Erik Satie Quartet (ESQ)

  • Jan 4, 2018 from 1:00pm to 2:30pm
  • Location: Silvana
  • Description:

    Erik Satie Quartet,

    Alex Hamlin, Bari Sax

    Ron Hay, Trombone

    Ben Holmes, Trumpet

    Music of Erik Satie, Claude DeBussy, Georges Auric, Darius Milhaud and more

    Poetry of Jean Cassou, Satie, Rabelais

  • Created by: ronald hay