A classic marquee that charmed Noah Baumbach long before he made The Squid and the Whale, this three-screener specializes in indie flicks, foreign films and cutting-edge documentaries.
|Venue name:||Cinema Village||Contact:|
22 E 12th St
|Cross street:||between Fifth Ave and University Pl|
|Transport:||Subway: F, M to 14th St; L to Sixth Ave|
|Price:||$11, students $8, seniors $6, children $5.50|
- Tragedy hangs like smoke over this spectral, startling return to form for Polish-born, British-based writer-director Pawel Pawlikowski. First and foremost there’s the historical catastrophe of the Holocaust that drives the story, shot in b&w. But ...Read more
- A direct sequel to 1987’s Hope and Glory—and the best thing that John Boorman has made since—Queen and Country begins where that film leaves off, continuing the director’s autobiographical account of his relationship with war and the collateral ef...Read more