IFC Center

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  • Address:

    IFC Center 323 Sixth Ave
    West Village
    New York
    10014

  • Cross Street:

    at 3rd St

  • Venue phone:

    212-924-7771

  • Venue website:

    ifccenter.com

  • Transport:

    Subway: A, C, E, B, D, F, M to W 4th St

  • Price:

    $13.50, IFC members $8.50, seniors and children 12 and under $9.50

  • Map

    1. IFC Center
      • 323 Sixth Ave
        West Village
        New York
        10014
      • 212-924-7771
      • ifccenter.com
      • 40.731107,-74.001406

What's on at IFC Center

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The Purple Rose of Cairo

Unhappily married Depression-era waitress Cecilia (Mia Farrow) earns the money while her inattentive husband, Monk (Danny Aiello), blows their meager income on getting drunk and gambling. To assuage her loneliness, Cecilia escapes to the picture show...

  • Wed Sep 24:

    • 8:00pm

Bird People

Josh Charles plays an American in Paris attempting to start his life anew in this drama from France's Pascale Ferran.

  • Wed Sep 24:

    • 10:35am
    • 1:00pm
    • 3:25pm
    • 5:10pm
    • 6:50pm
    • 9:20pm
  • Thu Sep 25:

    • 10:35am
    • 1:00pm
    • 3:25pm
    • 5:10pm
    • 6:50pm
    • 9:20pm

Boyhood

Rating: 5/5

Looking at it one way, Boyhood represents a spectacularly cheap way of saving on actors’ salaries: To capture his rambling yet absorbing Texas family drama, director Richard Linklater (Bernie, Before Midnight) received agreements from several perform...

  • Wed Sep 24:

    • 11:05am
    • 12:40pm
    • 3:40pm
    • 6:05pm
    • 9:25pm
  • Thu Sep 25:

    • 11:05am
    • 12:40pm
    • 3:40pm
    • 6:05pm
    • 9:25pm

Days and Nights

A disastrous holiday weekend unfolds when an ailing New England patriarch's family comes for a visit.

  • Thu Sep 25:

    • 8:00pm

Kelly & Cal

An unhappy new mother (Juliette Lewis) banishes the blues through her friendship with a mischievous teen (Jonny Weston) who has a spinal injury.

  • Wed Sep 24:

    • 12:50pm
  • Thu Sep 25:

    • 12:50pm

Memphis

Rating: 2/5

Writer-director Tim Sutton made a lovely, lyrical debut with Pavilion (2012), a free-floating study of a disaffected New York teen uprooted to arid Arizona. The filmmaker’s second feature is an unfortunate sophomore slump, an abrasive and opaque arti...

  • Wed Sep 24:

    • 10:05pm
  • Thu Sep 25:

    • 10:05pm

The Trip to Italy

Rating: 4/5

“Second-album syndrome” is how costar Steve Coogan, in a meta moment of self-critique, describes his impending food tour with also-slightly-fictionalized Rob Brydon in director Michael Winterbottom’s sequel to 2010’s The Trip (which existed as both a...

  • Wed Sep 24:

    • 10:45am
    • 2:05pm
    • 7:50pm
    • 10:15pm
  • Thu Sep 25:

    • 10:45am
    • 2:05pm
    • 4:25pm
    • 7:50pm
    • 10:15pm

The Zero Theorem

Rating: 3/5

Terry Gilliam’s The Zero Theorem is a lo-fi, future-tech farce with an air of high-end cyber intrigue. The stars still come out for the director of Brazil, and a totally bald Christoph Waltz (Django Unchained) features in every scene as Qohen Leth, a...

  • Wed Sep 24:

    • 10:30am
    • 12:30pm
    • 2:45pm
    • 5:00pm
    • 7:20pm
    • 9:45pm
  • Thu Sep 25:

    • 10:30am
    • 12:30pm
    • 2:45pm
    • 5:00pm
    • 7:20pm
    • 9:45pm

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