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

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Last Weekend

Rating: 3/5

This upper-crust melodrama takes plenty of stumbles, and ultimately feels as ephemeral as one of those quickly churned-out old-Hollywood meltdowns starring Bette Davis or Joan Crawford. But it provides a strong showcase for the sadly undervalued Patr...

  • Tue Sep 2:

    • 10:30am
    • 3:30pm
    • 7:50pm

Patema Inverted

Patema and Age leave their community's tunnels to find out why gravity was reversed by an energy experiment.

  • Tue Sep 2:

    • 11:20am
    • 1:15pm
    • 5:45pm

Starred Up

Rating: 3/5

The industrious and prolific British writer-director David Mackenzie has been plugging away on the fringes of the film industry for well over a decade now, producing work both beloved (Young Adam) and derided (Spread). With Starred Up, a prison drama...

  • Tue Sep 2:

    • 12:50pm
    • 3:10pm
    • 5:30pm
    • 7:55pm
    • 10:10pm

The Damned

In Colombia, a widower (Peter Facinelli) and his new fiancee (Sophia Myles) become stranded at an isolated inn, which houses an ancient evil.

  • Tue Sep 2:

    • 10:50am

The Strange Color of Your Body's Tears

Rating: 3/5

Italy’s subgenre of giallo crime thrillers—loaded with near-orgasmic victims, killers in black gloves and a disco-lurid color palette—had its heyday in the late ’60s and ’70s. To bask in a movie like Dario Argento’s Deep Red (1975), sick and yet pure...

  • Tue Sep 2:

    • 9:55pm

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...

  • Tue Sep 2:

    • 12:35pm
    • 2:55pm
    • 5:15pm
    • 7:35pm

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...

  • Tue Sep 2:

    • 11:15am
    • 12:25pm
    • 2:20pm
    • 3:45pm
    • 5:40pm
    • 9:00pm
    • 10:20pm

Copenhagen

In 1941, physicists Niels Bohr (Stephen Rea) and Werner Heisenberg (Daniel Craig) meet to discuss atomic energy and the Nazis.

  • Tue Sep 2:

    • 7:00pm

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