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Bedrooms and Hallways

Bedrooms and Hallways (1999)

Starring: Tom Hollander, Kevin Mckidd, Hugo Weaving

Bedrooms and Hallways

Bedrooms and Hallways (1999)

Starring: Tom Hollander,Kevin Mckidd,Hugo Weaving,James Purefoy,Christopher Fulford


Rapt (2011)

Starring: Yvan Attal,Anne Consigny,Andre Marcon,Francoise Fabian,Alex Descas

Lucas Belvaux's Rapt is good, nasty fun: a Chabrolian crime thriller based on the actual 1978 kidnapping of a French-Belgian executive whose harrowing 9-week experience at the hands of a criminal band is, ultimately, less life-threatening to him than the details of his scandalous life which the tabloids uncover in the course of these events. Yvan Attal stars as a wildly attractive business man and political mover and shaker who hops effortlessly from one chauffeured Mercedes to another as he trades board rooms for bedrooms. A thoroughly harrowing kidnapping finds him handcuffed, abused, terrified, unshaven, hungry and in need of 50 million euros. His picture-perfect Parisian wife, two svelte teenage daughters and elegant grand-dame maman are left to consider just how much his life and liberte are worth to them. -- (C) Lorber


DDR/DDR (2010)


Anthology Film Archives is thrilled to present the NY Theatrical Premiere Run of DDR/DDR, the latest feature film by artist Amie Siegel. DDR/DDR is a multi-layered and surprisingly beautiful essay on the German Democratic Republic ("DDR" in German) and the remnants of its collapse. First featured at the 2008 Whitney Biennial, the film functions as an extended embodiment of and rumination on history, memory, and the shared technologies of state control and art. DDR/DDR weaves together Stasi surveillance footage, interviews with East German psychoanalysts, East German "Redskin" Indian hobbyists, and reverse traveling shots into the past including former GDR recording studios and a molded plastic GDR chair's journey from Berlin flea market to high-end Soho design store. Within this shifting associative structure, the artist herself appears-walking backwards delivering narration or filming former Stasi operatives with their own camera equipment. DDR/DDR is the most recent in a series of Siegel's "cine-constellations," or long-form associative visual essay films. Dream-like and propositional, works in this series-The Sleepers (1999), Empathy (2003)-mirror shared concerns of voyeurism, psychoanalysis, memory, surveillance, and modernist architecture. These films engage a self-reflexive inquiry into non-fiction film practices, postures of objectivity, authority, and performance accumulated and ruptured over time. Her cinema creates constellations within each film and over the entire series. Recurring motifs transform with each new subject-this time East Germany. In its open structure and wide associative montage, as well as re-framing of space and architecture, DDR/DDR also relates to Siegel's various moving image installations. Berlin Remake (2005, 2-channel video installation) excavates scenes from East German movies, projecting her remake alongside the original in an uncanny juxtaposition of past and present. Deathstar/Todesstern (2006, 5-channel video installation) presents five eerily slow tracking shots down the hallways of early modernist German factories and administrative buildings appropriated by the Third Reich. --© Anthology Archives

Wallace and Gromit in A Close Shave

Wallace and Gromit in A Close Shave (1995)

Starring: Peter Sallis, Wallace And Gromit, Anne Reid

Queen and I

Queen and I (2009)

Starring: Nahid Persson

Mysteries Of The Unseen World

Mysteries Of The Unseen World (2013)

Starring: Forest Whitaker

In the National Geographic tradition of powerful natural-history images and storytelling, this film reveals once-invisible dimensions of nature that are filled with beauty and wonder-and hold secrets crucial to our survival. It shines a fascinating spotlight on objects and events that escape the naked eye every minute of every day. Visually stunning and rooted in cutting-edge research, the film blends high-speed and time-lapse photography, electron microscopy and nanotechnology.

Sound and Fury

Sound and Fury (2000)

Starring: Scott Davidson

...And God Spoke (The Making of '...And God Spoke')

...And God Spoke (The Making of '...And God Spoke') (1994)

Starring: Michael Riley, Stephen Rappaport, Steve Rappaport

2016 Oscar Nominated Shorts - Live Action

2016 Oscar Nominated Shorts - Live Action (2016)


The films that will be shown are: Ave Maria (Basil Khalil and Eric Dupont) - 15 minutes/France, Germany, and Palestine/Arabic, English, and Hebrew Day One (Henry Hughes) - 25 minutes/USA/English and Dari Everything Will Be Okay? (Alles wird gut) (Patrick Vollrath) - 30 minutes/Germany and Austria/German Shok (Jamie Donoughue) - 21 minutes/UK and Kosovo/Albanian and Serbian Stutterer (Benjamin Cleary and Serena Armitaget) - 12 minutes/UK/English

Don't Think I've Forgotten: Cambodia's Lost Rock And Roll

Don't Think I've Forgotten: Cambodia's Lost Rock And Roll (2015)


Through the eyes, words and songs of its popular music stars of the 50s, 60s, and 70s, DON'T THINK I'VE FORGOTTEN: CAMBODIA'S LOST ROCK AND ROLL examines and unravels Cambodia's recent tragic past. (C) Argot Pictures

Flamenco, Flamenco

Flamenco, Flamenco (2010)

Starring: Carlos Garcia,Carlos Garcia,Ma Angeles Fernandez,Ma Angeles Fernandez,Jose Merce

This documentary explores the history and culture of flamenco music, both as a form of dance and a style of rhythm and melody, with interviews and performances by artists like Paco de Lucia and Jose Merce.

Rocks in my Pockets

Rocks in my Pockets (2014)

Starring: Signe Baumane

In the new animated gem Rocks in My Pockets, Latvian-born artist and filmmaker Signe Baumane tells five fantastical tales based on the courageous women in her family and their battles with madness. With boundless imagination and a twisted sense of humor, she has created daring stories of art, romance, marriage, nature, business, and Eastern European upheaval-all in the fight for her own sanity. Employing a unique, beautifully textured combination of papier-mache stop-motion and classic hand-drawn animation (with inspiration from Jan Svankmajer and Bill Plympton), Baumane has produced a poignant and often hilarious tale of mystery, mental health, redemption and survival. (c) Zeitgeist

Oscar Nominated Live Action Shorts

Oscar Nominated Live Action Shorts (2015)


Parvaneh (Talkhon Hamzavi and Stefan Eichenberger) - 25 minutes/Switzerland/Dari and Swiss German Boogaloo and Graham (Michael Lennox and Ronan Blaney) - 14 minutes/UK/English Aya (Oded Binnun and Mihal Brezis) - 39 minutes/Israel and France/English, Hebrew, Danish The Phone Call (Mat Kirkby and James Lucas) - 21 minutes/UK/English Butter Lamp (La Lampe Au Beurre De Yak) (Hu Wei and Julien Feret) - 15 minutes/France and China/Tibetan (C) ShortsHD

Festival Express

Festival Express (2003)

Starring: The Grateful Dead, Delaney & Bonnie & Friends, The Band