Series

Miklós Jancsó x 6

Miklós Jancsó x 6

January 14 to February 6
Long before Béla Tarr established himself as the Hungarian master of the long take, there was Miklós Jancsó, whose epic 1965 historical drama The Round-Up Tarr counts among his favorite films of all-time. This selection of six new restorations brings them roaring back in all of their broad-shouldered splendor, emotional impact, and epic scope. Films that have to be seen—and preferably seen big—to be believed.
Emma Cline Selects<BR>CO-PRESENTED WITH GAGOSIAN

Emma Cline Selects
CO-PRESENTED WITH GAGOSIAN

January 21 to February 3
Writer Emma Cline is presenting a selection of films in theater and online on the theme of “source material”, inspired by the ethos of Gagosian's new fiction imprint, Picture Books.
Staff Picks: Kim's Video

Staff Picks: Kim's Video

January 21 to February 27
Kim’s is gone but far from forgotten, and so Metrograph salutes the esoteric eclecticism of Kim’s Video with a series made up of film selections and introductions by a number of former store clerks who’ve gone on to better things still branded for life by their time, as well as the mysterious Mr. Kim himself.
Authentic Selves: The Beauty Within

Authentic Selves: The Beauty Within

January 24 to June 1
Anthony Roth Costanzo, internationally celebrated countertenor, classical impresario, and this year’s New York Philharmonic Artist-in-Residence, teams with Metrograph to present Authentic Selves: The Beauty Within, a series of films exploring the knotty complexities of identity.
In The Streets

In The Streets

January 27 to February 3
Ask individuals from all walks of life the same question and you’ll get responses that reflect both universal truths and the staggering diversity of experience.
Todd Haynes

Todd Haynes

January 28 to February 3
From his early plunge into the tragedy of the Carpenters to his new paean to the Velvet Underground, through explorations of the glam legacy and the Dylan myth, music has always been a touchstone for Todd Haynes.
John M. Stahl

John M. Stahl

February 2 to February 7
Discover one of the treasures of Golden Age Hollywood.