READINGS Wednesday 10/27 FILM IN VOID Free screenings in cyberlounge feat. The ...


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FILM IN VOID

Free screenings in cyberlounge feat. The Exorcist; Void, 16 Mercer St. (Howard St.), 941-6482; 8:30.

FORTNIGHTLY VIDEOS

101 Dalmatians at Vegetarian Center of NYC, 150 5th Ave. (20th St.), 414-9100; 6:30, $5 contrib.

MARK HOSLER OF NEGATIVELAND

Lecture by Hosler with screening of Paul Bolheim's The Ad & the Ego, doc. which examines "subconscious effects of advertising & the mass media;" NYU's Tisch Hall, 40 W. 4th St. (Wash. Sq. E.), 995-4941; 8, $5, $2-$4 st.

INSIDE/OUT: UNUSUAL VIEWS OF ORTHODOX LIFE ON FILM

Filmmakers pres. clips from A Life Apart-Hasidism in America, Trembling Before God, Divan & The Return of Sara's Daughters; Ames Auditorium at the Lighthouse, 111 E. 59th St. (betw. Park & Lexington Aves.), 580-0099; 8, $13.

TEN YEARS AFTER: THE WALL

Film series in conjunction with German Information Center explores the effects of the fall of the Berlin Wall 10 years ago, feat. Drehort Berlin; Goethe Institut, 1014 5th Ave. (82nd St.), 439-8707; 6, free w/adm. [through 11/24].

VIDEODROME

Exhibition of recent video works that feat. a different artist each day. Today, Francesco Vezzoli is featured; New Museum of Contemporary Art, 583 B'way (betw. Prince & Houston Sts.), 219-1222; 12-8, free [through 11/11].

 

Thursday 10/28

CINE-NOIR FILM SOCIETY

John Holmes stars in Suburban Satanists with music accompaniment by the Cine-Noir Pornophonic Orkestra (9); Abbott & Costello meet the Invisible Man (midnight); Pink Pony, 176 Ludlow St. (betw. E. Houston & Stanton St.), 253-1922; $3 & free, respectively.

THE ELLINGTON CENTENNIAL FILM FESTIVAL

Opening night's "Hollywood Hangover" feat. two screenings of the 1964 Paris Blues starring Sidney Poiter, Louis Armstrong & Paul Newman; Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center, 165 W. 65th St. (B'way), 721-FILM; 6:30 & 9, $10.

FRAME BY FRAME

HBO's 2nd annual doc. film showcase incl. screenings of Rock the Boat, Kindness of Strangers, Bus Riders Union & Crimes of Honor; The Screening Room, 54 Varick St., 512-7660; call for times, $5 [through 10/28].

RAPID EYE MOVEMENT: R.E.M. ON TV

Ninety minute screening feat. music video clips, live performances & doc. footage of This Way Up & Uptake (Fri. at 7 & 8) taken from most recent album, Up; Museum of Television & Radio, 25 W. 52nd St. (betw. 5th & 6th Aves.), 621-6800; Thurs. at 6, Sat. & Sun. at 4, free w/adm. [through 11/28].

SLAVIC STORIES

Screening series of films the Slavic Heritage Council of American donated, feat. Igor Sterk's Ekspres Ekspres (2:30) & Eduard Greecher's Jasek's Dream (6), both with English subtitles; Donnell Library Media Center, 20 W. 53rd St. (betw. 5th & 6th Aves.), 620-0619; free.

VIDEODROME

Exhibition of recent video works that feat. a different artist each day. Today, Karen Yasinsky is featured; New Museum of Contemporary Art, 583 B'way (betw. Prince & Houston Sts.), 219-1222; 12-8, free [through 11/11].

VIDEO LOUNGE

Mix NYC pres. series focusing on animated, experimental & doc. videos by new artists; Knitting Factory Alterknit Theater, 74 Leonard St. (betw. B'way & Church St.), 219-3055; 7, $6.

Friday 10/29

THE ELLINGTON CENTENNIAL FILM FESTIVAL

Second night feat. the 1964 Paris Blues starring Sidney Poiter, Louis Armstrong & Paul Newman (1), Anatomy of a Murder (3 & 8) & Ellington shorts (6:30); Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center, 165 W. 65th St. (B'way), 721-FILM; 6:30 & 9, $8.50.

PERSONAL CINEMA SERIES

New indie & avant-guarde film & video projections by local artists, usually followed by Q&A with filmmaker. Opening screening tonight feat. 16 mm, S8 mm & video projections; Millennium, 66 E. 4th St. (betw. Bowery & 2nd Ave.), 673-0090; 8, $7.

VIDEODROME

Exhibition of recent video works that feat. a different artist each day. Today, Christian Marclay is featured; New Museum of Contemporary Art, 583 B'way (betw. Prince & Houston Sts.), 219-1222; 12-8, free [through 11/11].

XENO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

NY Underground Film Festival & 1999 BAM Next Wave Festival pres. screenings of new, avant-garde & underground features & shorts from Europe, incl. U.S. premieres of Netherlands' Emergo! (7) & short, "Goldie: When Saturn Returnz," preceded by "Speak Easy" (9:30); BAM Rose Cinema, 30 Lafayette Ave. (Ashland), Brooklyn, 718-636-4111, $8.50, $5 st./s.c. [through 10/31].

 

Saturday 10/30

THE COOL WORLD: AMERICAN FILM & VIDEO 1950-2000

The 1960s. Today, "The Psychedelic Film" incl. "Strange Trips" (1) "Expanding Consciousness" (2:45) & "Altered States" (4:30) shorts. Also, Andy Warhol's Uptight series (7); Whitney Museum of American Art, 954 Madison Ave. (75th St.), 570-3676; $6 (free w/ adm.).

THE ELLINGTON CENTENNIAL FILM FESTIVAL

Tonight's screenings incl. Ellington shorts (2, 5:30 & 8:30), the 1964 Paris Blues starring Sidney Poiter, Louis Armstrong & Paul Newman (3:30), & 1960s doc. On the Road with Duke Ellington (7); Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center, 165 W. 65th St. (B'way), 721-FILM; $8.50.

PERSONAL CINEMA SERIES

New indie & avant-guarde film & video projections by local artists, usually followed by Q&A with filmmaker. Tonight's feature is George Kuchar's Secrets of the Shadow World; Millennium, 66 E. 4th St. (betw. Bowery & 2nd Ave.), 673-0090; 8, $7.

SHRIMPDIABLOINMYPANTS FILM FESTIVAL

Series parodies movies such as Don't Make Me Slap You, Beach Blanket Parchesi & ABC afterschool program, My Brother Just Got Back From Nam; Collective Unconscious, 145 Ludlow St. (betw. Stanton & Rivington Sts.), 274-0440; 10, $5 [through 10/30].

VIDEODROME

Exhibition of recent video works that feat. a different artist each day. Today, Sadie Benning is featured; New Museum of Contemporary Art, 583 B'way (betw. Prince & Houston Sts.), 219-1222; 12-8, free [through 11/11].

XENO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

See 10/29. U.S. premieres of Germany's tribute to Nina Hagen, Punk & Glory feat. songs by Nick Cave (4), Extra Sensual Perception: Euro Shorts Programme at 7 p.m. & short, Shabondama Elegy in Dutch & Japanese with English subtitles; BAM Rose Cinema, 30 Lafayette Ave. (Ashland), Brooklyn, 718-636-4111, $8.50, $5 st./s.c. [through 10/31].

YMCA CINE-CLUB

Jean-Luc Godard's For Ever Mozart; YWCA, 610 Lexington Ave. (53rd St.), 735-9717; 4, $7 [repeats 10/31].

 

Sunday 10/31

BRITISH FILM SERIES

Eleven London underground shorts are screened (2) followed by "An Urban Romance" (4) & U.S. premiere of Underground, (4:10) story of 15 year-old drug dealer, Rat at Brooklyn Museum of Art, 200 Eastern Pkwy. (Washington Ave.), Brooklyn, 718-728-8927; $6, $4 st./s.c.

THE ELLINGTON CENTENNIAL FILM FESTIVAL

Tonight's screenings incl. Anatomy of a Murder (2 & 7) & 1960s doc. On the Road with Duke Ellington (7); Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center, 165 W. 65th St. (B'way), 721-FILM; $8.50.

OCULARIS

Concluding night of "Perspective Canada-The Canadian Film Series." Tonight, David Cronenberg's Dead Ringers, preceded by Vincent Natali Elevated; Galapagos Arts, 70 N. 6th St. (betw. Wythe & Kent Sts.), Williamsburg, 718-388-8713; 7 & 9:30.

VIDEODROME

Exhibition of recent video works that feat. a different artist each day. Today, Justine Cooper is featured; New Museum of Contemporary Art, 583 B'way (betw. Prince & Houston Sts.), 219-1222; 12-8, free [through 11/11].

XENO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

See 10/29. U.S. premieres of Shabondama Elegy shorts in Dutch & Japanese with English subtitles (2), Germany's Dezember (4) & Fred Kelemen's 35 mm & hand-held video production of Nightfall (6:30 & 9:30); BAM Rose Cinema, 30 Lafayette Ave. (Ashland), Brooklyn, 718-636-4111, $8.50, $5 st./s.c. [through 10/31].

 

Monday 11/1

MONDAY MOVIES '99

Columbia University's Robert Mitchum Mini-Festival. Tonight, the 1947 Out of the Past starring Kirk Douglas & The Night of the Hunter; Miller Theatre, Columbia Univ., 2960 Broadway (116th St.), 854-7799; 6 & 8, $10.

MONDAY NIGHT MOVIES

Kelly Reichardt & Jim Lyons curate November screening series feat. Ken Loach's 1969 movie Kes; Tonic, 107 Norfolk St. (betw. Delancey & Rivington Sts.), 358-7501; 9, $4.

 

Tuesday 11/2

AIVF

Screening of Sony Pictures Classic & Sundance winner, American Movie, benefits The Association of Independent Video & Filmmakers; Loews Village Theater, B'way (19th St.), 50L-OEWS; 8, $30 & $150 incl. pre-screening reception.

FIAF CINÉCLUB

Jaco van Dormaël's 1995 comedy Le Huitième jour (The Eighth Day); French Institute's Florence Gould Hall, 55 E. 59th St. (betw. Madison & Park Aves.), 355-6100; 12:30, 3:30, 6:30 & 9, $7, $5.50 st.

LIGHT+SCREEN

New York's weekly DIY film festival, tonight feat. Antero Alli's The Drivetime. Filmmakers are encouraged to share their shorts (under 15 mins.) for public viewing; Siberia Bar, 250 W. 50th St. (B'way), 977-9203; 9, $2 contrib.

VIDEODROME

Exhibition of recent video works that feat. a different artist each day. Today, Liliana Porter is featured; New Museum of Contemporary Art, 583 B'way (betw. Prince & Houston Sts.), 219-1222; 12-8, free [through 11/11].


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