Song & dance extravaganzas shown during "The Hollywood Musical During the 1930s" series. Today, W.S. Van Dyke II's 1935 b&w operetta Naughty Marietta shown on 16 mm; Donnell Library Media Center, 20 W. 53rd St. (betw. 5th & 6th Aves.), 620-0619; 2:30, free.
THE ANDY KAUFMAN SPECIAL
Last week to see Andy's Funhouse & segments from his television work at the Museum of Television & Radio, 25 W. 52nd St. (betw. 5th & 6th Aves.), 621-6600; 1, free w/mus. adm. [repeats Thurs. at 6, Fri. at 7, Sat. & Sun. at 1, through 1/16].
SUPER BOWL: SUPER SHOWCASE FOR COMMERCIALS
Screening documents advertising throughout Super Bowl history incl. the memorable Victoria Secret & Budweiser commercials; Museum of Television & Radio, 25 W. 52nd St. (betw. 5th & 6th Aves.), 621-6600; 1 & 4, free w/mus. adm. [repeats Thurs.-Sun. & Tues. at 1 & 4, through 2/13].
AFTER A FEW DRINKS
Eight hipster bars in Manhattan in Brooklyn show shorts/video art by 17 local artists every Friday & Saturday night through Jan. 31. Video compilations address the bar scene, dating tactics & social interaction at the bar?60s & 70s commercials strewed between clips. Participating bars incl. The Abbey, Bar 4, The Knitting Factory, Korova Milk Bar, Max Fish, Parkside Lounge, The Village Idiot & Yogi's; 760-4971 for info; 10-12 a.m. [repeats Fri., through 1/28].
VIEWPOINT...BUT IS IT ART?
"Unconventional, Underappreciated & Controversial Creations" themed-screenings feat. short "The World of Comic Books" & Ron Mann's 1988 Comic Book Confidential, followed by titles from the "New York Expo of Short Film & Video" at 6; Donnell Library Media Center, 20 W. 53rd St. (betw. 5th & 6th Aves.), 620-0619 or 621-0629; 2:30, free.
DANCE ON CAMERA FESTIVAL 2000
Annual festival feat. six programs over two weekends at Walter Reade Theater & Anthology Film Archives. Opening the festival is French classic La Mort du Cygne at 2 p.m., other highlights incl. tonight's "A Salute to Canada" program & trilogy of shorts; Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center, 165 W. 65th St. (B'way), 727-0764; call for schedule, $9; Jan. 18-20 at Anthology Film Archives, 32 2nd Ave. (2nd St.), 505-5110, $8 [through 1/22].
NEW FILMS FROM JAPAN 2000
Film noir double feature incl. The Killer, The Wounded & the Liar & Nodojiman; Japan Society, 333 E. 47th St. (betw. 1st & 2nd Aves.), 752-3015; 6:30, $8, $5 st./s.c.
JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL
The Jewish Museum pres. the ninth annual festival which starts today with four screenings per day; Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center, 165 W. 65th St. (B'way), 875-5600 or www.filmlinc.com; call for schedule, $8.50, $4.50 s.c. [through 1/27].
John Luc Godard's last 35 mm production, Weekend; Ocularis, 70 N. 6th St. (betw. Wythe & Kent Aves.), Williamsburg, 718-388-8713; 7 & 9:30, $5.
MONDAY NIGHT MOVIES
Vernon Reid curates January screening series. Tonight, Ridley Scott's 1982 film Blade Runner; Tonic, 107 Norfolk St. (betw. Delancey & Rivington Sts.), 358-7501; 9, $4.
Films from Whitney Museum's American Century film & video retrospective screen tonight; Ocularis, 70 N. 6th St. (betw. Wythe & Kent Aves.), Williamsburg, 718-388-8713; 8:30, $5.
Claude Berri's 1997 film Lucie Aubrac screens today?with English subtitles; 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.
JEWS & BUDDHISM
Premiere of film that documents pilgrimage to meet the Dalai Lama, followed by "Healing the World, Healing Yourself" discussion; Makor, 35 W. 67th St. (Central Park W. & Columbus Ave.), 601-1000; 7:30 & 9:30, $12 & $8, respectively.
New York's weekly DIY film festival & "pot luck" cinema curated by Michael Williams. Tonight, see Giorgio Moroder's rock 'n' roll adaptation of Fritz Lang's 1926 silent film Metropolis?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.