Summer is a ripe time for great repertory cinema in New York.
BAMCinématek has a long, comprehensive retrospective of the director Jonathan Demme that runs through Aug. 24.
On Friday, Aug. 11, Film Forum begins a program of vintage double features — early bills include “Top Hat” paired with “Swing Time” and “The Killers” paired with “Gilda”; a great option for lovers of both film and air-conditioning.
And the Film Society of Lincoln Center is exploring 1977 with a wide-ranging group of films made that year, from Robert Altman’s enigmatic “3 Women” to Charles Burnett’s groundbreaking “Killer of Sheep” and beyond. The coming week’s highlights include Peter Weir’s “The Last Wave” on Tuesday, François Truffaut’s “The Man Who Loved Women” on Thursday and Richard Brooks’s “Looking for Mr. Goodbar” on Friday.
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