Nitehawk Cinema in Brooklyn and the IFC Center in Greenwich Village are offering films into the wee hours.
Author Archives: DANIEL M. GOLD
Michelangelo Antonioni’s 1966 sensation, about a fashion photographer whose shutter may have captured a murder, gets a new restoration.
In this documentary by Jill Campbell, the former N.B.A. point guard hopes to develop a life after the clock runs out on his athletic career.
Closed for two years for renovations, the Quad has reopened and is hosting a Wertmuller retrospective.
Publishers have filled out this spring’s lineup of biographies, team histories and other scholarship about the national pastime.
The five films in this series include masterpieces from the Surrealist director Luis Buñuel.
Louis Malle’s “Atlantic City” is among the films being shown in the Anthology Film Archives series “Gimme Shelter.”
“Eternal Bruce Lee,” a series focusing on the films of the martial-arts star, is running at MoMA through Feb. 4.
Scorsese and Tarantino, then Barry Jenkins and his “Moonlight.”
This salutary documentary follows four cyclists who bike across the country to call attention to Friedreich’s ataxia, a devastating neuromuscular disease.