New York City Performing Arts

Anthology Film Archives

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Published 09/10/2016

Fodor's Review

Dedicated to preserving and exhibiting independent and avant-garde film, Anthology Film Archives is made up of two screening rooms that seat 187 and 75 as well as a film repository, all inside a renovated redbrick courthouse. Cofounded in the 1960s by the downtown legend and filmmaker Jonas Mekas, Anthology remains a major destination for adventurous and unusual movies, new as well as old. The Essential Cinema series delves into the works of canonized, groundbreaking directors; the frequent festivals are more eclectic and may cover under-recognized auteurs, such as a series devoted to the director Edgar G. Ulmer, as well as hard-to-see films of all types. This is an experience for film lovers, not casual moviegoers, so don't expect the amenities you'd find at a multiplex.

Performing Art Information

Address:

32 2nd Ave., at 2nd St., New York, New York, 10003, USA

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Phone:

212-505–5181

Published 09/10/2016

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