In celebration of Terrence Malick’s latest film, To The Wonder, BAM is presenting a series this Sunday titled Day of Heaven. There you can catch three of Malick’s dreamy, abstracted masterpieces back to back to back. That’s a whole lotta Malick. Days of Heaven is at 2:00, followed by The Thin Red Line at 4:15 and The New World at 8:00.
For all of the perks and general excitement that comes with a New York-based film festival, they aren’t lacking in frustration: it’s practically impossible to catch every promising movie. One such film that made waves in the festival circuit last year was Oliver Assayas’ Something in the Air. If you missed it, you have another chance to see it before its theatrical release on May 3rd. Something in the Air is playing Saturday, April 27th at 6:00 at 92YTribeca, followed by an Assayas rarity, the 1994 film Cold Water, which deals similarly with alienated youth in 1970s France.
Speaking of film festivals, the Tribeca Film Festival continues this weekend with a host of screenings. This Friday at 6:00 at AMC Loews Village is the last chance to see Run and Jump, a film by Steph Green that deals with the intimacies and idiosyncrasies of a family in the wake of tragedy. The film also features Will Forte in his dramatic debut.