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Kathleen Hanna THE PUNK SINGER opens Friday

This was a prize-worthy entry at the recent DOC FEST NYC.

And please don’t miss Cannes and New York Film Festival favorite BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR.

 Nov 24-Dec 3              IFC Center
This week at IFC Center
THE PUNK SINGER
BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR
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Weekend Classics: BUTCH CASSIDY & THE SUNDANCE KID
Waverly Midnights: TAXI DRIVER and ARMY OF DARKNESS
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 THE PUNK SINGER starts Fri!
Kathleen Hanna in person Fri & Sat at 7:55 & 9:55 shows! Fri Q&As moderated by Lizz Winstead (co-creator of The Daily Show)! 

 

“Emotional, moving… This is fearless independence applied anew.” – Pitchfork

 

“Intimate, invigorating. I can’t stop thinking about it.” – Entertainment Weekly 

 

Kathleen Hanna, the celebrated lead singer of seminal bands Bikini Kill and Le Tigre, was one of the music world’s most outspoken performers and a pioneer of the riot grrrl movement-until she inexplicably vanished from the scene for several years. Sini Anderson’s candid and intimate portrait reveals why, while also providing a comprehensive and rousing overview of her influential career, leading up to the muchanticipated launch of her new band, The Julie Ruin.

 

Showtimes (valid through Tuesday, December 3): 
10:35am, 12:15pm, 2:05, 4:00, 5:55, 7:55, 9:55pm,
plus additional late shows Friday and Saturday at 12:30am  
 

Palme d’Or winner 
BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR 
continues!

 

“A very beautiful story of a deep, magnificent love.” – Steven Spielberg

 

 

 

In Abdellatif Kechiche’s (César-winnerThe Secret of the Grain) bold and sexy epic, 15-year-old Adèle (astonishing discovery Adèle Exarchopoulous) finds something lacking in her interactions with high-school boys. Her world is turned upside down when she meets Emma (Léa Seydoux, Midnight in Paris), a blue-haired art student who inspires Adèle to assert her individuality and sexuality. But as the years pass and their relationship deepens, Adèle has to come to terms with who she is — and what she wants.

 

Please note: While the MPAA has assigned BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR a rating of NC-17, recommending that no one under 18 be admitted, IFC Center feels that the film is appropriate viewing for mature adolescents. Accordingly, the theater will admit high school age patrons at its discretion.

 
Showtimes (valid through Thursday, November 28):
10:30am, 11:30am, 1:45pm, 2:45, 5:15, 6:15, 8:45, 9:45pm,
plus additional late shows Friday and Saturday
and Wednesday and Thursday at 11:20pm  

  

And now available for purchase at our concession, Julie Maroh’s acclaimed graphic novel BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR, the basis for the film.
 
“Beautiful and moving,” – Wall Street Journal

  

Item of the Week:
BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR posters
       
To celebrate the success of BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR, we’re proud to announce that the film’s official poster (above left), as well as a new alternate version (right), are on sale starting Wednesday, November 27, exclusively at IFC Center’s lobby concessions stand. 

 

$20 IFC Center members (either poster)
$25 for non-members 

Also playing
(Showtimes valid through Tue Dec 3)

 

Returning Fri by popular demand!
Jia Zhang-ke’s
A TOUCH OF SIN
Wednesday-Tuesday: 4:45, 10:00pm
Click here to read a Nov 23 New York Times piece about the film’s release struggles in China.Noam Chomsky in Michel Gondry’s
IS THE MAN WHO IS TALL HAPPY?
“Blissfully unconventional.” – Manohla Dargis, The New York Times
Wednesday-Tuesday: 10:35am, 12:15pm, 2:10, 4:10, 6:10, 8:15, 10:20pm, plus additional late shows Wednesday and Thursday at 12:30amSlavoj Zizek in Sophie Fiennes’s 
“Four stars! Exhilarating!” – Time Out New York
Wednesday-Tuesday: 2:00, 7:20pm 

WEEKEND OF A CHAMPION
Ends Thursday!
“A pleasure.” – Village Voice
Wednesday and Thursday: 1:20, 3:10, 5:10, 7:15, 9:20pm

EVERYDAY
Ends Thursday!
“Strangely intimate and powerful.” – Time Out (London)
Wednesday and Thursday: 10:40am, 12:20pm, 2:00, 6:40, 8:40, 10:35pm

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