When a bachelor photographer reconnects with an old love in the 2006 drama The Favor, only to lose her in a freak accident. He tries to be a father to her orphaned 16-year-old son, but the kid is more interested in creating chaos than bonding. The film, which screens this evening at the Times Cinema at 7 p.m., milks plenty . . .
A bachelor photographer reconnects with an old love in the 2006 drama The Favor, only to lose her in a freak accident. He tries to be a father to her orphaned 16-year-old son, but the kid is more interested in creating chaos than bonding. The film, which screens this at the Times Cinema at 1:30 p.m., milks plenty of . . .
Lior Liebling is a boy with Down Syndrome and, depending on who you ask, a heightened sense of spirituality and a deep connection with God that may have resulted from his ailment. Liebling’s intense Jewish faith—and preparations for his Bar Mitzvah and his ascent into manhood—are chronicled in the . . .
After using “Gimmie Shelter” in three of his films, Martin Scorsese did the inevitable and went straight to the song’s source for his latest film, Shine A Light. This concert film captures a fairly typical Rolling Stones performance (albeit one with guest appearances from Christina Aguilera, Buddy Guy and Jack White . . .
Never-before-seen footage of experimental filmmaker Marie Menken was unearthed for the new documentary Notes on Marie Menken, which charts the cult director’s rise from obscurity to underground stardom through the 1940s and 1960s, as well as her influence on directors like Andy Warhol, a longtime friend . . .
The campy, tongue-in-cheek and frequently hilarious 1986 Frank Oz musical flick Little Shop of Horrors gets the full Rock Horror Picture Show treatment tonight, when a live cast shadowcasts a midnight screening at the Times Cinema, acting it out and leading the audience in sing-alongs.
Jimmy Stewart was never more charismatic—of, for that matter, creepier—than he was in Rear Window, Alfred Hitchcock’s classic 1954 thriller. Stewart plays a wheelchair-bound photographer who… well, you know the plot already. The Times Cinema screens the film this afternoon at 1:30 p.m.
The Times Cinema hosts a free screening of the 1952 John Wayne classic The Quiet Man tonight at 7 p.m. It’s a light romantic dramedy about a Pittsburgh boxer who moves back to Ireland to claim his family farm. There he falls in love with Maureen O’Hara, but butts heads with some locals.