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“1962…1963…1964” July 22 – August 11 AT Film Forum  3-Week, 35-Film Series Spotlights  Rich Period of Movie History

“1962…1963…1964”

JULY 22 – AUGUST 11 AT FILM FORUM 

3-WEEK, 35-FILM SERIES SPOTLIGHTS 

RICH PERIOD OF MOVIE HISTORY

 

Includes films by Stanley Kubrick, David Lean, Federico Fellini,

François Truffaut, Jacques Demy, John Ford, Richard Lester, 

Agnès Varda, Roman Polanski, Jean-Luc Godard, Tony Richardson, Sergio Leone, Luis Buñuel, Francis Ford Coppola, Alfred Hitchcock, and many others 

Presented in association with

the Jewish Museum’s Exhibition “New York: 1962-1964”

and Film at Lincoln Center’s Series “New York, 1962-1964:

Underground and Experimental Cinema”

1962…1963…1964”, a 3-week, 35-film series spotlighting the rich 3-year period in cinematic history, will run at Film Forum from July 22 through August 11.

JFK’s “Camelot,” the Cuban Missile Crisis, the March on Washington, the assassination in Dallas, and the Dual Brit juggernauts of James Bond and The Beatles: they were the years of bold new movements in art, photography, fashion, dance, design, and film. A movement in movie history that saw the last gasps of the Hollywood studio system, some of the best work of veteran filmmakers (David Lean, Bunuel, Kazan, Hitchcock), and a cinema re-invigorated by a new generation that included Kubrick, Fellini, Godard, Truffaut, Polanski, Demy, Leone, Coppola, Varda, et al.

Stephen Farber, film historian, critic, former president of the LA Film Critics Association, and co-author of Cinema ’62: The Greatest Year at the Movies (Rutgers University Press) will introduce select screenings of Lolita, Jules and Jim, and The Manchurian Candidate. His co-author, Michael McClellan, will introduce Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?.

Film Forum’s “1962…1963…1964” series is presented in association with the exhibition New York: 1962-1964, on view at the Jewish Museum from July 22-January 8. The exhibition explores a pivotal three-year period in the history of art and culture in New York City, examining how artists living and working in New York responded to their rapidly changing world. It includes more than 150 works of art—all made or seen in New York between 1962-1964—including painting, sculpture, photography, and film, alongside fashion, design, dance, poetry, and ephemera.

New York, 1962-64: Underground and Experimental Cinema, a related series of groundbreaking underground films from the era will run at Film at Lincoln Center from July 29 – August 4.

Film Forum, the Jewish Museum, and Film at Lincoln Center will offer reciprocal admission discounts to each others’ programs.

Public Screening Schedule: 

 

CAPE FEAR

U.S., 1962

Directed by J. Lee Thompson

Starring Gregory Peck, Robert Mitchum, Martin Balsam

Screenplay by James R. Webb

Based on a novel by John D. MacDonald.

DCP. Approx. 106 min.

Friday, July 22 at 12:30, 6:00

Saturday, July 23 at 12:30

Thursday, July 28 at 5:20

LOLITA

U.S., 1962

Directed by Stanley Kubrick

Starring James Mason, Shelley Winters, Peter Sellers, Sue Lyon

Screenplay by Vladimir Nabokov, based on his novel

DCP. Approx. 152 min.

Friday, July 22 at 2:50, 8:20

Sunday, July 24 at 12:30

Monday, July 25 at 3:15

DIVORCE, ITALIAN STYLE

Italy, 1961

Directed by Pietro Germi

Starring Marcello Mastroianni, Stefania Sandrelli

Screenplay by Ennio De Concini, Pietro Germi, Alfredo Gianetti, Agenore Incrocci

Based a novel by Giovanni Arpino

35mm. Approx. 104 min.

Saturday, July 23 at 2:45

Thursday, July 28 at 3:00

Thursday, August 4 at 2:40

KNIFE IN THE WATER

Poland, 1962

Directed by Roman Polanski

Starring Leon Niemczyk, Jolanta Umecka, Zygmunt Malanowicz

Screenplay by Roman Polanski, Jakub Goldberg, Jerzy Skolimowski

35mm. Approx. 94 min.

Saturday, July 23 at 5:10

Monday, July 25 at 6:20

LAWRENCE OF ARABIA

U.K., 1962

Directed by David Lean

Starring Peter O’Toole, Alec Guinness, Anthony Quinn, Omar Sharif

Screenplay by Robert Bolt and Michael Wilson

4K DCP. Approx. 227 min.

Saturday, July 23 at 7:15 

Sunday, July 24 at 6:00

JULES AND JIM

France, 1962

Directed by François Truffaut

Starring Jeanne Moreau, Oskar Werner, Henri Serre

Screenplay by François Truffaut

Based on the novel by Henri-Pierre Roché.

35mm. Approx. 105 min.

Sunday, July 24 at 3:30

Wednesday, July 27 at 3:10

Tuesday, July 26 at 12:30, 8:10

Thursday, August 11 at 7:40

WHATEVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE?

U.S., 1962

Directed by Robert Aldrich

Starring Bette Davis, Joan Crawford

Screenplay by Lukas Heller

Based on the novel by Henry Farrell.

DCP. Approx. 134 min.

Monday, July 25 at 12:30, 8:25

THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE 

U.S., 1962

Directed by John Ford

Starring John Wayne, James Stewart, Lee Marvin, Vera Miles, Woody Strode

Screenplay by James Warner Bellah and Willis Goldbeck

Based on the story by Dorothy M. Johnson.

DCP. Approx. 123 min.

Tuesday, July 26 at 2:50

Tuesday, August 2 at 5:30

THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE
U.S., 1962
Directed by John Frankenheimer
Starring Frank Sinatra, Laurence Harvey, Janet Leigh, Angela Lansbury
Screenplay by George Axelrod, based on the novel by Richard Condon
DCP. Approx. 126 min.

Tuesday, July 26 at 5:30
Wednesday, August 10 at 2:35

TOM JONES

U.K., 1963

Directed by Tony Richardson

Starring Albert Finney, Susannah York, Hugh Griffith, Edith Evans

Screenplay by John Osborne

Based on the novel by Henry Fielding

DCP. Approx. 128 min.

Wednesday, July 27 at 12:30, 8:00

CLEO FROM 5 TO 7

France, 1962

Directed by Agnès Varda.

Starring Corinne Marchand

Screenplay by Agnès Varda.

DCP. Approx. 90 min.

Wednesday, July 27 at 6:00

Thursday, July 28 at 12:30  

Saturday, July 30 at 1:00

THE SERVANT

U.K., 1963

Directed by Joseph Losey

Starring Dirk Bogarde, Sarah Miles, James Fox, Wendy Craig

Screenplay by Harold Pinter

DCP. Approx. 115 min.

Friday, July 29 at 1:00

Wednesday, August 10 at 8:00

IL BOOM

Italy, 1963

Directed by Vittorio De Sica

Starring Alberto Sordi, Elena Nicolai

Screenplay by Cesare Zavattini

DCP. Approx. 97 min.

Friday, July 29 at 3:30

Sunday, August 7 at 12:30

Italy, 1963

Directed by Federico Fellini

Starring Marcello Mastroianni, Claudia Cardinale, Anouk Aimée, Sandra Milo

Screenplay by Federico Fellini, Tullio Pinelli, Ennio Flaiano, Brunello Rondi

35mm or DCP. Approx. 138 min.

Friday, July 29 at 6:00

Monday, August 1 at 8:00

DEMENTIA 13

U.S., 1963

Directed by Frances Ford Coppola

Starring William Campbell, Luana Anders, Patrick Magee.

Produced by Roger Corman

Screenplay by Frances Ford Coppola

DCP. Approx. 81 min.

Friday, July 29 at 8:50

FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE

U.K., 1963

Directed by Terrence Young

Starring Sean Connery

Produced by Albert R. Broccoli and Harry Saltzman

Screenplay by Richard Maibaum and Johanna Harwood

4K. Approx. 115 min.

Saturday, July 30 at 3:00

Tuesday, August 2 at 3:00

HUD

U.S., 1963

Directed by Martin Ritt

Starring Paul Newman, Patricia Neal, Melvyn Douglas, Brandon de Wilde

Screenplay by Irving Ravetch, Harriet Frank Jr.

Based on a novel by Larry McMurtry

Cinematography by James Wong Howe

Music by Elmer Bernstein

DCP. Approx. 112 min.

Saturday, July 30 at 5:30

Monday, August 1 at 12:30

CONTEMPT

France, 1963

Directed by Jean-Luc Godard

Starring Brigitte Bardot, Jack Palance, Michel Piccoli, Giorgia Moll, Fritz Lang

Screenplay by Jean-Luc Godard

DCP. Approx. 101 min.

Saturday, July 30 at 8:00

Tuesday, August 9 at 8:15

TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

U.S., 1962

Directed By Robert Mulligan

Starring Gregory Peck, Brock Peters,

Screenplay by Horton Foote

Based on the novel by Harper Lee.

DCP. Approx. 129 min.

Sunday, July 31 at 12:30

CLEOPATRA

U.S., 1963

Directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz

Starring Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, Rex Harrison, Pamela Brown, George Cole

Screenplay by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, Ranald MacDougall, Sidney Buchman

DCP. Approx. 251 min.

Sunday, July 31 at 3:10

Monday, August 1 at 3:00

THE BIRDS 

U.S., 1963

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

Starring Rod Taylor, Tippi Hedren, Jessica Tandy, Suzanne Pleshette

Screenplay by Evan Hunter

Based on the story by Daphne du Maurier

DCP. Approx. 119 min.

Sunday, July 31 at 8:10

Tuesday, August 2 at 12:30

BAND OF OUTSIDERS

France, 1964

Directed by Jean-Luc Godard

Starring Anna Karina, Sami Frey, Claude Brasseur

Screenplay by Jean-Luc Godard

35mm. Approx. 97 min.

Tuesday, August 2 at 8:10

Wednesday, August 3 at 12:30

Tuesday, August 9 at 6:10

THIS SPORTING LIFE

U.K., 1963

Directed by Lindsay Anderson

Starring Richard Harris, Rachel Roberts, and Alan Badel

Screenplay by David Storey, based on his novel

DCP. Approx. 134 min.

Wednesday, August 3 at 8:10

Thursday, August 11 at 2:30

BILLY LIAR 

U.K., 1963

Directed by John Schlesinger

Starring Tom Courtenay, Julie Christie

Screenplay by Keith Waterhouse, based on his novel

DCP. Approx. 98 min.

Wednesday, August 3 at 2:40, 6:00

THE PINK PANTHER 

U.S., 1964

Directed by Blake Edwards

Starring Peter Sellers, David Niven, Robert Wagner, Capucine, Claudia Cardinale

Screenplay by Maurice Richlin and Blake Edwards

35mm. Approx. 113 min.

Saturday, August 6 at 6:35

MAFIOSO

Italy, 1962

Directed by Alberto Lattuada

Starring Alberto Sordi, Norma Bengell

Screenplay by Rafael Azcona, Bruno Caruso, Marco Ferreri, Agenore Incrocci, Furio Scarpelli

35mm. Approx. 100 min.

Thursday, August 4 at 12:30, 6:00

DR. STRANGELOVE

U.S., 1964

Directed by Stanley Kubrick

Starring Peter Sellers, George C. Scott, Sterling Hayden, Slim Pickens, Tracy Reed

Screenplay by Stanley Kubrick, Peter George, Terry Southern

DCP. Approx. 94 min.

Friday, August 5 at 12:30, 7:25

Saturday, August 6 at 2:30

Thursday, August 11 at 5:35

A HARD DAY’S NIGHT

U.K., 1964

Directed by Richard Lester

Starring The Beatles

Screenplay by Alun Owen

DCP. Approx. 90 min.

Friday, August 5 at 2:35, 9:25

Saturday, August 6 at 12:30, 4:35

GOLDFINGER

U.K., 1964

Directed by Guy Hamilton

Starring Sean Connery

Screenplay by Richard Maibaum and Paul Dehn

DCP. Approx. 110 min.

Friday, August 5 at 4:35

Saturday, August 6 at 9:00

THE UMBRELLAS OF CHERBOURG

France, 1964

Directed by Jacques Demy

Starring Catherine Deneuve, Anne Vernon, Nino Castelnuovo, Marc Michel

Screenplay by Jacques Demy

DCP. Approx. 91 min.

Sunday, August 7 at 3:00

Monday, August 8 at 12:30

DIARY OF A CHAMBERMAID

France, 1964

Directed by Luis Buñuel

Starring Jeanne Moreau, Michel Piccoli, Georges Géret, Daniel Ivernel

Screenplay by Luis Buñuel, Jeane-Claude Carriére

Based on the novel by Octave Mirbeau

DCP. Approx. 97 min.

Sunday, August 7 at 5:10

Monday, August 8 at 2:35

ZULU

U.K., 1964

Directed by Cy Endfield

Starring Stanley Baker, Jack Hawkins, Ulla Jacobsson, Michael Caine

Screenplay by John Prebble and Cy Endfield

DCP. Approx. 138 min.

Sunday, August 7 at 7:15

Monday, August 8 at 4:40

AMERICA AMERICA

U.S., 1963

Directed by Elia Kazan

Starring Stathis Giallelis

Screenplay by Elia Kazan

35mm. Approx. 174 min.

Monday, August 8 at 7:30

Tuesday, August 9 at 12:30

ONE POTATO, TWO POTATO

U.S., 1964

Directed by Larry Peerce

Starring Barbara Barrie, Bernie Hamilton, Richard Mulligan

Screenplay by Raphael Hayes and Orville H. Hampton

35mm. Approx. 115 min.

Wednesday, August 10 at 6:00

Thursday, August 11 at 12:30

Nobuhiro Hosokihttps://www.cinemadailyus.com
Nobuhiro Hosoki grew up watching American films since he was a kid; he decided to go to the United States thanks to seeing the artistry of Stanley Kubrick's "A Clockwork Orange.” After graduating from film school, he worked as an assistant director on TV Tokyo’s program called "Morning Satellite" at the New York branch office but he didn’t give up on his interest in cinema. He became a film reporter for via Yahoo Japan News. In that role, he writes news articles, picks out headliners for Yahoo News, as well as interviewing Hollywood film directors, actors, and producers working in the domestic circuit in the USA. He also does production interviews for Japanese distributors of American films and for in-theater on-sale programs. He is now the editor-in-chief of Cinemadailyus.com while continuing his work for Japan.

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