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Week in Film: a Flashy Smuggler Jaunt and Trippy Danish Sci-Fi

It was a bad week for us film nerds in NYC with word emerging that Sunshine Cinema will likely be sold to developers. Such things do not bode well for the future of independent cinemas in the city, seeing as Sunshine is definitely one of the more mainstream of the downtown art house theaters and always seems to have sold out screenings during prime showtimes. Yikes. Well you can help us in our efforts to appease the cool-film deities by devoted prostration and abiding carefully by the following directions: a) pray silently over one Godard film, b) recite the lines along with a character from at least one Jarmusch movie and c) check out a weird film event (or two) this week. It’s very little to ask, really.

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Björk Dropped Into Good Room, Tiki Disco Up Next

(Photo: Julie Thevenot)

(Photo: Julie Thevenot)

Warning: Björk is going to be everywhere in March. Not only is she playing dates at Carnegie Hall and New York City Center, but a retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art promises to “chronicle her career through sound, film, visuals, instruments, objects, costumes, and performance,” according to details just dropped by the museum. The MoMA show will culminate in “a newly commissioned, immersive music and film experience conceived and realized with director Andrew Thomas Huang and 3-D design leader Autodesk.”
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Susan Sarandon at Rocky Horror, Revenge of Walrus Man, and Nazi Zombies Return

Hey! There’s tons of stuff happening this week in the moving-picture world.

New York Super Week
IFC is screening a smorgasbord of stuff this upcoming week in anticipation of NYC Comicon including “sneak previews of new movies and revivals of action, animated and genre classics, as well as special appearances by filmmakers and creators” — neat-o stuff for nerds, basically. Keep Reading »