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Elisabeth Moss, Star of Queen of Earth, Found the Mad Men Exhibit ‘Super Weird’

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Brooklyn filmmaker Alex Ross Perry and Elisabeth Moss, star of his new film Queen of Earth, may be the first duo to do back-to-back q&as at MoMA and MoMI. They were at the Museum of Modern Art on Monday and then at the Museum of the Moving Image on Tuesday to cap off Perry’s retrospective there. As you can see from the flyer above, the chats continue this week at IFC Center and Lincoln Center.

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Week In Film: Long-Awaited Russian Sci-Fi, Border Struggles, and Shorts Galore

It’s that time of the week again– bow down to our illustrious cinematic picks for this week or risk choosing something embarrassing for your first attractive Tinder date in ages. It’s nothing but slim pickins in February. Everyone’s already paired off in anticipation of the big 1-4, otherwise known as vom. Yes, this is unfortunate and disgusting at the same time, but we know you just want in on the V-day fun. But we promise you that you will literally be alone forever if you continue to insist on dragging your love interest to see yet another installment of Taken. Oh, wait– sorry about that. But nevermind what we do, this is about you and your love life.
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Now Showing: Tea And Crumpets Horror, Patti Smith Finds God, OG East Village

Oh boy! There’s a lot of film stuffs happening this week. Here’s our list of what’s worth seeing.
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Now Showing: Squatters, Urban Farmers, and Kids With Machine Guns

Halloween hangover? We’ve got a cure for you– one horror film serves as your hair of the dog, and one kidsploitation flick will loosen you up before a few buckets of cold water bring you back to reality.
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Millennials Before The Millennium, A Master Of Forgery, and Murderous Tweens

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Terry Gilliam returns with another Dystopian Sci-Fi thriller, the third installment in a series that began with Brazil and followed with 12 Monkeys. Qohen Leth (Christropher Waltz) is an eccentric computer programmer who works for an ominous and shadowy entity known simply as Management, but finds himself in the midst of an existentialist crisis, trapped in a new world order that leaves no room for individual expression.
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