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Mark Your Calendars


Here is a listing of Monday night films at Jefferson Market through November. I’ll post detailed descriptions as the screening dates approach, but for now take a look and mark your calendars.

Of particular interest: On November 3rd, Werner Herzog’s Stroszek. This has to be one of my favorite movie endings of all time. America’s endless pursuit of entertainment! Herzog has called the final minute one of the best things he’s ever filmed. Bonus points for you if you happen to know the reported connection between this film and Ian Cutis of Joy Division. On November 11th, Errol Morris’ Gates of Heaven appropriately paired with Werner Herzog Eats His Shoe

Monday September 8th at 6pm
Red Shoes (1948; 134 min)

Monday September 15th at 6pm
Thief of Bagdad (1940; 106 min)

Monday September 22nd at 6pm
Tales of Hoffman (1950; 138 min)

Monday September 29th at 6pm
Peeping Tom (1959; 103 min)

Monday October 6th at 6PM
Eyes Without a Face (1959; 90 min)

Monday October 20th at 6PM
Spirit of the Beehive (1973, 95 min)

Monday October 27th at 6PM
Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979, 107 min)

Monday November 3rd at 6PM
Stroszek (1977, 107 min)

Monday November 10th at 6PM
Gates of Heaven (1978, 83 min)
Werner Herzog Eats His Shoe (1980, 25 min)

Monday November 17th at 6PM
Burden of Dreams (1982, 95 min)

Monday November 24th at 6PM
Woyzeck (1978, 82 min)



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