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Paint April 7, 2023
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Little Richard: I Am Everything April 11, 2023
How to Blow up a Pipeline April 13, 2023
Mafia Mamma April 14, 2023
Strauss’ DER ROSENKAVALIER April 15, 2023
The Hawks and The Sparrows April 15, 2023
Beau is Afraid April 20, 2023
Deep Red April 20, 2023
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs April 22, 2023
Alien April 27, 2023
Polite Society April 27, 2023
Showing Up April 27, 2023
Blanchard & Cristofer’s CHAMPION April 29, 2023
Forbidden Planet April 29, 2023
Fantastic Planet May 4, 2023
R.M.N. May 5, 2023
North By Northwest May 6, 2023
Flamingo Road May 13, 2023
Zardoz May 18, 2023
Monica May 19, 2023
Jeanne Dielman, 23 Quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles May 20, 2023
Mozart’s DON GIOVANNI May 20, 2023
Funeral Parade of Roses May 25, 2023
You Hurt My Feelings May 26, 2023
Baby Face May 27, 2023
Female May 27, 2023
Aliens June 1, 2023
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The Lost Boys June 8, 2023

The Lost King

An amateur historian defies the stodgy academic establishment in her efforts to find King Richard III's remains, which were lost for over 500 years. more »


Cocaine Bear

An oddball group of cops, criminals, tourists, and teens converge in a Georgia forest where a 500-pound black bear goes on a murderous rampage after unintentionally ingesting cocaine. more »


Everything Everywhere All at Once

A middle-aged Chinese immigrant is swept up into an insane adventure in which she alone can save existence by exploring other universes and connecting with the lives she could have led. more »



INSIDE tells the story of Nemo, an art thief trapped in a New York penthouse after his heist doesn't go as planned. Locked inside with nothing but priceless works of art, he must use all his cunning and invention to survive. more »


Moving On

Two old friends reconnect at a funeral and decide to get revenge on the widower who messed with them decades before. more »


The Quiet Girl

Rural Ireland 1981. A quiet, neglected girl is sent away from her dysfunctional family to live with foster parents for the summer. She blossoms in their care, but in this house where there are meant to be no secrets, she discovers one. more »


A Thousand and One

After unapologetic and fiercely loyal Inez kidnaps her son Terry from the foster care system, mother and son set out to reclaim their sense of home, identity, and stability, in a rapidly changing New York City. more »


Enys Men

Set in 1973 on an uninhabited island off the Cornish coast, a wildlife volunteer's daily observations of a rare flower turn into a metaphysical journey that forces her as well as the viewer to question what is real and what is nightmare. more »


Smoking Causes Coughing

A group of vigilantes called the "tobacco-forces" is falling apart. To rebuild team spirit, their leader suggests that they meet for a week-long retreat, before returning to save the world. more »


Stormy Weather

What a treat. This trailblazing all-Black musical not only immortalized the title standard, delivered onscreen by Lena Horne, it delivers a cavalcade of similarly dazzling performances. Loosely based on the life of tap-dance legend Bill “Bojangles” Robinson, who stars, the film features Fats Waller, Cab Calloway, and the Nichola more »



Baritone Michael Volle stars as the caddish knight Falstaff, gleefully tormented by a trio of clever women who deliver his comeuppance, in Verdi’s glorious Shakespearean comedy. more »



Follows the history of shoe salesman Sonny Vaccaro, and how he led Nike in its pursuit of the greatest athlete in the history of basketball: Michael Jordan. more »



Imagine if a woman making films in Czechoslovakia in the 1960s wanted to make a film satirizing the way women in a Communist country (and elsewhere) were expected to behave and still get it seen. Věra Chytilová succeeded marvelously, putting manic pixies Jitka Cerhová and Ivana Karbanová into a series of absurd scenarios that am more »



In PAINT, Owen Wilson portrays Carl Nargle, Vermont's #1 public television painter who is convinced he has it all: a signature perm, custom van, and fans hanging on his every stroke... until a younger, better artist steals everything (and everyone) Carl loves. more »


Una Vita Difficile

You probably know a guy like Slivio (Alberto Sordi)—smart but not wise, principled but self-serving, stubborn for good and ill. As a couple of decades of Italian postwar turmoil roil around him in Dino Risi’s wry socio-political comedy, Silvio stays on the right side of history and on the wrong side of just about everybody else, more »


Mafia Mamma

An American mom inherits her grandfather's mafia empire in Italy. Guided by the firm's consigliere, she hilariously defies everyone's expectations as the new head of the family business. more »



A dream cast assembles for Strauss’s grand Viennese comedy. Soprano Lise Davidsen is the aging Marschallin, opposite mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard as her lover Octavian and soprano Erin Morley as Sophie, the beautiful younger woman who steals his heart. more »


The Hawks and The Sparrows

The odd film out in Pier Paolo Pasolini’s filmography is odd, indeed—in a charming way. After the opening credits are sung, a strolling father and his grown son (Chaplinesque Italian comedian Totò and Ninetto Davoli, respectively) encounter a talking crow, travel back in time to the Middle Ages, and return to the present for con more »


Deep Red

Dario Argento’s proto-slasher is as much twisty whodunnit as hair-raising horror. A musician (David Hemmings) randomly witnesses a grisly murder and finds himself drawn into the search for the black-gloved serial killer. Between the ghastly homicidal set pieces, style trumps sense. Fortunately, Argento’s restless camera work and more »



How good is Alien? So good that, except for the computer interfaces on the Nostromo, it looks like it could have been shot yesterday (it looks better than that, because no cruddy CGI). So good that countless films and TV series are still ripping it off to this day. So good that everything—everything—still plays. So good that you more »


Polite Society

A merry mash up of sisterly affection, parental disappointment and bold action, Polite Society follows martial artiest-in-training Ria Khan who believes she must save her older sister Lena from her impending marriage.  After enlisting the help of her friends, Ria attempts to pull off the most ambitious of all wedding heists in t more »


Showing Up

A sculptor preparing to open a new show must balance her creative life with the daily dramas of family and friends, in Kelly Reichardt's vibrant and captivatingly funny portrait of art and craft. more »


Blanchard & Cristofer’s CHAMPION

Six-time Grammy Award–winning composer Terence Blanchard brings his first opera to the Met after his Fire Shut Up in My Bones triumphantly premiered with the company to universal acclaim in 2021–22. more »


Forbidden Planet

It would be easy to take in the primitive special effects and upright ‘50s types barking made-up space jargon and write off 'Forbidden Planet' as kitsch. But it remains a classic for good reason. Based loosely on Shakespeare’s The Tempest, it grapples with, among other things, technology that takes our worst impulses and magnifi more »


Fantastic Planet

“Fantastic” is an understatement. René Laloux’s animated cult classic tells the story of the tiny human-like Oms, who are both pet and pest to the giant blue Draags, and the war that ultimately breaks out between them. The imagery of a hippie/Art Nouveau universe pulsing across the screen is worth the admission alone, but Lalo more »



A non-judgmental analysis of the driving forces of human behavior when confronted with the unknown, of the way we perceive the other and on how we relate to an unsettling future. more »


North By Northwest

Alfred Hitchcock’s most action-packed classic is also possibly his horniest. Cary Grant stars as Hitch’s most iconic wrong man, who gets dragged into a mish-mash of previous Hitch plots smeared between set pieces. But what set pieces! And every now and then, Grant’s gray-suited sophisticate and Eva Marie Saint’s half-his-age blo more »


Flamingo Road

A fascinating curio from Michael Curtiz that mixes politics and class consciousness with melodrama and noir elements. Joan Crawford plays a carnival dancer stranded in a small Southern town who tries to leave her tawdry past behind with a new love, only to run afoul of the plans of the local sheriff and petty political boss, pla more »



In the far future, the bitchy and effete 1 Percent rule the world from inaccessible luxury and dispatch hairy brutes in red diapers to kill everyone else, until one brute (Sean Connery) rises up and rocks their sexless, deathless, joyless world. But mere synopsis doesn’t do John Boorman’s drug- addled vision justice. One mustn't more »



The intimate portrait of a woman who returns home to care for her dying mother. A delicate and nuanced story of a fractured family, the story explores universal themes of abandonment, aging, acceptance, and redemption. more »


Jeanne Dielman, 23 Quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles

The greatest film of all time, according to the 2022 Sight & Sound critics’ poll, has a reputation for being boring. But that perception says more about the viewer than the work. Chantal Akerman foregrounds things not usually prioritized in cinema—domestic work, women’s inner lives—to create a strangely gripping immersion in the more »



Tony Award–winning director of Broadway’s A View from the Bridge and West Side Story, Ivo van Hove makes a major Met debut with a new take on Mozart’s tragicomedy, re-setting the familiar tale of deceit and damnation in an abstract architectural landscape and shining a light into the dark corners of the story and its characters. more »


Funeral Parade of Roses

Toshio Matsumoto’s queer masterpiece is like an oyster—impossibly, impeccably fresh and cool. Japanese gay icon Peter stars in his breakout role as a young trans girl caught in a triangle with the transwoman who runs the bar where she works and the boss’s gangster boyfriend. Matsumoto toggles between documentary interviews with more »


You Hurt My Feelings

A novelist's longstanding marriage is suddenly upended when she overhears her husband giving his honest reaction to her latest book. more »


Baby Face

A pre-Code career-woman double-feature. Ruth Chatterton’s tough auto executive has a problem in Female: She doesn’t much care for the available men, and the one man she’s interested in isn't quite available. In Baby Face, Barbara Stanwyck turns the tables on all the men who’ve exploited her and sleeps her way to the top of the c more »



A pre-Code career-woman double-feature. Ruth Chatterton’s tough auto executive has a problem in Female: She doesn’t much care for the available men, and the one man she’s interested in isn't quite available. In Baby Face, Barbara Stanwyck turns the tables on all the men who’ve exploited her and sleeps her way to the top of the c more »



Even back in the early days of the tentpole sequel business, there was no reason to expect the Alien sequel to turn out as well as it did. But James Cameron not only brought his blockbuster swagger to the game, he upped the stakes by playing to the hitherto unsuspected mama-bear potential of heroine Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) and more »


Charley Varrick

You’ve probably heard film nerds go on about the flinty, economical power of Don Siegel as a filmmaker, seen a few Clint Eastwood flicks, and shrugged. This is Siegel at his brawny best. Walter Matthau is a revelation as a low-rent crop duster-turned-bank robber who inadvertently makes off with a pile of mob money. With both cop more »



One of opera’s most beloved works receives its first new Met staging in 19 years—a daring vision by renowned English director Simon McBurney that The Wall Street Journal declared “the best production I’ve ever witnessed of Mozart’s opera.” more »


The Lost Boys

Joel Schumacher made an exemplary ‘80s popcorn flick, to be sure.  But it lingers in the pop-culture memory because those blood-sucking symbols at its heart are always good for a little immortality, plus it’s ultimately a story of growing up and making choices about what kind of life you’re going to live (maybe forever). Plus, s more »