Belle de jour
In Belle de jour, Luis Buñuel and Jean-Claude Carrière's mystery box of dreams within flashbacks within fantasies, Catherine Deneuve embodies the Surrealist ideal of femininity as at once virginal and vampirical—bored housewife by night, whore by day—martyring herself to male desire, to painful guilty pleasures of the flesh, to achieve her own desire. "[S]omehow, letting the color in—and this is Buñuel's first color film—has changed the emotional quality of his obsessions in a completely unpredictable way…. The movie ends with a dark ambiguity to what has gone on before, but every detail has been carefully thought out that seeing it again is like seeing it in another key" (Renata Adler).
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BRIC Media Arts Fellowship Film Screening at BRIC House Stoop
Tue | 7PM - 9PM
Over the last year, our Fellows have honed the media production skills they acquired during their BRIC Media Arts Fellowship. The result is 12 visually stunning pieces of art told through film that we...
Movies @ the Library at Brooklyn Public Library - Marcy Branch
Tue | 5:45 pm – 7:45 pm
Join us for a movie at Marcy Library! Sit back, relax, and enjoy a film with your fellow adult library-goers. We'll be watching POINT BREAK (rated R), starring Keanu Reeves and Patrick Swayze. Surf's ...
Raw Brooklyn Presents Arise at Brooklyn Bazaar
Wed | 7PM
RAW Artists returns to Brooklyn to spotlight local independent talent in visual art, film, fashion, accessory design, music, performance art, beauty, handmade crafts, tech, and photography. Immerse y...