Andrzej Wajda and Jean-Claude Carrière's daring, and dashing, history of the Reign of Terror in revolutionary France pits Robespierre, the ruthless Jacobin, and Danton, the self-appointed populist, in an ideological clash between two forms of despotism: tyranny of the one, and of the many. The film's contemporary relevance in 1983 did not go unnoticed, provoking cries of heresy among the embattled socialist left in France, and cries of heroic resistance within Poland's Solidarity movement during martial law.
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The Hunger at IFC Center
Through Sep 22 Fri | 11AM
"After an initial orgy of fancy camerawork, the movie settles down into the story of Bowie's final days. He has that disease, where you age suddenly. He needs a lot of blood to keep going. He appeals ...
The 71st Annual Emmy Awards on FOX: A Free Live Screening at SVA Theatre
Sun | 8PM
As part of After School Special: The 2019 School of Visual Arts Alumni Film & Animation Festival, we are pleased to present a free live screening of The 71st Annual Emmy Awards, broadcast via FOX on t...
'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' 3D Screening and Q&A at SVA Theatre
Sun | 3PM
As part of After School Special: The 2019 School of Visual Arts Alumni Film & Animation Festival, we are pleased to present a special 3D screening of the Academy Award-winning animated film Spider-Man...