There’s an abundance of riches in movie houses across our fair city of New York—and, of course, beyond. We’ve long wanted to feature discussions among our contributors about the many options out there, and we‘re pleased to dive right in with the first of a new strand in the Film Comment Podcast family. In the first half, we go deep into the repertory side with Screen Slate’s Jon Dieringer and FC Contributing Editor (and Screen Slate board member) Nellie Killian, including titles by Margarethe von Trotta and the largely unknown James Robert Baker (Blonde Death); then, frequent FC contributors Sheila O’Malley and Nick Pinkerton glance across the slate of new and recent releases and give us their thoughts on such titles as Private Life, Burning, and The Ballad of Buster Scruggs.