This week, FC Co-Deputy Editor Clinton Krute surveys the wealth of cinematic delights on offer this fall across repertory calendars, both in person in New York City and online. To guide him through the thicket of newly rediscovered gems, lost classics, and thematic programs, Clint is joined by three experts: critic and filmmaker Gina Telaroli; Inney Prakash, programmer and founder of the Prismatic Ground festival; and Steve Macfarlane, programmer at Spectacle Theater and department assistant at the Museum of Modern Art. They discuss Anthology Film Archives’ ongoing Imageless Films series, the upcoming Hugo Fregonese and Beth and Scott B retrospectives at MoMA, the online series Spectral Grounds: Black Experimental Film, and much more.

Links and Things

Imageless Films, Part 5 at Anthology Film Archives

Hugo Fregonese: Man on the Run at MoMA

The Films of Beth and Scott B at MoMA

Pietro Marcello’s The Mouth of the Wolf at Maysles Documentary Center

Midlengths at Metrograph

Three Films by Larry Gottheim at Maysles Documentary Center

An Evening with Larry Gottheim at Spectacle

Spectral Ground: Black Experimental Film at

Karen Lamassone at Anthology Film Archives

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