Jul
22
8:00 pm20:00

The Masters Series: Wim Wenders

The Masters Series: Wim Wenders
Video Revival's Masters Series is expanding for the month of July to five nights a week, showcasing work from the conventional masters of cinema with a curation of both new and old directors across narrative, documentary and experimental forms. Come by at 8pm for a drink and discussion, opening with an experimental short, feature presentation of the evening's director.

Wenders: "My advice is, don't spend money on therapy. Spend it in a record store."  or "The Yanks have colonized our subconscious."

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Jul
22
Jul 23

Miyazaki Midnights

Settle in with a late night screening Ghibli film by Hayao Miyazaki every Saturday night this summer at 11:30pm, grab a drink, bring a few snacks, enjoy the A/C and get swept away by the colors and sights. All films English subtitled. Sign up for our mailing list for more details on each week's screening. All tickets $8.

Jul
23
8:00 pm20:00

The Masters Series: Carl Theodor Dreyer

The Masters Series: Carl Theodor Dreyer
Video Revival's Masters Series is expanding for the month of July to five nights a week, showcasing work from the conventional masters of cinema with a curation of both new and old directors across narrative, documentary and experimental forms. Come by at 8pm for a drink and discussion, opening with an experimental short, feature presentation of the evening's director.

Dreyer: "Nothing in the world can be compared to the human face. It is a land one can never tire of exploring."

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Flooding with Love for The Kid
Jul
24
8:00 pm20:00

Flooding with Love for The Kid

Flooding with Love for The Kid
Director: Zachary Oberzan, 2012.
United States, 107 minutes.
English.

Meticulously adapted from David Morrell’s novel First Blood, which introduced the world to a young man named Rambo and his one-man war against a small town and its sheriff, Flooding with Love for The Kid is in itself a one-man cinematic war. Shot entirely for $96 in a 220 square foot studio apartment in Manhattan, it was adapted, directed, filmed, acted, designed, and edited by one man. Actor and filmmaker Zachary Oberzan, performing all two dozen characters himself, has created a monumental testament to the animal ingenuity and triumphant spirit of the lone artist with no money, no resources, no nothing. A wild, violent, compassionate ride through the back hills and caves of Kentucky, this film and its maker embrace their extreme limitations, and in doing so, ultimately transcend them. As Rambo and Sheriff Teasle hunt each other in the woods, the audience is forced to redefine the very nature of “suspension of disbelief." How and why this story is told is a statement far larger than any story itself. This film asks the questions, "What do you need to make a good film? How much money, how many actors, how much space? Can you make a great narrative film with nothing but your love of the work?" Completely transgressive yet action-packed and heart-breaking, Flooding with Love for The Kid destroys all previous notions of low-budget filmmaking with a determination lifted from Rambo’s own infuriated rampage.

Jul
26
8:00 pm20:00

The Masters Series: Charlie Chaplin

The Masters Series: Charlie Chaplin
Video Revival's Masters Series is expanding for the month of July to five nights a week, showcasing work from the conventional masters of cinema with a curation of both new and old directors across narrative, documentary and experimental forms. Come by at 8pm for a drink and discussion, opening with an experimental short, feature presentation of the evening's director.

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Jul
27
8:00 pm20:00

The Masters Series: Luis Buñel

The Masters Series: Luis Buñel
Video Revival's Masters Series is expanding for the month of July to five nights a week, showcasing work from the conventional masters of cinema with a curation of both new and old directors across narrative, documentary and experimental forms. Come by at 8pm for a drink and discussion, opening with an experimental short, feature presentation of the evening's director.

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Jul
28
8:00 pm20:00

The Masters Series: Vittorio De Sica

The Masters Series: Vittorio De Sica
Video Revival's Masters Series is expanding for the month of July to five nights a week, showcasing work from the conventional masters of cinema with a curation of both new and old directors across narrative, documentary and experimental forms. Come by at 8pm for a drink and discussion, opening with an experimental short, feature presentation of the evening's director.

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Flooding with Love for The Kid
Jul
29
5:00 pm17:00

Flooding with Love for The Kid

Flooding with Love for The Kid
Director: Zachary Oberzan, 2012.
United States, 107 minutes.
English.

Meticulously adapted from David Morrell’s novel First Blood, which introduced the world to a young man named Rambo and his one-man war against a small town and its sheriff, Flooding with Love for The Kid is in itself a one-man cinematic war. Shot entirely for $96 in a 220 square foot studio apartment in Manhattan, it was adapted, directed, filmed, acted, designed, and edited by one man. Actor and filmmaker Zachary Oberzan, performing all two dozen characters himself, has created a monumental testament to the animal ingenuity and triumphant spirit of the lone artist with no money, no resources, no nothing. A wild, violent, compassionate ride through the back hills and caves of Kentucky, this film and its maker embrace their extreme limitations, and in doing so, ultimately transcend them. As Rambo and Sheriff Teasle hunt each other in the woods, the audience is forced to redefine the very nature of “suspension of disbelief." How and why this story is told is a statement far larger than any story itself. This film asks the questions, "What do you need to make a good film? How much money, how many actors, how much space? Can you make a great narrative film with nothing but your love of the work?" Completely transgressive yet action-packed and heart-breaking, Flooding with Love for The Kid destroys all previous notions of low-budget filmmaking with a determination lifted from Rambo’s own infuriated rampage.

Jul
29
8:00 pm20:00

The Masters Series: Alejandro Jodorowsky

The Masters Series: Alejandro Jodorowsky
Video Revival's Masters Series is expanding for the month of July to five nights a week, showcasing work from the conventional masters of cinema with a curation of both new and old directors across narrative, documentary and experimental forms. Come by at 8pm for a drink and discussion, opening with an experimental short, feature presentation of the evening's director.

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Jul
29
Jul 30

Miyazaki Midnights

Settle in with a late night screening Ghibli film by Hayao Miyazaki every Saturday night this summer at 11:30pm, grab a drink, bring a few snacks, enjoy the A/C and get swept away by the colors and sights. All films English subtitled. Sign up for our mailing list for more details on each week's screening. All tickets $8.

Jul
30
8:00 pm20:00

The Masters Series: Jean Luc Godard

The Masters Series: Jean Luc Godard
Video Revival's Masters Series is expanding for the month of July to five nights a week, showcasing work from the conventional masters of cinema with a curation of both new and old directors across narrative, documentary and experimental forms. Come by at 8pm for a drink and discussion, opening with an experimental short, feature presentation of the evening's director.

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Aug
5
Aug 6

Miyazaki Midnights

Settle in with a late night screening Ghibli film by Hayao Miyazaki every Saturday night this summer at 11:30pm, grab a drink, bring a few snacks, enjoy the A/C and get swept away by the colors and sights. All films English subtitled. Sign up for our mailing list for more details on each week's screening. All tickets $8.

Aug
12
Aug 13

Miyazaki Midnights

Settle in with a late night screening Ghibli film by Hayao Miyazaki every Saturday night this summer at 11:30pm, grab a drink, bring a few snacks, enjoy the A/C and get swept away by the colors and sights. All films English subtitled. Sign up for our mailing list for more details on each week's screening. All tickets $8.

Aug
19
Aug 20

Miyazaki Midnights

Settle in with a late night screening Ghibli film by Hayao Miyazaki every Saturday night this summer at 11:30pm, grab a drink, bring a few snacks, enjoy the A/C and get swept away by the colors and sights. All films English subtitled. Sign up for our mailing list for more details on each week's screening. All tickets $8.

Aug
26
Aug 27

Miyazaki Midnights

Settle in with a late night screening Ghibli film by Hayao Miyazaki every Saturday night this summer at 11:30pm, grab a drink, bring a few snacks, enjoy the A/C and get swept away by the colors and sights. All films English subtitled. Sign up for our mailing list for more details on each week's screening. All tickets $8.


Jul
21
8:00 pm20:00

The Masters Series: Akira Kurosawa

The Masters Series: Akira Kurosawa
Video Revival's Masters Series is expanding for the month of July to five nights a week, showcasing work from the conventional masters of cinema with a curation of both new and old directors across narrative, documentary and experimental forms. Come by at 8pm for a drink and discussion, opening with an experimental short, feature presentation of the evening's director.

Kurosawa: "Man is a genius when he is dreaming."

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Jul
20
8:00 pm20:00

The Masters Series: John Cassavetes

The Masters Series: John Cassavetes
Video Revival's Masters Series is expanding for the month of July to five nights a week, showcasing work from the conventional masters of cinema with a curation of both new and old directors across narrative, documentary and experimental forms. Come by at 8pm for a drink and discussion, opening with an experimental short, feature presentation of the evening's director.

Cassavetes: "I hate entertainment."

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Jul
19
8:00 pm20:00

The Masters Series: Rainer Werner Fassbinder

The Masters Series: Rainer Werner Fassbinder
Video Revival's Masters Series is expanding for the month of July to five nights a week, showcasing work from the conventional masters of cinema with a curation of both new and old directors across narrative, documentary and experimental forms. Come by at 8pm for a drink and discussion, opening with an experimental short, feature presentation of the evening's director.

Fassbinder: "I detest the idea that love between two persons can lead to salvation. All my life I have fought against this oppressive type of relationship. Instead, I believe in searching for a kind of love that somehow involves all of humanity.

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Jul
16
8:00 pm20:00

The Masters Series: Jean Renoir

The Masters Series: Jean Renoir
Video Revival's Masters Series is expanding for the month of July to five nights a week, showcasing work from the conventional masters of cinema with a curation of both new and old directors across narrative, documentary and experimental forms. Come by at 8pm for a drink and discussion, opening with an experimental short, feature presentation of the evening's director.

Renoir: "When a friends speaks to me, whatever he says is interesting"

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Jul
15
Jul 16

Miyazaki Midnights

Settle in with a late night screening Ghibli film by Hayao Miyazaki every Saturday night this summer at 11:30pm, grab a drink, bring a few snacks, enjoy the A/C and get swept away by the colors and sights. All films English subtitled. Sign up for our mailing list for more details on each week's screening. All tickets $8.

Jul
15
8:00 pm20:00

The Masters Series: Stanley Kubrick

The Masters Series: Stanley Kubrick
Video Revival's Masters Series is expanding for the month of July to five nights a week, showcasing work from the conventional masters of cinema with a curation of both new and old directors across narrative, documentary and experimental forms. Come by at 8pm for a drink and discussion, opening with an experimental short, feature presentation of the evening's director.

Kubrick: "I never learned anything at all in school and didn't read a book for pleasure until I was 19 years old"

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Flooding with Love for The Kid
Jul
15
5:00 pm17:00

Flooding with Love for The Kid

Flooding with Love for The Kid
Director: Zachary Oberzan, 2012.
United States, 107 minutes.
English.

Meticulously adapted from David Morrell’s novel First Blood, which introduced the world to a young man named Rambo and his one-man war against a small town and its sheriff, Flooding with Love for The Kid is in itself a one-man cinematic war. Shot entirely for $96 in a 220 square foot studio apartment in Manhattan, it was adapted, directed, filmed, acted, designed, and edited by one man. Actor and filmmaker Zachary Oberzan, performing all two dozen characters himself, has created a monumental testament to the animal ingenuity and triumphant spirit of the lone artist with no money, no resources, no nothing. A wild, violent, compassionate ride through the back hills and caves of Kentucky, this film and its maker embrace their extreme limitations, and in doing so, ultimately transcend them. As Rambo and Sheriff Teasle hunt each other in the woods, the audience is forced to redefine the very nature of “suspension of disbelief." How and why this story is told is a statement far larger than any story itself. This film asks the questions, "What do you need to make a good film? How much money, how many actors, how much space? Can you make a great narrative film with nothing but your love of the work?" Completely transgressive yet action-packed and heart-breaking, Flooding with Love for The Kid destroys all previous notions of low-budget filmmaking with a determination lifted from Rambo’s own infuriated rampage.

Jul
14
8:00 pm20:00

The Masters Series: Andrei Tarkovsky

The Masters Series: Andrei Tarkovsky
Video Revival's Masters Series is expanding for the month of July to five nights a week, showcasing work from the conventional masters of cinema with a curation of both new and old directors across narrative, documentary and experimental forms. Come by at 8pm for a drink and discussion, opening with an experimental short, feature presentation of the evening's director.

Tarkovsky: "I have always liked people who can't adapt themselves to life pragmatically"

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Jul
13
8:00 pm20:00

The Masters Series: Michelangelo Antonioni

The Masters Series: Michelangelo Antonioni
Video Revival's Masters Series is expanding for the month of July to five nights a week, showcasing work from the conventional masters of cinema with a curation of both new and old directors across narrative, documentary and experimental forms. Come by at 8pm for a drink and discussion, opening with an experimental short, feature presentation of the evening's director.

Antonioni: "Hollywood is like being nowhere and talking to nobody about nothing"

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Jul
12
8:00 pm20:00

The Masters Series: Federico Fellini

The Masters Series: Federico Fellini
Video Revival's Masters Series is expanding for the month of July to five nights a week, showcasing work from the conventional masters of cinema with a curation of both new and old directors across narrative, documentary and experimental forms. Come by at 8pm for a drink and discussion, opening with an experimental short, feature presentation of the evening's director.

Fellini: "I feel alive only when I do my job"

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Flooding with Love for The Kid
Jul
11
8:00 pm20:00

Flooding with Love for The Kid

Flooding with Love for The Kid
Director: Zachary Oberzan, 2012.
United States, 107 minutes.
English.

Meticulously adapted from David Morrell’s novel First Blood, which introduced the world to a young man named Rambo and his one-man war against a small town and its sheriff, Flooding with Love for The Kid is in itself a one-man cinematic war. Shot entirely for $96 in a 220 square foot studio apartment in Manhattan, it was adapted, directed, filmed, acted, designed, and edited by one man. Actor and filmmaker Zachary Oberzan, performing all two dozen characters himself, has created a monumental testament to the animal ingenuity and triumphant spirit of the lone artist with no money, no resources, no nothing. A wild, violent, compassionate ride through the back hills and caves of Kentucky, this film and its maker embrace their extreme limitations, and in doing so, ultimately transcend them. As Rambo and Sheriff Teasle hunt each other in the woods, the audience is forced to redefine the very nature of “suspension of disbelief." How and why this story is told is a statement far larger than any story itself. This film asks the questions, "What do you need to make a good film? How much money, how many actors, how much space? Can you make a great narrative film with nothing but your love of the work?" Completely transgressive yet action-packed and heart-breaking, Flooding with Love for The Kid destroys all previous notions of low-budget filmmaking with a determination lifted from Rambo’s own infuriated rampage.

Jul
9
8:00 pm20:00

The Masters Series: Robert Bresson

The Masters Series: Robert Bresson
Video Revival's Masters Series is expanding for the month of July to five nights a week, showcasing work from the conventional masters of cinema with a curation of both new and old directors across narrative, documentary and experimental forms. Come by at 8pm for a drink and discussion, opening with an experimental short, feature presentation of the evening's director.

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Jul
8
8:00 pm20:00

The Masters Series: Yasujirō Ozu

The Masters Series: Yasujirō Ozu
Video Revival's Masters Series is expanding for the month of July to five nights a week, showcasing work from the conventional masters of cinema with a curation of both new and old directors across narrative, documentary and experimental forms. Come by at 8pm for a drink and discussion, opening with an experimental short, feature presentation of the evening's director.

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Flooding with Love for The Kid
Jul
8
5:00 pm17:00

Flooding with Love for The Kid

Flooding with Love for The Kid
Director: Zachary Oberzan, 2012.
United States, 107 minutes.
English.

Meticulously adapted from David Morrell’s novel First Blood, which introduced the world to a young man named Rambo and his one-man war against a small town and its sheriff, Flooding with Love for The Kid is in itself a one-man cinematic war. Shot entirely for $96 in a 220 square foot studio apartment in Manhattan, it was adapted, directed, filmed, acted, designed, and edited by one man. Actor and filmmaker Zachary Oberzan, performing all two dozen characters himself, has created a monumental testament to the animal ingenuity and triumphant spirit of the lone artist with no money, no resources, no nothing. A wild, violent, compassionate ride through the back hills and caves of Kentucky, this film and its maker embrace their extreme limitations, and in doing so, ultimately transcend them. As Rambo and Sheriff Teasle hunt each other in the woods, the audience is forced to redefine the very nature of “suspension of disbelief." How and why this story is told is a statement far larger than any story itself. This film asks the questions, "What do you need to make a good film? How much money, how many actors, how much space? Can you make a great narrative film with nothing but your love of the work?" Completely transgressive yet action-packed and heart-breaking, Flooding with Love for The Kid destroys all previous notions of low-budget filmmaking with a determination lifted from Rambo’s own infuriated rampage.

Jul
7
8:00 pm20:00

The Masters Series: Ingmar Bergman

The Masters Series: Ingmar Bergman
Video Revival's Masters Series is expanding for the month of July to five nights a week, showcasing work from the conventional masters of cinema with a curation of both new and old directors across narrative, documentary and experimental forms. Come by at 8pm for a drink and discussion, opening with an experimental short, feature presentation of the evening's director.

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Jul
5
8:00 pm20:00

The Masters Series: Richard Linklater

The Masters Series: Richard Linklater
Video Revival's Masters Series is expanding for the month of July to five nights a week, showcasing work from the conventional masters of cinema with a curation of both new and old directors across narrative, documentary and experimental forms. Come by at 8pm for a drink and discussion, opening with an experimental short, feature presentation of the evening's director.

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Jun
29
7:30 pm19:30

VR Film Club

Introducing the Video Revival Film Club! Film Club members are invited to weekly members-only screenings, which are curated for and by the club members themselves. Discuss and vote on which films to screen with other members, attend screenings, and participate in club discussions. For just $75.00 you will have access to 6 months* of private screenings, as well as other discounts and perks throughout the theater’s regular schedule.

VR Film Club screenings are open to Film Club members, so check out membership today!

Jun
28
7:00 pm19:00

Video Revival presents: The Masters Series

Video Revival presents: The Masters Series
Video Revival's Masters Series expands from the conventional masters of cinema to showcase a curation of both new and old directors across narrative, documentary and experimental forms to be followed by discussion and examination of the work at hand. Sign up for our mailing list to stay up to date with each week's screening. All tickets $10.

Pastoral Hide and Seek
Jun
27
9:30 pm21:30

Pastoral Hide and Seek

Pastoral Hide and Seek
Director: Shuji Terayama, 1974.
Japan, 104 minutes.
Japanese with English subtitles.

Semi-autobiographical in the loosest sense, Pastoral Hide and Seek reads as a surrealist Post-war coming of age tale that takes a sudden meta tone as the film shifts near it's midway point to add an additional layer of depth to a film already drenched in experimental, avant-garde visuals illustrating the journey of the artist seeking himself in the rural Japanese countryside. The result is a complex, introspective, spellbindingly subversive film about the artist, reality and reconstruction of memory that deserves more than one viewing. 

Hardware
Jun
27
7:30 pm19:30

Hardware

Hardware
Director: Richard Stanley, 1990.
UK, USA, 94 minutes.
English.

In a post-apocalyptic future brought on by sentient, self-replicating robots bent on human annihilation, a scrap metal scavenger stumbles across a strange artifact and brings it back to the slum colony known as New York. The artifact however, is the head unit of one of these robots and is unwittingly reactivated. This film is a visual assault of colors and sounds, grating to the eye, engaging and nightmarish. Billowing smoke, blown out reds, bleached landscapes all add to the relatively straightforward narrative to create a truly remarkable excursion into the genres of sci-fi and action.