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The Film Society of Lincoln Center is doing a weekend-long retrospective of the films of Pam Grier from March 15th through March 17th. Grier is best known for her work in blaxploitation/exploitation classics like Foxy Brown, The Big Bird Cage, and Coffy, and her career-rejuvenating lead role in Quentin Tarantino's Jackie Brown.
Pam Grier herself will be in attendance at the following film screenings:
The Big Bird Cage
Scream, Blacula, Scream
In addition to the retrospective screenings, there will be a Conversation with Pam Grier on March 17th, in which she'll discuss her career and look at some clips of career highlights.
For more information on the Pam Grier film series and the films that are screening, go here or visit FilmLinc.com. After the cut, the opening credits to Foxy Brown and Jackie Brown.
From November 29th to December 5th, the Film Society of Lincoln Center will host Making Waves: New Romanian Cinema. This is a Romanina film festival that highlights some of the best films coming out of the country right now, including Beyond the Hills, the latest film from Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks, and 2 Days), and Of Snails and Men, which is based on a true story and reminiscent of The Full Monty.
Twelve recent Romanian films will be shown. There will also be a short film program, five retrospective screenings (a few of which are free to the public), and a number of panels/discussions about the arts and culture in Europe.
We'll have reviews of a few of the films at the festival next week, and possibly the week after. For a screening schedule and more info on the Making Waves film series at Lincoln Center, go here.
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