Freaky Film Series By Weyes Blood
Journey to the 4th Dimension with musician Weyes Blood's Freaky Film Series at Roxy Cinema.
The New Essentials By Nicolas Rapold
A new series showcasing bold cinema from the 2000's not to be forgotten!
Eve Arballo On Normal Love
The Film-makers’ Cooperative, the Museum of Sex, and Roxy Cinema New York present a one-time screening of Jack Smith’s Normal Love (1963) as part of the Carnal Screen Series.
Jazmín López Interview by Steve Macfarlane
Spectacle and Roxy Cinema New York team up for a special presentation of artist Jazmín López' breakout debut feature film Leones, on a rare 35mm print.
Who Killed Teddy Bear? - By Miriam Linna
The wax maven at New York record label, Norton Records, and publisher of Kicks Books and Kicks Magazine calls the Sal Mineo fan club to order for the upcoming screening of a cult classic.
A Conversation with Owen Kline
Owen Kline talks with Roxy Cinema about the premiere of his directorial debut, Funny Pages, and the programming of his upcoming repertory series at Roxy Cinema.
Adam Green Aladdin Q&A
Multi-hyphenate artist Adam Green came to the Roxy Cinema New York to share his 2016 film Aladdin starring Natasha Lyonne, Macaulay Culkin, Alia Shawkat, Franceso Clemente, Zoe Kravitz and many notable musicians from the New York music scene.
Woman As Witch - By Illyse Singer
The Director of Roxy Cinema explores the evolution of women in film through the role of supernatural and beyond.
Ciao! Manhattan 50 Year Anniversary Screening
Edie Sedgwick stars as an Andy Warhol Superstar (herself, mostly) who’s come and gone in the cult classic film, Ciao! Manhattan. Rarely seen in 35mm, we are delighted to show this pristine print for its 50th Anniversary! Friday July 22nd.
Slow Machine Cast Q&A at Roxy Cinema - Watch Now
Watch Chloe Sevigny, Eleanor Friedberger, Scott Shepherd, and Joe DeNarder at Roxy Cinema.
Benjamin Crossley-Marra remembers the first time he saw Betty Blue.
FROM HER TO ETERNITY: NICK CAVE ON SCREEN
MUBI Co Presents a Series on Nick Cave in anticipation of the new documentary, This Much I Know To Be True.
LGBTQ Pride Film Series
Roxy Cinema New York has put together an eclectic LGBTQ Pride film series to celebrate pride in New York City.
Roxy Cinema New York Does Cannes Film Festival
Roxy Cinema New York Attended the 75th edition of the Cannes Film Festival in 2022
David Cronenberg Retrospective at Roxy Cinema New York
Roxy Cinema New York presents a David Cronenberg retrospective on 35mm in celebration of his new film, Crimes of the Future.
Alex Ross Perry's The Color Wheel
After building a devoted critical following across a 2011 festival run that culminated in it being crowned “Best Undistributed Film” by Village Voice, The Color Wheel landed in U.S. cinemas in May 2012 with a push from Frownland distributor Factory25.
Hamilton Morris discusses Ultra LSD and Xenon at The Roxy Cinema New York
Hamilton Morris has one of the most unique and interesting perspectives working in TV/Film.
On Dying: Afterlife Film Series
The On Dying: Afterlife film series is an exploration into death and how art transmutes and perceives this ending that none of us can escape.
The Legacy of Lina Wertmüller
Lina Wertmüller entered the 1970’s with an already respectable, though largely commercial, body of work (the exception being her debut I basilischi, more of a piece with these later films).
City Dudes Blindfolded Film Series at Roxy Cinema New York
City Dudes blindfolded film series at Roxy Cinema New York is curated and hosted by the American cinematographer Sean Price Williams and American writer Nick Pinkerton. Might could be they’ll have the occasional Exciting Guest on-hand as well.
Screen Slate 10 Year Anniversary At The Roxy Cinema
On the occasion of Screen Slate's 10th anniversary and the return of in-person screenings, Screen Slate and Roxy Cinema are thrilled to present a weekend of programming.
Pink Flamingos: The Film That Launched A Legacy In 35mm Print
This Saturday the Roxy Cinema presents two screenings in 35mm of John Waters’ classic Pink Flamingos.
Roxy Cinema Presents Blade Runner: A Spectacle In Neo-Noir
Stanley Kubrick’s 2001 introduced HAL as Artificial Intelligence that was incorporeal, with godlike omnipresence and a ruthless will to dominate.