BAMcinematek has set a film series titled “Elliott Gould: Star for an Uptight Age,” from Aug. 1-21.
The series will screen at BAM Rose Cinemas and will feature Q&As with the thesp.
Robert Altman’s “MASH” will enjoy a weeklong run to start off the series, and two other Altman-Gould collaborations — “The Long Goodbye” and “California Split” — will screen. Alan Arkin-helmed “Little Murders” will be followed by a Q&A sesh with Gould. Other screenings include Paul Mazursky’s “Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice”; 1970’s “Getting Straight”; and Ingmar Bergman’s “The Touch,” which closes the series.
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Gotham’s Museum of Modern Art will unspool its sixth annual “Premiere Brazil!” celebrating contemporary Brazilian cinema from Thursday through July 31.
The exhibition includes 10 features and documentaries from Brazilian filmmakers, all in Portuguese. Some of the helmers will be present to introduce their pics.
Marcos Jorge’s feature “Estomago” (A Gastronomic Story) and Walter Lima Jr.’s “Os desafinados” (Out of Tune) will kick off the series. Other pics include Jorge Furtado’s “Saneamento basico” (Basic Sanitation) and 2008’s “O misterio do samba” (The Mystery of Samba).
The exhibition is a joint effort between the MOMA and the Rio de Janeiro Intl. Film Fest, headed by Ilda Santiago and Iafa Britz.