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Magnolia at the Modern
Jan 19, 2013

“A finely sketched portrait of the artist's unlikely pursuit of perfection.” Michelle Orange, The Village Voice. Ben Shapiro's fascinating profile of the acclaimed artist includes stories of his Park Slope childhood, his summers in the bucolic countryside (which he now imbues with a sense of dread and foreboding), and his encounter with Diane Arbus's work in 1972 at age 10. Novelists Rick Moody and Russell Banks, and fellow photographer Laurie Simmons, comment on the motivation behind their friend's haunting images.

Unrated; 77 minutes

Magnolia at the Modern
Jan 20, 2013

“A finely sketched portrait of the artist's unlikely pursuit of perfection.” Michelle Orange, The Village Voice. Ben Shapiro's fascinating profile of the acclaimed artist includes stories of his Park Slope childhood, his summers in the bucolic countryside (which he now imbues with a sense of dread and foreboding), and his encounter with Diane Arbus's work in 1972 at age 10. Novelists Rick Moody and Russell Banks, and fellow photographer Laurie Simmons, comment on the motivation behind their friend's haunting images.

Unrated; 77 minutes

Magnolia at the Modern
Jan 20, 2013

“A finely sketched portrait of the artist's unlikely pursuit of perfection.” Michelle Orange, The Village Voice. Ben Shapiro's fascinating profile of the acclaimed artist includes stories of his Park Slope childhood, his summers in the bucolic countryside (which he now imbues with a sense of dread and foreboding), and his encounter with Diane Arbus's work in 1972 at age 10. Novelists Rick Moody and Russell Banks, and fellow photographer Laurie Simmons, comment on the motivation behind their friend's haunting images.

Unrated; 77 minutes

Magnolia at the Modern
Jan 20, 2013

“A finely sketched portrait of the artist's unlikely pursuit of perfection.” Michelle Orange, The Village Voice. Ben Shapiro's fascinating profile of the acclaimed artist includes stories of his Park Slope childhood, his summers in the bucolic countryside (which he now imbues with a sense of dread and foreboding), and his encounter with Diane Arbus's work in 1972 at age 10. Novelists Rick Moody and Russell Banks, and fellow photographer Laurie Simmons, comment on the motivation behind their friend's haunting images.

Unrated; 77 minutes

Magnolia at the Modern
Jan 25, 2013

Friday 6 and 8:45 pm; Saturday 4 pm; Sunday 11 am and 2 pm ONLY

The Sunday 4:45 pm show time has been cancelled.

“A first-rate investigative documentary on the notorious West Memphis Three case, its questionable prosecution, and its dubious resolution.” John Anderson, Variety.          

R; 147 minutes

Magnolia at the Modern
Jan 25, 2013

Friday 6 and 8:45 pm; Saturday 4 pm; Sunday 11 am and 2 pm ONLY

The Sunday 4:45 pm show time has been cancelled.

“A first-rate investigative documentary on the notorious West Memphis Three case, its questionable prosecution, and its dubious resolution.” John Anderson, Variety.          

R; 147 minutes

Magnolia at the Modern
Jan 26, 2013

Friday 6 and 8:45 pm; Saturday 4 pm; Sunday 11 am and 2 pm ONLY

The Sunday 4:45 pm show time has been cancelled.

“A first-rate investigative documentary on the notorious West Memphis Three case, its questionable prosecution, and its dubious resolution.” John Anderson, Variety.          

R; 147 minutes

Magnolia at the Modern
Jan 27, 2013

Friday 6 and 8:45 pm; Saturday 4 pm; Sunday 11 am and 2 pm ONLY

The Sunday 4:45 pm show time has been cancelled.

“A first-rate investigative documentary on the notorious West Memphis Three case, its questionable prosecution, and its dubious resolution.” John Anderson, Variety.          

R; 147 minutes

Magnolia at the Modern
Jan 27, 2013

Friday 6 and 8:45 pm; Saturday 4 pm; Sunday 11 am and 2 pm ONLY

The Sunday 4:45 pm show time has been cancelled.

“A first-rate investigative documentary on the notorious West Memphis Three case, its questionable prosecution, and its dubious resolution.” John Anderson, Variety.          

R; 147 minutes

Magnolia at the Modern
Feb 01, 2013

Friday 6 and 8:15 pm; Saturday 5 pm; Sunday 11:45 am, 2 pm, and 4:15 pm

“A tender, wrenching, impeccably directed story of love and death.” Manohla Dargis, The New York Times. Michael Haneke’s stunning portrait of an elderly couple battling the wife’s crippling illness won the Palme d’Or at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.

PG-13; 127 minutes

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