Previously at the ICA - Seasons

Spike Lee, Do the Right Thing, 1989

ICA Cinematheque: NY, NY

17 May 201323 May 2013

The ICA Cinematheque presents a series of repertory screenings celebrating the city of New York and its various cinematic depictions, from the Brooklyn brownstones and sweat-drenched pizzerias of Spike Lee's Do the Right Thing to the palatial Manhattan bars, restaurants and hotel rooms that populate Mary Harron's pitch black satire American Psycho.

  • Spike Lee, Do the Right Thing, 1989

    ICA Cinematheque: Do the Right Thing

    17 May 2013

    This 1989 urban drama arguably remains Spike Lee's finest work to date - it exhibits his trademark style at its most honest, energetic and pertinent.

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  • Mary Harron, American Psycho, 2000

    ICA Cinematheque: American Psycho

    21 May 2013

    This slick adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis' controversial novel exorcises much of the violence and pornography that attracted notoriety surrounding the book's publication to instead focus on the source text's scathing social satire of 1980s consumer culture.

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  • Abel Ferarra, King of New York, 1990

    ICA Cinematheque: King of New York

    23 May 2013

    The first large-budget production from Abel Ferarra, controversial director of Driller Killer and Bad Lieutenant, features an unforgettable performance from Christopher Walken as gangland drug baron Frank White, who recently released from prison sets out to be 'King of New York'.

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