As a founding member of the 1960s New York City–based dance collective Judson Dance Theater, Yvonne Rainer was one of the 20th century’s most innovative choreographers. But did you know that she had an equally remarkable career as a filmmaker from 1972 to 1996?
Today through Thursday, the Film Society of Lincoln Center is featuring Talking Pictures: The Cinema of Yvonne Rainer. See Rainer’s films at the Francesca Beale Theater alongside those of her contemporaries and a couple of her personal favorites. Check out the lineup.
Tuesday, July 25
Rainer’s The Man Who Envied Women (1985)
Jean Renoir’s The Rules of the Game (1939)
Wednesday, July 26
Rainer’s Privilege (1990)
Trinh T. Minh-ha’s Naked Spaces–Living Is Round (1985)
Thursday, July 27
Rainer’s MURDER and murder (1996)
Rainer and Hollis Frampton’s (nostalgia)/After Many a Summer Dies the Swan: Hybrid
For more info, visit: filmlinc.org.