How to Come Alive with Norman Mailer at Film Forum Opening June 28th

 

 

 

Norman Mailer. Image via Film Forum.

How to Come Alive with Norman Mailer will open at Film Forum on Friday, June 28th. Directed by Jeff Zimbalist, the film is 102 minutes in length.

There will be a Q&A with Filmmaker Jeff Zimbalist, Susan Mailer, and Writer/Producer Vicki Marquette on June 28th at 7:30pm, c0-presented by Dissent Magazine.

On Saturday, June 29th at 5:30pm, there will be a Q&A with Filmmaker Jeff Zimbalist, Michael Mailer, and Mailer Biographer Michael Lennon. This is co-presented by LitHub.

On Sunday, June 30th, at 2:50pm, How to Come Alive with Norman Mailer will be introduced by John Buffalo Mailer and Barbara Mailer Wasserman.

Showtimes and Tickets Here

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‘White Balls on Walls’ opens May 26th at Film Forum

 

 

 

The setting is a white conference room in the pristine offices of Amsterdam’s world-famous museum of modern art, the Stedelijk. The museum’s leading curators and administrators (all white), including Director Rein Wolfs, convene to discuss the government’s diversity and inclusion mandate, a new requirement for continued financial support. How does a major cultural institution go about changing course dramatically — to exhibit work by people of color, women, LGBTQ+ artists, and those who suffered under the Netherlands’ 250 years of colonial rule — and also reform the decision-making process?

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Can’t Miss ‘Turn Every Page,’ the Adventures of Robert Caro & Robert Gottlieb at Film Forum

 

 

 

A portrait of the literary partnership between Pulitzer Prize-winning author Robert Caro (at work on volume 5 of The Years of Lyndon Johnson) and multi-hyphenate Robert Gottlieb, the quintessential New York editor (former editor-in-chief at Knopf and The New Yorker), who counts programming for The New York City Ballet and lucite handbag collecting among his hobbies. Caro’s granular dissection of how power is wielded in 20th century America is matched by the intuitive, meticulous approach of Gottlieb, with whom he’s worked for more than 50 years.

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‘The Automat’ To Open at The Film Forum

 

 

 

 

(2021) Iconic, elegant, and populist all at once: the Automat (aka Horn & Hardart) revolutionized American dining a century ago, long before there was fast food or hipster coffee shops. An eclectic mix of New Yorkers inserted nickels into slots, and slices of lemon meringue pie, mac & cheese, baked beans, and creamed spinach magically appeared from a grid of gleaming chrome windows.

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