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Kelly Reichardt’s First Cow is among the first films IFC Center will be screening inside for in-person audiences

IFC Center
323 Sixth Ave. at West Third St.
Friday, March 5 - Thursday, April 1, 2021

On March 5, IFC Center opened its doors to limited, masked, socially distanced audiences, allowing film lovers inside for the first time in nearly a year. They are kicking off this new chapter with four weeks of movies that have been available for streaming but could not previously be seen in a theater in New York City. “What’d We Miss?” consists of nearly two dozen films, each group being shown for one week. Through March 11, you can catch Thomas Vinterberg’s Another Round, Alexander Nanau’s Collective, Sam Pollard’s MLK/FBI (followed by a prerecorded Q&A with the director), Eliza Hittman’s Never Rarely Sometimes Always, and David France’s Welcome to Chechnya. The March 12-18 lineup comprises Francis Lee’s Ammonite, Kelly Reichardt’s gorgeously moving First Cow, Darius Marder’s hard-hitting Sound of Metal, Michael Almereyda’s Tesla, Garrett Bradley’s poignant Time, and Karen Maine’s Yes, God, Yes.

Seating choices are limited as theaters such as IFC Center reopen

From March 19 to 26, you can settle in for Bill and Turner Ross’s Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets, Kirsten Johnson’s bizarre, mesmerizing comedy-documentary Dick Johnson Is Dead, Pietro Marcello’s Martin Eden, Natalie Erika James’s Relic, Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s stunning To the Ends of the Earth, and Hirokazu Kore-Eda’s The Truth. And the roster for March 16 to April 1 is Kitty Green’s powerful The Assistant, Kleber Mendonca Filho and Juliano Dornelles’s beautifully strange and violent Bacurau, Miranda July’s eclectic and gripping Kajillionaire, Chad Hartigan’s Little Fish, Channing Godfrey’s Miss Juneteenth, and Sean Durkin’s The Nest.

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