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‘L&F’ in NYC w/ Stillman Q&A + LA Showtimes

Whit Stillman’s Love & Friendship is coming very soon to NYC & LA.  Be one of the first to see it at these upcoming events.  Some of the NYC screenings are having a Q&A with Stillman.

The Angelika Film Center & The Paris Theatre are playing Whit Stillman’s Love & Friendship in NYC starting on May 12th.  Some screenings have Q&As.  Be sure to check the sites for more details.

Arclight & Landmark Theatres in LA are playing Love & Friendship as well, starting on the 12th of May.

Angelika New York: Q&A with Director Whit Stillman Friday 5/13 following the 7:10pm show, and Saturday 5/14 following the 10:00am show

The Paris Theatre: Q&As with Director Whit Stillman Saturday 5/14 and Sunday 5/15 following the 1:00pm shows

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Whit Stillman’s ‘Metropolitan’ Opens Tomorrow at Lincoln Center

Whit Stillman’s Metropolitan opens tomorrow at Lincoln Center.



Whit Stillman, 1990
USA | Format: DCP | 98 minutes

One-week exclusive run opens August 7 and closes August 13th

Q&A Schedule:
Friday, August 7th at 7:00pm – cast members Chris Eigeman, Dylan Hundley, Carolyn Farina, and Allison Rutledge-Parisi
Saturday, 7:00pm – Whit Stillman and cast members Dylan Hundley, Carolyn Farina, and Allison Rutledge-Parisi
Sunday, 7:00pm – Whit Stillman

Los Angeles:

Laemmle starting August 14th

Washington D.C.:

AFI Silver starting August 14th for one week only

Filming Locations for Whit Stillman’s ‘Metropolitan’

Fuhgeddaboudit…If you find yourself on the isle of Manhattan you should check out sites from Whit Stillman’s Metropolitan.  Stillman’s first film Metropolitan was filmed on a shoestring budget, but the wardrobe and locations gave it a high production value.  Stillman also captured a lot of Manhattan that was on its last hurrah (a theme occurring throughout his films).

OnTheSetOfNewYork.com has come up with a list (complete with photos) of most of the locations in Metropolitan.  One you will not be able to see would be the Automat (the last one closed in 1991).  However, you can see remnants of one at the New York Public Library.

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