Classic Film Series Screening in NYC, December 5-8!


As you may have surmised, we’re a little partial to the Golden Age of Adult Cinema around here, so we were VERY excited to hear that Casey Scott, with help from Steven Morowitz and the awesome team over at Distribpix along with Joe Rubin from distributor Vinegar Syndrome, is curating four nights of 35mm smut to NYC, as part of the In The Flesh program at Anthology Film Archives.  Tickets are $10 per showing.  (AFA members get reduced rates.)

They’ll be showing 35mm prints of four movies from the Golden Age of Adult Cinema, with some of the production staff in attendance for Q&A after the showings.

December 5, 8:00 PM – High Rise (1972) directed by Danny Stone (deceased); the film’s composer, Jack Urbont, will be attending in-person to “discuss his marvelous original score, including vocals by soul singer great Rhetta Hughes!”  According to curator, Casey Scott, “If you’re uncertain about watching an X-rated movie with an audience, never fear, this one is funny, visually stylish, and as I said in the Anthology calendar, “purely pleasurable”. It’s just so much fun!”

December 6, 8:00 PMThrough the Looking Glass (1976), directed by Jonas Middleton who will be in attendance.

December 7, 8:00 PMTake Off (1978), directed by Armand Weston, cinematographer Larry Revene will be in attendance

December 8 8:00 PMWanda Whips Wall Street (1981), directed by Larry Revene who will be there in person to do an introduction and Q&A

Larry will also be signing his book, Wham Bam $ Ba Da Boom! : Mob wars, Porn Battles and a View from the Trenches. (Sojourner.)

The AFA is located at 32 Second Ave between 1st and 2nd.  By subway, take the F train to 2nd Avenue, walk two blocks north on 2nd Avenue to 2nd Street; or take the #6 to Bleecker St., walk one block north on Lafayette, then two blocks east on Bond St. (turns into 2nd St.) to 2nd Avenue.