FILMBAR

Neue Galerie New York is delighted to present Filmbar, a movie series hosted in Café Fledermaus. Filmbar tickets include one complimentary drink and snack, and a movie screening in Café Fledermaus, a relaxed bar atmosphere reminiscent of early 20th century Vienna. During the screening, you are invited to sip on a glass of wine, beer or a non-alcoholic beverage and enjoy a savory treat.

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TRANSPORTING LANDSCAPES 

 

With the Winter 2024 Filmbar series, we present a series of films that explore the changing relationships between outer and inner perceptions of space through dramatic landscape cinematography. This series is organized in conjunction with “Klimt Landscapes.”

 


     
Klimt 2006  
 

KLIMT (2006)

 

 

Directed by Raúl Ruiz. English. 131 min.

Gustav Klimt lived his life like he painted it – full of intensity, sensuality and passion. In this biographical fantasy, Klimt recalls the decadence of his past in feverish visions from his deathbed. Reflecting on his many torrid affairs and his struggles for artistic freedom, he travels back to the 1900 World Exhibition in Paris. There, Klimt is introduced to a mysterious dancer, Lea de Castro, who emerges as his muse and the personification of his own erotic ideals and carnal desires.

 

Monday, February 26, 6:30 P.M. - SOLD OUT

 

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Kings of the Road  

KINGS OF THE ROAD (1976)

 

 

Directed by Wim Wenders. German with English subtitles. 180 mins.

A roving film projector repairman saves the life of a depressed psychologist,who has driven his Volkswagen into a river. As a result of this unlikely meeting, they end up on the road together, traveling from one rural German movie theater to another. Along the way, the two men, each running from his past, bond over their shared loneliness. Kings of the Road, captured in gorgeous compositions by cinematographer Robby Müller and dedicated to Fritz Lang, is a love letter to the cinema, a moving and funny tale of male friendship, and a portrait of a country still haunted by war.

 

Monday, March 18, 6:30 P.M. - SOLD OUT

 

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Undine  

UNDINE (2020)

 

 

Directed by Christoph Petzold. German with English subtitles. 90 mins.

Undine, a water nymph turned historian at the Berlin City Museum, faces an existential conundrum when her human lover betrays her. An unexpected new romance with an industrial diver sweeps her off her feet, but legend dictates that her former lover must pay for his infidelity with his life. Captivating landscapes — both terrestrial and aquatic — set the mood for the plot’s mythology and romance.

 

Monday, April 15, 6:30 P.M. - SOLD OUT

 

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Tschick/Goodbye Berlin  

TSCHICK/GOODBYE BERLIN (2024)

 

 

Directed by Fatih Akin. German with English subtitles. 90 mins.

With the birthday party of the most beautiful girl in the class coming in less than three weeks, and troubled, self-involved parents at home, the diffident fourteen-year-old, Maik, has a lot on his mind. Then suddenly, the unexpected arrival of the exciting new classmate, Tschick, creates quite a stir. Soon the two outsiders boldly decide to hit the road in an old "borrowed" light-blue Lada. On an unforgettable joyride through East Germany's landscapes, little by little, they will find out the meaning of friendship, and the thrill of first love.

 

Monday, April 22, 6:30 P.M. - SOLD OUT

 

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