What’d We Miss?

Friday, March 5 - Thursday, April 1, 2021

With WHAT’D WE MISS?, we’re taking 4 weeks to spotlight the great movies that were released during the shutdown and didn’t get a chance to play in NYC theaters. With the number of great films that came out over the last year–especially the work from filmmakers whose earlier work IFC Center has opened and premiered, from Miranda July and Sam Pollard, to Kelly Reichardt, Eliza Hitman, Michael Almereyda, Kirsten Johnson, Hirokazu Kore-Eda, David France and more– we wanted to do what we could to ensure that NYC audiences would have a chance to engage with these films the way filmmakers intended, in a cinema

Click the individual images below for more information and showtimes. Titles (with IFC Center alumni filmmakers in bold) in the series include:

MARCH 5-11: ANOTHER ROUND (dir. Thomas Vinterberg), COLLECTIVE (dir. Alexander Nanau), MLK/FBI (dir. Sam Pollard), NEVER RARELY SOMETIMES ALWAYS (dir. Eliza Hittman), WELCOME TO CHECHNYA (dir. David France)

MARCH 12-18: AMMONITE (dir. Francis Lee), FIRST COW (dir. Kelly Reichardt), SOUND OF METAL (dir. Darius Marder), TESLA (dir. Michael Almereyda), TIME (dir. Garrett Bradley), YES, GOD, YES (dir. Karen Maine)

MARCH 19-25: BLOODY NOSE, EMPTY POCKETS (dir. Bill & Turner Ross), DICK JOHNSON IS DEAD (dir. Kirsten Johnson), FAREWELL AMOR (Ekwa Msangi), MARTIN EDEN (dir. Pietro Marcello), RELIC (dir. Natalie Erika James), TO THE ENDS OF THE EARTH (dir. Kiyoshi Kurosawa), THE TRUTH (dir. Hirokazu Kore-Eda)

MARCH 26-APRIL 1: THE ASSISTANT (dir. Kitty Green), BACURAU (dir. Kleber Mendonca Filho & Juliano Dornelles), KAJILLIONAIRE (dir. Miranda July), LITTLE FISH (dir. Chad Hartigan), MISS JUNETEENTH (dir. Channing Godfrey Peoples), THE NEST (dir. Sean Durkin)

Series Films