This is tragic. New Yorker Films who helped introduce Bertolucci, Varda and Fassbinder to the American filmgoing audience is going out of business after 44 years. Their library of over 400 films consisting of works by Godard, Fellini, Bunuel and Almovodar will be auctioned off. Owner Dan Talbot also ran what was one of the best and now long gone film revival theaters “The New Yorker” located on Broadway and 88th Street.
Attached is today’s article in The New York Times.