ASSASSINATED: THE LAST DAYS OF KENNEDY & KING
Documentary on Martin Luther King, Jr. & Robert F. Kennedy; Makor, 35 W. 67th St. (Central Park W. & Columbus Ave.), 601-1000; 7:30 & 9:30, $8.
Song & dance extravaganzas shown during "The Hollywood Musical During the 1930s" series. Today, Busby Berkeley's 1935 Gold Diggers projected on 16 mm b&w film; Donnell Library Media Center, 20 W. 53rd St. (betw. 5th & 6th Aves.), 620-0619; 2:30, free.
JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL
The Jewish Museum's ninth annual festival; Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center, 165 W. 65th St. (B'way), 875-5600 or www.filmlinc.com; call for schedule, $8.50, $4.50 s.c. [through 1/27].
THE ANDY KAUFMAN SPECIAL
Last two weeks to see Andy's Funhouse & segments from his television work at the Museum of Television & Radio, 25 W. 52nd St. (betw. 5th & 6th Aves.), 621-6600; 1, free w/mus. adm. [repeats Thurs. at 6, Fri. at 7, Sat. & Sun. at 1, through 1/30].
SUPER BOWL: SUPER SHOWCASE FOR COMMERCIALS
Screening documents advertising throughout Super Bowl history incl. the memorable Victoria Secret & Budweiser commercials; Museum of Television & Radio, 25 W. 52nd St. (betw. 5th & 6th Aves.), 621-6600; 1 & 4, free w/mus. adm. [repeats Thurs.-Sun. & Tues. at 1 & 4, through 2/13].
AFTER A FEW DRINKS
Eight hipster bars in Manhattan in Brooklyn show shorts/video art by 17 local artists every Friday & Saturday night through Jan. 31. Video compilations address the bar scene, dating tactics & social interaction at the bar?60s & 70s commercials strewed between clips. Participating bars incl. The Abbey, Bar 4, The Knitting Factory, Korova Milk Bar, Max Fish, Parkside Lounge, The Village Idiot & Yogi's; 760-4971 for info; 10-12 a.m. [repeats Fri., through 1/28].
VIEWPOINT...BUT IS IT ART?
"Unconventional, Underappreciated & Controversial Creations" themed-screenings feat. shorts "If Brains Were Dynamite You Wouldn't Have Enough to Blow Your Nose" & "Krzysztof Wodiczko: Projections," followed by selections from "New York Expo of Short Film & Video" at 6; Donnell Library Media Center, 20 W. 53rd St. (betw. 5th & 6th Aves.), 620-0619 or 621-0629; 2:30, free.
DANCE ON CAMERA FESTIVAL 2000
Second weekend of festival at Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center, 165 W. 65th St. (B'way), 727-0764; call for schedule, $9 [through 1/22].
NEW FILMS FROM JAPAN 2000
Film noir double feature incl. A Glance Apart & Give It All; Japan Society, 333 E. 47th St. (betw. 1st & 2nd Aves.), 752-3015; 6:30, $8, $5 st./s.c.
SEX & MADNESS/FUTURE & ECSTASY
Screenings of films from Berlin's Interfilm & International Short Film Festival, Heinz Hermanns curates; Context Studio, 28 Ave. A (betw. 2nd & 3rd Sts.), 777-3394; 9, $6 [repeats Sat. at 9, Sun. at 5].
rock 'n' roll frankenstein
Animated rock stars, music industry lab work, swinging monsters & live performances by Skabs, Brickbats, The Psychonauts, The X-Possibles & The Brimstones at 10?first 50 people receive special rock 'n' roll gift. Monster contest at midnight; Downtime, 251 W. 30th St. (betw. 7th & 8th Aves.), 695-2747 or www.deathrock.com/graverockers; 7:30, $10 humans, $8 monsters.
the UNSEEN LUCY & DESI: TREASURES FROM the VAULT
Rare footage of America's favorite redhead incl. The Ed Wynn Show, Stars in the Eye & the first episode of I Love Lucy, "The Girls Want to Go to a Nightclub" with original commercials; Museum of Television & Radio, 25 W. 52nd St. (betw. 5th & 6th Aves.), 621-6600; 12:30, 3 & 7, free w/mus. adm. [repeats Sat., Sun. & Tues. at 12:30 & 3, through 3/5].
Monthly early morning film series about "life's triumphs, disappointments & challenges." Today's feat. film is Marvin's Room starring Diane Keaton & Meryl Streep; School of Visual Arts, 209 E. 23rd St., rm. 311 (betw. 2nd & 3rd Aves.), rsvp 995-7017; 9:30 a.m., free.
EXPRESSIONISM: THE ART OF FRITZ LANG
Retrospective examines ten films by Austrian-born German Expressionism director, Fritz Lang. Today, Lang's 1924 silent Siegfried shown on 16 mm; YWCA, 610 Lexington Ave. (53rd St.) 735-9717; 4, $7 [repeats Sun. at 4, through 3/19].
Junior high & high school memories revisited during screenings of Drugs & Civics; American Museum of the Moving Image, 35th Ave. (36th St.), Astoria, Queens, 718-784-0077; 2 & 4, $8.50, $5.50 st./s.c. [through 1/23].
Junior high & high school memories revisited during screenings of Troublemakers & Fun Films II; American Museum of the Moving Image, 35th Ave. (36th St.), Astoria, Queens, 718-784-0077; 2 & 4, $8.50, $5.50 st./s.c. [through 1/23].
Screening of Two Daughters, directed by India's Satyajit Ray, preceded by "Junky Punky Girlz;" Ocularis, 70 N. 6th St. (betw. Wythe & Kent Aves.), Williamsburg, 718-388-8713; 7 & 9:30, $5.
Shorts from France?from youth culture to science fiction; French Institute's Florence Gould Hall, 55 E. 59th St. (betw. Madison & Park Aves.), 355-6100; 7, $7, $5.50 st. [through 1/26].
MONDAY NIGHT MOVIES
Vernon Reid curates January screening series. Tonight, remember the 80s & see Flash Gordon; Tonic, 107 Norfolk St. (betw. Delancey & Rivington Sts.), 358-7501; 9, $4.
Tonight's "Independents" program screens four doc., "24 Girls," "Fighting Grandpa," "Come Unto Me" & "Pitchman" from NY-based indie filmmakers, Q&A follows screenings; Ocularis, 70 N. 6th St. (betw. Wythe & Kent Aves.), Williamsburg, 718-388-8713; 8:30, $5.
New York's weekly DIY film festival & "pot luck" cinema curated by Michael Williams. Tonight, Cupid's Mistake?filmmakers are encouraged to share their shorts (under 15 mins.) for public viewing; Siberia Bar, 250 W. 50th St. (B'way), 977-9203; 9, $2 contrib.