Style is in the spotlight in this month's crop of new releases. 

Marlene Dietrich in Desire, 1936.

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Available for Digital Showings

Sullivans Travels (1941), on view at Vudu


Sabrina (1954), on view at Amazon Prime Video 


Mahogany (1975), on view at YouTube 

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Bogart is Part of Film Forum's NYC Reopening

Movie theaters are opening again across the U.S., all with transitioning policies in place for limited seating and other restrictions to continue guarding against the transmission of COVID-19. 

Among the most anticipated offerings for classic-film fans is "Bogart," a 15-film series set to screen July 16 through August 5 at Film Forum in New York City. Fan favorites on the schedule include Casablanca (above), The Big Sleep, To Have and Have Not, Dark Passage, and In a Lonely Place. Featuring screenings in 35mm and restored digital cinema packages (DCPs), the series is produced with the support of the Robert Jolin Osborne Endowed Fund for American Classic Cinema of the 1930s, ’40s, and ’50s, the result of a $250,000 gift made to Film Forum during its 50th-anniversary year in 2020 and named for the beloved Turner Classic Movies host, who passed away in 2017. 

Check out Film Forum's site for more information about the series and to purchase tickets.