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January 19

The Cry of the Owl

The Cry of the Owl

DIRECTOR: CLAUDE CHABROL
1987 / 102min / DCP
A Parisian illustrator gets more than he bargained for when Juliette, the object of his distant obsession, decides to leave her husband for him.
The Royal Tenenbaums

The Royal Tenenbaums

DIRECTOR: WES ANDERSON
2001 / 110min / 35mm
Gene Hackman stars as the truculent, tonedeaf patriarch of a family of overachievers fallen on hard times.
Full Moon in Paris

Full Moon in Paris

DIRECTOR: ERIC ROHMER
1984 / 102min / 35mm
Fed up with the suburbs and her sweet, steady stick-in-the-mud boyfriend, young interior decorator Louise independently decides to take a pied-à-terre apartment in Paris where she can sample the single life.

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The Cry of the Owl

The Cry of the Owl

DIRECTOR: CLAUDE CHABROL
1987 / 102min / DCP
A Parisian illustrator gets more than he bargained for when Juliette, the object of his distant obsession, decides to leave her husband for him.
Full Moon in Paris

Full Moon in Paris

DIRECTOR: ERIC ROHMER
1984 / 102min / 35mm
Fed up with the suburbs and her sweet, steady stick-in-the-mud boyfriend, young interior decorator Louise independently decides to take a pied-à-terre apartment in Paris where she can sample the single life.
The Royal Tenenbaums

The Royal Tenenbaums

DIRECTOR: WES ANDERSON
2001 / 110min / 35mm
Gene Hackman stars as the truculent, tonedeaf patriarch of a family of overachievers fallen on hard times.
Strangers on a Train

Strangers on a Train

DIRECTOR: ALFRED HITCHCOCK
1951 / 101min / 35mm
Hitchcock’s adaptation of Highsmith’s 1951 page-turner kicks off with a casual encounter that reads like a same-sex pickup, as tennis star Guy Haines inadvertently agrees to “swap murders” with preening rich kid Bruno Anthony.
Pauline at the Beach

Pauline at the Beach

DIRECTOR: ERIC ROHMER
1983 / 94min / 35mm
Two cousins, virginal teenaged Pauline and older, experienced Marion, are barely settled in at the family beach house for vacation when they begin attracting the attention of menfolk.
The Talented Mr. Ripley

The Talented Mr. Ripley

DIRECTOR: ANTHONY MINGHELLA
1999 / 139min / 35mm
Here Matt Damon’s Ripley lucks into a passport to the continental high life (and unrequited love) with epicurean rich kid Dickie Greenleaf (Jude Law).
Jurassic Park III

Jurassic Park III

DIRECTOR: JOE JOHNSTON
2001 / 92min / 35mm
A decidedly odd couple with ulterior motives convince Dr. Alan Grant to go to Isla Sorna (the second InGen dinosaur lab.), resulting in an unexpected landing...and unexpected new inhabitants on the island.
The Headless Woman

The Headless Woman

DIRECTOR: LUCRECIA MARTEL
2008 / 87min / 35mm
Poised, posh young professional Veroníca (María Onetto) becomes increasingly unhinged after being involved what may or may not have been a hit-and-run incident in rural Argentina.
My Night at Maud's

My Night at Maud's

DIRECTOR: ERIC ROHMER
1969 / 105min / 35mm
Rohmer’s first feature-length entry in his Six Moral Tales series stars Jean-Louis Trintignant as a conscientious Catholic bachelor who is sorely tempted when he meets charming divorcée Françoise Fabian.
Purple Noon

Purple Noon

DIRECTOR: RENé CLéMENT
1960 / 118min / 35mm
The first film to take up the character of the chameleonic, homicidal American social climber to whom Highsmith devoted a cycle of novels, the suave shapeshifter Tom Ripley.
The Future

The Future

DIRECTOR: MIRANDA JULY
2011 / 91min / 35mm
A woman and a man realize that at some point they’ve ceased to be lovers and become something more like roommates, and must face the terrible uncertainty that follows their revelation of this fact.
Chloe in the Afternoon

Chloe in the Afternoon

DIRECTOR: ERIC ROHMER
1972 / 97min / 35mm
The final entry in Rohmer’s Six Moral Tales series stars Bernard Verley as a happily-married Parisian lawyer who assures us via voice-over that his wandering eye is only a confirmation of his fidelity.
The American Friend

The American Friend

DIRECTOR: WIM WENDERS
1977 / 125min / DCP
Wenders cast Dennis Hopper as his slippery lead, this time working on an art forgery scheme in Hamburg, where he meets Bruno Ganz’s terminally ill picture framer.
CAROL

CAROL

DIRECTOR: TODD HAYNES
2015 / 118min / DCP
An exchange of glances between Carol and the girl behind the counter (Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara) ignites one of the best romance this century has produced, as Carol Aird begins her slow seduction of the enigmatic Theresa Belivet.
PRIVATE EVENT

PRIVATE EVENT

DIRECTOR: -
- / 360min / 35mm
Due to a private event, we will have no public screenings this evening. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Puzzle of a Downfall Child

Puzzle of a Downfall Child

DIRECTOR: JERRY SCHATZBERG
1970 / 105min / 35mm
An unnervingly intimate, narratively-fragmented portrait of a onetime top model Lou Andreas Sand (Faye Dunaway) who, after a nervous breakdown, has shored herself up in an isolated beach house.
Frenzy

Frenzy

DIRECTOR: ALFRED HITCHCOCK
1972 / 116min / 35mm
A sadomasochistic strangler is on the loose in Covent Garden, and innocent barman Richard Blaney (Jon Finch) is taking the blame.
Minnie And Moskowitz

Minnie And Moskowitz

DIRECTOR: JOHN CASSAVETES
1971 / 114min / 35mm
After making Husbands at Columbia, and before the independently produced A Woman Under the Influence, Cassevetes went a round with Universal and the result was one of his least known masterpieces.
Behemoth

Behemoth

DIRECTOR: LIANG ZHAO
2015 / 90min / DCP
Shot in coal mines in Inner Mongolia, Behemoth is a mythic-realist film of harrowing close-up and infernal long shots that beggar belief.
Ronin

Ronin

DIRECTOR: JOHN FRANKENHEIMER
1998 / 122min / 35mm
A laconic De Niro leads a team of battle-tested ex-special operatives through cloak-and-dagger skullduggery in scenic European locales.
Taking Off

Taking Off

DIRECTOR: MILOš FORMAN
1971 / 93min / 35mm
Czech director Forman’s hilarious smash-up between straight suburbia and the counterculture underground.
King Kong

King Kong

DIRECTOR: MERIAN C. COOPER AND ERNEST B. SCHOEDSACK
1933 / 100min / 35mm
The spectacle to end all spectacles featuring special effects that are actually special, it took the visionary brilliance of stop-motion animation pioneer Willis O’Brien to bring the mighty Kong to life, and top-of-the-line military technology to peel him off the top of the Empire State Building. All aboard for Skull Island!
Duel

Duel

DIRECTOR: STEVEN SPIELBERG
1971 / 90min / 35mm
Driving through the desert, businessman Dennis Weaver makes the mistake of overpassing the wrong 18-wheeler, and spends the rest of his trip trying to avoid the fatal wrath of the faceless driver.
The Sugarland Express

The Sugarland Express

DIRECTOR: STEVEN SPIELBERG
1974 / 110min / 35mm
Goldie Hawn busts husband William Atherton out of the stir, and together they set out to snatch their child away from the threat of foster care.
Two-Lane Blacktop

Two-Lane Blacktop

DIRECTOR: MONTE HELLMAN
1971 / 102min / 35mm
Drifting dragsters James Taylor and Dennis Wilson, in a ’55 Chevy 150, square off with Warren Oates’s well-heeled serial fabulist in a yellow Pontiac GTO, in a crosscountry race for pink slips.
The Naked Ape

The Naked Ape

DIRECTOR: DONALD DRIVER
1973 / 85min / 35mm
Co-produced with Playboy, this curio by one-and-done director Driver, starring ex-Mouseketeer Johnny Crawford was an early stab at the counter-culture college comedy.
The Hired Hand

The Hired Hand

DIRECTOR: PETER FONDA
1971 / 93min / 35mm
Peter Fonda assembled an all-star lineup of collaborators, playing a saddle tramp returning to the family he left behind—and several surprises—while starring opposite the ever-superlative Warren Oates.
High Plains Drifter

High Plains Drifter

DIRECTOR: CLINT EASTWOOD
1973 / 105min / 35mm
After watching and learning from filmmakers Sergio Leone and Don Siegel, Eastwood began to direct for himself, with High Plains Drifter the first of his enormouslyinfluential cycle of Westerns.
Anatahan

Anatahan

DIRECTOR: JOSEF VON STERNBERG
1953 / 92min / DCP
A dozen Japanese seamen are stranded on a Pacific Island with one woman—unaware that World War II has ended, and with a little war of their own in the making.
Slap Shot

Slap Shot

DIRECTOR: GEORGE ROY HILL
1977 / 123min / 35mm
This beer-guzzling bad-sportsmanship movie to which all others aspire features Paul Newman at the pinnacle of his stardom, as the player-coach of the Chiefs, a minor league hockey team in a nowheresville mill town.
Roma

Roma

DIRECTOR: FEDERICO FELLINI
1972 / 120min / 35mm
A progenitor of the “hybrid”, this is Fellini unbound: from a beguiling, mythic discovery of frescos buried deep beneath the Roman ground to a concluding rampage of motorcyclists in exhilarating procession through the city at night.
The Land Before Time

The Land Before Time

DIRECTOR: DON BLUTH
1988 / 69min / 35mm
An orphaned brontosaurus teams up with other young dinosaurs in order to reunite with their families in a valley.
Family Plot

Family Plot

DIRECTOR: ALFRED HITCHCOCK
1976 / 120min / 35mm
Barbara Harris and Bruce Dern star as a sham psychic and a penny-ante con artist/cab driver, who run afoul of professional kidnappers Karen Black and William Devane.
Play It As It Lays

Play It As It Lays

DIRECTOR: FRANK PERRY
1972 / 99min / 35mm
An actress in a tailspin after separating from her director husband, who finds solace in long aimless freeway rides in her yellow Corvette.
American Graffiti

American Graffiti

DIRECTOR: GEORGE LUCAS
1973 / 110min / 35mm
A Modesto set reminiscence of hot-rods, drive-ins, rock ‘n’ roll radio, and one night at the end of summer vacation in 1962.
Car Wash

Car Wash

DIRECTOR: MICHAEL SCHULTZ
1976 / 97min / 35mm
Unfolding over the course of a very eventful workday at a Los Angeles car wash, Schultz’s bumptious, rough-edged, diverse ensemble comedy is infected throughout with waiting-for-the-weekend energy courtesy of Rose Royce’s disco-funk soundtrack.
The Big Fix

The Big Fix

DIRECTOR: JEREMY KAGAN
1978 / 108min / 35mm
A precursor to Inherent Vice starring Richard Dreyfuss as Moses Wine, a former Berkeley campus activist turned gumshoe, who is put on the case of looking for a onetime radical comrade.
Charley Varrick

Charley Varrick

DIRECTOR: DON SIEGEL
1973 / 111min / 35mm
“The Last of the Independents” is how Charley Varrick bills his crop dusting business, a sideline from his true passion—robbing banks.
Kedi

Kedi

DIRECTOR: CEYDA TORUN
2016 / 80min / DCP
In this sumptuously-shot documentary tribute to the street cats of Istanbul, the people of the city warmly reflect on these collective pets who are neither stray nor domestic, and the role that they play in the life of the dynamic megalopolis.
Theodore Rex

Theodore Rex

DIRECTOR: JONATHAN R. BETUEL
1995 / 92min / 35mm
A gaudy sci-fi buddy cop romp starring Whoopi Goldberg opposite the titular anthropomorphic Tyrannosaurus.
The Lady Eve

The Lady Eve

DIRECTOR: PRESTON STURGES
1941 / 94min / 35mm
Con artist and cardsharp Eve is looking out for herself and her feckless father when she sets her sights on the mark of a lifetime in the form of “Hopsy” Pike.
In the Realm of the Senses

In the Realm of the Senses

DIRECTOR: NAGISA ÔSHIMA
1976 / 109min / 35mm
The true story of Sada Abe, who in 1936 was embroiled in a scandal in the aftermath of a destructive, consuming love affair.
The Good Dinosaur

The Good Dinosaur

DIRECTOR: PETER SOHN
2015 / 93min / DCP
In a world where dinosaurs and humans live side-by-side, an Apatosaurus named Arlo makes an unlikely human friend.