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February 19

Casablanca

Casablanca

12:00pm
DIRECTOR: MICHAEL CURTIZ
1942 / 102min / 35mm
Humphrey Bogart’s Rick Blaine has dropped out of World War II to float between tables at his nightclub in Casablanca when who should come along but Ingrid Bergman, the girl he lost when the Nazis rolled into Paris.
It Happened One Night

It Happened One Night

2:15pm6:30pm
DIRECTOR: FRANK CAPRA
1934 / 105min / 35mm
Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert play a reporter and a rambunctious runaway bride unhappily stuck with one another.
The Hurt Locker

The Hurt Locker

4:00pm8:45pm
DIRECTOR: KATHRYN BIGELOW
2008 / 131min / DCP
The Hurt Locker rides the IED booby-trapped streets of Baghdad with members of the Explosive Ordnance Disposal squad, led by adrenaline junkie Jeremy Renner.
Kedi

Kedi

11:00am12:30pm4:30pm6:15pm8:00pm9:45pm
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.

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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.
Casablanca

Casablanca

DIRECTOR: MICHAEL CURTIZ
1942 / 102min / 35mm
Humphrey Bogart’s Rick Blaine has dropped out of World War II to float between tables at his nightclub in Casablanca when who should come along but Ingrid Bergman, the girl he lost when the Nazis rolled into Paris.
It Happened One Night

It Happened One Night

DIRECTOR: FRANK CAPRA
1934 / 105min / 35mm
Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert play a reporter and a rambunctious runaway bride unhappily stuck with one another.
The Hurt Locker

The Hurt Locker

DIRECTOR: KATHRYN BIGELOW
2008 / 131min / DCP
The Hurt Locker rides the IED booby-trapped streets of Baghdad with members of the Explosive Ordnance Disposal squad, led by adrenaline junkie Jeremy Renner.
Harlan County, U.S.A.

Harlan County, U.S.A.

DIRECTOR: BARBARA KOPPLE
1976 / 103min / 35mm
When nearly 200 coal miners and their wives stood up against the collected might of the Eastover Coal Company in southeastern Kentucky, documentarian Barbara Kopple was on the ground and right in the thick of the pickets.
La Strada

La Strada

DIRECTOR: FEDERICO FELLINI
1954 / 108min / 35mm
The tale of a surly, drunken circus strongman, the young assistant who he treats as chattel, and the Fool who tries to offer her a better life, only to risk his own.
Les Hautes Solitudes

Les Hautes Solitudes

DIRECTOR: PHILIPPE GARREL
1974 / 80min / DCP
Moving portraiture, entirely silent, in stark black and white, of Jean Seberg in her Paris apartment, over a decade removed from her icon-making performance in Breathless, and a few tragic years before her early death.
THE APARTMENT

THE APARTMENT

DIRECTOR: BILLY WILDER
1960 / 125min / 35mm
Jack Lemmon tries to rise in the ranks of a New York insurance company by letting his bosses use his shoebox apartment as a love nest. However his plan is complciated when he falls for elevator operator (Shirley MacLaine).
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.
Ghostbusters

Ghostbusters

DIRECTOR: IVAN REITMAN
1984 / 105min / 35mm
The heroic tale of a bunch of scientific weirdos who save the city from the paranormal with Proton-Paks.
Top Value Television

Top Value Television

DIRECTOR: VARIOUS
Various / 81min / Digital
This program includes VTR: TVTV (1975), a behind-the-scenes look at the collective; Gerald Ford’s America: WIN (1975), a look at Ford’s first 100 days in office (WIN referring to the slogan Whip Inflation Now); and more.
The Departed

The Departed

DIRECTOR: MARTIN SCORSESE
2006 / 151min / 35mm
Martin Scorsese’s darkly comic Boston-set remake of 2002 Hong Kong actioner Infernal Affairs.
TVTV Looks at the Oscars

TVTV Looks at the Oscars

DIRECTOR: TVTV
1976 / 59min / Digital
A close-up look at Hollywood’s annual awards ceremony that mixes intimate behind-the-scenes views with deadpan comedy.
Gigi

Gigi

DIRECTOR: VINCENTE MINNELLI
1958 / 115min / 35mm
Gamine Leslie Caron comes of age in Belle Époque Paris in this Toulouse Lautrec-inspired classic.
Rebecca

Rebecca

DIRECTOR: ALFRED HITCHCOCK
1940 / 130min / 35mm
Hitchcock's gothic thriller starring Joan Fontaine as a nameless youngnwoman who becomes enamored with Laurence Olivier’s saturnine, aristocratic widower.
Junction 48

Junction 48

DIRECTOR: UDI ALONI
2016 / 97min / DCP
Palestinian musician Kareem (Tamer Nafar) finds an escape from dead-end jobs, street hustling friends, and family tragedy through immersing himself in hip-hop culture.
The Windmill Movie

The Windmill Movie

DIRECTOR: ALEXANDER OLCH
2008 / 82min / 35mm
“What if someone else wrote your autobiography?” That is the question posited by Alexander Olch as he tells the life-story of his former Harvard professor, the filmmaker Richard P. Rogers.
Midnight Cowboy

Midnight Cowboy

DIRECTOR: JOHN SCHLESINGER
1969 / 113min / 35mm
All-American hunk Joe Buck (Jon Voight) comes to New York City looking for his big break and winds up a broke hustler whose only friend is a loudmouth, tubercular con man named Ratso Rizzo.
The Human Surge

The Human Surge

DIRECTOR: EDUARDO WILLIAMS
2016 / 100min / DCP
A restlessly roving digital-organic trip, The Human Surge passes through three skinshedding format transformations while pushing image and narrative to the very edge of legibility.
Steamboat Bill, Jr.

Steamboat Bill, Jr.

DIRECTOR: BUSTER KEATON
1928 / 70min / DCP
Buster’s wussy William Canfield, Jr. joins the crew on his rough, gruff father’s riverboat under duress—and then the real trouble begins, as Jr. falls for the daughter of his father’s rival.
Canners

Canners

DIRECTOR: MANFRED KIRCHHEIMER
2017 / 76min / DCP
Manfred Kirchheimer’s deeply humane Canners takes to the streets in an ode to the men and women who earn their daily bread by diligently collecting New York City’s bottles and cans.
College

College

DIRECTOR: BUSTER KEATON
1927 / 66min / DCP
Keaton’s shrimpy scholarship boy undergraduate Ronald has his eye on a beautiful co-ed, but when he discovers his beloved prefers brawn to brains he decides to prove himself in the world of intramural sports
The General

The General

DIRECTOR: BUSTER KEATON
1926 / 67min / DCP
Keaton’s engineer Johnnie Gray is another of his big-hearted little guys, rejected by the Confederate Army—though when the Union tries to make off with his train, runt Johnnie shows his mettle in the most incredible sustained chase sequence in all of silent comedy.
Three Ages

Three Ages

DIRECTOR: BUSTER KEATON
1923 / 63min / DCP
In the Stone Age, the Roman Empire, and the hectic modern world of the Roaring Twenties, the same old Buster tries to win the same woman away from the same boorish brute, played by Wallace Beery.