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January 20

Paddington

Paddington

11:00am
DIRECTOR: PAUL KING
2014 / 95min / DCP
The first live-action/animated film to follow the adventures of Michael Bond’s marmalade-addicted, duffle coat-wearing, unfailingly polite Peruvian bear. A gentle family comedy with a charming storybook sensibility,
Let's Go Native

Let's Go Native

DIRECTOR: LEO MCCAREY
1930 / 77min / 35mm
Spirited, slapsticky, and silly to a fault, with Skeets Gallagher the lone man on an island of damsels who speak in inexplicable Bronx accents.
TROUBLE IN PARADISE

TROUBLE IN PARADISE

DIRECTOR: ERNST LUBITSCH
1932 / 83min / 35mm
If you are looking for the quintessence of Ernst Lubitsch’s art, simultaneously effortless-seeming and totally purposeful in the smallest gesture, you couldn’t do much better than this larcenous romantic comedy.
The Other Side of the Wind

The Other Side of the Wind

DIRECTOR: ORSON WELLES
2018 / 122min / 35mm
After years of exile in Europe, a maverick director returns to Hollywood to finish his comeback movie.
Shiraz: A Romance of India

Shiraz: A Romance of India

DIRECTOR: FRANZ OSTEN
1928 / 105min / DCP
An astonishing treasure of the silent cinema, Shiraz: A Romance of India is one of three cinematic collaborations between pioneering star/ producer Himansu Rai and German-born director Franz Osten.
Leave No Trace

Leave No Trace

DIRECTOR: DEBRA GRANIK
2018 / 109min / DCP
Will (Ben Foster) and his teenage daughter, Tom (Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie), have lived off the grid for years in the forests of Portland, Oregon. When their idyllic life is shattered, both are put into social services.
Hale County This Morning, This Evening

Hale County This Morning, This Evening

DIRECTOR: RAMELL ROSS
2018 / 76min / DCP
An inspired and intimate portrait of a place and its people.

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Paddington

Paddington

DIRECTOR: PAUL KING
2014 / 95min / DCP
The first live-action/animated film to follow the adventures of Michael Bond’s marmalade-addicted, duffle coat-wearing, unfailingly polite Peruvian bear. A gentle family comedy with a charming storybook sensibility,
Shiraz: A Romance of India

Shiraz: A Romance of India

DIRECTOR: FRANZ OSTEN
1928 / 105min / DCP
An astonishing treasure of the silent cinema, Shiraz: A Romance of India is one of three cinematic collaborations between pioneering star/ producer Himansu Rai and German-born director Franz Osten.
Let's Go Native

Let's Go Native

DIRECTOR: LEO MCCAREY
1930 / 77min / 35mm
Spirited, slapsticky, and silly to a fault, with Skeets Gallagher the lone man on an island of damsels who speak in inexplicable Bronx accents.
Leave No Trace

Leave No Trace

DIRECTOR: DEBRA GRANIK
2018 / 109min / DCP
Will (Ben Foster) and his teenage daughter, Tom (Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie), have lived off the grid for years in the forests of Portland, Oregon. When their idyllic life is shattered, both are put into social services.
TROUBLE IN PARADISE

TROUBLE IN PARADISE

DIRECTOR: ERNST LUBITSCH
1932 / 83min / 35mm
If you are looking for the quintessence of Ernst Lubitsch’s art, simultaneously effortless-seeming and totally purposeful in the smallest gesture, you couldn’t do much better than this larcenous romantic comedy.
Hale County This Morning, This Evening

Hale County This Morning, This Evening

DIRECTOR: RAMELL ROSS
2018 / 76min / DCP
An inspired and intimate portrait of a place and its people.
The Other Side of the Wind

The Other Side of the Wind

DIRECTOR: ORSON WELLES
2018 / 122min / 35mm
After years of exile in Europe, a maverick director returns to Hollywood to finish his comeback movie.
News From Home

News From Home

DIRECTOR: CHANTAL AKERMAN
1977 / 85min / DCP
Twenty-six years old and living in New York City, away from her native Belgium and her mother, Akerman (with DP Babette Mangolte) filmed this diary/essay/poem in subway stations and on street corners, to eventually be paired with her recitals of her mother’s fretful letters.
Jewel Robbery

Jewel Robbery

DIRECTOR: WILLIAM DIETERLE
1932 / 68min / 35mm
Rich and bored baroness Kay is snapped out of a coma of luxury when, on a shopping excursion with her husband, they run afoul of aristocratic and rakish robber William Powell who, with untoward enthusiasm, she allows to tie her up.
Riff-Raff

Riff-Raff

DIRECTOR: KEN LOACH
1991 / 95min / 35mm
Loach’s film, is one of the truest intimate portraits of just getting by among the British (barely-) working-class after a decade-plus of Conservative rule.
Millennium Mambo

Millennium Mambo

DIRECTOR: HOU HSIAO-HSIEN
2001 / 119min / 35mm
A stylish and seductive submersion into the techno-scored neon nightlife of Taipei.
Shaun the Sheep Movie

Shaun the Sheep Movie

DIRECTOR: MARK BURTON AND RICHARD STARZAK
2015 / 85min / DCP
A delightful feature following mischievous, spirited sheep Shaun’s journey from Mossy Bottom Farm to the big, bad city.
The Cocoanuts

The Cocoanuts

DIRECTOR: ROBERT FLOREY & JOSEPH SANTLEY
1929 / 96min / 35mm
In the first and perhaps the most risqué and raw Marx Brothers feature, Groucho and Zeppo run Florida resort the Hotel de Cocoanut, a haven for wealthy dowagers like old standby Margaret Dumont, and the crooks who want to relieve them of their money, like Cyril Ring and a conniving Kay.
Three Times

Three Times

DIRECTOR: HOU HSIAO-HSIEN
2005 / 120min / 35mm
A stated inspiration for Barry Jenkins’s Moonlight with its triptych structure and meditations on memory, Hou’s three-part love story travels between three eras of Taiwanese history.
Gone with the Wind

Gone with the Wind

DIRECTOR: VICTOR FLEMING
1939 / 238min / 35mm
A tale of troubled romance set against the backdrop of the American Civil War and Reconstruction with Vivien Leigh as willful Georgia belle Scarlett O’Hara; Leslie Howard as her male paragon, unfortunately married to cousin Olivia de Havilland; and Clark Gable as the bull-necked suitor who, frankly, doesn’t give a damn.
BLACK COAL THIN ICE

BLACK COAL THIN ICE

DIRECTOR: DIAO YI’NAN
2014 / 110min / DCP
Winner of the Golden Bear at the Berlin film festival, Yinan’s stylish, daring, neon-lit tour-de-force is a mystery epic which begins with the discovery of a severed hand amid the coal on a factory conveyor belt.
I Heard it Through the Grapevine

I Heard it Through the Grapevine

DIRECTOR: PAT HARTLEY & DICK FONTAINE
1982 / 95min / Digital
James Baldwin retraces his time in the South during the Civil Rights Movement, reflecting with his trademark brilliance and insight on the passage of more than two decades.
Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast

DIRECTOR: JEAN COCTEAU
1946 / 93min / 35mm
A film fairytale, which begins with village maiden Josette Day paying call on the haunted castle of the fabled Beast.
Flight of the Red Balloon

Flight of the Red Balloon

DIRECTOR: HOU HSIAO-HSIEN
2007 / 115min / 35mm
The city this time is Paris—the first time that Hou has shot a film outside of Asia—seen in this tender tribute to Albert Lamorisse’s The Red Balloon (1956).
Transgression

Transgression

DIRECTOR: HERBERT BRENON
1931 / 70min / 16mm
More extramarital expeditions for Kay in this brisk Pre-Coder, which features La Francis as the wife of a British businessman who’s sent the little lady to Paris for her entertainment during his long professional absence, only to return to find she’s turned party girl and allowed herself to be seduced by a caddish, conniving Spaniard.
James Baldwin Films Program 1

James Baldwin Films Program 1

DIRECTOR: VARIOUS
Various / 119min / Digital
- TAKE THIS HAMMER (Richard O. Moore, 1963, 58 min. digital) - MY TCHILDHOOD PART 2: JAMES BALDWIN’S HARLEM (Arthur Barron, 1964, 30 min. 16mm) - MEETING THE MAN: JAMES BALDWIN IN PARIS (31 mins)
James Baldwin Films Program 2

James Baldwin Films Program 2

DIRECTOR: VARIOUS
Various / 106min / 16mm
-BALDWIN’S NIGGER (Horace Ové, 1968, 48 min. 16mm) -James Baldwin Funeral Service at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine (Karen Thorsen, Bill Dill & Gregory Andrake, 1987, 45 min.) - JAMES BALDWIN FROM ANOTHER PLACE (Sedat Pakay, 1973, 13 min., 35mm)
Spellbound

Spellbound

DIRECTOR: ALFRED HITCHCOCK
1945 / 111min / 35mm
Analyst Ingrid Bergman falls for amnesiac patient Gregory Peck—but is there a murderer’s heart lurking beneath that dapper exterior?
Café Lumière

Café Lumière

DIRECTOR: HOU HSIAO-HSIEN
2003 / 108min / 35mm
A Japanese woman returns from Taiwan, where she has been researching composer Jiang Wen-Ye, and finds herself adrift in Tokyo.
The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie

The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie

DIRECTOR: LUIS BUñUEL
1972 / 102min / DCP
A who’s who of postwar Euro stars convene for a swank dinner party that never occurs, their attempts to sit down to a meal thwarted by a series of increasingly absurdist interruptions.
Song of the Sea

Song of the Sea

DIRECTOR: TOM MOORE
2014 / 98min / DCP
Irish animator Tomm Moore returned to the well of Celtic folklore for this lovely, painstakingly hand-drawn film, inspired by the mythic figure of the selkie, a seal-like sea creature said to be able to take on human form.
Dinner at Eight

Dinner at Eight

DIRECTOR: GEORGE CUKOR
1933 / 111min / 35mm
Merciless tragi-comic masterpiece, played by a peerless ensemble cast, which depicts an evening of backbiting and bitterness at a dinner party thrown by an aspiring society hostess.
Portrait of Jennie

Portrait of Jennie

DIRECTOR: WILLIAM DIETERLE
1948 / 86min / 35mm
In an ethereal New York City, starving artist Joseph Cotten’s chance encounter with a young girl in Central Park begins an obsessive relationship between the painter and his model.
Eve's Bayou

Eve's Bayou

DIRECTOR: KASI LEMMONS
1997 / 109min / 35mm
One of the essential works of African-American cinema of the 1990s, Eve’s Bayou is a film of rich steamy sexuality, invested with a sense of place you can almost squelch your toes in, concerning the loss of innocence that occurs when the daughter of a well-to-do Louisiana family catches her father in a moment of infidelity.
Duel in the Sun

Duel in the Sun

DIRECTOR: KING VIDOR
1946 / 129min / 35mm
Sent to live with distant relations at the Spanish Bit cattle ranch after her father is hanged, the alluring Mestiza girl Pearl Chavez soon exercises a disturbing influence on the place, particularly youngest son Gregory Peck.
The Third Man

The Third Man

DIRECTOR: CAROL REED
1949 / 101min / DCP
American novelist Joseph Cotton lands in a war-scarred Vienna to look up his old friend Harry Lime, only to discover that his pal seems to have died, leaving a grieving Alida Valli and a terrible criminal legacy behind him.
Trouble Every Day

Trouble Every Day

DIRECTOR: CLAIRE DENIS
2001 / 102min / 35mm
Gory and absolutely outré, Trouble Every Day shocked audiences at its 2001 Cannes Film Festival debut with its graphic depictions of carnal lust as a cannibalistic disease.
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.
Paddington 2

Paddington 2

DIRECTOR: PAUL KING
2017 / 103min / DCP
Now a happy and valued member of the Brown household, Paddington finds himself a new spot of trouble when a unique pop-up book he’s eying as a present for his Aunt Lucy’s 100th birthday is stolen from the shop, and he takes it on himself to capture the culprit.
What Price Hollywood

What Price Hollywood

DIRECTOR: GEORGE CUKOR
1932 / 88min / 35mm
A precursor to the different versions of A Star is Born, in which the press runs roughshod over an up-and-coming starlet, played by Constance Bennett, whose ascent from Brown Derby waitress to toast-of-the-town contrast to the dissolute downfall of mentor director Lowell Sherman.
Ghost in the Shell

Ghost in the Shell

DIRECTOR: MAMORU OSHII
1995 / 83min / DCP
Cyborg Major Kusanagi, a perfect specimen of human-brained computer engineering is on the case to track and destroy an omnipotent entity known as The Puppet Master—a hacker? a virus?— who threatens world order.
Inside Out

Inside Out

DIRECTOR: PETE DOCTER & RONNIE DEL CARMEN
2015 / 95min / DCP
Inside Out is an instant classic, a film that intimately understands childhood anxieties, and articulates them in a beautifully imagined interior world of personified emotions: Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear, and Disgust.
Weekend

Weekend

DIRECTOR: JEAN-LUC GODARD
1967 / 105min / 35mm
A trip through the French countryside becomes a passage into a consumer capitalist hellscape in Godard’s blisteringly black comedy, which follows bitter, homicidally inclined married bourgeoises Mireille Darc and Jean Yanne on a road trip to see her dying father and—more important to both—look after her inheritance.