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Special Screenings

  • November 20, 2016 — December 30, 2016

Bellissima

Directed by Luchino Visconti

One of Luchino Visconti’s (The Leopard, Death in Venice) little seen films—not in distribution in the US—Bellissima is a sly

Color Correction

Directed by Margaret Honda

Created entirely from color-timing tapes (the unseen shadow of a release print) of an unnamed Hollywood studio film, Color Correction

Don’t Blink: Robert Frank

Directed by Laura Israel

“The life and work of Robert Frank—as a photographer and a filmmaker—are so intertwined that they’re one in the same,

Generation Found

Directed by Jeff Reilly

Focused on alternative methods to teen drug addiction and recovery in Houston, Generation Found offers a roadmap for communities looking

Intolerance

Directed by D.W. Griffith

Made the year after his controversial The Birth of a Nation as an answer his critics, Griffith's epic Intolerance remains

Kate Plays Christine

Directed by Robert Greene

A gripping, non-fiction psychological thriller, Robert Greene’s film follows actress Kate Lyn Sheil (House of Cards, The Girlfriend Experience, Listen

L’Argent

Directed by Robert Bresson

Robert Bresson’s final film, made when he was 82, is a modern adaptation of Tolstoy’s turn of the century story

La Notte

Directed by Michelangelo Antonioni

Winner of the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival, the second film in Antonioni’s existential trilogy, produced between L’Avventura

Night Two: Interaction of Formats

Directed by Richard Serra, Phyllis Baldino, Joshua Bonetta, George Barber

* Rescheduled to Monday, December 19th due to inclement weather * This program features four kindred films with colo(u)r as

Tampopo

Directed by Juzo Itami

Director Juzo Itami described his oddball “ramen western” comedy as “about people in a situation where sex and eating are

The Anonymous People

Directed by Greg D. Williams

Addiction to drugs and alcohol is one of America’s most most prevalent yet ignored social and public health issues. Misunderstood

The Commissar

Directed by Aleksandr Askoldov

Filmed in 1966 but kept from release for two decades by the authorities, The Commissar is unquestionably one of the most

The Red Shoes

Directed by Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger

One of the masterpieces of British and musical, cinema, Powell and Pressburger’s backstage love story is a rhapsody of color,

The Tales of Hoffmann

Directed by Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger

Martin Scorsese’s Film Foundation and the British Film Archive teamed up for this dazzling digital restoration of one of the