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The Sacrifice

Directed by Andrei Tarkovsky

Andrei Tarkovsky (1932-1986) is generally considered to be the greatest director of post-war Soviet cinema and the last of the


Norte, The End of History

Directed by Lav Diaz

Known as “a Filipino freedom fighter that choses cinema as his weapon, a rebolusyonario that shoots film instead of people,”

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School of Film Student Screening

Directed by Various

Everyone is invited to watch the many short films created by students in the classes of Fall Term 2014. Whether


The Thanhouser Studio and the Birth of American Cinema

Directed by Ned Thanhouser

The Thanhouser Company was a trailblazing studio based in New Rochelle, New York, where from 1910 to 1917 it released

Portrait of American director Robert Altman in his home on September 26, 2005.


Directed by Ron Mann

Robert Altman (1925-2006) was, during his long filmmaking career, one of Hollywood’s mavericks—never concerned with popular tastes or prevailing trends.


The Long Goodbye

Directed by Robert Altman

As a tribute to, or perhaps in contempt of, the noir detective story, Altman subverts genre convention by re-imagining the


3 Women

Directed by Robert Altman

3 Women is often under-appreciated among Altman’s films, yet it remains one of his most fascinating. Shelly Duvall was nominated

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Mr. Turner

Directed by Mike Leigh

“Timothy Spall won the Best Actor prize at Cannes for his magnificent performance as J.M.W. Turner in this gorgeously rendered


Kind Hearts and Coronets

Directed by Robert Hamer

“Murder, being a delicate matter, needs to be kept within the family. What surer cause for it is there than


The Lavender Hill Mob

Directed by Charles Crichton

With the aid of two bumbling sidekicks, timid bank clerk Henry Holland (Alec Guiness) nearly gets away with the heist


Paths of Glory

Directed by Stanley Kubrick

Kubrick’s classic tale of corrupted leadership and the farce of legal proceedings during wartime (WWI) strikes resonance today through its


The Man in the White Suit

Directed by Alexander Mackendrick

In this light-hearted satire rich in comic twists, Alec Guiness plays a daffy inventor-chemist who concocts a miraculous fabric that


The Ladykillers

Directed by Alexander Mackendrick

Mackendrick’s delightful black comedy finds Alec Guiness and his fumbling gang of crooks (Peter Sellers, Herbert Lom, and Cecil Parker)


The King and the Mockingbird

Directed by Paul Grimault

Widely considered one of the best animated features of all time and a masterpiece of French animation, the Prix Louis