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Reel Music 36

January 18-February 16

Three by Ida Lupino

January 11-13

Case of the Mondays

Weekly essential film programming

2019 Celluloid Projections

Every film screening on celluloid this year

Upcoming Films

Thu, Feb 7

Portland Circuit

Directed by Various

In partnership with the Oregon Made Creative Foundation and independent theaters around the city of Portland, we are proud to

Fri, Feb 8

Industrial Accident: The Story of Wax Trax Records

Directed by Julia Nash

Wax Trax Records, a beloved record shop and label based in Chicago, has been a crucial resource for a generation

Sat, Feb 9

Depeche Mode: 101

Directed by David Dawkins, Chris Hegedus, D.A. Pennebaker

Touring with British electronic pop group Depeche Mode on their headlining 1988 US tour, documentarians Chris Hegedus and D.A. Pennebaker,

Sun, Feb 10

Gospel According to Al Green

Directed by Various

In the late 1970s, legendary soul singer Al Green quit his label and devoted himself to recording only gospel music,

Sun, Feb 10

Kusama: Infinity

Directed by Heather Lenz

Lenz’s revealing documentary follows the fine artist Yayoi Kusama, now in her 80s, on a kaleidoscopic journey through her history

Sun, Feb 10

CANCELED—Beau Travail

Directed by Claire Denis

This psychosexual take on Herman Melville's Billy Budd isn't just the best film Claire Denis has crafted to date, it's

Mon, Feb 11

Vagabond

Directed by Agnès Varda

In Varda’s own words a poetic soliloquy for an unknown woman, this 1985 masterpiece follows Mona (an unforgettable Sandrine Bonnaire),

Fri, Feb 15

Milford Graves Full Mantis

Directed by Jake Meginsky, Neil Young

Free jazz percussionist Milford Graves is one of the genre’s most innovative and transformative figures, having worked on groundbreaking albums

Sat, Feb 16

Matangi/Maya/M.I.A.

Directed by Stephen Loveridge

Mathangi "Maya" Arulpragasam (aka M.I.A.) is one of the music world’s most controversial and politically outspoken artists, having created an

Sun, Feb 17

Barton Fink

Directed by Joel Coen

Sporting a hairdo straight out of David Lynch's Eraserhead, John Turturro plays Barton Fink, an elitist 1940s New York playwright

Mon, Feb 18

A City of Sadness

Directed by Hou Hsiao-Hsien

Set between the end of WWII—Japan’s withdrawal from Taiwan—and the imposition of martial law under the Kuomintang government (a proxy

Wed, Feb 20

That Monster: An Allegory

Directed by Silvia Kolbowski

"To follow a non-imperialistic policy and maintain a non-racist faith becomes daily more difficult because it becomes daily clearer how great a burden