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Broadway Danny Rose

Directed by Woody Allen

Tonight we welcome Reed College professor Marat Grinberg, who will introduce one of Woody Allen’s classic, quip-rich comedies and talk

Pom Poko

Directed by Isao Takahata

In this brilliant and often overlooked Studio Ghibli masterpiece, the forests are filled with groups of magical tanuki, mischievous raccoon-like

Porco Rosso

Directed by Hayao Miyazaki

This unsung Miyazaki treasure nestles a tale of morality and identity inside a soaring airborne adventure—a tribute to early aviation

The Crimson Pirate

Directed by Robert Siodmak

The most successful of Lancaster’s many action-packed swashbucklers made for his Hecht-Hill-Lancaster production company, THE CRIMSON PIRATE features Lancaster as

The Village of Middlevale

Directed by Amber Celletti, Nathan Blanchard

Dennis decides to leave the hustle and bustle behind to start his own village in the forest. Dennis’s village, however,

Thirty Day Princess

Directed by Marion Gering

With an ebullient yet simple script penned by four different writers, including a pre-heyday Preston Sturges, THIRTY DAY PRINCESS stars

International House

Directed by Edward Sutherland

The manic, boisterous energy that marks many Hollywood comedies of the early sound era owes to the vaudeville stars who

Mantrap

Directed by Victor Fleming

Paramount Pictures paid $50,000 for Sinclair Lewis’s justifiably forgotten novel MANTRAP, but happily, screenwriters Ethel Doherty and Adelaide Heilbron turned

Busy Bodies

Directed by Lloyd French

In this masterpiece of physical comedy by Laurel and Hardy, Stan and Ollie report for work at the sawmill, haplessly

Women in Oversized Men’s Shirts

Directed by Yngvild Sve Flikke

Based on Gunnhild Øyehaug's celebrated feminist novel Wait, Blink, Flikke’s debut film is an energetic and funny portrait of three

Here is Harold

Directed by Gunnar Vikene

For over 40 years, Harold has been running a successful small furniture shop in Bergen with his wife, Marny. But

The Homecoming

Directed by Björn Hlynur Haraldsson

Gunnar is a sociologist in his fifties who has written countless self-help books, but that can’t help him as his