Film critic and historian J. Hoberman presents two films and offers his insights on the intersection between politics and pop culture in Ronald Reagan’s America.
Vive la Varda! We pay tribute to a founding mother of the French New Wave, who died at age ninety in 2019—an inspiring and vital artist to the end.
Treat the family to an afternoon at the movies.
Recent releases, restored classics, and special guests grace the Barbro Osher Theater.
A retrospective of David Lynch’s big-screen work—a journey into a universe both banal and bizarre, incomparably strange and unsettlingly familiar.
Lang’s late-period two-part epic is a fantasia of flamboyant set pieces and exotic colors shown off to full effect in this recent restoration.
A centennial celebration of one of the greats of international art cinema, a master of memory, dreams, fantasy, and desire.
Explore Federico Fellini’s work in depth with this lecture/screening series complementing our Fellini retrospective.
Our annual series showcases an international array of recent and historical nonfiction films.