Recent releases, restored classics, and special guests grace the Barbro Osher Theater.
Treat the family to an afternoon at the movies.
From raucous music-hall comedy to tough urban noir, this selection of digitally restored works showcases the range and artistry of a master craftsman of midcentury Mexican cinema.
Rock ’n’ roll is the soundtrack to summer at BAMPFA as we celebrate the roots and resonance of rock in cinema. Three free events on our outdoor screen take the music to the streets.
Three free events on our outdoor screen take the rock 'n' roll music to the streets.
This lineup of Lang’s films made and set in the United States amounts to a noir tour of the psychosocial landscape of twentieth-century America, a land of systemic corruption, thwarted aspiration, and frustrated desire.
This series surveys the career of a French New Wave icon, from his youthful roles as François Truffaut’s alter ego Antoine Doinel to his embodiment of a dying Louis XIV.
Showcasing the artistic visions of female cinematographers around the world, this series asks whether there is such a thing as a “female gaze.”