A Theater Near You

5/7/05 to 6/4/05

  • Goodbye, Dragon Inn, June 2

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Past Films

  • Masculine Feminine

    • Saturday, June 4 21:20

    Please see June 3.

  • Masculine Feminine

    • Friday, June 3 21:30

    Jean–Pierre Léaud stars in Godard's pastiche on "the children of Marx and Coca–Cola"-the young people of Paris, at a turning point in 1965: choosing, like the director himself, between la tendresse and politics. A film of invention and insight. A new print, repeated June 4.

  • Goodbye, Dragon Inn (Free Screening!)

    • Thursday, June 2 17:30

    Set in a crumbling movie theater, Tsai Ming–liang's festival favorite reflects on missed connections.

  • A Talking Picture

    • Sunday, May 8 17:30

    Please see May 7.

  • Au Hasard Balthazar

    • Sunday, May 8 19:25

    Please see May 7.

  • Au Hasard Balthazar

    • Saturday, May 7 19:00

    A new print of French director Robert Bresson's last film, in which he found the perfect protagonist in a donkey, "born, like all beings, to suffer and die needlessly and mysteriously....A morbidly beautiful flower of cinematic art."-Andrew Sarris. Repeated May 8.

  • A Talking Picture

    • Saturday, May 7 20:50

    Manoel de Oliveira offers an appreciation of the birth of Western civilization to contemplate its demise in this "sharply cut gem of a film" (N.Y. Times) with Catherine Deneuve, Stefania Sandrelli, and Irene Papas. Repeated May 8.