A Theater Near You

1/13/08 to 2/24/08

This installment in our ongoing repertory series presents classic films and cult favorites, from Ophuls to Eraserhead, in restored or newly struck prints.

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  • Eraserhead, February 23

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  • Dillinger Is Dead

    • Sunday, February 24 6:15 pm

    See Saturday, February 23.

  • Dillinger Is Dead

    • Saturday, February 23 6:30 pm

    Marco Ferreri's rare, seminal film, shown here in a new print. Michel Piccoli stars in a provocative chamber piece that unfolds in comic, unsettling gestures. Repeated on Sunday, February 24.

  • Eraserhead

    • Saturday, February 23 8:30 pm

    David Lynch's debut feature, still creepy after all these years: “a masterpiece of texture . . . an ingenious assemblage of damp, dust, rock, wood, hair, flesh, metal, ooze. The immaculate restoration brings all this to new light.”-Village Voice

  • Let's Get Lost

    • Friday, February 15 9:00 pm

    See Thursday, February 14.

  • Let's Get Lost

    • Thursday, February 14 6:30 pm

    Bruce Weber's portrait of jazz legend Chet Baker, in a restored print, “remains a stunning object of scrutiny. . . . It's the music doc as film noir.”-Village Voice. Repeated on Friday, February 15.

  • Lola Montez

    • Thursday, January 17 7:00 pm

    Lecture by Stefan Drössler. In Max Ophuls's audacious final film, a life of passion becomes the stuff of carnival. “The ultimate cinephilic object: a color-and-CinemaScope dream.”-Boston Phoenix

  • Muriel

    • Wednesday, January 16 8:30 pm

    See Sunday, January 13.

  • Muriel

    • Sunday, January 13 4:15 pm

    Alain Resnais's fractured memory-piece returns in a restored print. Delphine Seyrig stars as a widow haunted by a former love, as her son is haunted by memories of military service in Algeria. Repeated on Wednesday, January 16.