A Theater Near You

3/5/08 to 3/30/08

Our showcase for fresh prints of international classics brings you restored works by American independent Charles Burnett, caustic Sicilian comedies by Pietro Germi, and the searing Mexican surrealism of Luis Buñuel.

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  • Divorce, Italian Style, March 29, 30|Courtesy Cristaldifilm

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Past Films

  • Seduced and Abandoned

    • Sunday, March 30 4:15 pm

    Pietro Germi's audacious satire of Sicilian honor.

  • Divorce, Italian Style

    • Sunday, March 30 6:30 pm

    See March 29.

  • Divorce, Italian Style

    • Saturday, March 29 8:40 pm

    Marcello Mastroianni in Pietro Germi's Sicilian farce, “a terrific entertainment.”-Chicago Reader. Repeated March 30.

  • Los olvidados

    • Wednesday, March 12 6:30 pm

    See March 7.

  • Los olvidados

    • Friday, March 7 9:15 pm

    Luis Buñuel's unsentimental portrait of slum kids in Mexico City. “Its matter-of-fact brilliance continues to astonish.”-BBC. Repeated March 12.

  • Killer of Sheep

    • Wednesday, March 5 6:30 pm

    Charles Burnett's poetic evocation of working-class Watts, “a great-the greatest-cinematic tone poem of American urban life.”-New York.

  • My Brother's Wedding

    • Wednesday, March 5 8:10 pm

    Burnett's new director's cut of “a treasure that demands to be unearthed in all its funny-sad tenderness.”-Village Voice. With short Quiet as Kept.