A Theater Near You (2015)

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  • Hiroshima mon amour

    • Friday, July 24 7:00 PM
    Alain Resnais
    France, Japan, 1959

    In Memory of Alain Resnais (1922–2014) 
    New Digital Restoration!

    A French actress and a Japanese architect meet in Hiroshima, and begin a haunted love affair, in Alain Resnais’ mesmerizing work, written by Marguerite Duras. “A cornerstone film of the French New Wave, Alain Resnais’s first feature is one of the most influential films of all time” (Criterion).

  • The Tales of Hoffmann

    • Sunday, July 19 6:30 PM
    Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger
    United Kingdom, 1951

    New Digital Restoration!

    Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger's followup to The Red Shoes was this visually splendid tour-de-force: lush color, outrageous effects, Offenbach's magnificent score, and impressive dancing highlight the three connected tales of a poet's amorous adventures.

  • The Strange Case of Angelica

    • Saturday, June 20 8:30 PM
    Manoel de Oliveira

    In Memory of Manoel de Oliveira (1908–2015)

    A young man falls in love with a recently deceased beauty in one of the final films from the long career of director Manoel de Oliveira. “Bold and daring, whimsical and dramatic” (TIFF).

  • Workingman’s Death

    • Friday, June 19 8:30 PM
    Michael Glawogger
    Austria, Germany, 2005

    BAM/PFA Collection Print! 
    In Memory of Michael Glawogger (1959–2014)

    Glawogger again asks a global question: Is hard manual labor a thing of the past? Unflinchingly, he answers by showcasing the most grueling and dangerous professions he could find, in Ukraine, Indonesia, Nigeria, Pakistan, and China. 


  • Grey Gardens

    • Saturday, June 13 8:15 PM
    Albert Maysles, David Maysles
    USA, 1976

    New Digital Restoration!
    In Memory of Albert Maysles (1926–2015)

    The Maysles brothers turn their attention to a reclusive mother-and-daughter team, the unforgettable Edith and Edie Bouvier Beale, in this landmark documentary.

  • From Mayerling to Sarajevo

    • Friday, June 12 8:15 PM
    Max Ophuls
    France, 1940

    New 35mm Print!

    Ophuls presents the love affair between Archduke Franz-Ferdinand and Czech Countess Sophie Chotek in his own elegant, fluid style. “Amongst the finest works of Max Ophuls” (Robin Wood).