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1/11/07 to 2/17/07

  • Army of Shadows, January 11, 13|Courtesy Rialto Pictures|

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  • Satantango

    • Saturday, February 17 13:00

    Special admission: $20 general, $10 BAM/PFA members & UCB students. A new print of Béla Tarr's extraordinary 7 1/2-hour epic, "one of the great, largely unseeable movies of the last dozen years. . . . Set on an entropic collective farm during the last years of Hungarian Communism, it's a mordant, characteristically Eastern European tale of hapless peasants and charismatic swindlers. . . . Despair has never been more voluptuously precise."-Village Voice

  • The Piano Tuner of Earthquakes

    • Sunday, February 11 19:45

    The brothers' long-awaited second feature, “a Gothic fable of obsessive desire, magical prowess, and bizarre coincidence.”-Time Out

  • The Cabinet of the Brothers Quay, Program 2

    • Sunday, February 11 18:00

    More enigmatic shorts from the Quays, including the famed Street of Crocodiles.

  • Institute Benjamenta

    • Saturday, February 10 20:00

    The Quays' first live-action feature, set in a training school for servants, is an elliptical fairy tale, “outlandishly beautiful, bizarre, mysterious, and inventive.”-Time Out

  • The Cabinet of the Brothers Quay, Program 1

    • Saturday, February 10 18:30

    Explore the strange and exquisite worlds of stop-motion animators The Brothers Quay in this selection of shorts, including many new prints.

  • Army of Shadows

    • Saturday, January 13 20:20

    Please see January 11.

  • Le cercle rouge

    • Saturday, January 13 17:30

    Alain Delon and Yves Montand in Jean-Pierre Melville's “dazzling epic of love, guns, gangsters, and cigarettes” (L.A. Times), shown here in the uncut European version.

  • Army of Shadows

    • Thursday, January 11 19:30

    A restored print of Jean-Pierre Melville's drama of the French Resistance, starring Lino Ventura and Simone Signoret. "Grips tighter than a Gestapo handcuff. . . . A film of noirish compositions and fantastic cool."-The Independent. Repeated on January 13.