July 2019

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4:30 PM
  • Film
  • In-Person
Sunday, June 30, 2019
4:30 PM
Judy Irola,
United States,
2006,
(75 mins)
Cine Manifest member Judy Irola documents the collective’s reunion after thirty years in this frank, often hilarious investigation of the hopes, ideals, and sometimes messy realities of life in a leftist 1970s film collective.
  • Judy Irola
    In Person
7 PM
  • Film
Sunday, June 30, 2019
7 PM
Fritz Lang,
United States,
1936,
(94 mins)

Archival Print

Lang’s first Hollywood film stars Spencer Tracy and Sylvia Sidney in a powerful indictment of mob justice. A vivid social melodrama with many visual elements of Expressionism-turned-noir.
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12:15 PM
Wednesday, July 3, 2019
12:15 PM
Explore Hans Hofmann’s dynamic and influential work with a guided tour.
Included with admission
Series Guided Tours
Wednesday, July 3, 2019
12:15 PM
Explore this compelling selection of works by Black artists with the organizers of the exhibition. 
Included with admission
Series Guided Tours
7 PM
  • Film
Wednesday, July 3, 2019
7 PM
Fritz Lang,
United States,
1938,
(90 mins)
George Raft and Sylvia Sidney are ex-cons employed in a department store in this Brechtian/Runyonesque fairy tale, with music by Kurt Weill.
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4 PM–7 PM
Thursday, July 4, 2019
4 PM–7 PM
Independence may have its advantages, but the works on view in the study center this month show what artists can get done when they work together.
Free admission
Series Five Tables
7 PM
Thursday, July 4, 2019
7 PM
François Truffaut,
France,
1959,
(99 mins)

Imported Print
BAMPFA Student Committee Pick

A fifteen-year-old Jean-Pierre Léaud made his first appearance as François Truffaut’s alter ego Antoine Doinel in this quintessential coming-of-age film, a lyrical but unsentimental portrait of adolescence and of Paris.
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2–7 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
Friday, July 5, 2019
2–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

Friday, July 5, 2019
6:30 PM
Francesco Rosi,
Italy,
1979,
(250 mins)

Bay Area Premiere of Full-Length Digital Restoration
Additional screenings added: July 13, August 3, and August 17

Gian Maria Volonté portrays leftist writer Carlo Levi, banished by the Italian fascist government to a profoundly isolated mountain village. “An absorbing and sometimes stunningly beautiful movie with an impressive sense of historical detail and social insight” (Christian Science Monitor).
Special admission: General: $15; BAMPFA members: $11; UC Berkeley students: $7; UC Berkeley faculty and staff, non–UC Berkeley students, disabled persons, ages 65+ and 18 & under: $12. Screening includes 30-minute intermission.
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11 AM–7 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
Saturday, July 6, 2019
11 AM–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

6 PM
Saturday, July 6, 2019
6 PM
Orson Welles,
France, Spain, Switzerland,
1966,
(113 mins)

Digital Restoration

Welles embodies Shakespeare’s Falstaff in “a dark masterpiece, shot through with slapstick and sorrow” (Time Out). “Quite likely the greatest Shakespearean film ever” (Christian Science Monitor).
8:15 PM
Saturday, July 6, 2019
8:15 PM
Jean-Luc Godard,
France,
1966,
(110 mins)
Léaud stars as one of Godard’s “children of Marx and Coca-Cola”—the young people of Paris in 1965, choosing between la tendresse and politics.
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Sunday, July 7, 2019
8 AM

Live on the Outdoor Screen!

Watch the FIFA Women's World Cup final match live on BAMPFA's colossal outdoor screen!
Bring a lawn chair or blanket to sit on.
Free
11 AM–7 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
Sunday, July 7, 2019
11 AM–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

Sunday, July 7, 2019
2 PM
Explore Hans Hofmann’s dynamic and influential work with a guided tour.
Included with admission
Series Guided Tours
Sunday, July 7, 2019
5 PM
Fritz Lang,
United States,
1937,
(85 mins)

Archival Print

Henry Fonda and Sylvia Sidney are outlaw lovers on the run in this much-loved classic, a film of “tragic intensity and visual creativity” (Andrew Sarris).
7 PM
Sunday, July 7, 2019
7 PM
François Truffaut,
France,
1968,
(111 mins)
Léaud returns as Truffaut’s quintessential dreamer Antoine Doinel, flitting through 1968 Paris in search of love and livelihood. With short Antoine and Colette.
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12:15 PM
Wednesday, July 10, 2019
12:15 PM
Explore Hans Hofmann’s dynamic and influential work with a guided tour.
Included with admission
Series Guided Tours
Wednesday, July 10, 2019
12:15 PM
Explore this compelling selection of works by Black artists with the organizers of the exhibition. 
Included with admission
Series Guided Tours
7 PM
  • Film
Wednesday, July 10, 2019
7 PM
Orson Welles,
United States,
1948,
(119 mins)

Restored 35mm Print

Aiming to restore Shakespeare’s tragedy to its roots in Scottish legend, Welles achieved an experimental fusion of the Bard and the B picture. “One of the director’s most personal creations” (Village Voice).
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2–7 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
Thursday, July 11, 2019
2–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

6:30 PM
Thursday, July 11, 2019
6:30 PM
Jacques Rivette,
France,
1965,
(140 mins)

Digital Restoration

Anna Karina plays a young woman forced to become a nun in Rivette’s notorious adaptation of Diderot’s novel. A work of “brilliant filmmaking and impassioned restraint . . . as sumptuous in its color photography as it is austere in its mise-en-scène” (New York Times).
Thursday, July 11, 2019
7 PM
Richard Lester,
United Kingdom,
1964,
(149 mins)
Richard Lester captures the Fab Four at the height of Beatlemania, spiritedly weaving together documentary and fiction. With Mick Gochanour’s expanded edit of Peter Whitehead’s look at the Rolling Stones on tour, Charlie Is My Darling: Ireland 1965.
At Outdoor Screen
Free on the outdoor screen
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2–7 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
Friday, July 12, 2019
2–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

Friday, July 12, 2019
6:30 PM
Manoel de Oliveira,
Brazil, France, Portugal, Spain,
2010,
(95 mins)

Cinematography by Sabine Lancelin

A young photographer falls in love with a recently deceased beauty in one of Manoel de Oliveira’s final films. “Somewhere between ghost story and fairy tale . . . a beguiling meditation on the ontological and illusionist powers of cinema” (Film Comment). 
Friday, July 12, 2019
8:30 PM
Fritz Lang,
United States,
1944,
(99 mins)
A mild flirtation draws a college professor (Edward G. Robinson) into a hopelessly tangled web of blackmail and murder in Lang’s claustrophobic noir. “A thriller with the logic and plausibility of a nightmare” (Pauline Kael).
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11:30 AM–1 PM
Saturday, July 13, 2019
11:30 AM–1 PM

For ages 6 to 12 with accompanying adult(s)

Explore the varied perceptions of space and form on view in About Things Loved, then use paint and other materials to create a layered canvas of your own.
Free for kids 18 & under and for one adult per child 13 & under
  • Frantz Jean-Baptiste
    With artist
    Originally from Miami, Frantz Jean-Baptiste is a painter whose work engages with questions of identity and blackness in America, and reflects his Haitian-Caribbean background.
Series Family Events
1 PM–2:30 PM
Saturday, July 13, 2019
1 PM–2:30 PM

For ages 6 to 12 with accompanying adult(s)

Explore the varied perceptions of space and form on view in About Things Loved, then use paint and other materials to create a layered canvas of your own.
Free for kids 18 & under and for one adult per child 13 & under
  • Frantz Jean-Baptiste
    With artist
    Originally from Miami, Frantz Jean-Baptiste is a painter whose work engages with questions of identity and blackness in America, and reflects his Haitian-Caribbean background.
Series Family Events
Saturday, July 13, 2019
1:00 PM
Francesco Rosi,
Italy,
1979,
(250 mins)

Bay Area Premiere of Full-Length Digital Restoration
Additional screenings added: July 13, August 3, and August 17

Gian Maria Volonté portrays leftist writer Carlo Levi, banished by the Italian fascist government to a profoundly isolated mountain village. “An absorbing and sometimes stunningly beautiful movie with an impressive sense of historical detail and social insight” (Christian Science Monitor).
Special admission: General: $15; BAMPFA members: $11; UC Berkeley students: $7; UC Berkeley faculty and staff, non–UC Berkeley students, disabled persons, ages 65+ and 18 & under: $12. Screening includes 30-minute intermission.
Saturday, July 13, 2019
2 PM
Explore this compelling selection of works by Black artists with the organizers of the exhibition. 
Included with admission
Series Guided Tours
2:30 PM–7 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
Saturday, July 13, 2019
2:30 PM–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

Saturday, July 13, 2019
3 PM

Recommended for ages 8 & up (younger kids welcome as listeners)

Read with us about a young girl’s experiences in 1920s Alaska, and pick up a copy of the book to finish reading at home.
Free for kids 18 & under and for one adult per child 13 & under
  • Mardawn Wendt
    Reading led by
    Mardawn Wendt is a librarian at Berkeley Arts Magnet Elementary School in Berkeley.
Series Family Events
6 PM
  • Film
Saturday, July 13, 2019
6 PM
Peter Watkins,
United Kingdom,
1965,
(105 mins)
Released during the Summer of Love and set in “Britain in the near future,” this radically dystopian tale from the director of Punishment Park follows a pop star (former Manfred Mann vocalist Paul Jones) whose music becomes a tool for tyranny.
8:15 PM
  • Film
Saturday, July 13, 2019
8:15 PM
Julio Bracho,
Mexico,
1948,
(98 mins)
Bracho fuses populist romance and melodrama with formal experimentation in this over-the-top tale of a peasant woman torn between her revolutionary fiancé and a kindly store owner. Rita Macedo and Fernando Soler star in a classic of Mexican cinema’s Golden Age.
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11 AM–7 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
Sunday, July 14, 2019
11 AM–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

Sunday, July 14, 2019
2 PM
Explore Hans Hofmann’s dynamic and influential work with a guided tour.
Included with admission
Series Guided Tours
4:30 PM
Sunday, July 14, 2019
4:30 PM
François Truffaut,
France,
1959,
(99 mins)

Imported Print
BAMPFA Student Committee Pick

A fifteen-year-old Jean-Pierre Léaud made his first appearance as François Truffaut’s alter ego Antoine Doinel in this quintessential coming-of-age film, a lyrical but unsentimental portrait of adolescence and of Paris.
7 PM
Sunday, July 14, 2019
7 PM
Claire Denis,
France, Republic of Korea,
2004,
(130 mins)

Imported Print
Cinematography by Agnès Godard

After a heart transplant, a man travels the world, from the Alps to Polynesia, in search of new meaning. “Poetic and primal. . . . This mysterious object may be Denis’s most gorgeous film” (Village Voice).
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5:30 PM–8:30 PM
Tuesday, July 16, 2019
5:30 PM–8:30 PM

Open to all members

Members' reception featuring after-hours access to our summer exhbitions
Space is limited. RSVP by July 9.
Each member cardholder admits two.
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Wednesday, July 17, 2019
12 PM
A discussion of the relationship between Zen Buddhism and calligraphy in Meditation in Motion: Zen Calligraphy from the Stuart Katz Collection.
12:15 PM
Wednesday, July 17, 2019
12:15 PM
Explore Hans Hofmann’s dynamic and influential work with a guided tour.
Included with admission
Series Guided Tours
7 PM
Wednesday, July 17, 2019
7 PM
François Truffaut,
France,
1970,
(97 mins)
In this bittersweet fourth installment in Truffaut’s Antoine Doinel saga, Léaud’s character endures the travails of young married life.
Wednesday, July 17, 2019
7 PM

Programmed by Sarah Cahill

Two of the Bay Area’s most innovative and provocative ensembles come together for an action-packed evening with music by Samuel Adams and others.
Included with admission. Seating for Full is limited.
Series Full
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2–7 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
Thursday, July 18, 2019
2–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

Thursday, July 18, 2019
12 PM
Collector Goodman and curator Phillips illuminate the works on view in Unlimited and discuss the experience of collecting and curating photography from their personal perspectives.
Included with admission
7 PM
  • Film
  • In-Person
Thursday, July 18, 2019
7 PM
Julio Bracho,
Mexico,
1960,
(122 mins)

BAMPFA Student Committee Pick

Bracho’s 1960 passion project takes on the power struggles within Mexican politics after the Revolution, and was banned for over thirty years as a result. “Suffused with anguish and barely concealed outrage” (Village Voice).
  • Diana Bracho
    Introduction
    Diana Bracho, the daughter of Julio Bracho, has worked as an actress in film, theater, and television for over forty years in Mexico and internationally. She will introduce to
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2–7 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
Friday, July 19, 2019
2–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

6:30 PM
Friday, July 19, 2019
6:30 PM
Fritz Lang,
United States,
1945,
(103 mins)

Archival Print

A middle-aged cashier and amateur artist (Edward G. Robinson) finds himself caught between a bewitching beauty (Joan Bennett) and a psychotic thug (Dan Duryea) in one of Lang’s most visually intense works, inspired by Renoir’s La chienne.
8:45 PM
Friday, July 19, 2019
8:45 PM
Albert Maysles, David Maysles, Charlotte Zwerin,
United States,
1970,
(91 mins)
Scrutinizing the 1969 Altamont Festival organized by the Rolling Stones, an ill-fated “anti-Woodstock” that devolved into violence and chaos, this documentary skillfully interweaves performance footage with behind-the-scenes glimpses of the preparations for the show and its aftermath.
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11 AM–7 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
Saturday, July 20, 2019
11 AM–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

2 PM
  • In-Person
  • Performance
  • Workshop
Saturday, July 20, 2019
2 PM

Programmed by Ryanaustin Dennis and Chika Okoye

Imhotep presents a performative lecture and writing workshop drawing on Toni Morrison’s essay “The Site of Memory.”
Included with admission
Series Black Life
Saturday, July 20, 2019
2 PM
Explore this compelling selection of works by Black artists with the organizers of the exhibition. 
Included with admission
Series Guided Tours
Saturday, July 20, 2019
6 PM
Masaki Kobayashi,
Japan,
1959,
(218 mins)
Kobayashi’s three-part antiwar masterpiece follows the awakening—and disillusionment—of a Japanese soldier (the great Tatsuya Nakadai) during the Second World War. “Amazingly powerful in its emotional sweep and the depth of its historical insight. . . . Kobayashi’s monumental film can clarify and enrich your understanding of what it is to be alive” (New York Times).
Special admission: General: $15; BAMPFA members: $11; UC Berkeley students: $7; UC Berkeley faculty and staff, non-UC Berkeley students, disabled persons, ages 65+ and 18 & under: $12. Screening includes 10-minute intermission.
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11 AM–7 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
Sunday, July 21, 2019
11 AM–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

Sunday, July 21, 2019
3 PM
Belzer offers an artist’s perspective on Hans Hofmann’s use of nature as essential source material for his abstract imagery.
Included with admission
Sunday, July 21, 2019
5:30 PM
Masaki Kobayashi,
Japan,
1959,
(193 mins)
In Part II of Kobayashi’s nine-hour epic about Japan’s occupation of China during World War II, soldier Tatsuya Nakadai tries to institute more humane procedures in his military unit, but only succeeds in attracting the ire of his fellow officers.
Special admission: General: $15; BAMPFA members: $11; UC Berkeley students: $7; UC Berkeley faculty and staff, non-UC Berkeley students, disabled persons, ages 65+ and 18 & under: $12. Screening includes 10-minute intermission.
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Wednesday, July 24, 2019
6:00 PM

Open to Curator's Circle members at the $1,000 level and above

Director and Chief Curator Lawrence Rinder and artists Helen Mirra and Sean Thackrey will guide Curator's Circle members through No Horizon: Helen Mirra and Sean Thackrey, discussing their practices and the works included in the exhibition.
Curator's Circle members only event.
RSVP to Jennifer Sime at jlsime@berkeley.edu or 510-643-9632.
Wednesday, July 24, 2019
7 PM
Masaki Kobayashi,
Japan,
1961,
(206 mins)
By Part III of Kobayashi’s epic, the Japanese army is being routed by superior Russian troops. Protagonist Tatsuya Nakadai is captured by the Soviets and imprisoned, learning the bitter truth about the Red Army as liberators.
Special admission: General: $15; BAMPFA members: $11; UC Berkeley students: $7; UC Berkeley faculty and staff, non-UC Berkeley students, disabled persons, ages 65+ and 18 & under: $12. Screening includes 10-minute intermission.
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2–7 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
Thursday, July 25, 2019
2–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

7 PM
Thursday, July 25, 2019
7 PM
Robin Campillo,
France,
2013,
(128 mins)

Cinematography by Jeanne Lapoirie

A “simple” sex-for-hire agreement between a French bourgeois and a Ukrainian immigrant turns into something more dangerous—and more profound. “Explores interlocking themes of sexuality, immigration, and power dynamics with a cleareyed sensitivity” (New York Times). 
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2–7 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
Friday, July 26, 2019
2–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

6:30 PM
Friday, July 26, 2019
6:30 PM
Fritz Lang,
United States,
1948,
(99 mins)

Archival Print

A recently married woman (Joan Bennett) begins to suspect her new husband (Michael Redgrave) is after her life in Lang’s take on the woman-in-peril gothic melodrama. “Lang’s direction is masterly. . . . A remarkable film” (Time Out).
8:30 PM
  • Film
Friday, July 26, 2019
8:30 PM
Christian Petzold,
Germany,
2018,
(101 mins)
Petzold’s tale of displaced people in fascist-occupied France transposes a 1940s novel to today’s Marseille. “Moody, beguiling, and formally bold. . . . Turns history into an existential maze” (New York Times). “Like a remake of Casablanca as written by Kafka” (IndieWire).
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11 AM
  • Activity
  • Art
  • In-Person
  • Workshop
Saturday, July 27, 2019
11 AM

Programmed by Alix Blevins

Join filmmakers Linda Scobie and Courtney Fellion to create manipulated textural images with found 35mm slides.
Included with admission
Series Workshops
11 AM–7 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
Saturday, July 27, 2019
11 AM–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

3:30 PM
  • Families
  • Film
Saturday, July 27, 2019
3:30 PM
Carroll Ballard,
United States,
1979,
(118 mins)

Digital Restoration
Recommended for ages 7 & up

A young boy’s friendship with a wild stallion anchors this mesmerizing adaptation of the classic novel. “May be the greatest children’s movie ever made” (Pauline Kael).
6 PM
Saturday, July 27, 2019
6 PM
François Truffaut,
France,
1979,
(95 mins)
In 1979, Truffaut and Léaud return for a final look at Antoine Doinel, now in his thirties, but perennially adolescent.
Saturday, July 27, 2019
8 PM
Perry Henzell,
Jamaica,
1973,
(120 mins)
Starring Jimmy Cliff and buoyed by an infectious soundtrack featuring the music of Cliff, the Maytals, the Slickers, and Desmond Dekker, this Caribbean noir shot on location in Kingston, Jamaica, introduced reggae to an international audience.
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11 AM–7 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
Sunday, July 28, 2019
11 AM–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

3 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
  • In-Person
  • Workshop
Sunday, July 28, 2019
3 PM
Master calligrapher and painter Kazuaki Tanahashi presents a lecture-demonstration on the history and techniques of brush calligraphy, followed by a hands-on workshop.
Registration closed.
Series Workshops
4:30 PM
Sunday, July 28, 2019
4:30 PM
Claudia Llosa,
Peru, Spain,
2009,
(124 mins)

Cinematography by Natasha Braier

The daughter of novelist Mario Vargas Llosa fashioned this provocative, poetic fable of the survivors of a generation of political violence, as the daughter of an indigenous woman learns more about her mother’s life—and suffering. With Bertrand Bonello’s short Sarah Winchester, Ghost Opera.
7 PM
Sunday, July 28, 2019
7 PM
Fritz Lang,
United States,
1952,
(89 mins)
Arthur Kennedy searches for the bandit who killed his fiancée, and finds Marlene Dietrich, in this brilliantly curdled western-psychodrama.
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12:00 PM
Wednesday, July 31, 2019
12:00 PM
Join artist Dennis Feldman as he discusses the portrait, interior, and landscape photographs on view in the current exhibition of his work, emphasizing how photography sees the world differently from the ways our eyes and minds model it.
Included with admission
7 PM
  • Film
Wednesday, July 31, 2019
7 PM
Masaki Kobayashi,
Japan,
1962,
(135 mins)
Tatsuya Nakadai is a penniless samurai who asks a wealthy clan’s permission to commit ritual suicide—though that’s not the only killing on his mind. “Probably the best samurai film ever made” (Washington Post).
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2–7 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
Thursday, August 1, 2019
2–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

1:15 PM
Thursday, August 1, 2019
1:15 PM
Expert tour guides share highlights of exhibitions on view throughout the museum.
Included with admission
Series Guided Tours
4 PM–7 PM
Thursday, August 1, 2019
4 PM–7 PM
If the meek shall inherit the earth, the works on view in the study center show what a grand—also rocky, sandy, and dirty—inheritance this might be.
Free admission
Series Five Tables
Thursday, August 1, 2019
6:00 PM

Open to Curator's Circle members at the $1,000 level and above

Curator's Circle members join photographer Dennis Feldman and exhibition curator Elaine Y. Yau for a reception and intimate tour to celebrate the opening of Dennis Feldman: Photographs.
Curator's Circle members-only event.
RSVPs open soon.
7 PM
Thursday, August 1, 2019
7 PM
Jacques Rivette,
France, Switzerland,
1989,
(156 mins)

Cinematography by Caroline Champetier

Performance, life, and cinema merge in Rivette’s metaphysical mystery. “One of the director’s most spellbinding explorations of the sometimes terrifyingly thin line between everyday life and the strangeness beneath it” (Film Society of Lincoln Center).
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2–7 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
Friday, August 2, 2019
2–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

6:30 PM
Friday, August 2, 2019
6:30 PM
Abbas Kiarostami,
Iran,
1974,
(81 mins)

Digital Restoration

A young boy in a rural village schemes and dreams his way to a big-city soccer match in Kiarostami’s first feature, similar to The 400 Blows. With short Bread and Alley.
8:30 PM
  • Film
Friday, August 2, 2019
8:30 PM
Jean Luc Godard,
France,
1967,
(105 mins)
“Godard’s vision of bourgeois cataclysm. . . . A savage Swiftian satire, it traces a new Gulliver’s travels through the collapsing consumer society as a married couple set out for a weekend jaunt” (Time Out). Léaud has a revolutionary cameo.
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11 AM–7 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
Saturday, August 3, 2019
11 AM–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

Saturday, August 3, 2019
1:00 PM
Francesco Rosi,
Italy,
1979,
(250 mins)

Bay Area Premiere of Full-Length Digital Restoration
Additional screenings added: July 13, August 3, and August 17

Gian Maria Volonté portrays leftist writer Carlo Levi, banished by the Italian fascist government to a profoundly isolated mountain village. “An absorbing and sometimes stunningly beautiful movie with an impressive sense of historical detail and social insight” (Christian Science Monitor).
Special admission: General: $15; BAMPFA members: $11; UC Berkeley students: $7; UC Berkeley faculty and staff, non–UC Berkeley students, disabled persons, ages 65+ and 18 & under: $12. Screening includes 30-minute intermission.
6 PM
Saturday, August 3, 2019
6 PM
Fritz Lang,
United States,
1952,
(100 mins)
A killer cast—Barbara Stanwyck, Robert Ryan, Marilyn Monroe—star as fated misfits in Monterey. A classic noir, shot on location, “brisk, tense, crackling” (Los Angeles Times).
8:15 PM
  • Film
Saturday, August 3, 2019
8:15 PM
Mel Stuart,
United States,
1973,
(103 mins)

BAMPFA Collection

This vibrant, essential document of the Stax soul scene (and the Black Power era) captures a seven-hour concert held in commemoration of the Watts uprising. Featuring Isaac Hayes, the Staple Singers, Richard Pryor, and more.