March 2022

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11 AM–7 PM
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Sunday, February 27, 2022
11 AM–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

Series Workshops
3 PM
Sunday, February 27, 2022
3 PM
F. W. Murnau,
United States,
1931,
(86 mins)

Digital Restoration

F. W. Murnau joined forces with documentarist Robert J. Flaherty, and they fashioned an emotionally rich story of the flowering romance between a young man and woman, filmed on location in Tahiti.
Capacity is currently limited to fifty percent.
Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.
  • Bruce Loeb
    On Piano
5 PM
Sunday, February 27, 2022
5 PM
Francis Ford Coppola,
United States,
1983,
(94 mins)

4K Digital Restoration

Matt Dillon is a teenager under the spell of his jaded older brother (Mickey Rourke) and beaten-down father (Dennis Hopper) in Francis Ford Coppola’s version of a teen movie, “an exercise in hallucinatory style” (Richard Corliss).
Capacity is currently limited to fifty percent.
Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.
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7 PM
  • Film
  • In-Person
Wednesday, March 2, 2022
7 PM
Harun Farocki,
Austria, Germany,
2009,
(110 mins)
Farocki’s In Comparison considers the brick, that foundational unit of construction, as object, metaphor, and product of labor. With Domietta Torlasco’s Garfield Park, USA and Deniz Tortum and Kathryn Hamilton’s Our Ark, two short essay films.
Theater capacity is limited for this screening.
Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.
  • Domietta Torlasco
    In Person
    Domietta Torlasco, who received her PhD from the Department of Rhetoric and Film Studies at UC Berkeley, presents her recent short visual essay Garfield Park, USA.
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4–7 PM
Thursday, March 3, 2022
4–7 PM
A showcase of different interpretations of spring, with works by Pan Gongkai, Ronald Iliardo, Hans Werner Kalkmann, and many others chosen by the BAMPFA Student Committee.
Free on first Thursday of the month
Series Five Tables
Thursday, March 3, 2022
12 PM
Join BAMPFA director Julie Rodrigues Widholm, who organized Lines of Thought, for an engaging tour of the exhibition, including insights into her curatorial thinking.
Included with admission
7 PM
  • Film
  • In-Person
Thursday, March 3, 2022
7 PM
Luna Marán,
Mexico,
2019,
(82 mins)
In her first feature film, Marán encourages her father—a singer-songwriter, Indigenous philosopher, and community leader—to write a song about his complex life.
Theater capacity is limited for this screening.
Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.
In-Theater Livestream Conversation
  • Luna Marán
  • Natalia Brizuela
    Natalia Brizuela is the Class of 1930 Chair of the Center for Latin American Studies and a professor in the Departments of Film & Media and Spanish & Portuguese at UC Berkeley.
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12:30 PM
Friday, March 4, 2022
12:30 PM
BAMPFA Director of Film and Senior Film Curator Susan Oxtoby shares a selection of works recently acquired for the collection and offers insights into how filmmakers who work in the field of animation approach storytelling, thematic concerns, and the concept of time.
Capacity is currently limited to fifty percent.
Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.
2 PM–7 PM
  • Activity
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Friday, March 4, 2022
2 PM–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

Series Workshops
7 PM
Friday, March 4, 2022
7 PM
Federico Fellini,
Italy,
1952,
(100 mins)

Digital Restoration

Provincial newlyweds arriving in Rome get sidetracked by the wife’s obsession with a fumetto photo-comic star in Fellini’s solo directorial debut. “A funny, sardonic, and clever satire on popular heroes and ordinary people’s illusions” (Chicago Reader). 

Theater capacity is limited for this screening.

Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.

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11 AM–7 PM
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Saturday, March 5, 2022
11 AM–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

Series Workshops
2 PM
  • In-Person
  • Performance
Saturday, March 5, 2022
2 PM
San Francisco Poet Laureate Tongo Eisen-Martin brings together a dozen local poets to read their work in an afternoon-long celebration of the written and spoken word.

Included with admission

Series Performances
Saturday, March 5, 2022
7 PM
Carma Hinton, Richard Gordon,
United States,
1994,
(60 mins)
The creators of the classic documentary The Gate of Heavenly Peace turn their attention to the work and legacy of one of the greatest, most fascinating twentieth-century painters, Chang Dai-chien (Zhang Daqian). 
Theater capacity is limited for this screening.
Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.
In Conversation
  • Carma Hinton
  • Winnie Wong
    Winne Wong is an associate professor of rhetoric and art history at UC Berkeley.
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11 AM–7 PM
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Sunday, March 6, 2022
11 AM–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

Series Workshops
1 PM
  • Art
  • Families
  • In-Person
  • Workshop
Sunday, March 6, 2022
1 PM

All ages, Drop-in

Artist Travis Meinolf hosts a weaving gathering with twenty simple looms prepared for use; together we will weave something big, or many smaller things, or perhaps some combination of bigger and smaller things.

Included with admission

Series Workshops
Sunday, March 6, 2022
2 PM
Tacita Dean,
Germany, United States,
2021,
(51 mins)
Painters Luchita Hurtado and Julie Mehretu bond over family, climate change, their experience as immigrants, and a lifelong practice of painting in this intimate, inspiring work by artist Dean (MATRIX 189).
Theater capacity is limited for this screening.
Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.
In Conversation
  • Christina Yang
    Christina Yang is the chief curator at BAMPFA.
  • Lauren Kroiz
    Lauren Kroiz is faculty director of the Phoebe A.
  • Rizvana Bradley
    Rizvana Bradley is assistant professor of film and media at UC Berkeley.
4:30 PM
  • Film
Sunday, March 6, 2022
4:30 PM
Federico Fellini,
Italy,
1954,
(115 mins)

Digital Restoration

Fellini’s muse, Giulietta Masina, modeled her timeless character Gelsomina after Charlie Chaplin’s Little Tramp. She stars with a brutish Anthony Quinn in this classic that Martin Scorsese called “the cornerstone of Fellini’s work.”
Theater capacity is limited for this screening.
Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.
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7 PM
  • Film
  • In-Person
Wednesday, March 9, 2022
7 PM
Wang Xiaoshuai,
China,
2018,
(80 mins)
Roughly sixty carefully composed shots of citizens and their environments, recorded over ten years across China, comprise this formal masterpiece, a photo album of an entire nation’s decade. From the director of Beijing Bicycle.
Theater capacity is limited for this screening.
Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.
  • Andrew F. Jones
    Introduction
    Andrew F. Jones teaches modern Chinese literature and media culture at UC Berkeley.
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Thursday, March 10, 2022
7 PM
Jia Zhangke,
China,
2020,
(112 mins)
Three of China’s greatest living authors share their stories and memories in Jia’s tribute to storytelling and the connection between intellectual thought and working-class labor. “A spiritual depiction of China. Illuminating” (South China Morning Post).
Theater capacity is limited for this screening.
Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.
In Conversation
  • Carma Hinton
    Award-winning documentary filmmaker Carma Hinton grew up in Beijing and has codirected thirteen documentary films on China. 
  • Andrew F. Jones
    Andrew F. Jones teaches modern Chinese literature and media culture at UC Berkeley.
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Friday, March 11, 2022
12:30 PM
Erika Chong Shuch and SanSan Kwan talk about new, pandemic-inspired forms of making that center care, listening and hospitality such as the ritual series The Welcoming, a product of the Artists & Elders project of Schuch's performance group For You.
Theater capacity is limited for this program.
Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.
2 PM–7 PM
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  • Families
Friday, March 11, 2022
2 PM–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

Series Workshops
7 PM
  • Film
  • In-Person
Friday, March 11, 2022
7 PM
Wayne Wang,
United States,
1982,
(80 mins)

Chan Is Missing also screens without in-person guests on Wednesday, March 30.

Touted as the first all Chinese American feature film, Wang’s irreverent, refreshingly authentic movie follows two cab drivers searching San Francisco’s Chinatown for an elusive flimflam man. “A small, whimsical treasure of a film” (Roger Ebert).
Theater capacity is limited for this screening.
Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.
In Conversation
  • Wayne Wang
  • Oliver S. Wang
    Oliver S. Wang is a professor of sociology at CSU Long Beach and writes regularly on popular music and culture. He interviewed Wayne Wang for the latest issue of Film Quarterly.
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11:30 AM
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  • Art
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  • Free
  • In-Person
Saturday, March 12, 2022
11:30 AM

For ages 6–12 with accompanying adult(s)

Inspired by Wesley Tongson’s paintings, use watercolor, ink, brushes, and pens to create your own expressive landscape.
Free for kids 18 & under and for one adult per child 13 & under
  • Jennie Smith
    With artist
    Smith earned her MFA from UC Berkeley. When she is not drawing in her own studio, she can be found at the de Young Museum, making art with kids from all over the Bay Area.
Series Family Events
1 PM–7 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
  • Families
Saturday, March 12, 2022
1 PM–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

Series Workshops
Saturday, March 12, 2022
2 PM

Recommended for ages 8 and up with accompanying adult(s)

Meet Maya, an aspiring fifth-grade scientist who brings an abandoned robot to life just when she most needs a friend—and a science-fair project!
Free for kids 18 & under and for one adult per child 13 & under
  • Rachel Budge
    Reading led by
    Reading led by Rachel Budge, librarian, Emerson Elementary School, Berkeley
Series Family Events
Saturday, March 12, 2022
2 PM

This event has been canceled due to unforeseen circumstances. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. We anticipate rescheduling this program in the coming weeks.

Art historian Catherine Maudsley, the leading authority on the art of Wesley Tongson, discusses the cave and the mountain as powerful paradigms for understanding Tongson’s art.
Theater capacity is limited for this event. Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.
Canceled
7 PM
Saturday, March 12, 2022
7 PM
Federico Fellini,
Italy,
1960,
(178 mins)

Digital Restoration

Marcello Mastroianni stars as a jaded reporter drawn to the decadence of Rome in Fellini’s masterpiece, filled with jaw-dropping set pieces of both excess and warmth. “Fellini’s bizarre, extravagant visuals are absolutely riveting” (Time Out).

Theater capacity is limited for this screening.

Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.

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11 AM–7 PM
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Sunday, March 13, 2022
11 AM–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

Series Workshops
12 PM
Sunday, March 13, 2022
12 PM
Berkeley’s Shawl-Anderson Dance Center presents four teen performance groups.
Included with admission
Series Performances
4 PM
  • Film
  • In-Person
Sunday, March 13, 2022
4 PM
Wayne Wang,
United States,
1993,
(139 mins)

The Joy Luck Club also screens without in-person guests on Saturday, April 16.

Four Chinese American women and their immigrant mothers learn one another’s stories in this intimate adaptation of the famed Amy Tan novel. A landmark in Asian American cinema, “both sweeping and intimate” (New York Times).
Theater capacity is limited for this screening.
Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.
In Conversation
  • Wayne Wang
  • Amy Tan
    Amy Tan is the author of seven bestselling novels and two memoirs.
  • Catherine Ceniza Choy
    Catherine Ceniza Choy is professor of ethnic studies and associate dean of diversity, equity, inclusion, belonging, and justice in UC Berkeley’s Division of Computing, Data Science, and Society.
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Wednesday, March 16, 2022
7 PM
Maria Speth,
Germany,
2021,
(217 mins)
A German schoolteacher welcomes a class of students from twelve different nations in this “affectionate and inspiring portrait of an affectionate and inspiring man” (Variety). 
Theater capacity is limited for this screening.
Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.
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Thursday, March 17, 2022
11 AM–7 PM

BAMPFA Member exclusive

BAMPFA members enjoy exclusive preview access to The Artist’s Eye: Tammy Rae Carland, David Huffman, Lava Thomas, John Zurier Thursday and Friday, March 17 and 18.
BAMPFA member exclusive. Advance tickets available, but not required.
Series Member Events
7 PM
Thursday, March 17, 2022
7 PM
Wang Xiaoshuai,
China,
2019,
(185 mins)
Wang’s unforgettable family portrait tackles the tragic implications of China’s one-child policy in epic form. “So measured is the pacing, so sinuous the timeline, so understated the subtle ache of the performances . . . [the film performs] the emotional equivalent of open-heart surgery” (Guardian).
Theater capacity is limited for this screening.
Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.
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Friday, March 18, 2022
11 AM–7 PM

BAMPFA Member exclusive

BAMPFA members enjoy exclusive preview access to The Artist’s Eye: Tammy Rae Carland, David Huffman, Lava Thomas, John Zurier Thursday and Friday, March 17 and 18.
BAMPFA member exclusive. Advance tickets available, but not required.
Series Member Events
12:30 PM
Friday, March 18, 2022
12:30 PM
Join our panel of media innovation experts and practitioners to discuss the challenges and opportunities awaiting our curious explorations in this emerging space of critical data futures.
Theater capacity is limited for this program.
Free and open to the public. Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.
2 PM–7 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
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Friday, March 18, 2022
2 PM–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

Series Workshops
Friday, March 18, 2022
7 PM

Programmed by Sean Carson

 

Berkeley Ballet Theater and Post:Ballet perform, with guest musician Vanessa Van-Anh Vo.
Seating for Full performances is limited
Included with admission
Series Full
7 PM
  • Film
Friday, March 18, 2022
7 PM
Federico Fellini,
Italy,
1955,
(104 mins)

Digital Restoration

Three con men pose as priests to trick peasants out of cash in Fellini’s sadly ironic study of misguided faith, whether in religion or upward mobility. This is the closest Fellini would come to film noir.
Theater capacity is limited for this screening.
Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.
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11 AM–7 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
  • Families
Saturday, March 19, 2022
11 AM–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

Series Workshops
Saturday, March 19, 2022
11 AM–7 PM

Free admission to the public

Celebrate the opening of The Artist’s Eye: Tammy Rae Carland, David Huffman, Lava Thomas, John Zurier with free admission to the public.
Advance tickets available, but not required.
11:15 AM
  • Art
  • In-Person
  • Workshop
Saturday, March 19, 2022
11:15 AM

All ages, Drop-in

Join Art Lab facilitator and local artist Micaela Martinez Saavedra for a series of three peaceful workshops exploring the expressive potential of watercolor.
Series Workshops
7 PM
  • Film
Saturday, March 19, 2022
7 PM
Federico Fellini,
Italy,
1963,
(138 mins)

Digital Restoration

A jaded director (Marcello Mastroianni) fantasizes on his next great film—or his next sexual conquest—in Fellini’s metafictional masterpiece, “probably the most potent movie about filmmaking” (Guardian). 

Theater capacity is limited for this screening.

Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.

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3–5 PM
Sunday, March 20, 2022
3–5 PM
Join UC Berkeley Professor Laura Pérez, writer and curator Marie Heilich, artist Celia Herrera Rodríguez, and artist Yreina Cervántez for a discussion that places Luchita Hurtado’s work in dialogue with the practices of the generation of Chicanx/Latinx artists that followed her own.
Included with admission
11 AM–7 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
  • Families
Sunday, March 20, 2022
11 AM–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

Series Workshops
Sunday, March 20, 2022
2 PM
Join us for guided tours of The Artist's Eyeled by BAMPFA curatorial staff and UC Berkeley graduate students.
Sunday, March 20, 2022
4 PM
Wayne Wang,
United States,
1985,
(99 mins)

Director’s Cut

An elderly Chinese American widow in San Francisco tries to get her adult daughter married off in Wang’s simultaneously gentle and rowdy tribute to Yasujirō Ozu, Chinatown, and Wang’s Asian American heroines. With Laureen Chew, Victor Wong, Joan Chen, Amy Hill.
Theater capacity is limited for this screening.
Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.
In Conversation
  • Wayne Wang
  • Laureen Chew
    Laureen Chew is professor emerita of Asian American studies at San Francisco State University.
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Wednesday, March 23, 2022
12:15 PM
Join us for guided tours of The Artist's Eyeled by BAMPFA curatorial staff and UC Berkeley graduate students.
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Streaming All Day
  • Film
  • Free
  • Members
Thursday, March 24, 2022
Streaming All Day
Chaitanya Tamhane,
India,
2014,
(116 mins)

Available for streaming March 24–27, 2022

An elderly folk singer and grassroots activist is put on trial for causing a worker’s suicide in this devastating, absurdist portrait of injustice, institutional incompetence, and venal politics in contemporary India.
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Streaming All Day
  • Film
  • Free
  • Members
Friday, March 25, 2022
Streaming All Day
Chaitanya Tamhane,
India,
2014,
(116 mins)

Available for streaming March 24–27, 2022

An elderly folk singer and grassroots activist is put on trial for causing a worker’s suicide in this devastating, absurdist portrait of injustice, institutional incompetence, and venal politics in contemporary India.
2 PM–7 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
  • Families
Friday, March 25, 2022
2 PM–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

Series Workshops
7 PM
Friday, March 25, 2022
7 PM
Federico Fellini,
Italy,
1956,
(110 mins)

Digital Restoration

The great Giulietta Masina portrays the spunky prostitute Cabiria in this humorous and ultimately transformative story of the survival of the human spirit. “The masterpiece of Masina’s collaboration with Fellini” (Albert Johnson).

Theater capacity is limited for the March 25 screening.

Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.

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Streaming All Day
  • Film
  • Free
  • Members
Saturday, March 26, 2022
Streaming All Day
Chaitanya Tamhane,
India,
2014,
(116 mins)

Available for streaming March 24–27, 2022

An elderly folk singer and grassroots activist is put on trial for causing a worker’s suicide in this devastating, absurdist portrait of injustice, institutional incompetence, and venal politics in contemporary India.
11 AM–7 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
  • Families
Saturday, March 26, 2022
11 AM–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

Series Workshops
Saturday, March 26, 2022
7 PM
Wayne Wang,
United States,
1989,
(85 mins)
The spirit of independence that runs through Wang’s films finds its most audacious expression in this tale of an urban cowboy tasked with delivering a briefcase to a mob boss, which was shot on location in Hong Kong.
Theater capacity is limited for this screening.
Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.
In Conversation
  • Wayne Wang
  • Spencer Nakasako
  • Antonella Bonfanti
    Antonella Bonfanti is the BAMPFA Film Collection supervisor.
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Streaming All Day
  • Film
  • Free
  • Members
Sunday, March 27, 2022
Streaming All Day
Chaitanya Tamhane,
India,
2014,
(116 mins)

Available for streaming March 24–27, 2022

An elderly folk singer and grassroots activist is put on trial for causing a worker’s suicide in this devastating, absurdist portrait of injustice, institutional incompetence, and venal politics in contemporary India.
11 AM–7 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
  • Families
Sunday, March 27, 2022
11 AM–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

Series Workshops
1 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
  • In-Person
  • Workshop
Sunday, March 27, 2022
1 PM

All ages, Drop-in

Learn the basics of risograph printing with BAMPFA Art Lab facilitator and local artist Alayna Tinney. 
Included with admission
Series Workshops
Sunday, March 27, 2022
3 PM
Join the co-organizers of The Artist’s Eye from BAMPFA's curatorial staff for an engaging tour of the exhibition.
Included with admission.
Sunday, March 27, 2022
3 PM
Join us for guided tours of The Artist's Eyeled by BAMPFA curatorial staff and UC Berkeley graduate students.
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7 PM
Wednesday, March 30, 2022
7 PM
Wayne Wang,
United States,
1982,
(80 mins)

Chan Is Missing also screened on Friday, March 11 with Wayne Wang and Oliver S. Wang in conversation.

Touted as the first all Chinese American feature film, Wang’s irreverent, refreshingly authentic movie follows two cab drivers searching San Francisco’s Chinatown for an elusive flimflam man. “A small, whimsical treasure of a film” (Roger Ebert).

Theater capacity is limited for this screening.

Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.

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7 PM
Thursday, March 31, 2022
7 PM
Souleymane Cissé,
Mali,
1975,
(88 mins)

New Digital Restoration

Cissé’s recently restored first feature-length film, “the eternal story of a young girl who is raped, becomes pregnant, and is then abandoned[,] is agonizingly sad. . . . [The Young Girl] also represents the emergence of an absolutely singular cinematic composition” (Frédéric Bonnaud, La Biennale di Venezia).

Theater capacity is limited for this screening.

Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.

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12:30 PM
  • Free
  • In-Person
Friday, April 1, 2022
12:30 PM

This program has been postponed to the fall semester. We apologize for any inconvenience.

BAMPFA Chief Curator Christina Yang and UC Berkeley Professor Lisa Wymore speak about new practices of care and museology as seen through a career arc of interdisciplinary practice and intersectional knowledge making.
POSTPONED
Free and open to the public. Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.
Friday, April 1, 2022
12:30 PM
Drawing on their years of exploration at the intersection of choreography and technology, Bay Area dance companies Smith/Wymore Disappearing Acts (SWDA) and Kinetech Arts collaborated with dancers at UC Berkeley to create two original films.
Theater capacity is limited for this program.
Free and open to the public. Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.
2 PM–7 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
  • Families
Friday, April 1, 2022
2 PM–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

Series Workshops
7 PM
Friday, April 1, 2022
7 PM
Federico Fellini,
Italy,
1960,
(178 mins)

Digital Restoration

Marcello Mastroianni stars as a jaded reporter drawn to the decadence of Rome in Fellini’s masterpiece, filled with jaw-dropping set pieces of both excess and warmth. “Fellini’s bizarre, extravagant visuals are absolutely riveting” (Time Out).

Theater capacity is limited for this screening.

Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.

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11 AM–7 PM
  • Activity
  • Art
  • Families
Saturday, April 2, 2022
11 AM–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

Series Workshops
11:15 AM
  • Art
  • In-Person
  • Workshop
Saturday, April 2, 2022
11:15 AM

All ages, Drop-in

Join Art Lab facilitator and local artist Micaela Martinez Saavedra for a series of three peaceful workshops exploring the expressive potential of watercolor.
Series Workshops
7 PM
  • Film
  • In-Person
Saturday, April 2, 2022
7 PM
Wayne Wang,
United States,
1997,
(87 mins)

Director’s Cut

Jeremy Irons, Gong Li, and Maggie Cheung star in another of Wang’s love letters to Hong Kong, this one made all the more memorable and melancholy by its setting and timeline: 1997, at the end of British rule.

Theater capacity is limited for this screening.

Face masks covering nose and mouth (without valves) are required at all times. We strongly recommend that all visitors choose N95, KN95, or surgical masks.

In Conversation
  • Wayne Wang
  • Oliver S. Wang
    Oliver S. Wang is a professor of sociology at CSU Long Beach and writes regularly on popular music and culture. He interviewed Wayne Wang for the latest issue of Film Quarterly.
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