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12pm
Black Sun
Black Sun

Dir. Gary Tarn
(2005)    70 minutes

Tragically blinded in a random New York City mugging, artist Hugues de Montalembert defied expectations and continued to work and travel the world alone.

Dark Star
Dark Star

Dir. John Carpenter
(1974)    83 minutes

In the mid twenty-first century, mankind has reached a point in its technological advances to enable colonization of the far reaches of the universe.

The Rape of Europa
The Rape of Europa

Dir. Richard Berge, Bonni Cohen, Nicole Newnham
(2006)    116 minutes

An epic journey through seven countries, into the violent whirlwind of fanaticism, greed, and warfare that threatened to wipe out the artistic heritage of Europe.

Persian Pickles
Persian Pickles

Dir. Jodie Mack
(2012)    3 minutes

Fractal phonics accompany a delicate study of paisley fabrics.

The White Mountain Abduction
The White Mountain Abduction

Dir. Adam Gray, Andrew Gray
(2009)    21 minutes

What happened to Barney and Betty Hill on the night of September 19th, 1961? Their niece investigates the world’s most famous case of alleged alien abduction.

Shakespeare High
Shakespeare High

Dir. Alex Rotaru
(2011)    82 minutes

Executive produced by Kevin Spacey, SHAKESPEARE HIGH is an inspiring documentary that follows a diverse group of California high school students as they prepare for and compete in an annual Shakespeare Festival.

The Passion of Joan of Arc
The Passion of Joan of Arc

Dir. Carl Dreyer, Marie Losier
(2002)    8 minutes

A post-mortem/ post- modern collaboration between the Great Dane Carl Dreyer and Marie Losier, who inserts herself into the 1928 film as God’s greatest lover and France’s most cherished martyr, Joan of Arc.

The Eleanor Roosevelt Story
The Eleanor Roosevelt Story

Dir. Richard Kaplan
(1965)    89 minutes

Richard Kaplan’s lively documentary reveals the human face behind the American icon, beginning with the emotional deprivation suffered by this plain, awkward little girl born into a socially prominent and powerful family.

The Jazzman
The Jazzman

Dir. Josh Koffman
(2009)    90 minutes

THE JAZZMAN examines the hardship that John Kadly faces while living in the shadow of his local jazz legend father.

Don Juan
Don Juan

Don Šajn
Dir. Jan Švankmajer
(1969)    31 minutes

A story of appetite and destruction, DON JUAN has been a staple of puppet theatre for centuries. Jan Svankmajer brings this tradition to vivid and at times uncanny life in this dynamic film adaptation.

2pm
Darkness Light Darkness
Darkness Light Darkness

Tma, svetlo, tma
Dir. Jan Švankmajer
(1989)    7 minutes

A corporeal and Kafkaesque claymation from Czech surrealist Jan Svankmajer. Two hands find each other in a room and begin molding themselves into a human figure.

The Secret of the Black Widow
The Secret of the Black Widow

Das Geheimnis der Schwarzen Witwe
Dir. Franz Josef Gottlieb
(1963)    99 minutes

In London, two men have been killed with a a dart attached to a fake black widow spider. Reporter Wellby from the London Sensation newspaper decides to investigate.

The Last of England
The Last of England

Dir. Derek Jarman
(1987)    91 minutes

An apocalyptic roar of a movie, Derek Jarman's dizzying THE LAST OF ENGLAND is a lament for the country he once knew and what he feared it would become.

Salut les Cubains
Salut les Cubains

Salute to Cuba | Cinévardaphoto
Dir. Agnès Varda
(1963)    29 minutes

The final film in the CINEVARDAPHOTO triptych is the oldest, SALUT LES CUBAINS. In 1963, Varda thoughtfully gave order to 1,800 photos that she had recently taken on a trip to Cuba.

Wolves in the Snow
Wolves in the Snow

Des chiens dans la neige
Dir. Michel Welterlin
(2002)    90 minutes

After a violent marital argument ensues between Lucie and Antoine that results in Antoine's death, Lucie discovers his secret life of gangsters, money laundering and violence.

Mud and Sand
Mud and Sand

Dir. Gilbert Pratt
(1922)    29 minutes

With seduction, elaborate costuming, dancing and a climactic bullfight, MUD AND SAND mines the trappings of movie spectaculars for farce.

Nicholas Nickleby
Nicholas Nickleby

Dir. George Nichols
(1912)    31 minutes

With THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP and DAVID COPPERFIELD, both released in 1911, and NICHOLAS NICKLEBY in 1912, Thanhouser established itself as producer of the best Dickens adaptations in American film.

The Beaches of Agnès
The Beaches of Agnès

Les plages d'Agnès
Dir. Agnès Varda
(2008)    112 minutes

A richly cinematic self portrait that touches on everything from the feminist movement and the Black Panthers to the films of husband Jacques Demy.

King of the Rocket Men
King of the Rocket Men

Dir. Fred Brannon
(1949)    167 minutes

One by one a group of atomic researchers are being decimated by remote control. The survivors suspect that the villain, calling himself "Dr. Vulcan," is one of their own members who is bent on a monopoly of their technological wonders.

4pm
The Black Balloon
The Black Balloon

Dir. Benny Safdie, Josh Safdie
(2012)    21 minutes

While trying to move forty kids six blocks in New York City alone, a stressed man accidentally loses a bouquet of a hundred balloons.

Land of Silence and Darkness
Land of Silence and Darkness

Land des Schweigens und der Dunkelheit
Dir. Werner Herzog
(1971)    84 minutes

Werner Herzog shows us a gamut of experiences, from the isolation of the most extreme cases to those like Fini Straubinger determined to commune with the world around them.

Café de Flore
Café de Flore

Dir. Jean-Marc Vallée
(2011)    120 minutes

CAFÉ DE FLORE is a love story about people separated by time and place, but connected in profound and mysterious ways.

Paris pendant la guerre
Paris pendant la guerre

Paris During the War
Dir. Henri Diamant-Berger
(1915)    31 minutes

A comical look at Parisian life during wartime featuring a newly-recorded Fotoplayer score by Robert Israel.

The Nature of the Beast
The Nature of the Beast

Dir. Ondi Timoner
(1993)    61 minutes

THE NATURE OF THE BEAST explores the life and case of a woman, Bonnie Jean Foreshaw, who was subjected to years of abuse as a child and in three separate marriages.

Riding the California Trail
Riding the California Trail

Dir. William Nigh
(1947)    59 minutes

By impersonation, quick thinking and an exciting duel, a lovely senorita is rescued.

Greedy Humpty Dumpty
Greedy Humpty Dumpty

Dir. Dave Fleischer
(1936)    7 minutes

This COLOR CLASSICS cartoon elaborates upon the Humpty Dumpty nursery rhyme with touches from the myth of Icarus and Mother Goose.

James Baldwin: The Price of the Ticket
James Baldwin: The Price of the Ticket

Dir. Karen Thorsen
(1990)    86 minutes

James Baldwin was a major twentieth century American author, a Civil Rights activist and a prophetic voice calling Americans, Black and white, to confront their shared racial tragedy.

A Man About Town
A Man About Town

Dir. George Jeske
(1923)    12 minutes

Stan Laurel’s clueless man about town follows an attractive woman making his same streetcar transfer. The pursuit is duplicated when he attracts the attention of a store detective.

Meet Him and Die
Meet Him and Die

Pronto ad uccidere
Dir. Franco Prosperi
(1976)    93 minutes

A robbery goes terribly wrong for a hapless criminal Massimo when he tries to break into a jewelry store only to have the steel shutters immediately slam down and lock him inside until the police arrive.

6pm
Inky and Blinky
Inky and Blinky

(1978)    5 minutes

Produced by leading auto insurer AAA, this exercise in simple animation is aimed toward very young children.

Cut to Black
Cut to Black

Dir. Dan Eberle
(2013)    89 minutes

CUT TO BLACK is a gorgeous cinematic tribute to classic noir, set against stark, gritty urban modernity. Nobody gets away clean in this gripping story of love, loyalty, and sacrifice.

Black Diamond Express
Black Diamond Express

Dir. William Heise, James White
(1896)    1 minute

The Edison Company teamed with the Lehigh Valley Railroad to film the Black Diamond Express, then making widely reported speed records at frequent intervals.

Marriage Italian Style
Marriage Italian Style

Matrimonio all'italiana
Dir. Vittorio De Sica
(1964)    102 minutes

Marcello Mastroianni co-stars as the irrepressibly carnal businessman Domenico, who discovers Loren's Filumena as a young prostitute and keeps her as his mistress and confidante.

Natural Selection
Natural Selection

Dir. Robbie Pickering
(2011)    90 minutes

Winner of the Grand Jury and Audience Awards at SXSW and nominated for two Independent Spirit Awards, including Best Actress for Rachael Harris, NATURAL SELECTION is a wonderfully irreverent comedy about a devoted Texas housewife.

The Lemon Grove Kids
The Lemon Grove Kids

The Lemon Grove Kids Meet the Monsters
Dir. Ray Dennis Steckler
(1965)    30 minutes

To settle their differences, Slug, Gopher, and The Lemon Grove Kids agree to participate in a cross-country race with their neighborhood rivals, Killer Krump and The East Lemon Grove Kids.

Roy Eldridge
Roy Eldridge

Dir. Bruce Baillie
(1986)    3 minutes

This brevity of video feedback and suggestive text takes its name from one of the jazz performers on the soundtrack.

Brian Eno: The Man Who Fell to Earth
Brian Eno: The Man Who Fell to Earth

Dir. Ed Haynes
(2011)    156 minutes

Musician, composer, producer, music theorist, singer and visual artist, Brian Eno is probably best known for his early work with Roxy Music and as one of the principal innovators of ambient music.

The Man and the Snake
The Man and the Snake

Dir. Sture Rydman
(1972)    26 minutes

Invited to dine at the home of a boy he's schooling, tutor Harker Brayton is given a full introduction to his host Dr. Druring's unusual hobby as an amateur zoologist. He's absolutely smitten with the slithering species.

Let Each One Go Where He May
Let Each One Go Where He May

Dir. Ben Russell
(2009)    134 minutes

LET EACH ONE GO WHERE HE MAY is the stunning feature debut of celebrated Chicago-based filmmaker Ben Russell.

8pm
A Step into the Darkness
A Step into the Darkness

Büyük oyun
Dir. Atil Inac
(2009)    112 minutes

A young northern Iraqi girl is the sole survivor of a mistaken military raid on her village, only to be captured by militant Islamists, who plan to use her as an expendable instrument of terror with devastating consequences.

Black Metal
Black Metal

Dir. Kat Candler
(2013)    9 minutes

After a career spent mining his music from the shadows, the actions of one fan create a chain reaction for the lead singer of a black metal band.

To You, Moscow
To You, Moscow

Tebe, Moskva!
Dir. Grigori Lomidze
(1947)    18 minutes

Made to commemorate Moscow’s 800th anniversary, this lavishly colored animated short presents an historical panorama from early strivings to socialist revolution.

Glastonbury Fayre
Glastonbury Fayre

Dir. Peter Neal, Nicolas Roeg
(1972)    87 minutes

In the summer of 1971 the Glastonbury legend was born when the organizers decided to try and create a festival that would be a forerunner for an "alternative and utopian society."

La Marseillaise
La Marseillaise

Dir. Georges Mendel
(1907)    3 minutes

In this synchronized-sound film from 1908, M. Note of the Paris Opera sings "La Marseillaise."

A Very Natural Thing
A Very Natural Thing

Dir. Christopher Larkin
(1974)    86 minutes

An important film in the history of American gay filmmaking, A VERY NATURAL THING is considered the first feature film on the gay experience made by an out-of-the-closet gay man to receive commercial distribution.

Solstice
Solstice

Oobieland III
Dir. Walter Ungerer
(1971)    35 minutes

Somewhere a boundary is crossed; the viewer is caught up in a cycle of meetings with strange inhabitants of that short space of time we call winter solstice.

Dr. Paglia
Dr. Paglia

Dir. Monika Treut
(1992)    23 minutes

DR PAGLIA is a confrontation with Camille Paglia, the infamous author.

As Boys Grow
As Boys Grow

(1957)    16 minutes

"Puberty's a lotta things!" chirps track coach Gene Douglas in this sex education short whose juvenile actors were cast from the Boys Clubs of San Francisco.

The Draughtsman's Contract
The Draughtsman's Contract

Dir. Peter Greenaway
(1982)    107 minutes

Set in a richly exaggerated 17th-century England, Peter Greenaway’s sumptuous and sensuously charged brainteaser catapulted him to the forefront of international art cinema.

10pm
Dark Night of the Scarecrow
Dark Night of the Scarecrow

Dir. Frank De Felitta
(1981)    96 minutes

When young Marylee Williams is found viciously mauled, all hell breaks loose in her small rural town.

Nightingale
Nightingale

Dir. Michael Sporn
(1992)    25 minutes

Captivated by its sweet song, an emperor takes a nightingale into his palace as his companion.

The Italian Connection
The Italian Connection

La mala ordina
Dir. Fernando Di Leo
(1972)    96 minutes

The second film in Fernando Di Leo's Milieu Trilogy focuses on Luca Carnali, a small-time mobster and pimp who has been set up by his gangland boss.

Un chant d'amour
Un chant d'amour

Song of Love
Dir. Jean Genet
(1950)    25 minutes

Set in a prison with three main characters, a guard and two prisoners, UN CHANT D'AMOUR is a voyeuristic, confrontational, poetic masterpiece.

Evening Land
Evening Land

Aftenlandet
Dir. Peter Watkins
(1977)    110 minutes

EVENING LAND depicts "fictional" events in Europe at that time, beginning with a strike at a shipyard in Copenhagen over the building of four submarines for the French Navy.

A Ballad About Green Wood
A Ballad About Green Wood

Balada o zeleném drevu
Dir. Jiri Barta
(1983)    10 minutes

Split logs dance in sunlight as soon as the axe has cleared away. Czech folk music and time-lapse photography focus animistic energy upon clouds streaming across the sky, rivers raging with melted snow and the earth bursting with raw life.

Directed by Andrei Tarkovsky
Directed by Andrei Tarkovsky

Regi Andrej Tarkovskij
Dir. Michal Leszczylowski
(1988)    97 minutes

DIRECTED BY ANDREI TARKOVSKY is an homage, a fluid and captivating documentary that presents the brooding as well, the more playful side of a genius.

Georges Méliès: Cinema Magician
Georges Méliès: Cinema Magician

Dir. Luciano Martinengo, Patrick Montgomery
(1978)    22 minutes

CINEMA MAGICIAN offers a look at the turn-of-the-century political cartoonist-turned-stage magician who unwittingly became cinema's first auteur (the film details Méliès' many on-set roles) and special effects wizard.

Quixote
Quixote

Dir. Bruce Baillie
(1965)    43 minutes

In QUIXOTE, four distinct movements collect a litany of highway signs, Mexican farmhands, desert tarantulas, high school basketball players, old time religion, circus acrobats, antiwar demonstrators, tycoons, supermarkets, comic books and jazz.

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