Sean Connery and John Huston head to the desert in a pair of 1975 adventures, THE MAN WHO WOULD BE KING (costarring Michael Caine and Christopher Plummer) and THE WIND AND THE LION (with Candice Bergen).
This documentary follows the annual convergence of pep squads from all over the country for two days of competition in the Universal Cheerleaders Association’s National High School Cheerleading Championship. Program begins with the short “I Hate Dancing.”
Join us for a special evening devoted to ABC TV series "American Crime," including a behind-the-scenes short, clips from episodes and a panel discussion with creator John Ridley and cast members Felicity Huffman, Timothy Hutton, Penelope Ann Miller, Benito Martinez, Elvis Nolasco and Richard Cabral.
A new restoration of Orson Welles’ dazzling noir thriller THE LADY FROM SHANGHAI, about a seaman, a crippled lawyer and his homicidal wife pursuing one another, is paired with THE STRANGER, Welles’ suspenseful study of an escaped Nazi war criminal (played by Welles himself) who's pursued by the feds.
Our Orson Welles retrospective continues with his directorial debut CITIZEN KANE - to this day, one of the most phenomenal motion pictures ever made - and his second film THE MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS, a poetic, tragic adaptation of Booth Tarkington's novel, centering on the fall of one wealthy family.