The 1944 thriller GASLIGHT inspired the term “gaslighting” to describe cruel, deceptive mind games played by one spouse upon the other. Director Anna Biller, a longtime connoisseur of cinematic tales of torment, curated a weekend of these films, including her new THE LOVE WITCH and such classics as ROSEMARY’S BABY and Alfred Hitchcock's DIAL M FOR MURDER.
Join us for some of the greatest films to ever celebrate love in its many forms. Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman may always have Paris, but we’ll always have CASABLANCA; the classic wartime romance celebrates its 75th anniversary this year. BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S brings Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard together to one of Henry Mancini’s greatest scores. MY NEIGHBOR TOTORO is less amorous but just as sentimental; this animated tale of children befriended by a magical creature is sure to warm your heart.
Most famous for his work with director Nicolas Roeg, British cinematographer Tony Richmond has been capturing distinctive imagery on film for nearly half a century. Join us for a weekend of highlights from his career including WALKABOUT and a new 4K restoration of THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH.
To celebrate the restoration of Charlie Chaplin's Essanay output, we screen several of his 1915 shorts for the studio, along with two double features of such favorites as THE GOLD RUSH and CITY LIGHTS.
We salute maverick German director Werner Herzog with three evenings of his films, including period epic FITZCARRALDO and recent documentaries INTO THE INFERNO and CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS, with the filmmaker in person on opening and closing nights.
Nazis have served as all-purpose bad guys in virtually every genre of film; join us for such favorites as TO BE OR NOT TO BE, THE GREAT ESCAPE, CABARET and RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK as our heroes confront the Third Reich.