We celebrate the centennial of one of France's greatest directors, Jean-Pierre Melville, with two weekends including both beautiful DCP restorations and rare 35mm prints imported from France. Part of a nationally touring program, this series features his signature crime thrillers (LE SAMOURAÏ, BOB LE FLAMBEUR) as well as tense wartime dramas (ARMY OF SHADOWS).
The fourth annual EU Film Festival spotlights festival award winners from Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Poland, and Spain with a week of shorts and features.
We celebrate Orson Welles' birthday with a weekend salute including such studio-made masterpieces as CITIZEN KANE and TOUCH OF EVIL along with rarely screened work that the great director shot independently.
We salute the late cinematographer Michael Ballhaus with two weekends highlighting his work in Germany for director Rainer Werner Fassbinder (WORLD ON A WIRE, THE BITTER TEARS OF PETRA VON KANT) and in America for director Martin Scorsese (THE DEPARTED, AFTER HOURS, GOODFELLAS)
With the International Federation of Film Archives (FIAF) Congress taking place in Los Angeles this month, we welcome preservationists Stefan Dröessler and György Ráduly, who present their new restorations of ALGOL, TWO GIRLS ON THE STREET and Hal Roach comedy shorts.
In honor of the new FX anthology series “Feud” about the real-life rivalry between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford, we present a weekend paring the two Hollywood legends with such classic films as ALL ABOUT EVE, JOHNNY GUITAR and the 1962 thriller in which they costarred, WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE?.