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October 22

Howl's Moving Castle

Howl's Moving Castle

12:30pm
DIRECTOR: HIYAO MIYAZAKI
2004 / 119min / DCP
Sophie is just an everyday teenager working in a millinery, until her humdrum life is turned upside down when she encounters with the dashing sorcerer Howl, and the dangerous Witch of the Waste.
Mister America

Mister America

2:00pm
DIRECTOR: ERIC NOTARNICOLA
2019 / 86min / DCP
A Direct Cinema-style political documentary suggesting Robert Drew's 1960 Primary, Mister America follows outsider candidate Tim Heidecker on his quest to take the seat of the San Bernardino District Attorney who put him on trial for selling deadly e-cigarettes at an EDM festival, resulting in mass death.
The Cave

The Cave

12:00pm3:00pm7:00pm
DIRECTOR: FERAS FAYYAD
2019 / 110min / DCP
In war-torn Syria, in a hidden underground field hospitatl, a female-led team of medical professionals and civilian caregivers works tirelessly to provide much-needed medical assistance to an embattled population.
The Tamarind Seed

The Tamarind Seed

7:00pm
DIRECTOR: BLAKE EDWARDS
1974 / 125min / DCP
British Home Office assistant Judith Farrow (Andrews) is on vacation in the Caribbean when she bumps into Feodor Sverdlov (Omar Sharif, suave and worldly) and they begin to fall in love—but all is not as it seems, for Sverdlov is a Russian agent.
Days of Wine and Roses

Days of Wine and Roses

4:30pm9:30pm
DIRECTOR: BLAKE EDWARDS
1962 / 117min / 35mm
A feature-length adaptation of J.P. Miller’s Playhouse 90 telefilm, Days of Wine and Roses stars Lemmon and Lee Remick as a young couple drawn into a spiral of mutually reinforcing self-destruction and shared alcoholism.

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The Cave

The Cave

12:00pm3:00pm7:00pm
DIRECTOR: FERAS FAYYAD
2019 / 110min / DCP
In war-torn Syria, in a hidden underground field hospitatl, a female-led team of medical professionals and civilian caregivers works tirelessly to provide much-needed medical assistance to an embattled population.
Howl's Moving Castle

Howl's Moving Castle

DIRECTOR: HIYAO MIYAZAKI
2004 / 119min / DCP
Sophie is just an everyday teenager working in a millinery, until her humdrum life is turned upside down when she encounters with the dashing sorcerer Howl, and the dangerous Witch of the Waste.
Mister America

Mister America

DIRECTOR: ERIC NOTARNICOLA
2019 / 86min / DCP
A Direct Cinema-style political documentary suggesting Robert Drew's 1960 Primary, Mister America follows outsider candidate Tim Heidecker on his quest to take the seat of the San Bernardino District Attorney who put him on trial for selling deadly e-cigarettes at an EDM festival, resulting in mass death.
Days of Wine and Roses

Days of Wine and Roses

DIRECTOR: BLAKE EDWARDS
1962 / 117min / 35mm
A feature-length adaptation of J.P. Miller’s Playhouse 90 telefilm, Days of Wine and Roses stars Lemmon and Lee Remick as a young couple drawn into a spiral of mutually reinforcing self-destruction and shared alcoholism.
The Tamarind Seed

The Tamarind Seed

DIRECTOR: BLAKE EDWARDS
1974 / 125min / DCP
British Home Office assistant Judith Farrow (Andrews) is on vacation in the Caribbean when she bumps into Feodor Sverdlov (Omar Sharif, suave and worldly) and they begin to fall in love—but all is not as it seems, for Sverdlov is a Russian agent.
What Did You Do in the War, Daddy?

What Did You Do in the War, Daddy?

DIRECTOR: BLAKE EDWARDS
1966 / 116min / 35mm
Martial heroics become the stuff of farce in Edwards’s World War II jape in which an outfit of U.S. soldiers led by Dick Shawn and James Coburn roll into the Sicilian village of Valerno and find the locals all too ready to be conquered, so long as they can continue preparations for their wine festival.
Experiment in Terror

Experiment in Terror

DIRECTOR: BLAKE EDWARDS
1962 / 123min / DCP
San Francisco has never seemed so sinister as it does in Edwards’s turn-of-the-screw neo-noir thriller starring Glenn Ford and Lee Remick.
Mulholland Dr.

Mulholland Dr.

DIRECTOR: DAVID LYNCH
2001 / 147min / DCP
Voted the best film of the 00s by Film Comment and numerous other mastheads, Mulholland Dr. began its life as an aborted TV pilot concerning blonde Betty Elms (Naomi Watts, transcendent) and an amnesiac brunette (Laura Harring), following the sleuthing duo into the enigmatic night club Silencio, and outlining a series of unforgettable incidents and transformations.
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me

Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me

DIRECTOR: DAVID LYNCH
1992 / 135min / DCP
Scorned on initial release, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me is widely pointed to as the dark, beating heart of David Lynch’s art.
Downtown 81

Downtown 81

DIRECTOR: EDO BERTOGLIO
1981 / 75min / 35mm
A transmission from a bygone New York City, Downtown '81 follows Jean-Michel Basquiat on a journy through the underground.
Psycho

Psycho

DIRECTOR: ALFRED HITCHCOCK
1960 / 109min / 35mm
Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 masterwork.
S.O.B.

S.O.B.

DIRECTOR: BLAKE EDWARDS
1981 / 122min / 35mm
S.O.B. features Richard Mulligan as Felix Farmer, a director driven to the brink of suicide by a flop; Andrews as his estranged wife; and William Holden, Robert Webber, and Robert Preston as a boozy Greek chorus in the doldrums of male menopause, watching the aftermath of Farmer’s attempt to retool his saccharine musical into a pornographic epic.
King Kong

King Kong

DIRECTOR: MERIAN C. COOPER AND ERNEST B. SCHOEDSACK
1933 / 100min / DCP
The spectacle to end all spectacles featuring special effects that are actually special, it took the visionary brilliance of stop-motion animation pioneer Willis O’Brien to bring the mighty Kong to life, and top-of-the-line military technology to peel him off the top of the Empire State Building. All aboard for Skull Island!
Mary Poppins

Mary Poppins

DIRECTOR: ROBERT STEVENSON
1964 / 139min / DCP
Julie Andrews’s airborne nanny brings a magical twinkle, a bit of feminist anarchy, and a breath of fresh air into the bourgeoise Banks home when she comes to care for children Jane and Michael, releasing them from the grip of 1910 London’s typical buttoned-up propriety.
Breakfast at Tiffany's

Breakfast at Tiffany's

DIRECTOR: BLAKE EDWARDS
1961 / 115min / 35mm
Audrey Hepburn charms in her signature role as Holly Golightly, the happily single heroine of Truman Capote’s novella, who exerts a tractor-beam pull on smitten writer George Peppard, the kept man of Patricia Neal.
Coming Apart

Coming Apart

DIRECTOR: MILTON MOSES GINSBERG
1969 / 110min / 35mm
A singular film of the independent sixties. Rip Torn, the king of gruff, stars as a married psychoanalyst recording his indiscretions on camera, unbeknownst to the women—including Sally Kirkland and Viveca Lindfors—caught in the frame at various moments of emotional distress.
The Birds

The Birds

DIRECTOR: ALFRED HITCHCOCK
1963 / 119min / 35mm
One of Hitchcock’s supreme master-builder achievements plays on our fear of nature’s capricious cruelty, with San Francisco transplants Tippi Hedren and Rod Taylor thrown together to try to survive the avian onslaught.
Frenzy

Frenzy

DIRECTOR: ALFRED HITCHCOCK
1972 / 116min / 35mm
A sadomasochistic strangler is on the loose in Covent Garden, and innocent barman Richard Blaney (Jon Finch) is taking the blame.
Carrie

Carrie

DIRECTOR: BRIAN DE PALMA
1976 / 98min / DCP
This blood-soaked adaptation of Stephen King’s debut novel about a mercilessly teased—and telekinetic—high schooler’s brutal prom night revenge on her classmates was De Palma’s first box-office behemoth and is one of the most iconic horror movies ever made.
Missing Link

Missing Link

DIRECTOR: CHRIS BUTLER
2019 / 95min / DCP
Tired of living a solitary life in the Pacific Northwest, Mr Link, who is 8 feet tall and covered in fur, recruits fearless explorer Sir Lionel Frost to guide him on a journey to find his long-lost relatives in the fabled valley of Shangri-La.
Coraline

Coraline

DIRECTOR: HENRY SELICK
2009 / 100min / 3D DCP
Coraline Jones is a feisty, curious, and adventurous girl, wise beyond her years. She seriously doubts that her new home can provide anything truly intriguing to her…but she uncovers a secret door in the house.
The Sound of Music

The Sound of Music

DIRECTOR: ROBERT WISE
1965 / 172min / DCP
Governess Maria (Andrews) blows a breath of fresh air through the household of the Von Trapp family in this cherished and sumptuous screen version of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s musical where the CinemaScope hills are alive with music.
Torn Curtain

Torn Curtain

DIRECTOR: ALFRED HITCHCOCK
1966 / 128min / 35mm
Andrews can’t believe her eyes when her fiancée, an American nuclear scientist played by Paul Newman, betrays his country and defects to East Germany.
Dial M for Murder

Dial M for Murder

DIRECTOR: ALFRED HITCHCOCK
1954 / 105min / 3D DCP
Former tennis star Ray Milland plots the perfect murder for two-timing wife Grace Kelly—perfect except for the fact that she fails to die, leaving him to improvise an insidious frame-up job.
Duet for Cannibals

Duet for Cannibals

DIRECTOR: SUSAN SONTAG
1969 / 105min / DCP
Defying literal-minded interpretation, Duet for Cannibals is both an illustrative companion to Sontag's critiscm, and introduction of a startlingly original filmmaker.