Info on upcoming screenings

Below are highlights from the American Cinematheque calendar through the end of the year. For more information about these screenings and others, visit

Oct. 19:
“Ruslan and Ludmila” (Russian Fantastik Cinema)
Oct. 27
: “Roma” (New Argentine Cinema)
Nov. 3-4:
Nicolas Winding Refn’s “Pusher” trilogy
Nov. 5:
“Light in the Piazza” (tribute to Guy Green)
Nov. 18:
“The Shooting” and “Ride the Whirlwind” (Three Nights with Monte Hellman)
Dec. 21:
“The Awful Truth” and “Theodora Goes Wild” (Screwball Holidays)
Dec. 22:
“Ruggles of Redgap” and “Cluny Brown” (Screwball Holidays)
Dec. 25:
“Unfaithfully Yours” and “Christmas in July” (Screwball Holidays)

Oct. 15:
“Star Trek” anniversary program, with George Takei in person
Oct. 28:
Dusk to Dawn Horrorthon, including “Night of the Living Dead,” “Castle of Blood” and “Pumpkinhead”
Oct. 29:
“Nine Queens” and “El Aura” (tribute to Fabian Bielinsky)
Nov. 2:
“Amelie” and “The City of Lost Children,” with Jean-Pierre Jeunet in person
Nov. 4:
“Danton” (Fabulous Versailles)
Nov. 5:
“La Marseillaise” (Fabulous Versailles)
Nov. 12:
Sneak preview of “The Good German” and “Casablanca,” with Steven Soderbergh in person
Nov. 24:
“Baraka” in 70mm (Holiday Classics)
Dec. 3:
“Prick Up Your Ears” and “My Beautiful Laundrette,” with Stephen Frears in person
Dec. 8:
“Goodfellas” and “They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?,” with Irwin Winkler in person

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