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In person: filmmaker John Pirozzi
Post-screening rock concert by original '60s/'70s Cambodian bands
"Offers a fresh and powerful account of Cambodia's painful history." –New York Times.
April 29, 7:00.
Get pitch slapped. Starring Anna Kendrick, Brittany Snow and Rebel Wilson. Before the sequel arrives in May, remind yourself where it all began.
April 25, 7:00.
April 18–28. This week: THE CONNECTION (1961) and 1986 jazz documentary ORNETTE: MADE IN AMERICA, 30th anniversary!
April 18–July 1. This week: Alfred Hitchcock's DIAL M FOR MURDER and Alfonso Cuarón's GRAVITY, both in 3D.
June 17–21, 2015.
Passes now on sale! Early bird discount through May 18.
April 17–July 1. This week: THE MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS, adapted from Booth Tarkington's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel.
April 18–June 16. This week: Film noir spoof/homage DEAD MEN DON'T WEAR PLAID and Depression-era musical PENNIES FROM HEAVEN (1981).
April 19–July 1. This week: Roman Polanski's THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH (1971).
May 1–27. Opening the series: PRIDE (2014), CÉSAR CHÁVEZ and THE GRAPES OF WRATH.
Co-presented by the National Building Museum.
May 2–17. Opening the series: Free double feature of PONYO with THE TSUNAMI AND THE CHERRY BLOSSOM, and free screening of documentary TROUBLE THE WATER.
May 11–June 25. Opening the series: Lee Seok-hoon's swashbuckling fantasy epic THE PIRATES (2014).
Accentuate the negative. Directed by Terry Zwigoff; starring Thora Birch, Scarlett Johansson and Steve Buscemi.
May 2 & 6.