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Thursday, March 01, 2018

6:45pm

Cleveland premiere!

THELMA

Norway | 2017 | Joachim Trier

The much-praised new film from the director of Reprise and Louder than Bombs was Norway’s official submission for this year’s Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film. Thelma tells of a shy young college freshman, raised in a fundamentalist religious family, whose confounding, “impure” feelings for a fellow female student trigger seizures, nightmarish visions, and telekinetic powers. Though reminiscent of Carrie, this movie is “less interested in supernatural horror than in contemplating the effects of an...

9pm

Cleveland premiere!

BIRDBOY: THE FORGOTTEN CHILDREN

Spain | 2015 | Pedro Rivero, Alberto Vázquez

Winner of the Goya Award (Spanish Oscar) for Best Animated Feature, this haunting, darkly comic, almost Buñuelian tale is set in a grim post-apocalyptic world. Yearning for a better life, a teenage mouse and her anthropomorphic animal friends hatch a dangerous plot to escape the bleak island on which they are stranded. From Alberto Vázquez’s graphic novel. Not for children. “Casts an undeniable spell.” –Hollywood Reporter. Subtitles. DCP. 76 min. Birdboy will be preceded at...

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Friday, March 02, 2018

8pm

Cleveland premiere!

BIRDBOY: THE FORGOTTEN CHILDREN

Spain | 2015 | Pedro Rivero, Alberto Vázquez

Winner of the Goya Award (Spanish Oscar) for Best Animated Feature, this haunting, darkly comic, almost Buñuelian tale is set in a grim post-apocalyptic world. Yearning for a better life, a teenage mouse and her anthropomorphic animal friends hatch a dangerous plot to escape the bleak island on which they are stranded. From Alberto Vázquez’s graphic novel. Not for children. “Casts an undeniable spell.” –Hollywood Reporter. Subtitles. DCP. 76 min. Birdboy will be preceded at...

9:40pm

New Digital Restoration! Ingmar Bergman 100: Essentials

THE SEVENTH SEAL

Sweden | 1957 | Ingmar Bergman

A knight (Max von Sydow) returns from the Crusades to a plague-ravaged Sweden where he searches for God and plays chess with Death. Ingmar Bergman’s medieval morality play cemented his international reputation and remains one of the seminal works of world cinema. Cleveland revival premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 96 min.

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Saturday, March 03, 2018

5pm

New Digital Restoration! Ingmar Bergman 100: Essentials

THE SEVENTH SEAL

Sweden | 1957 | Ingmar Bergman

A knight (Max von Sydow) returns from the Crusades to a plague-ravaged Sweden where he searches for God and plays chess with Death. Ingmar Bergman’s medieval morality play cemented his international reputation and remains one of the seminal works of world cinema. Cleveland revival premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 96 min.

7pm

Cleveland premiere!

BOMBSHELL: THE HEDY LAMARR STORY

United States | 2017 | Alexandra Dean

This eye-opening new documentary chronicles the life and career of the glamorous Austrian-born Hollywood beauty who also invented a wartime radio technology that, decades later, contributed to the development of cell phones, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS. Includes archival material and original interviews with Peter Bogdanovich, Mel Brooks, et al. “Critic's Pick…Very enjoyable.” –NY Times. DCP. 90 min.

8:50pm

Cleveland premiere!

THELMA

Norway | 2017 | Joachim Trier

The much-praised new film from the director of Reprise and Louder than Bombs was Norway’s official submission for this year’s Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film. Thelma tells of a shy young college freshman, raised in a fundamentalist religious family, whose confounding, “impure” feelings for a fellow female student trigger seizures, nightmarish visions, and telekinetic powers. Though reminiscent of Carrie, this movie is “less interested in supernatural horror than in contemplating the effects of an...

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Sunday, March 04, 2018

1pm

Cleveland premiere!

BOMBSHELL: THE HEDY LAMARR STORY

United States | 2017 | Alexandra Dean

This eye-opening new documentary chronicles the life and career of the glamorous Austrian-born Hollywood beauty who also invented a wartime radio technology that, decades later, contributed to the development of cell phones, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS. Includes archival material and original interviews with Peter Bogdanovich, Mel Brooks, et al. “Critic's Pick…Very enjoyable.” –NY Times. DCP. 90 min.

2:50pm

One of 2017's best!

JANE

United States | 2017 | Brett Morgen

This magnificent new portrait of pioneering British primatologist Jane Goodall is largely derived from hours of previously unseen 16mm color footage (shot for National Geographic during the 1960s) of her interacting with chimpanzees in the African wilderness. It’s topped off by a new Philip Glass score. Hard to believe this universally acclaimed movie was not nominated for the Oscar for Best Documentary Feature! DCP. 90 min.

4:40pm

A Special Event! 35mm Print! Rose Marie, 1923-2017

WAIT FOR YOUR LAUGH

United States | 2017 | Jason Wise

Before she played tough, sarcastic TV writer Sally Rogers on The Dick Van Dyke Show and became one of the hippest of the Hollywood Squares, singer-comedienne Rose Marie worked in vaudeville, radio, nightclubs, Broadway, and Vegas. Her incredible nine-decade career, which began when she was four years old and was once nurtured by the Mob, is recounted in this fascinating new film that includes archival film clips and new interviews with Carl Reiner, Dick Van...

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Thursday, March 08, 2018

6:45pm

Cleveland theatrical premiere!

SATURDAY CHURCH

United States | 2017 | Damon Cardasis

When his father dies suddently, Ulysses, a shy and effeminate 14-year-old Bronx teen grappling with gender identity, suddenly finds himself “the man of the house.”. To escape his repressive home life and new responsibilities, Ulysses retreats into imagined musical numbers (realized on screen) and starts attending a weekly community program for LGBTQ youth. “Blending sensitive drama with musical fantasy and a heart worn unapologetically on its sleeve, Saturday Church is a modest charmer.” –Hollywood Reporter....

8:30pm

New Digital Restoration! Ingmar Bergman 100: Essentials

SAWDUST AND TINSEL

Sweden | 1953 | Ingmar Bergman

The earliest film in our current Bergman series is arguably the director’s first great work. It’s an expressionistic, psychosexual tale of love, betrayal, and degradation about an aging circus owner, his young mistress (Harriet Andersson), his estranged wife, and a haunted, heavy-drinking clown. Has a 100% critics score on Rotten Tomatoes. Cleveland revival premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 92 min.

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Friday, March 09, 2018

7pm

Cleveland theatrical premiere!

TROUBLE NO MORE

United States | 2017 | Jennifer Lebeau

In 1978, Bob Dylan confounded his fans by declaring himself “born again.” Then between 1979 and 1981, he released a trilogy of Christian albums: Slow Train Coming, Saved, and Shot of Love. He also embarked on a three-part, 79-show “Gospel Tour” that lasted from November 1979 through May 1980. This new concert film features rare performance footage from two of those shows (Buffalo & Toronto). New “sermons” written by Luc Sante and delivered by Michael...

8:20pm

Philippe Garrel

LOVER FOR A DAY

France | 2017 | Philippe Garrel

Philippe Garrel’s latest film stars his youngest child Esther Garrel (she was Marzia in Call Me By Your Name) as a desperate 23-year-old who returns home after a devastating breakup with her boyfriend, only to discover that her father is involved with a young woman exactly her age. It’s an awkward situation. “Wonderful, quintessentially French.” –Screen Int’l. Cleveland premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 76 min.

9:55pm

Cleveland theatrical premiere!

SATURDAY CHURCH

United States | 2017 | Damon Cardasis

When his father dies suddently, Ulysses, a shy and effeminate 14-year-old Bronx teen grappling with gender identity, suddenly finds himself “the man of the house.”. To escape his repressive home life and new responsibilities, Ulysses retreats into imagined musical numbers (realized on screen) and starts attending a weekly community program for LGBTQ youth. “Blending sensitive drama with musical fantasy and a heart worn unapologetically on its sleeve, Saturday Church is a modest charmer.” –Hollywood Reporter....

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Saturday, March 10, 2018

5pm

New Digital Restoration! Ingmar Bergman 100: Essentials

SAWDUST AND TINSEL

Sweden | 1953 | Ingmar Bergman

The earliest film in our current Bergman series is arguably the director’s first great work. It’s an expressionistic, psychosexual tale of love, betrayal, and degradation about an aging circus owner, his young mistress (Harriet Andersson), his estranged wife, and a haunted, heavy-drinking clown. Has a 100% critics score on Rotten Tomatoes. Cleveland revival premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 92 min.

6:55pm

Golden Globe Winner: Best Foreign Language Film! Cleveland premiere!

IN THE FADE

Germany | 2017 | Fatih Akin

Winner of the 2018 Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film (but snubbed by Oscar), this acclaimed drama also won the 2017 Cannes Film Festival Best Actress prize for its star, Diane Kruger. She plays a Hamburg woman who seeks revenge or justice after her Kurdish husband and son are killed in a hate crime by Neo-Nazis. From the Turkish-German director of Head-On. “An edge-of-seat thriller…Leave(s) the audience shaken.” –Hollywood Reporter. Subtitles. DCP. 106...

9:05pm

Philippe Garrel

LOVER FOR A DAY

France | 2017 | Philippe Garrel

Philippe Garrel’s latest film stars his youngest child Esther Garrel (she was Marzia in Call Me By Your Name) as a desperate 23-year-old who returns home after a devastating breakup with her boyfriend, only to discover that her father is involved with a young woman exactly her age. It’s an awkward situation. “Wonderful, quintessentially French.” –Screen Int’l. Cleveland premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 76 min.

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Sunday, March 11, 2018

3:15pm

A Special Event! Film Classics in 35mm! Post-film Book Signing! Scott Edwards presents

THE BORDER

1982 | Tony Richardson

Scott Edwards, author of the new book Quintessential Jack: The Art of Jack Nicholson on Screen (McFarland, 2017), appears in person to introduce and lead a discussion after a lesser-known Nicholson film that has contemporary relevance. In The Border, Nicholson plays a new Texas immigration enforcement agent who succumbs to the corruption of his colleagues (Harvey Keitel, Warren Oates) before trying to make amends by helping a young immigrant mother. With Valerie Perrine; music by...

6:30pm

New Digital Restoration! Joe Valencic introduces

VALLEY OF PEACE

Yugoslavia | 1956 | France Štiglic

This beautifully shot WWII film follows two young Slovenian children living under German occupation. When their families and homes are destroyed in an air raid, the kids set off to find a fabled “Valley of Peace.” Along the way they meet a downed African-American GI (John Kitzmiller, who won the best actor prize at Cannes for his performance, the first black person to do so), and he protects them on their journey. This new restoration...

8:30pm

Golden Globe Winner: Best Foreign Language Film! Cleveland premiere!

IN THE FADE

Germany | 2017 | Fatih Akin

Winner of the 2018 Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film (but snubbed by Oscar), this acclaimed drama also won the 2017 Cannes Film Festival Best Actress prize for its star, Diane Kruger. She plays a Hamburg woman who seeks revenge or justice after her Kurdish husband and son are killed in a hate crime by Neo-Nazis. From the Turkish-German director of Head-On. “An edge-of-seat thriller…Leave(s) the audience shaken.” –Hollywood Reporter. Subtitles. DCP. 106...

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Thursday, March 15, 2018

6:45pm

Cleveland premiere!

TEHRAN TABOO

Austria, Germany | 2017 | Ali Soozandeh

This new animated feature by an Iranian-born writer and director who’s now a German citizen offers an unflinchingly frank portrait of life in the Islamic Republic. A prostitute, a musician, and other young people intersect and interact in this movie that depicts sex, violence, and drugs and shows how women in particular are repressed by Iran’s politics and religion. “An audacious debut.” –Hollywood Reporter. Adults only! Subtitles. DCP. 96 min.

8:45pm

Cleveland premiere!

VAZANTE

Brazil, Portugal | 2017 | Daniela Thomas

A widowed Portuguese settler who owns a failing estate in colonial 1821 Brazil takes a 12-year-old bride, removing her from her family. Left mostly alone at her husband’s remote, rugged farmhouse, the girl finds solace and companionship in the similarly displaced and oppressed African slaves around her. But by associating with them, she crosses a barrier that is not to be breached. The first solo directorial outing by frequent Walter Salles collaborator Daniela Thomas is...

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Friday, March 16, 2018

7pm

Cleveland premiere!

VAZANTE

Brazil, Portugal | 2017 | Daniela Thomas

A widowed Portuguese settler who owns a failing estate in colonial 1821 Brazil takes a 12-year-old bride, removing her from her family. Left mostly alone at her husband’s remote, rugged farmhouse, the girl finds solace and companionship in the similarly displaced and oppressed African slaves around her. But by associating with them, she crosses a barrier that is not to be breached. The first solo directorial outing by frequent Walter Salles collaborator Daniela Thomas is...

9:20pm

New Digital Restoration! Ingmar Bergman 100: Essentials

WILD STRAWBERRIES

Sweden | 1957 | Ingmar Bergman

One of Ingmar Bergman’s most famous films! An elderly professor (Swedish silent-era film master Victor Sjöström/Seastrom) relives episodes from his life via dreams and memory flashbacks while traveling by car to a distant city to accept a lifetime achievement award. Cleveland revival premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 91 min.

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Saturday, March 17, 2018

5pm

New Digital Restoration! Ingmar Bergman 100: Essentials

WILD STRAWBERRIES

Sweden | 1957 | Ingmar Bergman

One of Ingmar Bergman’s most famous films! An elderly professor (Swedish silent-era film master Victor Sjöström/Seastrom) relives episodes from his life via dreams and memory flashbacks while traveling by car to a distant city to accept a lifetime achievement award. Cleveland revival premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 91 min.

7pm

A Special Event! Film Classics in 35mm! Imported Print! Philippe Garrel

THE BIRTH OF LOVE

France | 1993 | Philippe Garrel

In this Philippe Garrel classic that’s undistributed in the U.S. (tonight’s print has been imported from France), Jean-Pierre Léaud and Lou Castel play two middle-aged friends on opposite romantic trajectories. Castel is a married actor who turns to younger lovers to escape the oppression of his family life. Léaud is a writer who seeks reconciliation with his wife who has left him for another man. With Johanna ter Steege. Cinematography by Raoul Coutard; original score...

8:55pm

Cleveland premiere!

TEHRAN TABOO

Austria, Germany | 2017 | Ali Soozandeh

This new animated feature by an Iranian-born writer and director who’s now a German citizen offers an unflinchingly frank portrait of life in the Islamic Republic. A prostitute, a musician, and other young people intersect and interact in this movie that depicts sex, violence, and drugs and shows how women in particular are repressed by Iran’s politics and religion. “An audacious debut.” –Hollywood Reporter. Adults only! Subtitles. DCP. 96 min.

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Sunday, March 18, 2018

4pm

A Special Event! Filmmaker in Person!

UNSEEN

United States | 2016 | Laura Paglin

In 2009, Cleveland police discovered the bodies of eleven women decomposing in the Imperial Avenue house and yard of known sex offender Anthony Sowell. Why weren’t these women missed or their disappearances more thoroughly investigated? How did this killing spree go unnoticed for so long? These and other troubling questions about the invisibility of women on the margins of society are raised in this powerful work by local filmmaker Laura Paglin (Nightowls of Coventry,...

6:30pm

A Special Event!

THE BANISHMENT

Russia | 2007 | Andrey Zvyagintsev

The epic movies of Andrey Zvyagintsev (Leviathan, Loveless) explore moral dilemmas and spiritual torment in a measured, visually stunning manner that evokes Tarkovsky. They are like great Russian novels on film. Because such works are daunting to most American moviegoers, Zvyagintsev’s follow-up to his award-winning debut feature The Return was never released in the U.S. until now (after two of his subsequent films garnered Oscar nominations). The Banishment follows a young family spending two months...

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Thursday, March 22, 2018

6:45pm

Cleveland premiere!

WESTERN

Germany | 2017 | Valeska Grisebach

Macho German construction workers building a dam in a remote region of Bulgaria spark distrust and resentment among the locals who have had quite enough of German outsiders. This slow-burn thriller that captures the economic and cultural tensions between certain groups of Europeans evokes classic oaters. A 2017 New York Film Festival selection. “Could be viewed as a wry reflection of the European Union’s sometimes fractious present-day state—though much of its character conflict hinges on...

9:05pm

New Digital Restoration! Ingmar Bergman 100: Essentials

THE VIRGIN SPRING

Sweden | 1960 | Ingmar Bergman

Max von Sydow stars in Ingmar Bergman’s gripping medieval fable about a deeply religious father who wreaks terrible revenge on infidels who rape and murder his innocent young daughter. This Oscar winner for Best Foreign Language Film was remade by Wes Craven as The Last House on the Left. Cleveland revival premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 88 min.

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Friday, March 23, 2018

7:30pm

Back by Popular Demand!

IN SEARCH OF FELLINI

United States | 2017 | Taron Lexton

Dayton native Nancy Cartwright, the longtime voice of Bart Simpson, co-wrote this semi-autobiographical tale of a sheltered Ohio girl who travels to Italy to meet Federico Fellini after his films open her eyes to a new world of fantastic possibilities. The movie’s American scenes were shot in greater Cleveland! With Maria Bello. “A charming drama about the love of movies and youthful passion…Ms. Cartwright creates a Felliniesque fantasy of her own.” –NY Times. DCP. 103...

9:35pm

Great Gerwig's First Directorial Credit!

NIGHTS AND WEEKENDS

United States | 2008 | Greta Gerwig, Joe Swanberg

Lady Bird was Greta Gerwig’s solo directorial debut. But ten years ago, she co-directed an indie drama that she also co-wrote and co-starred in, along with her co-director and co-writer Joe Swanberg. (Swanberg essentially “discovered” Gerwig and cast her in her first four films, all directed by him.) Nights and Weekends is an ultra-low-budget “mumblecore” movie about two twentysomethings who live separately in New York and Chicago but try to maintain a long-distance relationship. Indie...

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Saturday, March 24, 2018

5pm

New Digital Restoration! Ingmar Bergman 100: Essentials

THE VIRGIN SPRING

Sweden | 1960 | Ingmar Bergman

Max von Sydow stars in Ingmar Bergman’s gripping medieval fable about a deeply religious father who wreaks terrible revenge on infidels who rape and murder his innocent young daughter. This Oscar winner for Best Foreign Language Film was remade by Wes Craven as The Last House on the Left. Cleveland revival premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 88 min.

6:50pm

A Special Event! Film Classics in 35mm!

THE HOSPITAL

United States | 1971 | Arthur Hiller

Right before he wrote Network, Paddy Chayefsky penned this savagely funny black comedy about modern health care. Like that subsequent TV satire, it won Chayefsky an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay. George C. Scott stars as the beleaguered Chief of Medicine at a metropolitan hospital beset with problems ranging from ineptitude to murder. Though the doctor himself suffers from impotence and depression, he carries on in the face of disaster. This rarely revived classic has...

8:55pm

New 4K Restoration!

ICHI THE KILLER

Japan | 2001 | Takashi Miike

Takashi Miike’s ultra-violent gangster comedy—one of the seminal splatter films of the past 20 years—has been given the full 4K restoration treatment, in a complete, previously unseen director’s cut! This outlandish thriller follows a sadomasochistic yakuza enforcer who, while searching for his missing boss, encounters Ichi, a psychotic killing machine who is even more ruthless than he is. Originally premiered in Cleveland at the Cinematheque, Ichi the Killer was banned in Norway, Germany, and Malaysia....

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Sunday, March 25, 2018

3pm

A Special Event! Bill Rudman introduces

THE KING AND I

United States | 1956 | Walter Lang

Yul Brynner (repeating his Broadway role and winning an Oscar for it) plays 19th-century King Mongkut of Siam, and Deborah Kerr is the widowed British schoolteacher who becomes governess and teacher of the King’s many children, in this lavish, award-winning film version of the famous Rodgers and Hammerstein musical. Today’s screening, which is co-presented by The Musical Theater Project, will be introduced at 3:00 by TMTP founding director Bill Rudman (and Cinematheque director John Ewing)....

6:30pm

Philippe Garrel

L'ENFANT SECRET (THE SECRET CHILD)

France | 1979 | Philippe Garrel

Anne Wiazemsky (Au Hasard Balthazar) and another of Bresson’s “models” (as opposed to “actors”), Henri de Maublanc of The Devil, Probably, play an impoverished Parisian couple (he’s a filmmaker, she’s a single mom) who fall in love and then fall to pieces, descending into drug addiction and mutually-enforced self-destruction. Inspired by the director’s former relationship with the singer Nico, this transitional film in Philippe Garrel’s career pivots from his previous experimental work into narrative. “A...

8:25pm

Cleveland premiere!

WESTERN

Germany | 2017 | Valeska Grisebach

Macho German construction workers building a dam in a remote region of Bulgaria spark distrust and resentment among the locals who have had quite enough of German outsiders. This slow-burn thriller that captures the economic and cultural tensions between certain groups of Europeans evokes classic oaters. A 2017 New York Film Festival selection. “Could be viewed as a wry reflection of the European Union’s sometimes fractious present-day state—though much of its character conflict hinges on...

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Friday, March 30, 2018

6:30pm

How's Your Driving?

THE ROAD MOVIE

Russia | 2016 | Dmitrii Kalashnikov

Dashcam videos from across Russia record some of the damnedest things you’ve ever seen—from road rage and weather events to car crashes, cows, and comets—in this unbelievable (but true) compilation film that, thankfully, shuns showing bloody, mangled bodies. “Between the defensive driving and offensive behavior, and vice versa, The Road Movie is a gleeful rubbernecker’s large popcorn’s worth of crazy.” –L.A. Times. Subtitles. DCP. 67 min.

8pm

Back by Popular Demand! New 4K Restoration!

THE PASSION OF JOAN OF ARC

France | 1928 | Carl Theodor Dreyer

By and large, moviegoers who saw Carl Dreyer’s silent masterpiece on the big screen last December, with Richard Einhorn’s 1994 oratorio “Voices of Light” on the soundtrack, found it an overwhelming experience. So we’re bringing it back. Voted the ninth best movie of all time in a 2012 Sight & Sound poll of international film critics and curators, this visually stunning re-creation of the heresy trial of the 15th-century French freedom fighter is based on...

9:45pm

New Digital Restoration! Ingmar Bergman 100: Essentials

PERSONA

Sweden | 1966 | Ingmar Bergman

One of Bergman’s greatest and most admired works! Two women—a famous actress afflicted with a psychosomatic loss of speech (Liv Ullmann) and a garrulous nurse (Bibi Andersson)—share a remote seaside cottage where their identities overlap, blur, and eventually merge. This singular psychological drama is an indescribable film experience that influenced Altman, Lynch, Fincher, Aronofsky, and von Trier, among others. Original, uncut version; adults only! Cleveland revival premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 83 min.

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Saturday, March 31, 2018

5pm

A Special Event! Film Classics in 35mm! Imported Print! Philippe Garrel

EMERGENCY KISSES

France | 1989 | Philippe Garrel

Members of the Garrel clan—director Philippe, his actor father Maurice, his then-wife Brigitte Sy, and his then five-year-old son Louis (making his screen debut)—essentially play themselves in this tender, wrenching drama showing here in a rare 35mm print imported from France. The movie follows a philandering filmmaker who foments family discord when he refuses to cast his actress wife in a role largely based on her. “[A] masterpiece.” –Sight & Sound. Subtitles. 90 min.

6:50pm

New Digital Restoration! Ingmar Bergman 100: Essentials

PERSONA

Sweden | 1966 | Ingmar Bergman

One of Bergman’s greatest and most admired works! Two women—a famous actress afflicted with a psychosomatic loss of speech (Liv Ullmann) and a garrulous nurse (Bibi Andersson)—share a remote seaside cottage where their identities overlap, blur, and eventually merge. This singular psychological drama is an indescribable film experience that influenced Altman, Lynch, Fincher, Aronofsky, and von Trier, among others. Original, uncut version; adults only! Cleveland revival premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 83 min.

8:35pm

Back by Popular Demand! Includes 2018 Oscar winner "Dear Basketball"

19TH ANIMATION SHOW OF SHOWS

Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Great Britain, Sweden, Switzerland, United States | 1964-2017 | various directors

This annual animation compilation fills the void left by the International Tournée of Animation, Spike and Mike’s Festival of Animation, and The Animation Show. The 19th edition of this popular touring program features 16 internationally acclaimed short films from Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Great Britain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the U.S. Among this year’s highlights are Niki Lindroth von Bahr’s extraordinary, award-winning stop-motion musical The Burden; David O’Reilly's visually stunning Everything, based on a 1973 talk...

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