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May 19–June 15. This week: Jung Ji-woo's drama 4TH PLACE examines the toll competitive sports take on their youngest participants. June 1, 7:00 p.m.
June 2–5. A new film festival featuring the best in genre cinema: fantasy, sci-fi, action, animation, dark comedy and horror.
Tickets and all-access passes on sale now.
May 20–July 6. This week: Francis Ford Coppola's war drama APOCALYPSE NOW (original theatrical release version).
April 29–July 7. This week: Stanley Kubrick's SPARTACUS (1960) and Victor Fleming's A GUY NAMED JOE in 35mm.
April 30–July 3. This week: PORK CHOP HILL, in 35mm, 12 O'CLOCK HIGH, in 35mm, and THE GUNS OF NAVARONE.
May 14–June 22. This week: Todd Haynes' experimental Bob Dylan biopic I'M NOT THERE., screening in 35mm.
May 8–July 7. This week: 20th anniversary of Trevor Nunn's TWELFTH NIGHT and 60th anniversary of FORBIDDEN PLANET, a sci-fi adaptation of "The Tempest."
June 6–9. Featuring JAZZ ON A SUMMER'S DAY, SPACE IS THE PLACE and ALL NIGHT LONG.
Coming in June: new DCP of PIERROT LE FOU, starring Jean-Paul Belmondo and Anna Karina.
June 10–12. Opening the series: Roy T. Anderson's documentary QUEEN NANNY: LEGENDARY MAROON CHIEFTAINESS, plus post-screening Q&A with producer Alison G. Anderson, June 10, 7:30 p.m.