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Seconds

James Wong Howe, nominated for an Oscar for his work, shot in black-and-white and used misshapen lenses to create a surreal atmosphere as Arthur Hamilton’s dream of a new life turns into a waking nightmare.

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Happening

Audrey Diwan's brilliant and searing drama about illegal abortion in France in the 1960s, winner of the Golden Lion at the 2021 Venice Film Festival, plays June 11, 18 & 24.

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Peter Pan

As part of our ongoing series on cinematographer James Wong Howe, Herbert Brenon’s rarely screened, magical silent adaptation of J. M. Barrie’s 1904 stage play will show on June 25 with live piano accompaniment by Makia Matsumura!

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Bell, Book, and Candle

A sui generis Hollywood entertainment about a hipster Greenwich Village witch, played by Kim Novak, who casts a romantic spell on her upstairs neighbor (James Stewart), Bell, Book and Candle was released the same year as Stewart-Novak’s other famous pairing, Vertigo.

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Night of the Living Dead

George A. Romero’s seminal, independent zombie movie, which laid the groundwork for the indie horror film, as part of our series Films of the Dead: Romero & Co.—next screening on July 2.

The Baron of Arizona

One of the most purely entertaining films legendary director Samuel Fuller made for indie producer Robert ​​Lippert, The Baron of Arizona was shot by James Wong Howe during a fallow period of his career for a small fraction of his normal salary, and his chiaroscuro, hushed tones, and focus on interiority defines a film that elides the outdoor grandiosity aimed for in so many B westerns.

The Virgin Suicides

On June 26, Sofia Coppola’s singular debut feature, introduced by Hannah Strong, author of Sofia Coppola: Forever Young, followed by a book signing.

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Peter Pan

As part of our ongoing series on cinematographer James Wong Howe, Herbert Brenon’s rarely screened, magical silent adaptation of J. M. Barrie’s 1904 stage play will show on June 25 with live piano accompaniment by Makia Matsumura!

Recurring

Seconds

James Wong Howe, nominated for an Oscar for his work, shot in black-and-white and used misshapen lenses to create a surreal atmosphere as Arthur Hamilton’s dream of a new life turns into a waking nightmare.

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