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Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood

The ninth film from Quentin Tarantino revisits Los Angeles at the tail end of the 1960s, when the Hollywood studio system was fading and hippie subversion was ascendant.


White Zombie

Directly inspired by William Seabrook’s book The Magic Island, this is considered the first feature length zombie film and would serve as a major influence to those that followed.


Men in Black

This sardonic, New York–set sci-fi smash features Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones in comic-cool mode as agents of a top-secret organization that polices extraterrestrial activity on Earth.



Notable at the time for starring a Black actress, and even as the narrative blatantly antagonizes her, Fredi Washington’s presence imbues the film with unexpected depth.


The Ghost Breakers (with special panel discussion 8/28)

Bob Hope is a radio personality who ends up following Paulette Goddard to Cuba, where she's set to inherit a plantation and—likely haunted—castle. The August 28 screening will be followed by a panel discussion on zombies and race with Yasmina Price, Dr. David Bering-Porter, and guest curator Kelli Weston.