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My Friend, Lefterakis

Replete with intrigue and hilarious surprises, this classic, beloved farce from Greece's famed Finos Film studio concerns a woman who devises a devilish plan to expose her husband's cheating ways.

Mr. Zhang Believes

Qiu’s brilliant fiction-documentary hybrid is based on the life of Zhang Xianchi, a so-called “rightist” persecuted for his unorthodox beliefs.

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Make Way for Tomorrow

Dir. Leo McCarey. 1937, 92 mins. 35mm. With Beulah Bondi, Victor Moore, Thomas Mitchell, Fay Bainter. When McCarey won the Best Director Oscar in 1937 for his sparkling screwball comedy The Awful Truth, he stood ...

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Show Boat

Expressively adapted for the screen by James Whale, this Jerome Kern–Oscar Hammerstein musical, featuring Paul Robeson and Irene Dunne, was considered radical at the time for its serious treatment of race.

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A New Old Play

On February 4 and 5, see encore screenings of Qiu Jiongjiong's hand-crafted masterwork, an homage to classical Chinese opera.

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The Women

There’s not a man to be found in Cukor’s dazzlingly witty, razor-sharp comedy released in 1939 and starring Joan Crawford, Rosalind Russell, Norma Shearer, and more.

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A New Old Play

On February 4 and 5, see encore screenings of Qiu Jiongjiong's hand-crafted masterwork, an homage to classical Chinese opera.

Recurring

The Women

There’s not a man to be found in Cukor’s dazzlingly witty, razor-sharp comedy released in 1939 and starring Joan Crawford, Rosalind Russell, Norma Shearer, and more.