screenings for May 4 – May 10

Friday, May 4

The Stormy Man (Umetsugu Inoue, 1957)
7:00pm, Harvard Film Archive, digital

Amores Perros (Alejandro González Iñárritu, 2000)
8:00pm, Video Underground

Bad Lieutenant (Abel Ferrara, 1992)
8:00pm, Museum of Fine Arts, 35mm

Fang Bang! Burlesque plus screening of
The Lost Boys (Joel Schumacher, 1987)
8:00pm, Somerville Theatre, 35mm

The Winner (Umetsugu Inoue, 1957)
9:00pm, Harvard Film Archive, digital

Race with the Devil (Jack Starrett, 1975)
midnight, Coolidge Corner Theatre

Saturday, May 5

Ponyo (Hayao Miyazaki, 2009)
10:00am, Coolidge Corner Theatre

The Green Music Box (Umetsugu Inoue, 1955)
3:00pm, Harvard Film Archive, 35mm

The Eagle and the Hawk (Umetsugu Inoue, 1957)
7:00pm, Harvard Film Archive, digital

Hong Kong Nocturne (Umetsugu Inoue, 1967)
9:15pm, Harvard Film Archive, digital

The Wicker Man (Robin Hardy, 1973)
midnight, Coolidge Corner Theatre

Sunday, May 6

The Invisibles (Claus Räfle, 2017)
11:00am, Coolidge Corner Theatre, digital
Co-presented by the National Center for Jewish Film’s 21st annual film festival

The Judge (Erika Cohn, 2017)
2:00pm, Coolidge Corner Theatre
Filmmaker Erika Cohn in-person

The Dybbuk (Michał Waszyński, 1937)
4:00pm, Museum of Fine Arts, digital
part of The National Center for Jewish Film’s annual film festival

The Winner (Umetsugu Inoue, 1957)
4:00pm, Harvard Film Archive, digital

The Stormy Man (Umetsugu Inoue, 1957)
7:00pm, Harvard Film Archive, digital

Monday, May 7

Two Films by Phillip Warnell
7:00pm, Harvard Film Archive, digital
Filmmaker Phillip Warnell in-person

Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (Pedro Almodóvar, 1988)
7:00pm, Coolidge Corner Theatre

Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun? (Travis Wilkerson, 2017)
7:00pm, Brattle Theatre, digital
Filmmaker Travis Wilkerson in-person

Tuesday, May 8

None Shall Escape (André De Toth, 1944)
5:00pm, Coolidge Corner Theatre
Screening as part of the National Center for Jewish Film’s 21st annual film festival

The Tale of the Princess Kaguya (Isao Takahata, 2013)
8:00pm, Brattle Theatre, digital

Wednesday, May 9

The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness (Mami Sunada, 2013)
8:30pm, Brattle Theatre. digital

Thursday, May 10

My Neighbors the Yamadas (Isao Takahata, 1999)
5:30pm, Brattle Theatre, digital

Only Yesterday (Isao Takahata, 1991)
7:45pm, Brattle Theatre, digital

Also screening this week:

The National Center for Jewish Film’s Annual Film Festival at the MFA (May 2-May 13)

Van Gogh: A New Way of Seeing (David Bickerstaff, 2015) at the MFA (May 2-May 27)

MayFair Cartoon Program (free, 45-minute program repeating throughout the day on May 6 at the Brattle)

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