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Jan. 15–Feb. 17. Coming in February: PLAY, INVOLUNTARY and THE GUITAR MONGOLOID (with short films INCIDENT BY A BANK and AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL SCENE NUMBER 6882).
A live interactive show centered around the 1943 horror classic starring Lon Chaney and Bela Lugosi.
Feb. 7, 7:30.
Feb. 7–March 5. Opening the series: BRIEF ENCOUNTER (1945) and ONE HOUR WITH YOU (1932).
Feb. 6–April 16. Opening the series: Myrna Loy in DOUBLE WEDDING and AFTER THE THIN MAN and Claudette Colbert in THE PALM BEACH STORY and IMITATION OF LIFE (1934).
Feb. 6–April 16. Opening the series: PLATINUM BLONDE and RAIN OR SHINE.
Feb. 6–24. Opening the series: EDWARD SCISSORHANDS and PEE-WEE'S BIG ADVENTURE.
Co-presented by the National Gallery of Art
Feb. 7–Apr. 14. Opening the series: THE DAY IS LONGER THAN THE NIGHT and SOME INTERVIEWS ON PERSONAL MATTERS, both featuring Q&A with director Lana Gogoberidze.
Directed by Robert Altman and starring Elliott Gould.
Limited engagement!
Feb. 9, 9:00; Feb. 10, 7:10; Feb. 11, 9:15.
Feb. 19–March 1. Opening the series: MAGIC MEN, featuring Q&A with filmmaker Guy Nattiv, Feb. 19, 6:30.
Original soundtrack augmented by live musical accompaniment by Gary Lucas
Directed by James Whale and starring Boris Karloff.
Feb. 27, 9:30.
THE SYMBOL OF THE UNCONQUERED (1920; 95th anniversary) with live musical accompaniment by William Hooker, Feb. 27, 7:15; and BODY AND SOUL (1925; 90th anniversary), with live accompaniment by the William Hooker Quintet, Feb. 28, 3:00.
MARS: Mid-Atlantic Regional Showcase presents:
THE CURATORS VOLUME 1: A STORY OF INDEPENDENCE
Inspired to preserve hip-hop culture and its artists, this documentary examines the lives of five dreamers seeking to make their mark on the industry.
Mar. 5, 6:30.