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Halloween night, one show only!
10th anniversary of Edgar Wright’s 2004 cult favorite.
Oct. 31, 9:00.
17 programs, all featuring live musical accompaniment!
Oct. 24–Nov. 23. This week: THE LODGER and NOSFERATU accompanied by Not So Silent Cinema; VAMPYR and DRACULA (1931) accompanied by Gary Lucas; and INTOLERANCE accompanied by Boister.
Oct. 31–Nov. 6. This week: SLEEPY HOLLOW, FRANKENWEENIE (2012), BEETLEJUICE, CORPSE BRIDE (with short films VINCENT and 1984’s FRANKENWEENIE) and ED WOOD.
Oct. 11–Nov. 4. This week: ROSEMARY’S BABY, starring Mia Farrow and John Cassavetes; directed by Roman Polanski and produced by William Castle. Oct. 31, 11:00; Nov. 4, 7:15.
Nov. 2–24. This week: avant-garde, feminist cult classic DAISIES [Sedmikrásky], Nov. 2 & 4, 7:00.
New DCP! Directed by Ron Fricke. Presented in conjunction with Georgetown University’s Writing and Culture Seminar.
Intro and post-screening discussion led by Prof. Melvin Hall.
Nov. 3, 7:00.
Oct. 8–Nov. 30. This week: harrowing crime and punishment chronicle I WANT TO LIVE!, starring Susan Hayward.
Co-presented with the National Gallery of Art.
Nov. 1–26. This week: SLAP THE MONSTER ON PAGE ONE and DEVIL IN THE FLESH.
INTOLERANCE: LOVE’S STRUGGLE THROUGHOUT THE AGES with live musical accompaniment by Boister. Directed by D. W. Griffith, this epic extravaganza covers stories across four millennia.
Nov. 2, 2:00.
DRACULA (1931 Spanish version) with live musical accompaniment by Gary Lucas. Directed by George Melford and starring Carlos Villarías as “Conde Drácula.”
Nov. 1, 10:00.
Oct. 24–Nov. 9. FREE! Next week: Animated adventure tale TAD, THE LOST EXPLORER, Nov. 8, 11:00 a.m.
Q&A and panel discussion with director Mary Fishman, Sister Marge Clark, BVM, and Sister Deborah Troillet, RSM
One show only!
Nov. 9, 2:00.