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80th anniversary
Michael Curtiz's classic romantic drama stars Humphrey Bogart as Rick Blaine, a nightclub owner in Morocco, and Ingrid Bergman as his former flame Ilsa Lund, in town with her husband (Paul Henreid) and in need of Rick's help. Three Oscar® wins, including Best Picture!
Aug. 12–18.
60th anniversary
Peter O'Toole stars in David Lean's 1962 epic historical drama as T. E. Lawrence, the legendary British officer who rallied the Arabs against Turkish invaders during World War I; co-starring Alec Guinness, Anthony Quinn and Omar Sharif. Seven Oscar® wins, including Best Picture!
Aug. 12–18.
Recorded intro by Steven Yeun; post-screening discussion with APA Film's Christian Oh and MPA's John Gibson
This documentary chronicles the gripping true story of a legendary figure in the Asian American community, a Korean immigrant misidentified as Chinese and wrongly convicted of murder, who became the rallying cry of a political movement.
Aug. 17, 7:00 p.m.
Francis Ford Coppola's epic 1979 psychological war film unfolds during the Vietnam War, as Captain Willard (Martin Sheen) accepts a mission to travel by river into Cambodia to terminate the command of the AWOL and possibly insane Colonel Kurtz (Marlon Brando).
Aug. 12–18.
50th anniversary
Revisiting his signature themes of identity, desire and dream logic, David Lynch's 2001 film noir thriller follows an amnesiac actress (Laura Elena Harring) and a Hollywood hopeful (Naomi Watts) who uncover some shady doings in the movie business. Co-starring Justin Theroux, Ann Miller and Robert Forster.
Aug. 13, 14&16.
50th anniversary; 4K restoration
Luis Buñuel's 1972 surrealist comedy follows a sextet of bourgeois characters attempting to maintain their decorum — and dinner plans — in the face of increasingly farcical absurdities. Starring Fernando Rey, Delphine Seyrig, Stéphane Audran and Bulle Ogier. Oscar® winner, Best Foreign Language Film.
Aug. 12, 14, 15, 17 & 18.
July 17–Sept. 21
This week, five films noir: a villainess smuggles both diamonds and smallpox in THE KILLER THAT STALKED NEW YORK; a WWII refugee has 24 hours to find salvation in THE GLASS WALL (35mm); suspense-filled FOURTEEN HOURS (35mm), based on the true story of a suicidal jumper; a naive postman accidentally steals $30,000 in SIDE STREET; and an ex-cop races against the clock to find his kidnapped child in GUILTY BYSTANDER.
July 15–Sept. 20
This week, both directed by Akira Kurosawa: 1958 samurai adventure THE HIDDEN FORTRESS (intro by Michael Jeck Aug. 12 & 13), following two luckless peasants bullied into serving a mysterious stranger (Toshiro Mifune), and hardboiled 1960 crime thriller THE BAD SLEEP WELL (35mm), combining elements of "Hamlet" and American film noir and starring Mifune as a scheming business executive bent on revenge.
July 15–Sept. 21
This week, both directed by Howard Hawks: HIS GIRL FRIDAY, starring Rosalind Russell as a newly engaged ace reporter and Cary Grant as her editor and ex, desperate to win her back, and BRINGING UP BABY, starring Katharine Hepburn as a kooky free spirit distracting a put-upon paleontologist (Grant) from his work — and his impending wedding.
July 15–Sept. 14
This week: 1967 romantic musical spoof THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE, starring Julie Andrews as a would-be flapper who arrives in New York in search of a job and a husband. Complicating things are her handsome boss (John Gavin), her sweet friend (Mary Tyler Moore), her evil landlady (Beatrice Lillie), a paperclip salesman (James Fox) and a rich jazz baby (Carol Channing).
July 30–Sept. 19
This week: PAPER MOON. Inspired by the work of Bogdanovich's cinematic heroes John Ford, Howard Hawks and Orson Welles, this is a 1930s Depression-era story told through the prism of 1970s cynicism, starring Ryan O'Neal as a dust bowl con man saddled with a precocious orphan (Tatum O'Neal), who may or may not be his daughter.
One week only, Aug. 12–18
In writer-director-star Nana Mensah's hilarious dark comedy, a Ghanaian American student reevaluates her life when she's forced to take over her mother's Christian bookstore in the Bronx. "Mensah's tightly conceived, witty and compassionate dark comedy is a love letter to children of Ghanaian immigrants and to the Bronx." – The Hollywood Reporter.
Now playing
Writer and actor B. J. Novak's directorial debut is a darkly comic thriller following a journalist and podcaster (Novak) who travels from New York City to West Texas to investigate the death of a girl he was hooking up with. The ensemble cast includes Issa Rae, Ashton Kutcher, Boyd Holbrook, J. Smith-Cameron and Dove Cameron.
Now playing
This enchanting comedy-drama stars Lesley Manville (PHANTOM THREAD) as a cleaning lady in 1950s London who falls madly in love with a couture Dior dress. Deciding she must have one of her own, she embarks on an adventure to Paris which will change the very future of the House of Dior. Co-starring Isabelle Huppert and Jason Isaacs.
Festival Passes on sale now; early–bird discount through Aug. 31!
Now in its 33rd year, the AFI Latin American Film Festival is one of North America's largest and long-running showcases of Latin America cinema. Look for a list of early announcements on Tuesday, August 16; the complete lineup will be announced in early September.
One week only, Aug. 19–25
Tickets on sale now!
Inspired by France's Tricolore, the three films — THREE COLORS: BLUE, starring Juliette Binoche, THREE COLORS: WHITE, starring Julie Delpy and THREE COLORS: RED, starring Irène Jacob — explore human connections, emotional frailty and spiritual strength in thrilling, thought-provoking ways.
July 16–Sept. 5
All tickets $8
Aug. 20 & 21, 5:20 p.m.
Oct. 28–Nov. 3
Early announcements on sale now!
Get in the Halloween spirit this year with our annual presentation of F. W. Murnau's NOSFERATU, celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, and horror host Count Gore de Vol returns to present Wes Craven's A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET! Tickets on sale now for these two programs; the full series lineup will be announced soon.
The perfect gift for the film fan in your life!
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