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Current Programming

40th anniversary
Set in a futuristic, dystopian Los Angeles, Ridley Scott's 1982 sci-fi drama follows Deckard (Harrison Ford), a blade runner charged with hunting down and terminating six replicants, humanlike androids who have gone rogue and returned to Earth to confront their creators.
Aug. 5–11.
July 15–Sept. 20
Aug. 7 & 8, both in 35mm: Akira Kurosawa's 1955 drama I LIVE IN FEAR, starring Toshiro Mifune as an industrialist consumed by fears of nuclear annihilation, and Mikio Naruse's 1956 drama A WIFE'S HEART, starring Mifune as a sympathetic bank clerk assisting an unhappy woman (Hideko Takamine) with financial troubles. Intros by Michael Jeck on Aug. 7!
50th anniversary
Based on the bestseller by Mario Puzo, Francis Ford Coppola's darkly sympathetic mafia drama stars Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, James Caan and Robert Duvall. The story spans 10 years in the lives of the Corleones, as the youngest son is drawn into the family business.
Aug. 5–11.
Exclusive recorded intro by director David Lynch
25th anniversary; 4K restoration
A tormented jazz musician (Bill Pullman) finds himself accused of murdering his wife (Patricia Arquette), but has no recollection of the events. He suffers an intense headache and wakes up as a young auto mechanic (Balthazar Getty) with disturbing troubles of his own.
Aug. 5–11.
July 15–Sept. 21
This week: Jean Arthur and Edward Arnold star in Mitchell Leisen's rambunctious rom-com EASY LIVING, about a series of comic misunderstandings caused by a discarded fur coat, and Carole Lombard and Frederic March star in William A. Wellman's NOTHING SACRED, a rollicking comedy satirizing media-generated fame.
July 15–Sept. 14
This week: TORN CURTAIN. In Alfred Hitchcock's suspense-filled 1966 Cold War thriller, distraught Sarah (Julie Andrews) follows her atomic scientist fiancé Michael (Paul Newman) as he shocks his friends and family by defecting behind the Iron Curtain. Sarah soon learns her husband isn't a spy but a double agent, and both their lives are in jeopardy.
July 30–Sept. 19
This week: 50th anniversary of WHAT'S UP, DOC?, Peter Bogdanovich's 1972 homage to classic screwball comedy. Set in San Francisco, it stars Barbra Streisand as clever, carefree and calamity-prone Judy Maxwell and Ryan O'Neal as Howard Bannister, the hapless musicologist in her sights.
July 17–Sept. 21
This week: Elia Kazan's Oscar®-winning 1954 drama ON THE WATERFRONT, starring Marlon Brando as an ex-boxer mixed up in murder; Stanley Kubrick's second feature film, the innovative 1955 gangster drama KILLER'S KISS; and charming 1953 fable LITTLE FUGITIVE, following a seven-year-old who runs away to Coney Island.
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 in mid-August; the complete lineup and schedule will be announced in early September.
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.
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.
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.
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