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Beauty and the Beast

February 12 - 14, 2016

France | 1946 | 93 minutes | Jean Cocteau

SIFF Cinema Uptown | Valentine Classics
New restoration! Jean Cocteau’s sublime adaptation of Mme. Leprince de Beaumont’s fairy-tale masterpiece—in which the pure love of a beautiful girl melts the heart of a feral but gentle beast—is a landmark of motion picture fantasy, with unforgettably romantic performances by Jean Marais and Josette Day.

Harold and Maude

February 12 - 14, 2016

USA | 1971 | 91 Minutes | Hal Ashby

SIFF Cinema Uptown | Valentine Classics
Celebrate Valentine's Day with a love story that transcends the ages! Hal Ashby's tender outsider classic explores the relationship between the faux-suicidal young man Harold and his unlikely kindred spirit, goofy septuagenarian Maude. With free custom made tragi-romantic candy hearts and a pre-show Cat Stevens sing along.

Nosferatu with live soundtrack by The Invincible Czars

March 14

Germany | 1922 | 84 Minutes | F.W. Murnau

SIFF Cinema Uptown | Special Event
For over a decade, Austin music ensemble The Invincible Czars have been crafting original silent film scores that combine rock and orchestral music. The group joins us for a special live performance accompanying F.W. Murnau's 1922 vampire classic Nosferatu, in an original score that blends their unique sound with vocals, sampling, and elements of Bela Bartok's “Six Romanian Folk Dances”.

Rosemary's Baby

February 12

USA | 1968 | 136 minutes | Roman Polanski

SIFF Film Center
Free for members! Only $5.00 General Admission | Roman Polanski’s masterpiece of slow-build horror and abject paranoia follows a young couple (Mia Farrow and John Cassavetes) who move into a new apartment building populated by a coven of Satan worshiping witches, including the divine Ruth Gordon in an Academy Award® winning performance.

The Craft

February 12

USA | 1996 | 101 minutes | Andrew Fleming

SIFF Film Center
Free for members! Only $5.00 General Admission | In this 90’s classic, a new student at a Catholic prep high school becomes friends with three outcast girls – who also happen to be members of a teenage witch’s coven. Filled with wonderfully quotable dialogue, genuine scares, and a gloriously unhinged performance from Fairuza Balk. Get ready to call the corners! 35mm print!

The Devils

February 13

United Kingdom | 1971 | 111 minutes | Ken Russell

SIFF Film Center
Free for members! Only $5.00 General Admission | Ken Russell’s controversial classic chronicles the rise and fall of the unorthodox 17th-century priest Urbain Grandier (Oliver Reed), who builds a passionate following of nuns (some sexually obsessed) before being accused of witchcraft by the power-hungry Cardinal Richelieu. 35mm print, 111min original U.K. cut!

Wim Wenders: Portraits Along the Road

March 2 - 30, 2016

SIFF Film Center | Wednesdays
Northwest Film Forum | Thursdays
SIFF Cinema and Northwest Film Forum team up to present the stunning new retrospective of cinema’s preeminent poet of the open road: Wim Wenders. Beginning his career in Germany over 40 years ago, Wenders has since traveled the globe to make dramas, mysteries, fantasies, and documentaries, all featuring his unique style that blends intensity, spirituality, and a touch of whimsy. SIFF and NWFF members receive member discounts at both venues for this special program.

Witchfinder General

February 13

United Kingdom | 1968 | 86 minutes | Michael Reeves

SIFF Film Center
Free for members! Only $5.00 General Admission | British director Michael Reeves elicited one of horror legend Vincent Price’s most sinister performances as Matthew Hopkins, a villainous persecutor who terrorizes 17th Century England by traveling from town to town barbarically wrenching confessions from "witches" and executing them, all in order to line his pockets. 35mm print!