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Charlie Chaplin shorts

USA | 74 minutes |

Join "The Little Tramp" in his mis-adventures in this collection of short films, with live accompaniment by Donald Sosin. Fun for all ages!

J’accuse

France | 1919 | 165 minutes | Abel Gance

Considered the first great pacifist film, this 1919 French silent concerns a tragic love triangle between a soldier, his wife, and her lover set against the horrors of World War I. This fully restored digital print is courtesy of the Netherlands Film Museum.

Last Year at Marienbad

France | 1961 | 94 minutes | Alain Resnais

Late French director Alain Resnais’ enigmatic, voluptuous drama—winner of the 1961 Venice Film Festival Golden Lion and now restored in glorious 35mm—explores the mysterious, surreal relationship between three unnamed protagonists against the grounds of a grand hotel.

The Lusty Men

USA | 1952 | 113 minutes | Nicholas Ray

Robert Mitchum headlines this rough, rabble-rousing rodeo drama about a red-headed woman who comes between two red-blooded men in Nicholas Ray’s (Rebel Without a Cause ) final RKO film. Print courtesy of the Film Foundation Collection at the Academy Film Archive.

A Masque of Madness

Austria | 2013 | 80 minutes | Norbert Pfaffenbichler

Frankenstein’s monster interacts with other Boris Karloff creations in this kaleidoscopic tribute to the screen legend’s magnificent voice and 50 years in the business.

Mr. Deeds Goes to Town

USA | 1936 | 115 minutes | Frank Capra

Capra’s screwball classic features Gary Cooper as a small-town greeting card poet who inherits a fortune, and falls prey to a scheming crop of opportunistic characters. A brand-new restoration from the original negative.

The Pawnbroker

USA | 1964 | 116 minutes | Sidney Lumet

Sidney Lumet’s 1964 drama, about a Holocaust survivor-turned-pawnbroker in East Harlem who is haunted by the wickedness of the world, boasts a groundbreaking Quincy Jones score and Rod Steiger’s star-making lead performance. Shown in a newly struck 50th anniversary print. With introduction by Quincy Jones!

Queen Margot

France | 1994 | 159 minutes | Patrice Chéreau

Shown fully restored to its original length, this multiple César award-winner is based on the classic novel by Alexandre Dumas. This sumptuous historical drama details the Catholic Marguerite de Valois, nicknamed Margot, as she’s bound in a loveless political marriage to Henri de Bourbon.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show

United Kingdom | 1975 | 100 minutes | Jim Sharman

May 16 | 40th Anniversary Special Presentation

The longest-running theatrical release in history, which premiered at the first Seattle International Film Festival, returns for a special interactive celebration that includes goodie bags, subtitled lyrics, and more. Don’t dream it, be it.

The Servant

United Kingdom | 1963 | 115 minutes | Joseph Losey

Sexual taboos, power plays, clandestine longings, and the fragility of class relations all play a part in Harold Pinter’s breathtakingly biting takedown of British aristocracy and social mores. Adapted from Robin Maugham’s 1948 novelette. This extraordinary, recent restoration celebrates the film’s 50th anniversary.

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