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    Wednesday, December 28
    1 PM
    Emeric Pressburger, Michael Powell,
    United Kingdom,
    1948,
    (133 mins)

    Digital Restoration

    Recommended for ages 10 & up

    Ballerina Moira Shearer must choose between love and art in this ravishing melodrama. “No flatscreen TV will ever do it justice—see it in the theater” (New York).
    At BAMPFA
    3:45 PM
    • Film
    • In-Person
    Wednesday, December 28
    3:45 PM
    Alexander Korda,
    France,
    1931,
    (127 mins)

    New Digital Restoration

    Introduced by Alice WatersThe first installment in the beloved Fanny Trilogy introduces César, boisterous proprietor of a Marseilles bar; his son Marius; and Fanny. “These films display such old-fashioned virtues as truth to life and boundless humanity” (Time Out). Come early for a themed lunch at Babette before the screening!
    At BAMPFA
    • Alice Waters
      Introduction
      Chef, author, and the proprietor of Chez Panisse
    7 PM
    Wednesday, December 28
    7 PM
    Satyajit Ray,
    India,
    1955,
    (125 mins)

    Digital Restoration

    The first film in the Apu Trilogy. Ravi Shankar provided the score for Ray’s debut film, the tale of a young boy in an impoverished Bengal village. The film won a special prize at Cannes: Best Human Document.
    At BAMPFA
    Wednesday, December 28
    All Day
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    Thursday, December 29
    1 PM
    Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger,
    United Kingdom,
    1951,
    (133 mins)

    Digital Restoration

    At BAMPFA
    3:45 PM
    • Film
    • In-Person
    Thursday, December 29
    3:45 PM
    Marc Allégret,
    France,
    1932,
    (127 mins)

    New Digital Restoration

    Introduced by Alice WatersThe continuation of the trilogy is Fanny’s tragedy but César’s story: he is played by the incomparable Raimu. Come early for a themed lunch at Babette before the screening!
    At BAMPFA
    • Alice Waters
      Introduction
      Chef, author, and proprietor of Chez Panisse
    4-7 PM
    • Art
    • In-Person
    Thursday, December 29
    4-7 PM

    Drop-in Art Making

    Visit the Art Lab to participate in an evolving series of hands-on projects with a focus on drawing, collage, prints, and books. For all ages.
    At BAMPFA
    Included with admission
    7 PM
    • Film
    • In-Person
    Thursday, December 29
    7 PM
    Satyajit Ray,
    India,
    1956,
    (106 mins)

    Digital Restoration

    The second film in the Apu Trilogy follows Apu’s family as they travel to the holy city of Benares along the banks of the Ganges. “Graceful, insightful, and moving” (S.F. Chronicle). November 13 screening introduced by filmmaker Robert Beavers.
    At BAMPFA
    • Robert Beavers
      Introduction
      Filmmaker Robert Beavers introduces the November 13 screening 
    Thursday, December 29
    All Day
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    Friday, December 30
    1 PM
    Emeric Pressburger, Michael Powell,
    United Kingdom,
    1955,
    (101 mins)

    Imported Print 

    At BAMPFA
    3:45 PM
    • Film
    • In-Person
    Friday, December 30
    3:45 PM
    Marcel Pagnol,
    France,
    1936,
    (142 mins)

    New Digital Restoration

    Introduced by Alice WatersThe conclusion of the trilogy poignantly evokes remembrances and regrets as the cycle of life and love begins again. “Today the modest charms and graces of the Pagnol trilogy seem more precious than ever” (Time Out). Come early for a themed lunch at Babette before the screening!
    At BAMPFA
    • Alice Waters
      Introduction
      Chef, author, and the proprietor of Chez Panisse
    4-9 PM
    • Art
    • In-Person
    Friday, December 30
    4-9 PM

    Drop-in Art Making

    Visit the Art Lab to participate in an evolving series of hands-on projects with a focus on drawing, collage, prints, and books. For all ages.
    At BAMPFA
    Included with admission
    7 PM
    Friday, December 30
    7 PM
    Satyajit Ray,
    India,
    1958,
    (103 mins)

    Digital Restoration

    The final film of the Apu Trilogy finds Apu as an adult, and in love. “So fresh and spontaneous that one feels . . . as if it were the world’s first love story” (Pauline Kael).
    At BAMPFA
    Friday, December 30
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    Saturday, December 31
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    Sunday, January 1
    All Day
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    1 PM
    • Art
    • In-Person
    • Tours
    Thursday, January 5
    1 PM
    A Free First Thursday tour spotlighting highlights of current exhibitions.
    At BAMPFA
    Included with admission; no advance reservations necessary
    4–7 PM
    • Art
    • In-Person
    Thursday, January 5
    4–7 PM

    Drop-in Art Making

    Visit the Art Lab to participate in an evolving series of hands-on projects with a focus on drawing, collage, prints, and books. For all ages.
    At BAMPFA
    Included with admission
    All Day
    Thursday, January 5
    All Day
    Galleries free all day.
    At BAMPFA
    Admission free
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    4–9 PM
    • Art
    • In-Person
    Friday, January 6
    4–9 PM

    Drop-in Art Making

    Visit the Art Lab to participate in an evolving series of hands-on projects with a focus on drawing, collage, prints, and books. For all ages.
    At BAMPFA
    Included with admission
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    11 AM–9 PM
    • Art
    • In-Person
    Saturday, January 7
    11 AM–9 PM

    Drop-in Art Making

    Visit the Art Lab to participate in an evolving series of hands-on projects with a focus on drawing, collage, prints, and books. For all ages.
    At BAMPFA
    Included with admission
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    11 AM-7 PM
    • Art
    • In-Person
    Sunday, January 8
    11 AM-7 PM

    Drop-in Art Making

    Visit the Art Lab to participate in an evolving series of hands-on projects with a focus on drawing, collage, prints, and books. For all ages.
    At BAMPFA
    Included with admission
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    4–7 PM
    • Art
    • In-Person
    Thursday, January 12
    4–7 PM

    Drop-in Art Making

    Visit the Art Lab to participate in an evolving series of hands-on projects with a focus on drawing, collage, prints, and books. For all ages.
    At BAMPFA
    Included with admission
    7 PM
    • In-Person
    Thursday, January 12
    7 PM

    Programmed by Shinichi Iova-Koga

    A night of dance, improvisation, music, and performance art with Ruth Zaporah, Yael Karavan, Cassie Tunick, ROVA, and Charles Gurke.
    At BAMPFA
    Seating is very limited
    Included with admission
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    4–9 PM
    • Art
    • In-Person
    Friday, January 13
    4–9 PM

    Drop-in Art Making

    Visit the Art Lab to participate in an evolving series of hands-on projects with a focus on drawing, collage, prints, and books. For all ages.
    At BAMPFA
    Included with admission
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    11:30 AM - 1 PM
    Saturday, January 14
    11:30 AM - 1 PM

    Ages 6 to 12 with accompanying adult(s)

    Learn how crossed threads become cloth through the process of weaving in a workshop inspired by Terri Friedman's current Art Wall installation. Family Fare is for kids ages 6 to 12 and their families.
    At BAMPFA
    Free for kids plus one adult
    Families
    • Anne Wolf
      With artist Anne Wolf
      Sculptor, installation, and community artist Anne Wolf works with fiber, cloth, clay, and found materials.
    11 AM–9 PM
    • Art
    • In-Person
    Saturday, January 14
    11 AM–9 PM

    Drop-in Art Making

    Visit the Art Lab to participate in an evolving series of hands-on projects with a focus on drawing, collage, prints, and books. For all ages.
    At BAMPFA
    Included with admission
    1 - 2:30 PM
    Saturday, January 14
    1 - 2:30 PM

    Ages 6 to 12 with accompanying adult(s)

    Learn how crossed threads become cloth through the process of weaving in a workshop inspired by Terri Friedman's current Art Wall installation. Family Fare is for kids ages 6 to 12 and their families.
    At BAMPFA
    Free for kids plus one adult
    Families
    • Anne Wolf
      With artist Anne Wolf
      Sculptor, installation, and community artist Anne Wolf works with fiber, cloth, clay, and found materials.
    Saturday, January 14
    3 PM

    Recommended for ages 8 and up (younger kids welcome as listeners)

    At BAMPFA
    Free for kids plus one accompanying adult
    Families
    • Jin Zhu
      Reading Led by Jin Zhu
      Zhu, a recent graduate of UC Berkeley’s MFA program, has tutored children in reading.
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    11 AM–7 PM
    • Art
    • In-Person
    Sunday, January 15
    11 AM–7 PM

    Drop-in Art Making

    Visit the Art Lab to participate in an evolving series of hands-on projects with a focus on drawing, collage, prints, and books. For all ages.
    At BAMPFA
    Included with admission
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    3:10 PM
    • Film
    • In-Person
    Wednesday, January 18
    3:10 PM
    Nicholas Ray,
    United States,
    1950,
    (94 mins)

    35mm Studio Print

    Humphrey Bogart and Gloria Grahame forge a fragile romance in Hollywood. "Never were despair and solitude so romantically alluring" (Time Out).
    At BAMPFA
    Tickets on sale to general public on December 15
    Special admission applies: General admission: $13.50. BAMPFA members: $9.50. UC Berkeley students: $7.50 65+, disabled persons, UC Berkeley faculty and staff, non-UC Berkeley students, and 18 & under: $10.50 /
    • David Thomson
      Lecture
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    4–7 PM
    • Art
    • In-Person
    Thursday, January 19
    4–7 PM

    Drop-in Art Making

    Visit the Art Lab to participate in an evolving series of hands-on projects with a focus on drawing, collage, prints, and books. For all ages.
    At BAMPFA
    Included with admission
    7 PM
    Thursday, January 19
    7 PM
    Nicholas Ray,
    United States,
    1949,
    (95 mins)

    35mm Archival Print

    Ray's lyrical, passionate debut follows a pair of fugitive innocents and influenced films from Pierrot le fou to Bonnie and Clyde. 
    At BAMPFA
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    11 AM – 9 PM
    Friday, January 20
    11 AM – 9 PM
    Those looking to exercise their right to free speech visually are invited to drop in for artist-facilitated poster and sign making, going on all day. Materials provided.
    At BAMPFA
    Friday, January 20
    12 PM
    Jill Satterfield of Vajra Yoga leads a mindfulness meditation session for all levels.
    At BAMPFA
    Friday, January 20
    3 PM
    An illustrated talk about the role of the book as a work of art in contemporary practice with Peter Rutledge Koch.
    At
    Included with admission
    4–9 PM
    • Art
    • In-Person
    Friday, January 20
    4–9 PM

    Drop-in Art Making

    Visit the Art Lab to participate in an evolving series of hands-on projects with a focus on drawing, collage, prints, and books. For all ages.
    At BAMPFA
    Included with admission
    Friday, January 20
    5 PM
    Performance by Celli@Berkeley, an all-cello ensemble founded by UC Berkeley students dedicated to dynamic performances in alternative spaces.
    At BAMPFA
    6—8:30 PM
    Friday, January 20
    6—8:30 PM
    Artist Barry Ebner guides you through the process of creating a series of monotypes with a focus on improvisation. 
    At BAMPFA
    Included with admission
    7 PM
    • Film
    Friday, January 20
    7 PM
    Juzo Itami,
    Japan,
    1986,
    (114 mins)

    New 4K Restoration

    Juzo Itami’s hit Japanese satire of samurai films and Westerns, one of the best-loved foodie films ever made. “Gleefully sensual and inventive” (Film Comment). 
    At BAMPFA
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    11 AM–9 PM
    • Art
    • In-Person
    Saturday, January 21
    11 AM–9 PM

    Drop-in Art Making

    Visit the Art Lab to participate in an evolving series of hands-on projects with a focus on drawing, collage, prints, and books. For all ages.
    At BAMPFA
    Included with admission
    3:30 PM
    • Film
    • Families
    Saturday, January 21
    3:30 PM
    Buster Keaton, Clyde Bruckman,
    United States,
    1926,
    (78 mins)

    Digital Restoration

    Recommended for ages 7 & up

    Buster hops on board a train to save both it and his girl in this masterpiece of silent comedy, boasting some of the greatest stunts, spills, and laughs in all of film. 
    At BAMPFA
    Families
    • Judith Rosenberg
      Live Music
      Judith Rosenberg on piano
    6 PM
    Saturday, January 21
    6 PM
    Nicholas Ray,
    United States,
    1949,
    (98 mins)

    35mm Archival Print

    Bogey's impassioned turn as a socially conscious lawyer for John Derek's pretty-boy criminal is audaciously filmed. "Hard-hitting, tautly crafted" (Time Out). 
    At BAMPFA
    8:15 PM
    • Film
    Saturday, January 21
    8:15 PM
    Juzo Itami,
    Japan,
    1986,
    (114 mins)

    New 4K Restoration

    Juzo Itami’s hit Japanese satire of samurai films and Westerns, one of the best-loved foodie films ever made. “Gleefully sensual and inventive” (Film Comment). 
    At BAMPFA
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    11 AM–7 PM
    • Art
    • In-Person
    Sunday, January 22
    11 AM–7 PM

    Drop-in Art Making

    Visit the Art Lab to participate in an evolving series of hands-on projects with a focus on drawing, collage, prints, and books. For all ages.
    At BAMPFA
    Included with admission
    2 PM
    Sunday, January 22
    2 PM
    Nicholas Ray,
    United States,
    1949,
    (95 mins)

    35mm Archival Print

    Ray's lyrical, passionate debut follows a pair of fugitive innocents and influenced films from Pierrot le fou to Bonnie and Clyde. 
    At BAMPFA
    4:15 PM
    Sunday, January 22
    4:15 PM
    Nicholas Ray,
    United States,
    1949,
    (98 mins)

    35mm Archival Print

    Bogey's impassioned turn as a socially conscious lawyer for John Derek's pretty-boy criminal is audaciously filmed. "Hard-hitting, tautly crafted" (Time Out). 
    At BAMPFA
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    Wednesday, January 25
    12 PM
    Boas kicks off our spring Big Ideas lecture series with a look at the modernist avant-gardes that influenced the California counterculture of the sixties.
    At BAMPFA
    Free
    Educators & Researchers
    3:10 PM
    • Film
    • In-Person
    Wednesday, January 25
    3:10 PM
    Howard Hawks,
    United States,
    1946,
    (114 mins)
    Hawks’s classic captures Raymond Chandler’s gallows humor and abrasive romanticism, with Bogart as Marlowe and Bacall as the fast-talking woman who invites him into an impossibly intricate web of blackmail and murder.
    At BAMPFA
    Tickets on sale to general public on December 15.
    Special admission applies: General admission: $13.50. BAMPFA members: $9.50. UC Berkeley students: $7.50 65+, disabled persons, UC Berkeley faculty and staff, non-UC Berkeley students, and 18 & under: $10.50 /
    • David Thomson
      Lecture
    7 PM
    • Film
    • In-Person
    Wednesday, January 25
    7 PM
    Jem Cohen,
    United States,
    2015,
    (121 mins)
    Coehn pays homage to his artistic forebears, in particular Chris Marker, while composing an intimate yet expansive film essay on modern urban life. With one of his Occupy Wall Street newsreels.
    At BAMPFA
    • Jem Cohen
      Les Blank Lecture
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    4–7 PM
    • Art
    • In-Person
    Thursday, January 26
    4–7 PM

    Drop-in Art Making

    Visit the Art Lab to participate in an evolving series of hands-on projects with a focus on drawing, collage, prints, and books. For all ages.
    At BAMPFA
    Included with admission
    Thursday, January 26
    7 PM
    Jean-Marie Straub, Danièle Huillet,
    Germany, Italy,
    1967,
    (135 mins)
    Loosely based on correspondence between Johann Sebastian Bach and his second wife, Chronicle is not a film about music, it is a film of music. With short.
    At BAMPFA
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    4 PM
    • Film
    Friday, January 27
    4 PM
    Juzo Itami,
    Japan,
    1986,
    (114 mins)

    New 4K Restoration

    Juzo Itami’s hit Japanese satire of samurai films and Westerns, one of the best-loved foodie films ever made. “Gleefully sensual and inventive” (Film Comment). 
    At BAMPFA
    4–9 PM
    • Art
    • In-Person
    Friday, January 27
    4–9 PM

    Drop-in Art Making

    Visit the Art Lab to participate in an evolving series of hands-on projects with a focus on drawing, collage, prints, and books. For all ages.
    At BAMPFA
    Included with admission
    6—8 PM
    Friday, January 27
    6—8 PM
    A launch event for the Heavy Breathing Reader with writer and performer Claudia La Rocco and other guest artists.
    At BAMPFA
    Included with admission
    • Claudia La Rocco
      Writer Claudia La Rocco is the author of the selected writings The Best Most Useless Dress and the novel petit cadeau; she is editor-in-chief of SFMOMA’s Open Space. 
    Series Readings 2017
    Friday, January 27
    7:30 PM
    Tamer El Said,
    Egypt, Germany,
    2016,
    (119 mins)

    East Bay Premiere

    A personal portrait of Cairo during the fall of the Mubarak regime, and a snapshot of the Arab Spring. “A city requiem rather than a city symphony” (Variety). 
    At BAMPFA
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    Saturday, January 28
    1 PM
    B. Ruby Rich, Karen Fiss, Laura Pérez, and Raquel Cecilia discuss the filmworks of Ana Mendieta, on view in Covered in Time and History.
    At BAMPFA
    Included with admission
    Panel Discussion
    • B. Ruby Rich
    • Karen Fiss
    • Laura Pérez
    • Raquel Cecilia
    11 AM–9 PM
    • Art
    • In-Person
    Saturday, January 28
    11 AM–9 PM

    Drop-in Art Making

    Visit the Art Lab to participate in an evolving series of hands-on projects with a focus on drawing, collage, prints, and books. For all ages.
    At BAMPFA
    Included with admission
    5:30 PM
    Saturday, January 28
    5:30 PM
    Gillo Pontecorvo,
    Algeria, Italy,
    1966,
    (123 mins)

    New 4K Restoration

    One of the best films on revolution ever made, Pontecorvo’s agit-prop classic concerns Algeria’s struggle for independence against its French overlords. “A masterpiece! Surely the most harrowing political epic ever!” (New Yorker).
    At BAMPFA
    8 PM
    Saturday, January 28
    8 PM
    Nicholas Ray,
    United States,
    1950,
    (94 mins)

    Also screens on 1.18.17 in In Focus: Hollywood Outsiders

    Humphrey Bogart and Gloria Grahame forge a fragile romance in Hollywood. "Never were despair and solitude so romantically alluring" (Time Out). 
    At BAMPFA
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    11 AM–7 PM
    • Art
    • In-Person
    Sunday, January 29
    11 AM–7 PM

    Drop-in Art Making

    Visit the Art Lab to participate in an evolving series of hands-on projects with a focus on drawing, collage, prints, and books. For all ages.
    At BAMPFA
    Included with admission
    Sunday, January 29
    1:30 PM
    German Democratic Republic,
    1965,
    (95 mins)
    Straub-Huillet take dynamite to the fabric of postwar Germany in this powerful adaptation of a Heinrich Böll story about a German family before, during, and after the Nazi era. With shorts.
    At BAMPFA
    • Erik Ulman
      Introduction
      Erik Ulman, a composer and lecturer in music at Stanford University, writes on music, poetry, and film; he codirects, with Marcia Scott, the arts organization Poto.
    Sunday, January 29
    4 PM
    Tamer El Said,
    Egypt, Germany,
    2016,
    (119 mins)

    East Bay Premiere

    A personal portrait of Cairo during the fall of the Mubarak regime, and a snapshot of the Arab Spring. “A city requiem rather than a city symphony” (Variety). 
    At BAMPFA
    Sunday, January 29
    7 PM
    Nicholas Ray,
    United States,
    1955,
    (111 mins)

    35mm 'Scope Print

    James Dean's family is tearing him apart in Ray's classic, still-fresh study of American adolescence.
    At BAMPFA
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    Monday, January 30
    6:30 PM
    Butler is Maxine Elliot Professor in the Department of Comparative Literature at UC Berkeley. Nelson, a 2016 MacArthur Fellow, is the author of numerous works of nonfiction and poetry and directs the creative writing program at California Institute of the Arts.
    At BAMPFA
    Free admission
    Educators & Researchers
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    Wednesday, February 1
    12 PM
    Explore the Left Coast with Boal, a social historian of science and technics and one of the founders of the Retort Collective, an association of radical writers, teachers, artists, and activists.
    At BAMPFA
    Free
    Educators & Researchers
    3:10 PM
    • Film
    • In-Person
    Wednesday, February 1
    3:10 PM
    Fritz Lang,
    United States,
    1953,
    (90 mins)

    35mm Studio Print

    Obsessive detective Glenn Ford goes up against organized crime and crooked cops in Fritz Lang’s cynical noir, anchored by a magnetic performance by Gloria Grahame as the femme fatale.
    At BAMPFA
    Tickets on sale to general public on December 15.
    Special admission applies: General admission: $13.50. BAMPFA members: $9.50. UC Berkeley students: $7.50 65+, disabled persons, UC Berkeley faculty and staff, non-UC Berkeley students, and 18 & under: $10.50 /
    • David Thomson
      Lecture
    7 PM
    • Film
    • In-Person
    Wednesday, February 1
    7 PM
    Paz Encina,
    Paraguay,
    2016,
    (70 mins)
    In this experimental documentary, Encina investigates the Paraguayan dictatorship of Alfredo Stroessner (1954–89) through the memories of the children of his “disappeared” opponent, the dissident Agustín Goiburú. 
    At BAMPFA
    In Conversation
    • Paz Encina
    • Natalia Brizuela
      Associate Professor of Spanish and Portuguese at UC Berkeley
    2
    1 PM
    • Art
    • In-Person
    • Tours
    Thursday, February 2
    1 PM
    A Free First Thursday tour spotlighting highlights of current exhibitions.
    At BAMPFA
    Included with admission; no advance reservations necessary
    7 PM
    • Film
    • In-Person
    Thursday, February 2
    7 PM
    Paz Encina,
    Paraguay,
    2014-16,
    (50 mins)
    This omnibus combines two nonfiction pieces based on documents found in the Paraguayan secret police’s “Archives of Terror” with a narrative work based on a story by Rafael Barrett. Includes short A Wind from the South.  
    At BAMPFA
    In Conversation
    • Paz Encina
    • Natalia Brizuela
      Natalia Brizuela, Guest Curator, Associate Professor of Spanish and Portuguese at UC Berkeley
    All Day
    Thursday, February 2
    All Day
    Galleries free all day.
    At BAMPFA
    Admission free
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    Friday, February 3
    4 PM
    Tamer El Said,
    Egypt, Germany,
    2016,
    (119 mins)

    East Bay Premiere

    A personal portrait of Cairo during the fall of the Mubarak regime, and a snapshot of the Arab Spring. “A city requiem rather than a city symphony” (Variety). 
    At BAMPFA
    Friday, February 3
    7 PM
    Nicholas Ray,
    United States,
    1957,
    (92 mins)
    Ray transforms an American legend into a personal study of displaced, disenchanted youth.
    At BAMPFA
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    4 PM
    • Film
    Saturday, February 4
    4 PM
    Nicholas Ray,
    United States,
    1958,
    (99 mins)

    35mm 'Scope Print

    Ray shows characteristic visual flair in this gangland tale, set in a stylized Chicago and starring Robert Taylor and Cyd Charisse.
    At BAMPFA
    6:30 PM
    Saturday, February 4
    6:30 PM
    Nicholas Ray,
    United States,
    1951,
    (82 mins)
    On a rural manhunt, brutal urban cop Robert Ryan has his eyes opened by blind Ida Lupino in this eloquent, brooding noir. 
    At BAMPFA
    8:15 PM
    Saturday, February 4
    8:15 PM
    Gillo Pontecorvo,
    Algeria, Italy,
    1966,
    (123 mins)

    New 4K Restoration

    One of the best films on revolution ever made, Pontecorvo’s agit-prop classic concerns Algeria’s struggle for independence against its French overlords. “A masterpiece! Surely the most harrowing political epic ever!” (New Yorker).
    At BAMPFA
    5
    Sunday, February 5
    2 PM
    Jean-Marie Straub, Danièle Huillet,
    France,
    1982,
    (100 mins)
    Scenes from the French countryside and urban Egypt bookend this “politicized landscape” film, based on letters by Friedrich Engels and two militant Egyptian Marxists.
    At BAMPFA
    4:30 PM
    Sunday, February 5
    4:30 PM
    In this illustrated lecture, Paz Encina discusses her installation work and the importance of site specificity for both her artwork and her films.
    At
    Free admission
    • Paz Encina
    7 PM
    Sunday, February 5
    7 PM
    Nicholas Ray,
    United States,
    1952,
    (113 mins)
    Emotionally rich, socially insightful, beautifully filmed story of fifties rodeo rider Robert Mitchum, cowboy Arthur Kennedy, and conflicted wife Susan Hayward. 
    At BAMPFA