Join us for a series of discussions charting a course through the post-World War II history of motion pictures. We will take a chronological tour of international cinema, including stops in Italy, Sweden, Germany, Hong Kong, and Argentina. Films scheduled to be discussed are:
September 19: Rome, Open City (Roberto Rossellini, Italy, 1945)
October 3: Rear Window (Alfred Hitchcock, US, 1954)
October 10: The Virgin Spring (Ingmar Bergman, Sweden, 1960)
October 17: Faces (John Cassavetes, US, 1968)
October 24: Alice in the Cities (Wim Wenders, Germany, 1974)
October 31: Tootsie (Sydney Pollack, US, 1982)
November 7: Days of Being Wild (Wong Kar-wai, Hong Kong, 1990)
November 14: Black Is . . . Black Ain’t (Marlon Riggs, US, 1995)
November 21: La Ciénaga (Lucrecia Martel, Argentina, 2000)
November 28: Me and You and Everyone We Know (Miranda July, US, 2005)
Please note: As this discussion series occurs on Mondays, and Mondays are a VacCinema day at BMFI, only fully vaccinated students may enroll. Each individual will be asked to show proof of vaccination by presenting their vaccination card or a clear photo of it, as well as photo ID, prior to entering BMFI. Please arrive early to allow adequate time for this process. You may visit the VacCinema page for further information.
In addition: though participants will be able to select their own seats upon entering the theater, please be mindful of others’ desire for distance when making your selection. Masks are recommended while indoors at BMFI. Please email Jill Malcolm with any questions.