Film/Video

The Umbrellas of Cherbourg
July 10

The Umbrellas of Cherbourg is an equally joyful and melancholy ode to young love; Jacques Demy followed up Umbrellas with another musical, The Young Girls of Rochefort, which stars Catherine Deneuve and her real-life sister Françoise Dorléac.

Alphaville
July 11

With its striking black-and-white photography, Alphaville turns 1960s Paris into an icily dehumanized city of the future.

Roger Ebert
July 15

“This was the absolutely, positively easiest film to program ever in my history at Sundance. It’s a triple threat. First, it’s about a man we all know and love. Second, it’s about cinema and history and everything we love here at Sundance. Third, it’s the next film by Steve James.”—Sundance Film Festival director John Cooper

Godzilla
July 17

A pop culture icon, a metaphor for nuclear weapons, and one of the biggest (and perpetually revived) film franchises in history, Godzilla was unleashed on Japanese audiences, and eventually the world, for the first time in this sci-fi classic.

Rear Window
July 17

Alfred Hitchcock’s classic Rear Window stars Jimmy Stewart as a photographer sidelined by a broken leg who happens to live in an apartment with a bird’s eye view of all of the other apartments in his complex.

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