Anthology Film Archives - Calendar Events http://anthologyfilmarchives.org An international center for the preservation, study, and exhibition of film and video with a particular focus on American independent and avant-garde cinema and its precursors found in classic European, Soviet and Japanese film. en-us Mon, 22 Sep 2014 16:14:13 -0400 A LIFE IN DIRTY MOVIES http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=09&year=2014#showing-43120 <p>NEW YORK THEATRICAL PREMIERE RUN!<br /><br />Distributed by Film Movement; thanks to Rebeca Conget &amp; Mallory Jacobs.<br /><br />A LIFE IN DIRTY MOVIES is a love story about legendary sexploitation director Joe Sarno, &ldquo;the Ingmar Bergman of 42nd Street,&rdquo; and his wife and collaborator Peggy. The film follows the Sarnos for a year, as 88-year old Joe struggles to get a new movie project off the ground &ndash; a female-centric softcore film that harkens back to the style of his work in the 1960s. The film beautifully weaves together a portrait of a loving relationship sustained over many decades, with a brief history of the rise of sexploitation and Sarno&rsquo;s development as a filmmaker who brought to the genre an unprecedented level of craft and sensitivity. Graced with in-depth interviews with both Sarnos, as well as luminaries such as John Waters, scholars Linda Williams and Michael Bowen (frequent Anthology collaborator and curator of our ongoing &ldquo;Beyond Cassavetes&rdquo; series), and legendary porn stars Jamie Gillis and Annie Sprinkle, THE SARNOS is also generously illustrated with clips from Sarno&rsquo;s classic films, adding up to a vibrant portrait of the classiest couple in erotic cinema!<br /><br />PLUS!:<br /><br />For those whose appetite is whetted by the excerpts featured in the documentary, we&rsquo;ll be providing the opportunity to see many of the films in their entirety as well, with nightly screenings of Sarno&rsquo;s work during the documentary&rsquo;s week-long run. Sarno was the subject of an extensive Anthology retrospective following his death in 2010, but this time we&rsquo;ll be showing a substantially different group of films, including works like SIN IN THE SUBURBS, THE SEX CYCLE, ABIGAIL LESLEY IS BACK IN TOWN, and the (non-hardcore!) DEEP THROAT, PART II.<br /><br /><strong>PEGGY STEFFANS SARNO WILL BE HERE IN PERSON FOR SELECTED SCREENINGS!<br /><br /></strong>Special thanks to Michael Bowen, Marc Bruder (CED), Sebastian del Castillo (American Genre Film Archive), Paige Davis &amp; Michael Raso (Pop Cinema), Matt Jones (University of North Carolina School of the Arts), and Lisa Petrucci (Something Weird).</p> Monday, September 22 ABIGAIL LESLEY IS BACK IN TOWN http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=09&year=2014#showing-43141 <p>One of Sarno&rsquo;s last soft-core features before the advent of hardcore, ABIGAIL LESLEY is a soul-searching study of small-town sexual politics and unrequited passion. Sarah Nicholson&rsquo;s gutsy, intuitive performance is well supported by fellow cast members Jamie Gillis, Jennifer Welles, Eric Edwards, Sonny Lanham, and the late, great Mary Mendum. Shot on location in Sarno&rsquo;s hometown of Amityville, New York. Steamy!<br /><br /><strong>SARAH NICHOLSON WILL BE HERE IN PERSON ON FRI, SEPT 26!</strong></p> <p><strong><br /></strong></p> Monday, September 22 A LIFE IN DIRTY MOVIES http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=09&year=2014#showing-43121 <p>NEW YORK THEATRICAL PREMIERE RUN!<br /><br />Distributed by Film Movement; thanks to Rebeca Conget &amp; Mallory Jacobs.<br /><br />A LIFE IN DIRTY MOVIES is a love story about legendary sexploitation director Joe Sarno, &ldquo;the Ingmar Bergman of 42nd Street,&rdquo; and his wife and collaborator Peggy. The film follows the Sarnos for a year, as 88-year old Joe struggles to get a new movie project off the ground &ndash; a female-centric softcore film that harkens back to the style of his work in the 1960s. The film beautifully weaves together a portrait of a loving relationship sustained over many decades, with a brief history of the rise of sexploitation and Sarno&rsquo;s development as a filmmaker who brought to the genre an unprecedented level of craft and sensitivity. Graced with in-depth interviews with both Sarnos, as well as luminaries such as John Waters, scholars Linda Williams and Michael Bowen (frequent Anthology collaborator and curator of our ongoing &ldquo;Beyond Cassavetes&rdquo; series), and legendary porn stars Jamie Gillis and Annie Sprinkle, THE SARNOS is also generously illustrated with clips from Sarno&rsquo;s classic films, adding up to a vibrant portrait of the classiest couple in erotic cinema!<br /><br />PLUS!:<br /><br />For those whose appetite is whetted by the excerpts featured in the documentary, we&rsquo;ll be providing the opportunity to see many of the films in their entirety as well, with nightly screenings of Sarno&rsquo;s work during the documentary&rsquo;s week-long run. Sarno was the subject of an extensive Anthology retrospective following his death in 2010, but this time we&rsquo;ll be showing a substantially different group of films, including works like SIN IN THE SUBURBS, THE SEX CYCLE, ABIGAIL LESLEY IS BACK IN TOWN, and the (non-hardcore!) DEEP THROAT, PART II.<br /><br /><strong>PEGGY STEFFANS SARNO WILL BE HERE IN PERSON FOR SELECTED SCREENINGS!<br /><br /></strong>Special thanks to Michael Bowen, Marc Bruder (CED), Sebastian del Castillo (American Genre Film Archive), Paige Davis &amp; Michael Raso (Pop Cinema), Matt Jones (University of North Carolina School of the Arts), and Lisa Petrucci (Something Weird).</p> Tuesday, September 23 DEEP THROAT, PART II http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=09&year=2014#showing-43134 <p>An R-rated sequel to DEEP THROAT? With no sex and endless, baggy-pants humor? Sarno&rsquo;s sequel to the infamous porn classic stars the late Linda Lovelace along with a stunning cross-section of New York&rsquo;s porn repertory company (Harry Reems, Jamie Gillis, Marc Stevens, Helen Madigan, Tina Russell, and Georgina Spelvin). So many porn stars, so little porn... Kudos as well for goofy performances by Gus Thomas and Levi Richards as the nerdy Dilbert Lamb.</p> <p><strong>Joe Sarno&rsquo;s official biographer, Michael Bowen, will introduce the screening on Sat, Sept 20!</strong></p> Tuesday, September 23 NEWFILMMAKERS http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=09&year=2014#showing-42908 <p>For full program listings, visit&nbsp;<a href="http://www.newfilmmakers.com" target="_blank">www.newfilmmakers.com</a>.</p> Wednesday, September 24 A LIFE IN DIRTY MOVIES http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=09&year=2014#showing-43122 <p>NEW YORK THEATRICAL PREMIERE RUN!<br /><br />Distributed by Film Movement; thanks to Rebeca Conget &amp; Mallory Jacobs.<br /><br />A LIFE IN DIRTY MOVIES is a love story about legendary sexploitation director Joe Sarno, &ldquo;the Ingmar Bergman of 42nd Street,&rdquo; and his wife and collaborator Peggy. The film follows the Sarnos for a year, as 88-year old Joe struggles to get a new movie project off the ground &ndash; a female-centric softcore film that harkens back to the style of his work in the 1960s. The film beautifully weaves together a portrait of a loving relationship sustained over many decades, with a brief history of the rise of sexploitation and Sarno&rsquo;s development as a filmmaker who brought to the genre an unprecedented level of craft and sensitivity. Graced with in-depth interviews with both Sarnos, as well as luminaries such as John Waters, scholars Linda Williams and Michael Bowen (frequent Anthology collaborator and curator of our ongoing &ldquo;Beyond Cassavetes&rdquo; series), and legendary porn stars Jamie Gillis and Annie Sprinkle, THE SARNOS is also generously illustrated with clips from Sarno&rsquo;s classic films, adding up to a vibrant portrait of the classiest couple in erotic cinema!<br /><br />PLUS!:<br /><br />For those whose appetite is whetted by the excerpts featured in the documentary, we&rsquo;ll be providing the opportunity to see many of the films in their entirety as well, with nightly screenings of Sarno&rsquo;s work during the documentary&rsquo;s week-long run. Sarno was the subject of an extensive Anthology retrospective following his death in 2010, but this time we&rsquo;ll be showing a substantially different group of films, including works like SIN IN THE SUBURBS, THE SEX CYCLE, ABIGAIL LESLEY IS BACK IN TOWN, and the (non-hardcore!) DEEP THROAT, PART II.<br /><br /><strong>PEGGY STEFFANS SARNO WILL BE HERE IN PERSON FOR SELECTED SCREENINGS!<br /><br /></strong>Special thanks to Michael Bowen, Marc Bruder (CED), Sebastian del Castillo (American Genre Film Archive), Paige Davis &amp; Michael Raso (Pop Cinema), Matt Jones (University of North Carolina School of the Arts), and Lisa Petrucci (Something Weird).</p> Wednesday, September 24 SIN IN THE SUBURBS http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=09&year=2014#showing-43128 <p>Fiftieth Anniversary screening! One of Sarno&rsquo;s first features and a cornerstone of 1960s sexploitation, SIN IN THE SUBURBS plunges vertiginously into the darkest corners of post-War sexuality. Starring the legendary Audrey Campbell with an early appearance by Dyanne &ldquo;Ilsa&rdquo; Thorne.<br /><br />&ldquo;For newcomers to the [sex film] genre, I would suggest&hellip;the soft-core classics of Russ Meyer, Radley Metzger, and Joe Sarno.&rdquo; &ndash;Andrew Sarris<br /><br /><strong>Joe Sarno&rsquo;s official biographer, Michael Bowen, will introduce the screening on Fri, Sept 19!</strong></p> Wednesday, September 24 A LIFE IN DIRTY MOVIES http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=09&year=2014#showing-43123 <p>NEW YORK THEATRICAL PREMIERE RUN!<br /><br />Distributed by Film Movement; thanks to Rebeca Conget &amp; Mallory Jacobs.<br /><br />A LIFE IN DIRTY MOVIES is a love story about legendary sexploitation director Joe Sarno, &ldquo;the Ingmar Bergman of 42nd Street,&rdquo; and his wife and collaborator Peggy. The film follows the Sarnos for a year, as 88-year old Joe struggles to get a new movie project off the ground &ndash; a female-centric softcore film that harkens back to the style of his work in the 1960s. The film beautifully weaves together a portrait of a loving relationship sustained over many decades, with a brief history of the rise of sexploitation and Sarno&rsquo;s development as a filmmaker who brought to the genre an unprecedented level of craft and sensitivity. Graced with in-depth interviews with both Sarnos, as well as luminaries such as John Waters, scholars Linda Williams and Michael Bowen (frequent Anthology collaborator and curator of our ongoing &ldquo;Beyond Cassavetes&rdquo; series), and legendary porn stars Jamie Gillis and Annie Sprinkle, THE SARNOS is also generously illustrated with clips from Sarno&rsquo;s classic films, adding up to a vibrant portrait of the classiest couple in erotic cinema!<br /><br />PLUS!:<br /><br />For those whose appetite is whetted by the excerpts featured in the documentary, we&rsquo;ll be providing the opportunity to see many of the films in their entirety as well, with nightly screenings of Sarno&rsquo;s work during the documentary&rsquo;s week-long run. Sarno was the subject of an extensive Anthology retrospective following his death in 2010, but this time we&rsquo;ll be showing a substantially different group of films, including works like SIN IN THE SUBURBS, THE SEX CYCLE, ABIGAIL LESLEY IS BACK IN TOWN, and the (non-hardcore!) DEEP THROAT, PART II.<br /><br /><strong>PEGGY STEFFANS SARNO WILL BE HERE IN PERSON FOR SELECTED SCREENINGS!<br /><br /></strong>Special thanks to Michael Bowen, Marc Bruder (CED), Sebastian del Castillo (American Genre Film Archive), Paige Davis &amp; Michael Raso (Pop Cinema), Matt Jones (University of North Carolina School of the Arts), and Lisa Petrucci (Something Weird).</p> Thursday, September 25 THE SEX CYCLE http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=09&year=2014#showing-43139 <p>Sarno&rsquo;s interest in occult subjects is brilliantly displayed in this Faustian tale of lust and sexual ambition. THE SEX CYCLE features lush, chiaroscuro lighting by Sarno&rsquo;s regular DP Bruce Sparks, and stars Joanna Mills and the great Peggy Steffans (Sarno&rsquo;s wife) along with a stellar supporting cast (Nick Linkov, Victor Bertini, Michael Alaimo, Cherie Winters, and the scintillating Irene DeBari).</p> Thursday, September 25 ABIGAIL LESLEY IS BACK IN TOWN http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=09&year=2014#showing-43142 <p>One of Sarno&rsquo;s last soft-core features before the advent of hardcore, ABIGAIL LESLEY is a soul-searching study of small-town sexual politics and unrequited passion. Sarah Nicholson&rsquo;s gutsy, intuitive performance is well supported by fellow cast members Jamie Gillis, Jennifer Welles, Eric Edwards, Sonny Lanham, and the late, great Mary Mendum. Shot on location in Sarno&rsquo;s hometown of Amityville, New York. Steamy!<br /><br /><strong>SARAH NICHOLSON WILL BE HERE IN PERSON ON FRI, SEPT 26!</strong></p> <p><strong><br /></strong></p> Friday, September 26 EC: CLASSICS OF THE TWENTIES http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=09&year=2014#showing-43223 <p>Fernand L&eacute;ger &amp; Dudley Murphy<br />BALLET M&Eacute;CANIQUE (1924, 19 min, 35mm, b&amp;w, silent. Preserved by Anthology Film Archives.)<br /><br />Ren&eacute; Clair &amp; Francis Picabia<br />ENTR&rsquo;ACTE (1924, 22 min, 35mm, b&amp;w)<br /><br />Man Ray<br />LE RETOUR &Agrave; LA RAISON (1923, 2 min, 16mm, b&amp;w, silent)<br /><br />&Eacute;TOILE DE MER (1927, 13 min, 16mm, b&amp;w, silent)<br /><br />EMAK BAKIA (1927, 18 min, 35mm, b&amp;w, silent)<br /><br />Marcel Duchamp &amp; Man Ray<br />ANEMIC CINEMA (1926, 7 min, 35mm, b&amp;w, silent)<br /><br />Total running time: ca. 85 min.</p> Friday, September 26 MOONLIGHTING WIVES http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=09&year=2014#showing-43131 <p>Print courtesy of the American Genre Film Archive.<br /><br />1960s suburban Long Island becomes a hotbed of rampant adultery and illegal laissez faire. Joan, an ambitious but disgruntled housewife, turns her evening stenography business into a thriving prostitution ring. In order to satisfy her own desire for material success, she forces young women to join her enterprise through emotional manipulation and blackmail. Although the money is rolling in, Joan&rsquo;s dereliction of her domestic responsibilities pushes her disgusted husband straight into the arms of a nubile, 18-year-old babysitter, all the while leading the police closer to discovering Joan&rsquo;s secret.</p> Friday, September 26 EC: LAUREL AND HARDY http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=09&year=2014#showing-43225 <p>&ldquo;Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy are the movies&rsquo; greatest comic duo, the quintessential dumb and dumber odd-couple. Though critically overshadowed by Chaplin, Keaton, and Lloyd, they were enormously popular, and proved a major influence on Abbott &amp; Costello, Lucille Ball &amp; Vivian Vance, and Jackie Gleason &amp; Art Carney, not to mention Samuel Beckett (they were an inspiration for WAITING FOR GODOT), Roman Polanski (who paid homage to them in his existentialist short films FAT AND LEAN and TWO MEN AND A WARDROBE), and Ken Jacobs (whose ONTIC ANTICS deconstructs one of their films).&rdquo; &ndash;David Mulkins<br /><br />COUNTY HOSPITAL (1932, 20 min, 16mm, b&amp;w. Directed by James Parrott.)<br /><br />THEM THAR HILLS (1934, 20 min, 16mm, b&amp;w. Directed by Charley Rogers.)<br /><br />TIT FOR TAT (1935, 20 min, 16mm, b&amp;w. Directed by Charley Rogers.)<br /><br />Total running time: ca. 65 min.</p> Saturday, September 27 EC: GEORGE & MIKE KUCHAR http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=09&year=2014#showing-43227 <p>All films preserved by Anthology with support from the National Film Preservation Foundation.<br /><br />THE NAKED AND THE NUDE (1957, 36 min, 8mm-to-16mm blow-up, sound on CD)<br />The oldest surviving Kuchar mini-epic, this patriotic WWII period piece (made by high schoolers) chronicles the desires and destinies of carnal appetites on the front line.<br /><br />&ldquo;Big&hellip;Rousing&hellip;Memorable! The incredible war saga of our own boys in a Jap-infested jungle in the Botanical Gardens. Hear Lloyd Thorner sing the title song. You&rsquo;ll come out whistling from both ends.&rdquo; &ndash;G.K.<br /><br />PUSSY ON A HOT TIN ROOF (1961, 14 min, 8mm-to-16mm blow-up, sound on CD)<br />&ldquo;It glows with the embers of desire! It smokes with the revelation of men and women longing for robust temptations that will make them sizzle into maturity with a furnace-blast of unrestrained animalism. A film for young and old to enjoy.&rdquo; &ndash;G.K.<br /><br />BORN OF THE WIND (1962, 24 min, 8mm-to-16mm)<br />Preserved by Anthology through the Avant-Garde Masters program funded by the Film Foundation and administered by the National Film Preservation Foundation. Special thanks to Cineric, Inc.<br /><br />&ldquo;A tender and realistic story of a scientist who falls in love with a mummy he has restored to life&hellip; 2,000 years as a mummy couldn&rsquo;t quench her thirst for love!&rdquo; &ndash;G.K.<br /><br />TOOTSIES IN AUTUMN (1963, 15 min, 8mm-to-16mm blow-up, sound on CD)<br />Mike&rsquo;s cautionary tale about past-their-prime thespians caught up in a typically Kucharian vortex of madness.<br /><br />Total running time: ca. 95 min.</p> Saturday, September 27 EC: GEORGE LANDOW, AKA OWEN LAND http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=09&year=2014#showing-43231 <p>&ldquo;His remarkable faculty is as maker of images.... [T]he images he photographs are among the most radical, super-real and haunting images the cinema has ever given us.&rdquo; &ndash;P. Adams Sitney, VISIONARY FILM<br /><br />EARLY FILMS BY GEORGE LANDOW (ca. 1961-62, ca. 15 min, 8mm-to-16mm blow-up. Preserved by Anthology with support from Cineric, Inc.)<br />These films are not part of the Essential Cinema. According to Jonas Mekas, Landow used to show these films along with FLEMING FALOON at early screenings before he pulled them from his repertoire.<br /><br />FLEMING FALOON (1963, 6 min, 16mm)<br /><br />FILM IN WHICH THERE APPEAR SPROCKET HOLES, EDGE LETTERING, DIRT PARTICLES, ETC. (1965/66, 5 min, 16mm, silent)<br /><br />DIPLOTERATOLOGY: BARDO FOLLIES (1967, 7 min, 16mm, b&amp;w, silent)<br /><br />THE FILM THAT RISES TO THE SURFACE OF CLARIFIED BUTTER (1968, 9 min, 16mm, b&amp;w)<br /><br />INSTITUTIONAL QUALITY (1969, 5 min, 16mm)<br /><br />REMEDIAL READING COMPREHENSION (1970, 5 min, 16mm)<br /><br />WHAT&rsquo;S WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE? (1972, 13 min, 16mm)<br /><br />THANK YOU JESUS FOR THE ETERNAL PRESENT (1973, 6 min, 16mm)<br /><br />Total running time: ca. 80 min.</p> Sunday, September 28 EC: CHRISTOPHER MACLAINE http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=09&year=2014#showing-43229 <p>&ldquo;The few facts that are known about Maclaine are, at best, sketchy. He was a published poet, a sort of down and out San Francisco bohemian who later became one of the psychic casualties of that scene. His last years were spent at Sunnyacres, a state mental hospital in Fairfield, California. These films, along with Ron Rice&rsquo;s, are clearly the most significant work to come out of the beat period.&rdquo; &ndash;J.J. Murphy<br /><br />All films preserved by Anthology Film Archives.<br /><br />THE MAN WHO INVENTED GOLD (1957, 14 min, 16mm)<br /><br />BEAT (1958, 6 min, 16mm)<br /><br />SCOTCH HOP (1959, 5.5 min, 16mm)<br /><br />THE END (1953, 35 min, 16mm)<br /><br />Total running time: ca. 65 min.</p> Sunday, September 28 THE SECRET LIFE OF…ANTHOLOGY FILM ARCHIVES http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=09&year=2014#showing-43207 <p>A once-a-calendar opportunity to take a peek at the teeming hive of creativity hiding behind the scenes at Anthology, thanks to the film- and video-making efforts of AFA&rsquo;s staff, friends, fellow-travelers, and devotees.</p> Sunday, September 28 NYWIFT: TRIAL BY FIRE: LIVES RE-FORGED http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=09&year=2014#showing-43209 <p><strong>[RE-SCHEDULED FROM MAY]<br /><br /></strong>With heart and grace, TRIAL BY FIRE celebrates the courage and strength of burn survivors as they reclaim their lives after the devastation of fire. The film follows the journeys of ordinary people who rise above their injuries to discover unexpected insights and a transformed worldview. Through extraordinary courage, grit, and determination, all re-forge their destinies by first embracing &ndash; and then achieving &ndash; new dreams. These powerful stories are framed and given insight by army veteran, actor, and speaker, J.R. Martinez.</p> Tuesday, September 30 NEWFILMMAKERS - FALL FEST 2014 http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=10&year=2014#showing-43400 <p>For full program listings, visit&nbsp;<a href="http://www.newfilmmakers.com" target="_blank">www.newfilmmakers.com</a>.</p> Wednesday, October 01 NEWFILMMAKERS - FALL FEST 2014 http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=10&year=2014#showing-43401 <p>For full program listings, visit&nbsp;<a href="http://www.newfilmmakers.com" target="_blank">www.newfilmmakers.com</a>.</p> Wednesday, October 01 NEWFILMMAKERS - FALL FEST 2014 http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=10&year=2014#showing-43402 <p>For full program listings, visit&nbsp;<a href="http://www.newfilmmakers.com" target="_blank">www.newfilmmakers.com</a>.</p> Thursday, October 02 NEWFILMMAKERS - FALL FEST 2014 http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=10&year=2014#showing-43403 <p>For full program listings, visit&nbsp;<a href="http://www.newfilmmakers.com" target="_blank">www.newfilmmakers.com</a>.</p> Thursday, October 02 NEWFILMMAKERS - FALL FEST 2014 http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=10&year=2014#showing-43404 <p>For full program listings, visit&nbsp;<a href="http://www.newfilmmakers.com" target="_blank">www.newfilmmakers.com</a>.</p> Friday, October 03 NEWFILMMAKERS - FALL FEST 2014 http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=10&year=2014#showing-43405 <p>For full program listings, visit&nbsp;<a href="http://www.newfilmmakers.com" target="_blank">www.newfilmmakers.com</a>.</p> Friday, October 03 EC: GEORGES MÉLIÈS, PROGRAM #1 http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=10&year=2014#showing-43257 <p>All films in this program are b&amp;w and silent.<br /><br />THE CONJUROR / L&rsquo;ILLUSIONISTE FIN DE SI&Egrave;CLE (1899, 1 min, 35mm)<br /><br />TRIP TO THE MOON / VOYAGE DANS LA LUNE (1902, 12 min, 35mm)<br /><br />THE PALACE OF THE ARABIAN NIGHTS / LE PALAIS DES MILLE ET UNE NUITS (1905, 21 min, 35mm)<br /><br />DELIRIUM IN A STUDIO / ALI BARBOUYOU ALI BOUF &Agrave; L&rsquo;HUILE (1907, 5 min, 35mm)<br /><br />MERRY FROLICS OF SATAN / LES QUATRES CENT FARCES DU DIABLE (1906, 18 min, 35mm)<br /><br />Magician, master of special effects, M&eacute;li&egrave;s broke with the realistic (Lumi&egrave;re) mode of cinema and celebrated unlimited fantasy and artificiality (in its best sense).<br /><br />Total running time:&nbsp;ca. 60 min.</p> Saturday, October 04 NEWFILMMAKERS - FALL FEST 2014 http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=10&year=2014#showing-43406 <p>For full program listings, visit&nbsp;<a href="http://www.newfilmmakers.com" target="_blank">www.newfilmmakers.com</a>.</p> Saturday, October 04 NEWFILMMAKERS - FALL FEST 2014 http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=10&year=2014#showing-43407 <p>For full program listings, visit&nbsp;<a href="http://www.newfilmmakers.com" target="_blank">www.newfilmmakers.com</a>.</p> Saturday, October 04 EC: GEORGES MÉLIÈS, PROGRAM #2 http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=10&year=2014#showing-43259 <p>The films on this program are hand-tinted and silent.<br /><br />THE CASCADE OF FIRE / LA CASCADE DE FEU (1904, 3 min, 35mm)<br /><br />A DIABOLICAL TENANT / UN LOCATAIRE DIABOLIQUE (1909, 8 min, 35mm)<br /><br />THE HUNCHBACK FAIRY / LA F&Eacute;E CARABOSSE (1906, 13 min, 35mm)<br /><br />VOYAGE ACROSS THE IMPOSSIBLE / LE VOYAGE &Agrave; TRAVERS L&rsquo;IMPOSSIBLE (1904, 20 min, 35mm)<br /><br />Total running time: ca. 50 min.</p> Sunday, October 05 EC: GEORGES MÉLIÈS, PROGRAM #3 http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=10&year=2014#showing-43261 <p>All films in this program are b&amp;w and silent.<br /><br />EXTRAORDINARY ILLUSIONS / ILLUSIONS FUNAMBULESQUES (1903, 3 min, 16mm)<br /><br />THE ENCHANTED WELL / LE PUITS FANTASTIQUE (1903, 3 min, 16mm)<br /><br />THE APPARITION / LE REVENANT (1903, 3 min, 16mm)<br /><br />TUNNEL UNDER THE CHANNEL / LE TUNNEL SOUS LA MANCHE (1907, 25 min, 35mm)<br /><br />SIGHTSEEING THROUGH WHISKY / PAUVRE JEAN OU LES MESAVENTURES D&rsquo;UN BUVEUR (1909, 5 min, 35mm)<br /><br />THE DOCTOR&rsquo;S SECRET / HYDROTH&Eacute;RAPIE FANTASTIQUE (1909, 11 min, 35mm)<br /><br />Total running time: ca. 55 min.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Sunday, October 05 NEWFILMMAKERS - FALL FEST 2014 http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=10&year=2014#showing-43408 <p>For full program listings, visit&nbsp;<a href="http://www.newfilmmakers.com" target="_blank">www.newfilmmakers.com</a>.</p> Sunday, October 05 NEWFILMMAKERS - FALL FEST 2014 http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/calendar?view=list&month=10&year=2014#showing-43409 <p>For full program listings, visit&nbsp;<a href="http://www.newfilmmakers.com" target="_blank">www.newfilmmakers.com</a>.</p> Sunday, October 05