Sunday, July 4, 2010

July-December Schedule

The Bank of America Cinema’s July-December 2010 schedule features some adventurous picks alongside the usual helping of classic Hollywood.

We’re getting with the spirit of several holiday weekends, including our opening film for Fourth of July weekend, Henry Koster’s Stars and Stripes Forever (1952), featuring Clifton Webb as John Phillip Sousa; the blacklisted film Salt of the Earth (1954) for Labor Day weekend; a double dose of Peter Lorre for Halloween, with Mad Love (1935) and The Face Behind the Mask (1941); a warmhearted Thanksgiving comedy in Norman Taurog’s Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch (1934); and the Laurel and Hardy operetta Babes in Toyland (1934) to close the season. There’s even a time-travel film for Daylight Savings Time.

We’re branching out a little from our modus operandi with our first ripped-from-the-headlines film in decades: as oil continues to pump into the Gulf of Mexico, the perils of oil exploration and putting too much trust in huge companies are on everyone's mind, so it's the perfect time to show Robert Flaherty’s Standard Oil-sponsored documentary Louisiana Story (1948). And although the French New Wave is light years away from our usual fare, Francois Truffaut named Morris Engel’s Little Fugitive (1953), screening in July, as one of the films that made it possible; on the other end of that little revolution is Arthur Penn’s New Wave-influenced Mickey One (1965), screening in December.

The latter two films would be not available without the addition of a second 35mm projector, which has opened the vaults for us: UCLA is loaning Frank Borzage’s Moonrise (1948) in August, and Sony Repertory is letting us borrow a half-dozen heretofore-off-limits archival prints.

The full schedule is as follows:

July 3: Stars and Stripes Forever (Henry Koster, 1952) 16mm

July 10: Louisiana Story (Robert Flaherty, 1948) 16mm

July 17: The Little Fugitive (Morris Engel, 1953) 35mm

July 24: Artists and Models (Frank Tashlin, 1955) 16mm

July 31: None Shall Escape (Andre de Toth, 1944) 35mm

August 7: The Sleeping Tiger (Joseph Losey, 1954) 35mm

August 14: Shirley Temple Double Feature
Poor Little Rich Girl (Irving Cummings, 1937) 35mm
The Littlest Rebel (David Butler, 1936) 35mm

August 21: The Baron of Arizona (Samuel Fuller, 1951) 16mm

August 28: Moonrise (Frank Borzage, 1948) 35mm

September 4: Salt of the Earth (Herbert Biberman, 1954) 16mm

September 11: Peter Pan (Herbert Brenon, 1924) 35mm with organ accompaniment

September 18: The Southerner (Jean Renoir, 1945) 16mm

September 25: Meet Me at the Fair (Douglas Sirk, 1953) 16mm

October 2: Little Big Horn (Charles Marquis Warren, 1951) 16mm

October 9: Lady on a Train (Charles David, 1945) 16mm

October 16: Washington Merry-Go-Round (James Cruze, 1932) 35mm

October 23: Meet Me in St. Louis (Vincente Minnelli, 1944) 16mm

October 30: Halloween Horror Show: Crazy Peter Lorre Double Feature
Mad Love (Karl Freund, 1935) 16mm
The Face Behind the Mask (Robert Florey, 1941) 35mm

November 6: Ali Baba Goes to Town (David Butler, 1937) 16mm

November 13: A Raisin in the Sun (Daniel Petrie, 1961) 35mm

November 20: The King Steps Out (Josef von Sternberg, 1936) 35mm

November 27: Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch (Norman Taurog, 1934) 16mm

December 4: The Snake Pit (Anatole Litvak, 1948) 35mm

December 11: Mickey One (Arthur Penn, 1965) 35mm

December 18: Babes in Toyland (Gus Meins, Charley Rogers, 1934) 35mm

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