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American Museum of the Moving Image July 2002 Screening Schedule

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Saturday, July 6

2 p.m. (Jack Nicholson in the 1970s)

FIVE EASY PIECES

Columbia, 1970, 98 mins. Directed by Bob Rafelson. With Jack Nicholson, Karen Black.

4 p.m. (Jack Nicholson in the 1970s)

THE KING OF MARVIN GARDENS

Columbia, 1972, 103 mins. Directed by Bob Rafelson. With Nicholson, Bruce Dern, Ellen Burstyn.

6:30 p.m. (Repertory Nights)

KNIFE IN THE WATER

Poland, 1962, 94 mins. Directed by Roman Polanski.

Sunday, July 7

2 p.m. (Jack Nicholson in the 1970s)

FIVE EASY PIECES

Columbia, 1970, 98 mins. Directed by Bob Rafelson. With Jack Nicholson, Karen Black.

4 p.m. (Jack Nicholson in the 1970s)

DRIVE, HE SAID

Columbia, 1971, 95 mins. Written and directed by Jack Nicholson. With Karen Black, Bruce Dern.

6:30 p.m. (Repertory Nights)

KNIFE IN THE WATER

Poland, 1962, 94 mins. Directed by Roman Polanski.

Monday, July 8

7 p.m. (Moving Image at the DGA)

"A PINEWOOD DIALOGUE WITH SAM MENDES"

Screening: ROAD TO PERDITION

DreamWorks, 2002. Directed by Sam Mendes. With Tom Hanks, Jude Law, Paul Newman, Jennifer Jason Leigh. This event will take place at the DGA Theater, 110 West 57 Street, in Manhattan. Tickets ($16 public/$10 members) can be purchased in advance by calling the Museum at 718-784-4520.

Wednesday, July 10

8 p.m. (On the Waterfront: Celebrating the Cultural Diversity of Queens)

ME YOU THEM

Brazil, 2000, 107 mins. Directed by Andrucha Waddington. This film will screen outdoors at Socrates Sculpture Park, located on Vernon Boulevard at Broadway in Astoria (718-956-1819). Preceded

by a live musical performance. Admission is free. In case of rain, films will be presented at 8:30 p.m. at the American Museum of the Moving Image.

Saturday, July 13

2 p.m. (Jack Nicholson in the 1970s)

CHINATOWN

Paramount, 1974, 130 mins. Directed by Roman Polanski. With Nicholson, Faye Dunaway, John Huston.

4 p.m. (Jack Nicholson in the 1970s)

THE LAST DETAIL

Columbia, 1973, 100 mins. Directed by Hal Ashby. With Nicholson, Randy Quaid, Michael Moriarty.

6:30 p.m. (Repertory Nights)

ARABIAN NIGHTS

Italy/France, 1974, 128 mins. Directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini. New 35mm Print.

Sunday, July 14

2 p.m. (Jack Nicholson in the 1970s)

ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST

United Artists, 1975, 133 mins. Directed by Milos Forman. With Nicholson, Louise Fletcher, Brad Dourif.

4:30 p.m. (Jack Nicholson in the 1970s)

THE FORTUNE

Columbia, 1975, 88 mins. Directed by Mike Nichols. With Nicholson, Warren Beatty, Stockard Channing.

6:30 p.m. (Repertory Nights)

ARABIAN NIGHTS

Italy/France, 1974, 128 mins. Directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini. New 35mm Print.

Wednesday, July 17

8 p.m. (On the Waterfront: Celebrating the Cultural Diversity of Queens)

SHE'S GOTTA HAVE IT

U.S., 1986, 84 mins. Directed by Spike Lee. This film will screen outdoors at Socrates Sculpture Park, located on Vernon Boulevard at Broadway in Astoria (718-956-1819). Preceded by a live musical performance. Admission is free. In case of rain, films will be presented at 8:30 p.m. at the American Museum of the Moving Image.

Thursday, July 18

7 p.m. (World Cinema Showcase)

MANITO

U.S., 2001, 78 mins. Written and directed by Eric Eason.

Saturday, July 20

2 p.m. (Jack Nicholson in the 1970s)

THE PASSENGER

MGM, 1975, 123 mins. Directed by Michelangelo Antonioni. With Nicholson, Maria Schneider.

4:30 p.m. (Jack Nicholson in the 1970s)

GOIN' SOUTH

Paramount, 1978, 109 mins. Directed by Jack Nicholson. With Nicholson, Mary Steenburgen, John Belushi, Christopher Lloyd.

6:30 p.m. (Repertory Nights)

TOKYO STORY

Japan, 1953, 134 mins. Directed by Yasujiro Ozu. With Chishu Ryu, Setsuko Hara.

Sunday, July 21

1:30 p.m. (Jack Nicholson in the 1970s)

THE MISSOURI BREAKS

United Artists, 1976, 126 mins. Directed by Arthur Penn. With Nicholson, Marlon Brando.

4 p.m. (Jack Nicholson in the 1970s)

THE SHINING

Warner Bros., 1980, 146 mins. Directed by Stanley Kubrick. With Nicholson, Shelley Duvall.

6:30 p.m. (Repertory Nights)

TOKYO STORY

Japan, 1953, 134 mins. Directed by Yasujiro Ozu. With Chishu Ryu, Setsuko Hara.

Wednesday, July 24

8 p.m. (On the Waterfront: Celebrating the Cultural Diversity of Queens)

PIZZICATA

Italy, 1996, 93 mins. Directed by Edoardo Winspeare. This film will screen outdoors at Socrates Sculpture Park, located on Vernon Boulevard at Broadway in Astoria (718-956-1819). Preceded by a

live musical performance. Admission is free. In case of rain, films will be presented at 8:30 p.m. at the American Museum of the Moving Image.

Saturday, July 27

2 p.m. (Carnal Knowledge: Sexual Liberation on Film, 1967-1972)

I AM CURIOUS, YELLOW

Sweden, 1967, 121 mins. Directed by Vilgot Sjoman. With Lena Nyman. 35mm Archival Print.

4:15 p.m. (Carnal Knowledge: Sexual Liberation on Film, 1967-1972)

MIDNIGHT COWBOY

United Artists, 1969, 113 mins. Directed by John Schlesinger. With Dustin Hoffman, Jon Voight, Sylvia Miles.

6:30 p.m. (Repertory Nights)

CLAIRE'S KNEE

France, 1971, 103 mins. Directed by Eric Rohmer. With Jean-Claude Brialy.

Sunday, July 28

2 p.m. (Carnal Knowledge: Sexual Liberation on Film, 1967-1972)

CARNAL KNOWLEDGE

Avco Embassy, 1971, 97 mins. Directed by Mike Nichols. With Jack Nicholson, Art Garfunkel.

4:30 p.m. (Carnal Knowledge: Sexual Liberation on Film, 1967-1972)

COMING APART

1969, 110 mins. Directed by Milton Moses Ginsberg. With Rip Torn, Sally Kirkland.

6:30 p.m. (Repertory Nights)

CLAIRE'S KNEE

France, 1971, 103 mins. Directed by Eric Rohmer. With Jean-Claude Brialy.

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