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Repertory film listings for March 19-25, 2009.

Thu., March 19

The Forgotten Woman (88 min., 2008). 27th San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (PFA, 6:30)

High Noon (106 min., 2008). San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (PFA, 8:30)

Friday, March 20

Fruit Fly (95 min., 2008). Director H.P. Mendoza in person. San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (PFA, 6:30)

The Chaser (125 min., 2008). San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (PFA, 8:45)

The Goonies (114 min., 1985). Cult Classics Attack 3 (PM, midnight)

Sat., March 21

The Pirate (102 min., 1948). Movie Matinees for All Ages (PFA, 3:00)

The Panda Candy (85 min., 2007). San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (PFA, 6:30)

All Around Us (140 min., 2008). San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (PFA, 8:20)

Labyrinth (101 min., 1986). Children's matinee (EC, 2:00)

The Goonies (114 min., 1985). Cult Classics Attack 3 (PM, midnight)

Sun., March 22

I Am the One Who Brings Flowers to Her Grave (105 min., 2006). Women's Cinema from Tangiers to Tehran (PFA, 2:00)

Cléo from 5 to 7 (90 min., 1961). Agnès Varda: Cinécriture (PFA, 4:15)

Labyrinth (101 min., 1986). Children's matinee (EC, 2:00)

LUNAFEST. Women's film festival featuring ten shorts (Acalanes High School, Lafayette, 2:00)

The Goonies (114 min., 1985). Cult Classics Attack 3 (PM, 10:00 a.m.)

Total Denial (74 min., 2006). Sponsored by Filipino American Coalition for Environmental Solutions (LP, 7:00)

Wed., March 25

Sustainable Table: What's on Your Plate? (52 min., 2006). Presented by Transition East Bay. Followed by a discussion with Grant Williams (Humanist Hall, Oakland, 7:30)

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