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Repertory film listings for September 10-16, 2009.

Thursday, September 10

The Snorkel (90 min., 1958). Tea and Larceny: Classic British Crime Films (PFA, 6:30)

Noose (95 min., 1948). Tea and Larceny: Classic British Crime Films (PFA, 8:20)

5th Annual 9/11 Film Festival. Feature-length films, filmmakers in person, guest speakers, live performances, and more (GL, noon)

Friday, September 11

Muhammad Ali, the Greatest (111 min., 1974). Top Bill: The Films of William Klein (PFA, 6:30)

So Evil My Love (112 min., 1948) Tea and Larceny: Classic British Crime Films (PFA, 8:40)

Saturday, September 12

The October Man (110 min., 1947). Tea and Larceny: Classic British Crime Films (PFA, 6:30)

Who Are You, Polly Maggoo? (102 min., 1966). Top Bill: The Films of William Klein (PFA, 8:40)

Duma (100 min., 2005). Family Film Series (RCE, noon)

Sunday, September 13

(Hi)story Tellers (total running time 91 min., 1935-2001). Another Border: Films and Videos from the Cinémathèque de Tanger Archives (PFA, 3:00)

Pan-African Cultural Festival (120 min., 1969). Top Bill: The Films of William Klein (PFA, 5:00)

Duma (100 min., 2005). Family Film Series (RCE, noon)

Tuesday, September 15

Portrait of Jason (105 min., 1967). Alternative Visions (PFA, 7:30)

Sugar (120 min., 2008). Proceeds benefit the La Peña Community Chorus (LP, 7:30)

Flow: For Love of Water (93 min., 2008). Proceeds benefit Food and Water Watch (Saul's Restaurant and Delicatessen, Berkeley, 7:00)

Wednesday, September 16

Chott el-Djerid and Other Works (total running time 68 min., 1976-79). Metaphysical Medium: The Video Works of Bill Viola (PFA, 7:00)

Salud (93 min., 2006). In the community room. Followed by discussion (LP, 7:00)

One Way or Another (78 min., 1977). Cine Cubano Film Festival (LP, 7:30)

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