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Repertory film listings for February 24-March 2, 2011.

Thursday, February 24

L'Inhumaine (132 min., 1924). Cinema Across Media: The 1920s (PFA, 7:00)

Friday, February 25

Silent Comedies of the 1920s (105 min. including lecture by Paolo Cherchi Usai, 1927-28). Judith Rosenberg on piano. Cinema Across Media: The 1920s (PFA, 7:00)

Merci pour le chocolat (99 min., 2000). Suspicion: The Films of Claude Chabrol and Alfred Hitchcock (PFA, 9:05)

To Dream of Falling Upwards (125 min., 2011). World premiere with filmmaker Antero Ali and cast in attendance (Humanist Hall, Oakland, 8:00)

Saturday, February 26

Shoah, Part 1 (total running time 563 min., 1985). 25th Anniversary Screening: Shoah (PFA, 5:00)

Sunday, February 27

Shoah, Part 2 (total running time 563 min., 1985). 25th Anniversary Screening: Shoah (PFA, 5:00)

Monday, February 28

King Lear (180 min., 2010). National Theatre Live (RCC, 7:00)

Tuesday, March 1

9000 Needles (83 min., 2009). Proceeded by Q&A session with director Doug Derth (RCE, 7:00)

Wednesday, March 2

The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T. (88 min., 1953). Preceded by Gerald McBoing Boing (7 min., 1951). Film 50: History of Cinema (PFA, 3:10)

King Lear (180 min., 2010). National Theatre Live (RCC, 7:00)

Pieces of Eight: Fragments, Curiosities, and Hidden Realities (77 min., 1951-98). Radical Light: Alternative Film and Video in the San Francisco Bay Area (PFA, 7:30)

Collapse (82 min., 2009). Preceded by potluck and social hour at 6:30 p.m.; followed by discussion (Humanist Hall, Oakland, 7:30)

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