One-Night Stands 

Repertory film listings for the week of March 30, 2011.

Thursday, March 31

Frankenstein (45 min., 2011). National Theatre Live (RCE, 7:00)

I Am Legend (101 min., 2007). Preceded by lecture by Patricia Woodbridge at 7 p.m. Behind the Scenes: The Art and Craft of Cinema (PFA, 8:30)

To Catch a Dollar (74 min., 2010). Hosted by Muhhamad Yunus (S, 7:30)

Friday, April 1

Beau travail (90 min., 1999). Under the Skin: The Films of Claire Denis (PFA, 7:00)

Pillow Talk (102 min., 1959). Paramount Movie Classics (Paramount Theatre, Oakland, 8:00)

Trouble Every Day (101 min., 2001). Under the Skin: The Films of Claire Denis (PFA, 8:50)

Saturday, April 2

Salvador Allende (100 min., 2004). Afterimage: The Films of Patricio Guzmán (PFA, 6:30)

Wings of Desire (130 min., 1988). Under the Skin: The Films of Claire Denis (PFA, 8:30)

Sunday, April 3

Preserving the Avant-Garde at PFA (total running time 84 min., 1948-84). Radical Light: Alternative Film and Video in the San Francisco Bay Area (PFA, 7:30)

Shutter Island (138 min., 2010). Behind the Scenes: The Art and Craft of Cinema (PFA, 5:30)

Monday, April 4

Frankenstein (45 min., 2011). National Theatre Live (RCC, 7:00)

Tuesday, April 5

Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead (120 min., 2010). Q&A with filmmaker Joe Cross after show (7:00, RCE)

Wednesday, April 6

Dreamchild (93 min., 1985). Film 50: History of Cinema (PFA, 3:10)

Crude: The Real Price of Oil (105 min., 2009). Preceded by potluck and social hour at 6:30 p.m.; followed by discussion (Humanist Hall, Oakland, 7:00)

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