One-Night Stands 

Repertory film listings for September 20-26, 2012.

Thursday, September 20

The Devil Wears Prada (109 min., 2006). With a pre-show trivia game. Jack London Square Waterfront Flicks (Jack London Square, Oakland, sundown)

Emma Mae (100 min., 1976). Preceded by A Day in the Life of Willie Faust, or Death on the Installment Plan (20 min., 1972). L.A. Rebellion: Creating a New Black Cinema (Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, 7:00)

Friday, September 21

La ronde (97 min., 1950). In French with English subtitles. Grand Illusions: French Cinema Classics, 1928-1960 (PFA, 7:00)

Le plaisir (95 min., 1952). In French with English subtitles. Grand Illusions: French Cinema Classics, 1928-1960 (PFA, 8:55)

Saturday, September 22

Singing Lovebirds (69 min., 1939). In Japanese with English subtitles. Life Is Short: Nikkatsu Studios at 100 (PFA, 6:30)

Rusty Knife (90 min., 1958). In Japanese with English subtitles. Life Is Short: Nikkatsu Studios at 100 (PFA, 8:00)

Sunday, September 23

Made to Order Cloth (79 min., 1931). Preceded by Jiraiya the Ninja (21 min., 1921). Both silent with Japanese intertitles, English subtitles, and live music by Judith Rosenberg on piano. Life Is Short: Nikkatsu Studios at 100 (PFA, 5:00)

The Earrings of Madame de ... (105 min., 1953). In French with English subtitles. Grand Illusions: French Cinema Classics, 1928-1960 (PFA, 7:00)

Monday, September 24

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (150 min., 2012). National Theatre Live (Rialto Cinemas Cerrito, El Cerrito, 7:00)

Tuesday, September 25

Your Children Come Back to You (30 min., 1979). With three short films: Rich (22 min., 1982), Shipley Street (25 min., 1981), and Fragrance (38 min., 1991). L.A. Rebellion: Creating a New Black Cinema (Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, 7:00)

Wednesday, September 26

Mother: Caring for 7 Billion (54 min., 2011). Preceded by potluck and social hour at 6:30 p.m.; followed by discussion. Films of Fact and Life (Humanist Hall, Oakland, 7:30)

Paraguayan Hammock (78 min., 2006). In Guaraní with English titles. Preceded by A Wind from the South (23 min., 2012). With director Paz Encina in person and an introduction by Natalie Brizuela, an associate professor in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at U.C. Berkeley. Alternative Visions (PFA, 7:00)

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