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Repertory film listings for October 4-10, 2012.

Thursday, October 4

Highway Patrolman (104 min., 1991). In Spanish with English subtitles. With director Alex Cox in person. Rebel Without Applause: The Films of Alex Cox (Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, 7:00)

Friday, October 5

The Next Voice You Hear (82 min., 1950). With an introduction by famed film critic J. Hoberman. An Army of Phantoms: American Cinema and the Cold War (PFA, 7:00)

Death and the Compass (86 min., 1996). With director Alex Cox in person. Rebel Without Applause: The Films of Alex Cox (PFA, 9:00)

Saturday, October 6

Walker (94 min., 1987). Followed by a discussion between filmmaker Alex Cox and film critic J. Hoberman. Rebel Without Applause: The Films of Alex Cox (PFA, 6:00)

The Steel Helmet (84 min., 1951). With an introduction by film critic J. Hoberman. An Army of Phantoms: American Cinema and the Cold War (PFA, 9:00)

Sunday, October 7

Searchers 2.0 (96 min., 2007). With actor and longtime Cox collaborator Ed Pansullo in person. Rebel Without Applause: The Films of Alex Cox (PFA, 4:00)

Fort Apache (127 min., 1948). Followed by a lecture and book signing by J. Hoberman. An Army of Phantoms: American Cinema and the Cold War (PFA, 6:00)

Tuesday, October 9

The Italian Straw Hat (84 min., 1928). Silent, with live music by Judith Rosenberg on piano. Grand Illusions: French Cinema Classics, 1928-1960 (PFA, 7:00)

Wednesday, October 10

As Goes Janesville (60 min., 2012). Independent Lens (Rialto Cinemas Elmwood, Berkeley, 7:00)

Short Films by Rose Lowder (77 min. total running time, 1979-2010). Featuring eight short films, plus an appearance by the filmmaker and an introduction by experimental filmmaker Greta Snider. Alternative Visions (PFA, 7:00)

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