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Repertory film listings for the week of May 22-28, 2014.

Thursday, May 22

Homeland in the Borderland (55 min., 2013). With filmmaker Keiko Okawa and producer Keijiro Suga (142 Dwinelle Hall, UC Berkeley, 4:00)

Freedom Summer (113 min., 2014). Presented by the ACLU (New Parkway Theater, Oakland, 6:30)

King Lear (180 min., 2014). Presented by National Theatre Live (Rialto Cinemas Elmwood, 7:00)

Sherlock Holmes and the Woman in Green (68 min., 1945). (The Magick Lantern, Point Richmond, 7:30)

Catch Me If You Can (141 min., 2002). (UA Berkeley 7, 9:00)

The Bicycle Thief (93 min., 1948). Bike-centric Cinema (Parkway, 9:30)

Friday, May 23

On My Way (113 min., 2014). (The Magick Lantern, 5:00)

The Ghosts in Our Machine (93 min., 2013). Presented by the Animal Legal Defense Fund. With post-film Q&A with director Liz Marshall (Parkway, 6:30)

Saturday, May 24

Thunderball (130 min., 1965). Thrillville Theater (Parkway, 3:00)

Ida (80 min., 2014). (The Magick Lantern, 8:00)

Sunday, May 25

Commie Camp (81 min., 2013). Presented by SFJFF Kids (Parkway, 12:30)

Tuesday, May 27

La Noche de los Lápices (105 min., 1986). Amaranto Revolutionary Film Series (La Peña Cultural Center, Berkeley, 6:30)

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (165 min., 2014). Presented by National Theatre Live (Rialto Cinemas Elmwood, 7:00)

The Missing Picture (92 min., 2013). Doc Night (Parkway, 7:00)

Chocolat (121 min., 2000). Savory Cinema (Parkway, 8:00, 9:30)

Wednesday, May 28

B.B. King: The Life of Riley (123 min., 2014). (Rialto Cinemas Elmwood, 7:00)

King Lear (180 min., 2014). Presented by National Theatre Live (Rialto Cinemas Cerrito, 7:00)

The Untold History of the United States—Chapter Three: The Bomb (58 min., 2012). (Humanist Hall, Oakland, 7:30)

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