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Repertory film listings for August 2-8, 2012.

Thursday, Aug. 2

Back to the Future (116 min., 1985; UA Berkeley 7, 9:00)

Edible City (60 min., 2011) With a filmmaker Q&A (Local 123, Berkeley, 8:00)

Fight Club (139 min., 1999). Cool World (PFA, 7:00)

Friday, Aug. 3

Ghostbusters (105 min., 1985) Preceded by a raffle and live organ music. Paramount Movie Classics (Paramount Theatre, Oakland, 8:00)

San Francisco Jewish Film Festival Screening (film lengths vary, 2011-12) With an outdoor screening of some of the festival's best short films, including the newest film from Bay Area filmmaker Tiffany Schlain (The Great Wall of Oakland, West Grand Ave. between Broadway and Valley St., 8:00)

To Sir, With Love (105 min., 1967). Cool World (PFA, 9:10)

Saturday, Aug. 4

The Atomic Brain (64 min., 1967) Preceded by live music, a science lecture, and art display. Summer Cinema on Center Street (2219 Center St., Berkeley, 7:30)

Sunday, Aug. 5

Future Shock (43 min., 1972), The Medium is the Message (1967) On 16mm with sound (708 Gilman St., Berkeley, 7:30)

Tuesday, Aug. 7

One Man, Two Guvnors (190 min., 2012) London's National Theatre Live Encores (Rialto, Elmwood, 7:00)

Wednesday, Aug. 8

Aokigahara Suicide Forest (21 min., 2011), Jesus of Siberia (9 min., 23 sec., 2012), The Holy Thugs of Venezuela (12 min., 38 sec., 2011). Preceded by a potluck and followed by a discussion. Short Films on Eccentric Spirituality (Humanist Hall, Oakland, 7:30)

In God We Teach (62 min., 2011) Presented by Eugenie Scott, President of the National Center for Science Education (La Peña, Berkeley, 7:00)

The Tempest (2012) Captured live at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival (Rialto, Cerrito, 7:00)


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