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Repertory film listings for October 13-19, 2011.

Thursday, October 13

Paul Sharits: Late Work (total running time 71 min., 1975-82). With an introduction by Columbia University professor Branden W. Joseph. Paul Sharits: An Open Cinema (Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, 7:30)

Young Frankenstein (106 min., 1974). With trivia and prizes. Cerrito Classics (Rialto Cinemas Cerrito, El Cerrito, 7:00)

The Kitchen (120 min., 2011). National Theater Live (Rialto Cinemas Elmwood, Berkeley, 7:00)

The Birds (119 min., 1963). Flashbacks (UA Berkeley 7, 8:00)

Friday, October 14

World on a Wire (204 min. plus intermission, 1973). In German with English subtitles. Rainer Werner Fassbinder: Two Great Epics (PFA, 7:00)

The Room (99 min., 2003). With a special appearance by writer-director-star Tommy Wiseau. (Landmark Piedmont, Oakland, midnight)

Saturday, October 15

Amateur Night: Home Movies from American Archives (total running time 84 min.). With an appearance by Dwight Swanson of the Center for Home Movies and Pamela Jean Vadakan of the California Audiovisual Preservation Project. Home Movie Day (PFA, 6:30)

Sleep, My Love (96 min., 1984). UCLA Festival of Preservation (PFA, 8:45)

Home Movie Day. Including a screening of audience-submitted home videos from 12:30-3 p.m., followed by a selection of work from the African American Museum and Library at Oakland, as well as a musical performance. (Oakland Museum of California, 12:30)

The Room (99 min., 2003). With a special appearance by writer-director-star Tommy Wiseau. (LP, 12:00)

Sunday, October 16

Berlin Alexanderplatz, Parts I-III (total running time 199 min., plus intermission, 1979-80). Including Part I: The Punishment Begins; Part II: How Is One to Live If One Doesn't Want to Die?; and Part III: A Hammer Blow on the Head Can Injure the Soul. In German with English subtitles. Rainer Werner Fassbinder: Two Great Epics (PFA, 2:00)

Monday, October 17

The Kitchen (120 min., 2011). National Theater Live (RCC, 7:00)

Tuesday, October 18

Kino-Pravda Nos. 9–11, 13 (Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow: A Film Poem Dedicated to the October Celebrations) (86 min., 1922). Silent with Russian intertitles and live English translation, plus piano accompaniment by Judith Rosenberg on piano. Preceded by an introduction by Anne Nesbet. Kino-Eye: The Revolutionary Cinema of Dziga Vertov (PFA, 7:00)

One Man, Two Guvnors (160 min. with intermission, 2011). National Theatre Live (RCE, 7:00)

Wednesday, October 19

Jordan Belson: Films Sacred and Profane (total running time 70 min., 1959-2005). Featuring nine short films. Preceded by an introduction by guest curator Cindy Keefer. Alternative Visions (PFA, 7:30)

Psywar (99 min., 2010). Preceded by potluck and social hour at 6:30 p.m.; followed by discussion. Films of Fact and Life (Humanist Hall, Oakland, 7:30)

The Kitchen (120 min., 2011). National Theater Live (RCC, 7:00)

The Believer (102 min., 2001). What's Good for the Goose Is Good for the Gosling (Local 123, Berkeley, 7:30)

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