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Repertory film listings for November 15-21, 2012.

Thursday, November 15

Barrymore (83 min., 2011). (Elmwood, 7:00)

Big Boys Gone Bananas (88 min., 2012). San Francisco Documentary Festival (Shattuck Cinema, 9:30)

Dive! A Film by Jeremy Seifert (53 min., 2010). (132 Mulford Hall, UC Berkeley, 6:00)

dreambody/earthbody (80 min., 2012). (Finish Kaleva Hall, 9:00)

fiveTEN LGBTQ Film Fest (270 min. total running time). Screening of several short films. (Grand Lake Theater, 5:00)

Half the Sky: Turning Oppression Into Opportunity for Women Worldwide (2012). (Pauley Ballroom, Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union, UC Berkeley, 7:00)

Jason Becker: Not Dead Yet (87 min., 2012). San Francisco Documentary Festival (Shattuck Cinema, 7:15)

Raiders of the Lost Ark (115 min., 1981). (UA Berkeley, 9:00)

Shooting Beauty (62 min., 2009). (105 Stanley Hall, UC Berkeley, 6:00)

Why Is Yellow the Middle of the Rainbow? (174 min., 1980-1994). In English and Tagalog. With Q&A with Christopher Pavsek and Kidlat Tahimik. Afterimage: The Films of Kidlat Tahimik, Indigenius (PFA, 7:00)

Friday, November 16

A Grin Without a Cat (180 min., 1997/2001). In French, Spanish, and other languages with English voice-over and subtitles. At Jetty's End: A Tribute to Chris Marker, 1921-2012 (PFA, 7:00)

Saturday, November 17

The Room (99 min., 2003). (Piedmont Theater, midnight)

The Rules of the Game (106 min., 1939). In French with English subtitles. Grand Illusions: French Cinema Classics, 1928-1960 (PFA, 6:30)

Turumba (95 min., 1983). In Tagalog with English subtitles. With Kidlat Tahimik in person. Afterimage: The Films of Kidlat Tahimik, Indigenius (PFA, 8:40)

Sunday, November 18

Civilization (78 min., 1916). With musical accompaniment. (The Tannery, 7:30)

Home and Abroad with Kidlat Tahimik (87 min. total running time, 1990-2006). Screening five shorts, with Kidlat Tahimik in person. Afterimage: The Films of Kidlat Tahimik, Indigenius (PFA, 2:30)

Memories of Overdevelopment and Japanese Summers of a Filipino Fundoshi (74 min. total running time, 1980-2011). With Kidlat Tahimik in person. Afterimage: The Films of Kidlat Tahimik, Indigenius (PFA, 5:00)

TRANS (93 min., 2012). Followed by a Q&A with cast members and director Chris Arnold. (Bal Theatre, 3:00)

Monday, November 19

Barrymore (83 min., 2011). (El Cerrito, 7:00) The Company (112 min., 2003). Monday Night Tights (Danforth Lecture Hall, Mills College, 7:00)

Wednesday, November 21

Fearless: Beatrice Mtetwa and the Rule of Law (65 min., 2012) (Doe Library, UC Berkeley, noon)

Guns Germs and Steel: Episode 2 (55 min., 2005). (Humanist Hall, 7:30)

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