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Repertory film listings for the week of February 27-March 5.

Thursday, February 27

Crisis in the Congo: Uncovering the Truth (26 min., 2011). (60 Evans Hall, UC Berkeley, 12:30)

The Princess Bride (98 min., 1987). (New Parkway Theater, Oakland, 6:30)

Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines (79 min., 2012). With director Kristy Guevara-Flanagan (159 Mulford Hall, UC Berkeley, 6:30)

Inside Envelopes (50 min., 2012). Presented by the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival (Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life, Berkeley, 7:00)

Let's Dance (18 min., 1992). Presented by the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival (Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life, Berkeley, 7:00)

Lenny Cooke (88 min., 2013). With post-film discussion moderated by Marc Spears, Marcus Thompson, and Eddie Maisonet (Parkway, 7:00)

Rabindranath Tagore (84 min., 1961). The Brilliance of Satyajit Ray (Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, 7:00)

Impact (111 min., 1950). (The Magick Lantern, Point Richmond, 7:30)

Dracula (75 min., 1931). (UA Berkeley 7, 9:00)

Sixteen Candles (93 min., 1984). Parkway Classics (Parkway, 9:15)

Friday, February 28

Side Street (82 min., 1950). Against the Law: The Crime Films of Anthony Mann (BAM/PFA, 7:00)

Roman Holiday (118 min., 1953). Paramount Movie Classics (Paramount Theatre, Oakland, 8:00)

Une femme mariée (94 min., 1964). Jean-Luc Godard: Expect Everything from Cinema (BAM/PFA, 8:45)

Saturday, March 1

The Films of Kamran Shirdel (83 min., 1965-80). Afterimage: Kamran Shirdel (BAM/PFA, 5:30)

The Apartment (125 min., 1960). Jokers Wild: American Comedy, 1960-1989 (BAM/PFA, 8:30)

Sunday, March 2

Ella Cinders (60 min., 1926). (The Tannery, Berkeley, 7:30)

Monday, March 3

Hidden Scars: The Massacre of Koreans From the Arakawa River Bank to Shitamachi in Tokyo, 1923 (60 min., 2013). (Institute of East Asian Studies, UC Berkeley, 4:00)

Too Much Johnson (69 min., 1938). Too Much Johnson Rediscovered (BAM/PFA, 7:00)

Tuesday, March 4

Kala Pul: The Black Bridge (44 min., 2008). With director Saqib Mausoof (Stephens Hall, UC Berkeley, 5:00)

The Barber of Birmingham: Foot Soldier of the Civil Rights (25 min., 2011). Co-presented by the Berkeley FILM Foundation (Parkway, 7:00)

Riding My Way Back (26 min., 2014). Co-presented by the Berkeley FILM Foundation (Parkway, 7:00)

War Horse (163 min., 2014). Presented by National Theater Live (Rialto Cinemas Elmwood, 7:00)

Wednesday, March 5

Early Summer (135 min., 1952). Film 50: History of Cinema (BAM/PFA, 3:10)

What's New Pussycat? (108 min., 1965). Jokers Wild: American Comedy, 1960-1989 (BAM/PFA, 7:00)

Lifting the Veil (113 min., 2011). (Humanist Hall, Oakland, 7:30)


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