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Repertory film listings for the week of July 3-9, 2014.

Thursday, July 3

Detour (69 min., 1945). (The Magick Lantern, Point Richmond, 7:30)

Gladiator (155 min., 2000. (UA Berkeley 7, 9:00)

Space Jam (88 min., 1996). Animation K.O. (New Parkway Theater, Oakland, 9:30)

Saturday, July 5

Le Chef (82 min., 2013). (The Magick Lantern, 2:00)

Utamaro and His Five Women (93 min., 1946). Kenji Mizoguchi: A Cinema of Totality (Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, 6:30)

Sebastiane (82 min., 1976). Derek Jarman, Visionary (BAM/PFA, 8:20)

Frozen (102 min., 2013). Dive In Movies (Fremont Pool, Oakland, 9:00)

Sunday, July 6

Night Train (99 min., 1959). Martin Scorsese Presents Masterpieces of Polish Cinema (BAM/PFA, 5:00)

Austin Power: International Man of Mystery (90 min., 1997). Rude Awakening: An American Comedy, 1990-2010 (BAM/PFA, 7:00)

Tuesday, July 8

Controlling and Punishment (90 min., 2014). Co-presented by the Berkeley FILM Foundation, featuring a post-film Q&A with director Ayten Mutlu Saray and co-director Ridha Tlili (Parkway, 7:00)

A Small Family Business (180 min., 2014). Presented by National Theatre Live (Rialto Cinemas Elmwood, 7:00)

Wednesday, July 9

My Love Has Been Burning (96 min., 1949). Kenji Mizoguchi: A Cinema of Totality (BAM/PFA, 7:00)

The Untold History of the United States— Chapter 9:  Bush & Clinton: Squandered Peace-New World Order (60 min., 2012). (Humanist Hall, Oakland, 7:30)

And So It Goes (95 min., 2013). New York Film Critics Series (Rialto Cinemas Elmwood, 7:30)


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