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Repertory film listings for December 11-17

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Thursday, December 11

Budrus (82 min., 2009). I'm Weiwei: Activism, Free Expression, Human Rights (BAM/PFA, Berkeley, 7:00)

Brazil (132 min., 1985). Parkway Classics (The New Parkway, 9:30)

Cerrito Classics: The Wiz (134 min., 1978). Cerrito Classics (Rialto Cinemas El Cerrito, 7:00)

Reality TV Movie (89 min., 2014). Post-film Q&A with filmmaker and production team (Shattuck Cinemas, Berkeley, 7:15)

The Idiocratic Life (87 min., 2013). Two other short films and musical performance to follow (Rooz Café, Oakland, 7:00).

Friday, December 12

Café Lumière (103 min., 2003). Also Like Life: The Films of Hou Hsiao-hsien (BAM/PFA, 7:00)

King Lear (90 min., 1987). Jean-Luc Godard: Expect Everything from Cinema (BAM/PFA, 9:00)

Overlords of the U.F.O. (94 min., 1976). Lost and Out of Print (The Tannery, Berkeley, 7:30)

Saturday, December 13

Saba (100 min., 1929). Discovering Georgian Cinema (BAM/PFA, 6:30)

Nouvelle Vague (90 min., 1990). Jean-Luc Godard: Expect Everything from Cinema (BAM/PFA, 8:30)

Mystery Mystery Science Theater 3000 (Parkway, 10:30)

Dance of the Drunken Mantis (94 min., 1979). (Parkway, 3:00)

Sunday, December 14

Chickens in the Shadows (2010). Local Filmmaker Showcase featuring a post-film Q&A with director Vincent Gargiulo and Toaster N Moose (Parkway, 3:00)

The Passion of Joan of Arc (114 min., 1928). Lost and Out of Print (Tannery, 7:30)

Monday, December 15

Shakespeare's Globe: The Taming of the Shrew (Rialto Cerrito, 7:00)

The Hobbit Marathon in 3D (Grand Lake Theater, Oakland, Noon-9:12)

Tuesday, December 16

Keep on, Keepin On (84 min., 2014). Doc Night (Parkway, 7:00)

Wednesday, December 17

Planet Ocean (90 min., 2014). (Humanist Hall, 7:30)


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