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Repertory film listings for April 9-15, 2015.

Thursday, April 9

Durakovo: Village of Fools (90 min., 2008). Afterimage: Filmmakers & Critics in Conversation Nino Kirtadze (BAM/PFA, Berkeley, 7:30)

2001: A Space Odyssey (160 min., 1968). Parkway Classics (The New Parkway, Oakland, 9:00)

NT Live: A View From the Bridge (Rialto Cinemas Elmwood, 7:00)

Shadow of a Doubt (108 min., 1943). Cerrito Classics (Rialto Cinemas, El Cerrito, 7:00)

Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (95 min., 1964). (UA Berkeley 7, 9:00)

Water (117 min., 2005). (Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists' Hall, 7:00)

Friday, April 10

The Pipeline Next Door (90 min., 2010). Afterimage: Filmmakers & Critics in Conversation Nino Kirtadze (BAM/PFA, 3:10)

Something About Georgia (100 min., 2005). Afterimage: Filmmakers & Critics in Conversation Nino Kirtadze (BAM/PFA, 7:30)

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

The Princess Bride (98 min., 1987). (Parkway, 4:00)

Saturday, April 11

Don't Breathe (86 min., 2014). Filmmakers & Critics in Conversation Nino Kirtadze (BAM/PFA, 6:30)

Tell My Friends That I'm Dead (86 min., 2003). Filmmakers & Critics in Conversation Nino Kirtadze (BAM/PFA, 8:45)

The Princess Bride (98 min., 1987). (Parkway, 12:20, 6:10)

Sunday, April 12

Six fois deux/Sur et sous la communication: Parts I–II (200 min., 1976). Jean-Luc Godard: Expect Everything from Cinema (BAM/PFA, 2:00)

Hedwig and the Angry Inch (95 min., 2011). (Parkway, 12:30)

Shapeshifters Cinema presents Zen Cohen with Colton Long and Zoey Vero (Temescal Art Center, 7:30)

The Princess Bride (98 min., 1987). (Parkway, 12:15)

Monday, April 13

NT Live: A View From the Bridge (Rialto El Cerrito, 7:00)

The Princess Bride (98 min., 1987). Baby Brigade (Parkway, 6:30)

Tuesday, April 14

Twelve Disciples of Nelson Mandela: A Son's Tribute to Unsung Heroes (73 min., 2005). Committed Cinema: Thomas Allen Harris (BAM/PFA, 7:00)

Love Thy Nature (76 min., 7:00). Post-film Q&A with director Sylvie Rokab, Doc Night (Parkway, 7:00).

NT Live: A View From the Bridge (Rialto Elmwood, 7:00)

Wednesday, April 15

In the Mood for Love (98 min., 2000). Film 50: History of Cinema, lecture by Emily Carpenter (BAM/PFA, 3:10)

Through a Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People (92 min., 2014). Committed Cinema: Thomas Allen Harris (BAM/PFA, 7:30)

Champions League Soccer: Barcelona VS. Paris St. Germain (Parkway, 5:30)

NT Live: Behind the Beautiful Forevers (Rialto Elmwood, 7:00)

The Great Invisible (92 min., 2014). Reel to Real Film Series (David Brower Center, Berkeley, 7:00)

Four Horseman of the Banking Cartel (Humanist Hall, Oakland, 7:30)

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