Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Other Mid-March screenings

As exciting as the Marker and Varda events are, they're not the only thing coming up.

Wednesday, March 13
The Last Days of Pompeii 
(dir. Mario Caserini, Italy, 1913)
35mm screening with live musical accompaniment
International House

Friday, March 15

Exhumed Horror:
Terror Train
dir. Roger Spottiswoode, 1980, 35mm
Horror Express
dir. Eugenio Martín, 1972, 35mm

International House

Saturday, March 16
Howl’s Moving Castle 
part of a Hayao Miyazaki retrospective
Bryn Mawr Film Institute

Tuesday, March 19
Secret Cinema presents
B movie double feature: The Crime of Helen Stanley/Madame Spy
at The Chestnut Hill Film Group
at Woodmere Art Museum
9201 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia
Admission: FREE

Marker (and Varda)

There's an embarrassment of riches this week, as Penn, Temple, and Slought are organizing a commemorative symposium on Chris Marker's work, with visiting filmmakers to include Agnes Varda. Here's a rundown of events:

Wed. March 13

Agnès Varda, in conversation with Molly Nesbit
University of Pennsylvania, Meyerson Hall

Thurs. March 14
Screening: Beaches of Agnes (Varda 2008)

Varda in person
International House

Friday, March 15
opening panel and reception for Chris Marker event
Slought Foundation

Saturday, March 16
Chris Marker event
Slought Foundation

Saturday, March 16
Screening: early Chris Marker collaborations
International House