Fall

Oct. 31 (Hogg Aud.)

Carmen Jones, Otto Preminger

Nov. 7 (Hogg Aud.) The Mirror, Andrei Tarkovsky Nov. 14 (Hogg Aud.) My Name Is Ivan, Andrei Tarkovsky Nov. 21 Landscape Suicide, James Benning Nov. 28 Kiss Me Deadly, Robert Aldrich Dec. 5 (Hogg Aud.) Satan's Brew, Rainer Werner Fassbinder


Spring

Jan. 16 In a Year of Thirteen Moons,

Rainer Werner Fassbinder Jan. 23 Sixties Experimental Film Program (The Big Shave, Martin Scorsese; Scorpio Rising, Kenneth Anger; To Parsifal, Bruce Baillie; Oh Dem Watermelons, Robert Nelson; Mothlight, Stan Brakhage) Jan. 30 Intolerance, D.W. Griffith Feb. 6 My Son John, Leo McCarey Feb. 13 Faces, John Cassavetes Feb. 20 Land of Silence and Darkness, Werner Herzog Feb. 27 (Hogg Aud.) Days of Heaven, Terrence Malick Mar. 5 Lindsay Anderson Films (Is That All There Is, Every Day Except Christmas,

Thursday's Children) Mar. 19 Three Texas Films (Hannah and the Dog Ghost, Ken Harrison; A Hell of a Note, Eagle Pennell; Speed of Light, Brian Hansen) Mar. 26 Portrait of Theresa, Pastor Vega Apr. 2 The Man with the Movie Camera, Dziga Vertov; Earth, Alexander Dovzhenko Apr. 9 (Hogg Aud.) Bigger Than Life, Nicholas Ray Apr. 16 Jeanne Dielman, Chantel Akerman Apr. 23 Trouble Man, Ivan Dixon Apr. 30 Demon Lover Diary, Joel Demott


Summer

June 4 Experimental Film Program (Alphabet, David Lynch; Grandmother, David Lynch; Mongoloid, Bruce Conner; America Is Waiting, Bruce Conner; Breakfast, Bruce Conner; Mayhem, Abigail Child) June 11 Land Without Bread, Luis Buñuel; El/This Strange Passion, Luis Buñuel June 18 Poto and Cabengo, Jean-Pierre Gorin June 25 The Constant Factor, Krzysztof Zanussi July 2 Killer of Sheep, Charles Burnett July 9 The Reckless Moment, Max Ophuls July 16 Joe and Maxi, Maxi Cohen; Anger, Maxi Cohen July 23 Ordet, Carl Dreyer July 30 David Holzman's Diary, Jim McBride Aug. 6 From the Cloud to the Resistance, Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillete Aug. 13 Lonesome Cowboys, Andy Warhol Aug. 20 (Hogg Aud.) Fanny and Alexander, Ingmar Bergman

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