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Shall We Dance

Shall We Dance

(G) Dir. Mark Sandrich, USA, 1937, 109 min | Comedy, Musical, Romance
35mm print available.
Starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. A budding romance between a ballet master and a tap dancer becomes complicated when rumours surface that they’re already married.

The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle

The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle

(G) Dir. H.C. Potter, USA, 1939, 93 min | Biography, Musical, Romance
35mm print available.
Starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. The film tells of novice dancer Irene Foote (Rogers) who convinces vaudeville comic Vernon Castle (Astaire) to give up slapstick comedy in favor of sophisticated ballroom dancing.

Kandahar

Kandahar

(PG) Dir. Mohsen Makmalbaf, Iran, 2000. 85 min | Drama, Biography
35mm prints available.
Nafas, an Afghan-born journalist living in Canada receives a letter from her sister, who was maimed by a landmine and left behind during the escape, about her intentions to end her life. Desperately racing against time, Nafas sets out on a perilous journey into a land where it’s illegal for women to travel alone.

Red Lights

Red Lights

(M) Dir. Cedric Kahn, France, 2003. 106 min | Thriller
35mm prints available.
Based upon Georges Simenon’s book, Red Lights is a carefully crafted thriller masterfully incorporating elements of suspense and noir. Starring Jean-Pierre Darroussin and Carole Bouquet.

The Gleaners and I

The Gleaners and I

(G) Dir. Agnès Varda, France, 2000. 82 min | Documentary
35mm prints available.
Agnès Varda’s award-winning documentary. The secluded life of the deep French countryside is portrayed in this semi-autobiographic study of the obscure lifestyle. Focusing primarily on gleaners, those who scavenge an already harvested field, the moral, political and aesthetic aspects of these people are gradually revealed.