film series: fall 2013
- 3 Kubrick Classics Plus 1
What better way to show off Cornell Cinema’s new DCP (Digital Cinema Package) projection than with a few Kubrick classics?
- The Alloy Orchestra Returns
“The best in the world at accompanying silent film.” (Ebert) Playing with He Who Gets Slapped and Buster Keaton’s The General.
- American Cinema
13 classic films on Wednesdays, in conjuction with the University Course taught by Assoc. Prof. Sabine Haenni (PMA).
- Art Docs Downtown
(and on campus)
- Burt Lancaster:
A Centennial Tribute
Happy Birthday, Burt (11/2/1913)! Includes an intro to Sweet Smell of Success by NY Times film critic A.O. Scott.
- Cinema in Sage Chapel
Two programs: a Bill Morrison night, then a Halloween Organ Extravaganza with The Hands of Orlac!
- Coen Bros. Classics
In anticipation of their new film, Inside Llewyn Davis, to be released in December, we revisit a few of our old favorites.
We travel to film festivals and prescreen hundreds of titles each year to bring you some of the best of the fests.
- Doc Spots
These brand-new documentaries will provoke discussions: so we offer introductions and panels to do just that!
- Film Favorites
There’s always room for some recent Hollywood and art-house hits in our mix!
- The Gettysburg Address Turns 150
3 films complement events hosted by the Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections this November.
- Home Movies
Home movie footage tells the story of a nation and a president. Plus our 1st Annual Home Movie Night!
- Ithaca International Fantastic Film Festival
The 2nd edition of this festival expands to 5 days, including a Dan O'Bannon retrospective (including Alien!)
- IthaKid Film Festival
Twice a year we team with the Ithaca Youth Bureau for this Saturday matinee series (just $4 adults & $3 kids!)
- “Just Visiting” Cinema
…elsewhere, in a foreign place, with different people, or perhaps just alone… featuring visits by two filmmakers.
The Magical Martenot
The ondes Martenot, an early electronic musical instrument invented in 1928 features in a new doc and great film scores.
- Middle Eastern Cinema
Contemporary films from Lebanon, Israel, Palestine and Turkey in conjunction with Prof. Deborah Starr’s Middle Eastern Cinema course.
- Orientation Week
New Cornell students: sample Cornell Cinema for free while enjoying the brand new DCP (Digital Cinema Package) system in Willard Straight Theatre!
- Richard Linklater’s
Linklater’s romantic trilogy about Jesse and Celine (Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy), who first meet in 1995 in Europe.
- World Witches on Screen and Their Posters
Four films on witchcraft plus a poster exhibit from the Cornell Library Witchcraft collection.