film series: fall 2014
- The Alloy
Silent films and live music with our favorite ensemble! The Son of the Sheik • The Lost World • Metropolis
With Prof. Cheryl Finley’s course Blaxploitation Film and Photography. Big guns, lotsa sex & violence, 70s fashion, and Black heros & heroines. Fab soundtracks!
- A Celebration of
the Moog Synthesizer
Featuring An Ultimedia Concert w/ Eric Ross, Trevor Pinch & Peter Rothbart. In conjunction w/ Switched-On: The Birth of the Moog Synthesizer at The History Center.
- Cinema in Sage
Free films with live music in historic Sage Chapel! Häxan: Witchcraft Through the Ages • The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
- Classic Restorations
Godzilla: The Japanese Original • Othello (Welles) • Rohmer's A Summer’s Tale • Northern Lights • A Hard Day’s Night & more
5 stellar foreign language films from Japan, Singapore, Czech Republic, Argentina and Poland, including two filmmaker presentations!
- Doc Spots
w/ guest speakers!
The Internet’s Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz • Ai Weiwei: The Fake Case • Farmland • The Night of Fools
- Everything Old
Is New Again
A celebration of Celluloid, Vinyl and Reel-to-Reel Tape; Analog synthesizers, Typewriters and TVs!
- Film Favorites
Recent popular hits and cult classics!
- Filmmaker Rising:
With a possible visit by the filmmaker! Cold in July • We Are What We Are (both the original & Mickle's remake)
- A Hard Day’s Night
A 50th anniversary restoration of the groundbreaking film, followed by a Beatles-themed dance party on our stage with DJ Bob Proehl!
- Ithaca International Fantastic Film Festival
Year 3! At Cornell Cinema & Cinemapolis. Witches galore at CC! Special IIFFF prices apply.
- IthaKid Film Festival
Saturday matinees with cheap tickets, cosponsored by the Ithaca Youth Bureau.
- LGBT Film Series
Featuring a visit by Jonathan Caouette with a free screening of his breakout film, Tarnation. Plus The Normal Heart.
- Looking for Adventure
Tourists, Travelers and Explorers in Tibet, Timbuktu, Peru, Spain and the French Riviera.
- Orientation Week
New Cornell Students (w/ID) get in free Sunday–Friday! And all CU students free on Friday for Captain America: The Winter Soldier & Divergent.
- The Vietnam War
& Cornell SDS
In advance of a reunion of the Cornell Chapter of Students for a Democratic Society. Apocalypse Now Redux • The Deer Hunter
- WWI in the
On the Great War's centennial: two classic epics set in the Ottoman Empire: Lawrence of Arabia and Gallipoli (with a very young Mel Gibson).
- A Willy Wonka
Enjoy chocolate beverages and desserts and then join us for the original and best film of Roald Dahl’s classic book, with a brilliant performance by Gene Wilder.
- You, Robot
In honor of the 50th anniversary of the founding of Cornell's Department of Computer Science. Great cult classics!