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It's finally Spring! This weekend, when you need a break from galavanting through Central Park or hanging down by the water, be sure to stop by your local theater for a classic lineup.
Friday, April 4th
12:00 a.m. (same time Saturday)
Part of Nitehawk's April midnight series Just Say Yes, see De Palma's and Stone's legendary collaboration that created one of the most classic drug tales of contemporary crime films.
Fahrenheit 451 (1966)
Part of the series An Auteurist History of Film is Truffaut's adaptation of the famous novel of the same name by Ray Bradbury, which analyzed government use of surveillance technology as an invasive, problematic human rights issue. Sound relevant?
Saturday, April 5th
A Fish Called Wanda (1988)
11:00 a.m. (same time Friday and Sunday)
Showing in 35mm, Charles Crichton's and John Cleese's collaboration (starring Jamie Lee Curtis and Michael Palin) blends romantic comedy and crime in the best way possible.
Sunday, April 6th
A League of Their Own (1992)
11:30 a.m. (same time Saturday)
Penny Marshall showed us that girls can play baseball, especially if you're Madonna, Rosie O'Donnell, or Geena Davis and Tom Hanks is your coach.
Broken Flowers (2005)
Part of the series Permanent Vacation: The Films of Jim Jarmusch, see Bill Murray in one of his most poignant roles as he searches for his long lost son. Fred Elmes, Jarmusch's director of photography, will be in person for a Q&A after the screening.