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September at The Jacob Burns Film Center: Spielberg’s Favorite Movies, Romanian Cinema & More

September at The Jacob Burns Film Center: Spielberg's Favorite Movies, Romanian Cinema & More

The non-profit Jacob Burns Film Center announces its September schedule of films, including programs “Steven Spielberg and Some of His Favorite Movies” (including “The Godfather,” “North by Northwest” and “The Maltese Falcon”) on September 15, “From the Ground Up: 10 Years After 9/11,” and “New Romanian Cinema: Tales from the Golden Age” on September 23. More information below, and check here for more details and updates.

September 2011 Advance Calendar – Jacob Burns Film Center (with information provided by the organization)

Steven Spielberg and Some of His Favorite Movies – September 2 – October 26
September 2 – NORTH BY NORTHWEST
September 3 – THE MALTESE FALCON
September 4 – LAWRENCE OF ARABIA
September 6 – THE SEARCHERS
September 7 – IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE
September 8 – THEIVES’ HIGHWAY
September 9 – REBECCA
September 10 & 14 – CASABLANCA
September 11 – THE SEVEN SAMURAI
September 12 – CUL-DE-SAC
September 13 & 15 – THE GODFATHER
October 26 – THE FRENCH CONNECTION

Focus on Nature – September 25, October 4, 19, 24
September 25 – THE BIG UNEASY, Q&A w/filmmaker Harry Shearer

New Romanian Cinema: Tales from the Golden Age (dates TBD)
September 23 – TALES FROM THE GOLDEN AGE
4 MONTHS, 3 WEEKS, AND 2 DAYS
CALIFORNIA DREAMIN’ (ENDLESS)
FIRST OF ALL, FELICIA
NIKI AND FLO
PHILANTHROPY
POLICE, ADJECTIVE
SHORTS PROGRAM
TUESDAY, AFTER CHRISTMAS
STUFF AND DOUGH
THE DEATH OF MR. LAZARESCU
AURORA
October 6 – THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF NICOLAE CEAUSESCU

FREE PUBLIC TOUR OF THE MEDIA ARTS LAB
– Meet in the Lobby of the Media Arts Lab – 405 Manville Road in Pleasantville

WRETCHES & JABBERERS
– Panel discussion following the film

FROM THE GROUND UP: 10 YEARS AFTER 9/11
– Q&A w/executive producer/subject Andrea Garbarini, filmmakers George and Beth Gage, and JBFC Executive Director Steve Apkon

RENÉE
– Q&A w/film subject Renée Richards, filmmaker Eric Drath, and New York Times critic Janet Maslin

BEING ELMO: A PUPPETEER’S JOURNEY
– Q&A w/special guest Kevin Clash, director Constance Marks, Sesame Workshop
President/CEO Gary Knell, and JBFC Executive Director Steve Apkon

Movies for Kids (And Their Families)
September 3-5, 10, 11 – JURASSIC PARK
September 17 & 18 – THE GOONIES
September 24 & 25 – INNERSPACE

Plus
THE FUTURE
MAGIC TRIP
MIA AND THE MIGOO

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