Movies / Festivals

September 09, 2005


AFI Silver Theatre & Cultural Center. 8633 Colesville Road, Silver Spring, 301-495-6700,

Sept. 15-20: Fifth annual Labor Film Festival

Sept. 18-20: Cinema Tropical: Films from Latin America

Sept. 13-Oct. 20: Korean Film Festival

Sept. 23-Oct. 2: Latin American Film Festival

Oct 4: The Weekends are for Us, We Are Arabbers

Oct. 5-16: Asian Pacific Film Festival

Oct. 7-Nov. 3: Mel Brooks Showcase

Oct. 8-Nov. 3: Ernst Lubitsch Retrospective Part I

Nov. 25-Dec. 18: Ernst Lubitsch Retrospective Part II

Oct. 15-Nov. 7: French Cinema Under the Occupation

Oct. 17-18: U2's Rattle and Hum

Oct. 29, 31: Nosferatu and The Golem

Oct. 8-Nov. 3: Samurai Films

Oct. 13-16: The Wicker Man

Nov. 4: Robert Bresson's Pickpocket

Nov. 11-20: European Union Film Showcase

Nov. 21-Dec. 15: Louis Malle Retrospective

Early December: Greats from Merchant Ivory

Dec. 20: It's a Wonderful Life

December: Washington Jewish Festival

June: Silverdocs 2006: AFI/Discovery Channel Documentary Festival

Creative Alliance at The Patterson. 3134 Eastern Ave., 410-276-1651,

Sept. 14: Out at Work

Sept. 21: The Wobblies

Sept. 25: CAmm Slamm Screening!

Sept. 28: Bread and Roses

Sept. 29: Devil Music Ensemble performs score to Nosferatu at the Senator Theatre

Oct. 20: Deadline, filmmaker Katy Chevigny appearance

Oct. 27: Cruel and Unusual

Feb. 23: Shakespeare Behind Bars

March 2: The Trials of Darryl Hunt

Falvey Hall, Maryland Institute College of Art. 1301 Mount Royal Ave., 410-225-2300, presented by Maryland Film Festival.,

Oct. 10-Nov. 14: Women in Film

Nov. 21: David Clark screening

Film Classics at the Hippodrome presented by the Maryland Film Festival. 12 N. Eutaw St., 410-752-8083,

Sept. 22: East of Eden

Sept. 23: Boyz N the Hood

Sept. 24: Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory

Sept. 25: Young Frankenstein

FILMTALK. Enoch Pratt Free Library, 400 Cathedral St., 410-396-5487,

Sept. 17: Big Deal on Madonna Street

Oct. 15: Pierrot le Fou

Nov. 19: Sherman's March

Dec. 10: Woman of the Dunes

Gordon Center for Performing Arts. 3506 Gwynnbrook Ave., 410-542-4900, ext. 239,

Oct. 6: Le Grand Role

Oct. 20: Campfire

Nov. 14: Go for Zucker

Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts. 801 Chase St., Annapolis, 410-263-5544,

Sept. 16, Oct. 14, Nov. 11-14, Jan. 13, Feb. 17, March 10, April 7: Annapolis Film Festival

Mediation and Conflict Resolution Center at Howard Community College. 10901 Little Patuxent Parkway, Columbia, 410-772-4450,

March 30-April 1: Can Film Festival

Walters Art Museum. 600 N. Charles St., 410-547-9000,

Oct. 1: Antiques Roadshow, Jr.: Kid Collectors

Nov. 5: Families of Russia (Families of the World)

Dec. 3: Exotic Tales from Exotic Lands -- Tales from the Latin American Indians

Jan. 7: Reading Rainbow: The Paper Crane

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