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Sep 01, 2016

September 1, 6 pm
Opening Reception (cash bar)

September 1, 7 pm
FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT, 1940

Sep 02, 2016

13 RUE MADELEINE, 1946

Sep 02, 2016

THE IPCRESS FILE, 1965

Sep 03, 2016

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Saturday, September 3, 1:30 pm

THE SPY WHO CAME IN FROM THE COLD, 1965

Saturday, September 3, 3:30 pm
Reel People coffee and discussion with Dr. Joan McGettigan

Sep 03, 2016

Saturday, September 3, 3:30 pm
Reel People coffee and discussion with Dr. Joan McGettigan

September 3, 4:30 pm
THE LIVES OF OTHERS
, 2006

In 1983 East Berlin, a dedicated Stasi officer doubts that a famous playwright is loyal to the Communist Party and receives approval to spy on the man and his actress-lover. However, he becomes unexpectedly sympathetic to the couple and must grapple with conflicting loyalties. The Lives of Others won the 2006 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

Sep 04, 2016

THE TALL BLOND MAN WITH ONE BLACK SHOE, 1972
In this charming French farce, a hapless violinist becomes an unwitting pawn of rival factions within the French secret service after he is chosen as a decoy.

90 minutes, PG, French with English subtitles

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Power, Politics, and Paranoia: The Art of Espionage
September 1-4, 2016  

Sep 04, 2016

OUR MAN IN HAVANA, 1959

With a script adapted from the 1958 Graham Greene novel and shot on location in pre-revolutionary Cuba, Our Man in Havana stars Alec Guinness as a vacuum cleaner salesman recruited by the British Intelligence Service in this elaborate farce from award-winning director Carol Reed (The Third Man).

110 minutes, unrated

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Sep 04, 2016

MUNICH, 2005
Nominated for five Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director, Steven Spielberg's Munich recounts the dramatic story of the secret Israeli squad assigned to track down and assassinate 11 Palestinians believed to have planned the 1972 Munich massacre - and the personal toll this mission of revenge takes on the team and the man who leads it.

164 minutes, R

Sep 09, 2016

"Director Whit Stillman has transformed Jane Austen's Lady Susan, an epistolary novel that probably dates from the middle of the seventeen-nineties, into a brisk and cutting comedy of manners." Anthony Lane,

Sep 09, 2016

"Director Whit Stillman has transformed Jane Austen's Lady Susan, an epistolary novel that probably dates from the middle of the seventeen-nineties, into a brisk and cutting comedy of manners." Anthony Lane,

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