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HARVARD ARCHIVE

JUNE 2010

Fr i d a y

Monday 07

7 PM

The Garden Of The Finzi Continis

04

Saturday

7 PM

05

The Long Gray Line

7 PM

Two Women

11

7 PM

Miracle in Milan

9 PM

12

7 PM

Space Is The Place

18

7 PM

19

Darkstar

9 PM

7 PM

Quintet

25

7 PM

Phase IV

7 PM

Umberto D.

9 PM

7 PM

The Man Who Fell To Earth

26

7 PM

Invasion Of The Body Snatchers

13

20

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Film series are scheduled year-round and include retrospectives of distinguished directors and actors, surveys of important periods and movements, and in-depth explorations of historic themes and contemporary issues. Screeniwngs of films from the HFA collectionas well as those from other collections are held in the HFA Cinematheque, a 210-seat theater with state-of-theart equipment. The HFA frequently brings filmmakers to introduce and discuss their work, and over the years has hosted such renowned artists as photographer and filmmaker William Klein, Swedish actress Bibi Andersson, Canadian director Atom Egoyan, independent filmmaker Harmony Korine, the “Father of African Cinema” Ousamane Sembene, Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami, and actor-

The Bicycle Thieves

7 PM

The Hellstrom Chronicles

7 PM

Solaris

Glen And Randa

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ABOUT THE HFA The Harvard Film Archive (HFA) provides the faculty and students of Harvard University and the greater scholarly community with academic research services and a public film program that offers audiences the opportunity to view international and independent films and to interact with filmmakers and artists.

7 PM

9:15 PM

Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts 24 Quincy Street 617 . 495 . 4700

The Children Are Watching

Shivers

Death Race 2000

9 PM

7 PM

9:30 PM

Westworld

28

9 PM

06

After The Fox

Terminal Station

21

Shoeshine The Gold of Naples

9:30 PM

This is Korea

14

7 PM

Sunday

Admission

director Tommy Lee Jones, among others.

Tickets for all regular screenings are available 45

Established with the assistance of the Luce Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities in 1979, the Harvard Film Archive has grown into a rich resource for scholars and filmmakers. Its extensive collection includes 16mm and 35mm film prints, as well as rare video materials, vintage film posters, and promotional materials. As an affiliate of the International Federation of Film Archives, the HFA also has access to film prints from over a hundred repositories.

minutes before show time at the Cinematheque on the lower level of the Carpenter Center. HFA does not sell tickets in advance unless indicated otherwise, and a separate admission fee is charged for each screening.

WHERE TO FIND US The Harvard Film Archive is located in the lower level of the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts at 24 Quincy Street, in Cambridge, Massachusetts.We are east of the Harvard Square Red Line T Stop, in between the Harvard Faculty Club and the Fogg Art Museum, one block north of Massachusetts Avenue between Broadway and Harvard Streets in the Harvard University campus.

Membership

The HFA Public Film Program depends on the

Director’s Circle $500 Members receive two individual admission passes

generous support of members of the community

for an entire year, a subscription to the bi-monthly

to ensure the health and longevity of our unique

program calendar, and reserved tickets via e-mail

blend of programming. You can become a mem-

or phone for special events.

PARKING

appropriate amount to: Harvard Film Archive, 24

Although parking in Cambridge is difficult (most of the surrounding streets have restricted parking for Cambridge residents only),metered parking on Broadway and Harvard Streets, as well as the rest of Harvard Square, is free after 6 pm. Filmgoers are encouraged to use public transportation, particularly the MBTA Red Line.

ber by contacting the Archive at 617-496-6046 or by filling out and mailing in our Membership Form (in PDF format) along with a check in the Quincy Street,

Silver Screen Society $300 Free admission to all programs for one, including special events, free subscription to the quarterly program calendar and free one year subscription to Film comment magazine.

Individual / Dual Membership $55 / $100 $ 6 tickets to regular programs, reserved tickets

Student / Senior Membership $35 $5 tickets to regular programs, reserved tickets

Ticket Prices

for special events, free subscription to the quarter-

for special events, free subscription to the quarter-

$7 - Non-Harvard Students,

ly program calendar and free admission to three

ly program calendar and free admission to three

Harvard Faculty and Staff, and Senior Citizens.

regualar screenings.

regular screenings.

$12 - Special Event Ticket Price for all patrons.

$9 - Regular Admission


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