International Film

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International Film

New Jersey International Film Festival screenings are

Fridays through Sunday in Voorhees Hall 105, Rutgers College Avenue

campus. Thursday screenings are in Loree Hall 024, Douglass College

campus; with selected free events at Borders Books in Mid-State Mall,

Route 18 North, and Highland Park Middle School. All programs begin

at 7 p.m. $5. Call 732-932-8482 or

The Eternal Return. Directed by Jean Delannoy, 1945; Thursday,

June 6. The Royal Tenenbaums, directed by Wes Anderson, 2001;

June 7 to 9. Maya Deren Retrospective featuring "Meshes

of the Afternoon," "At Land," "A Study in Choreography

for the Camera," "Ritual in Transfigured Time," "Meditation

on Violence," and "The Very Eye of Night," directed by

Maya Deren from 1943 to 1959; Thursday, June 13.

Kandahar, Mohsen Makhmalbaf’s 2001 feature set in Afghanistan

under the Taliban; June 14 to 16. The Draughtsman’s Contract,

Peter Greenaway’s 1983 study in decadence; Thursday, June 20. Daughter

From Danang , directed by Gail Dollin and Vicente Franco, 2002;

June 21 to 23.

Ashes to Ashes, Art of Rebecca Haseltine, directed by

Rebecca Haseltine and Barbara Klutinis, 2001. Also PUGSLY a.k.a.

Manhattan Dog Story directed by Dmitry Torgovisky, 2001. Free at

Borders Books, Wednesday, June 26.

Unknown Soldier, directed by John Hulme, 2002; June 28.

Mr. Rose. Directed by Jay Giampietro (2001) with "The Global

Banquet: Politics of Food," directed by John Ankele, Ann Macksoud,

and Lawrence M. Rich (2001); June 29. Legalized America, directed

by Michael Ball (2002), with "Investigation of a Flame," directed

by Lynne Sachs (2001), June 30. Shrek. New threshhold in animation,

directed by Andrew Adamson and Vicky Jenson, 2001. Free., Saturday,

July 6.

Un Chien Andalou, Luis Bunuel’s 1929 classic, with L’Age

d’Or , directed by Salvador Dali, 1930; July 11. Mulletville,

Charles Creasy, 2002, July 12 and 14. Some Like It Hot, Billy

Wilder directs Marilyn Monroe and company (1959), free, Saturday,

July 13.

Going Postal, directed by Jeff Cline (2002) with Liberation

Now , directed by Judith Carlin and Roy E. Lowrance (2002), and

Strange Fruit by Joel Katz (2002), Friday, July 19. Fantasia,

Disney classic on the big screen, directed by Ben Sharpsteen (1940),

free, Saturday, July 20.

Obedience, directed by Stanley Milgram (1965), free, Wednesday,

July 24. The Beast of All Hallows Eve by April Allridge (2001)

with The Waters of Casablanca by Gregg Viermann (2002) and Shelter

by Anne Lewis (2001), Friday, July 26. Rear Window, the 1954

Alfred Hitchcock masterpiece, free, Saturday, July 27.

Free Outdoor Revival Screenings

Highland Park Middle School, North Fifth Avenue and Montgomery

Street, Highland Park. Four Saturdays in July at 9 p.m. Free. Shrek.

New threshhold in animation, directed by Andrew Adamson and Vicky

Jenson, 2001, Saturday, July 6. Some Like It Hot, Billy Wilder

directs Marilyn Monroe and company (1959), Saturday, July 13.

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