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2017

  Wednesday, May 17, 2017
CMIA - Twenty-First Century Cinema
6:30 pm
  • Beau Travail
    (Claire Denis, 1999, France, 98 minutes, 35mm)
  • Notre Musique
    (Jean-Luc Godard, 2004, France/Switzerland, 80 minutes, 35mm)
  • Le Quattro Volte
    (Michelangelo Frammartino, 2010, Italy, 88 minutes)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Tuesday, May 16, 2017
CMIA - Films of Ingmar Bergman
6:30 pm
  • Fanny and Alexander
    (Ingmar Bergman, 1982, Sweden/France/West Germany, 312 minutes)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Friday, May 12, 2017
CMIA - French New Wave
6:30 pm
  • Gare du Nord
    (Jean Rouch, 1965, France, 15 minutes, 35mm)
  • Breathless
    (Jean-Luc Godard, 1960, France, 90 minutes, 35mm)
  • Celine and Julie Go Boating
    (Jacques Rivette, 1974, France, 193 minutes, 35mm)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Wednesday, May 10, 2017
CMIA - Returns to Realism
6:30 pm
  • The Horse Thief
    (Tian Zhuangzhuang, 1986, China, 88 minutes, 35mm)
  • Close-Up
    (Abbas Kiarostami, 1990, Iran, 98 minutes, 35mm)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Tuesday, May 9, 2017
CMIA - Films of Ingmar Bergman
7:00 pm
  • The Deep Blue Sea
    (Terence Davies, 2011, UK, 96 minutes, 35mm)
  • Breaking the Waves
    (Lars von Trier, 1996, Denmark, 159 minutes, 35mm)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Wednesday, May 3, 2017
CMIA - Sculpting in Time
6:30 pm
  • The Ascent
    (Larisa Shepitko, 1977, USSR, 111 minutes, 35mm)
  • The Mirror
    (Andrei Tarkovsky, 1975, USSR, 107 minutes, 35mm)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Tuesday, May 2, 2017
CMIA - Sculpting in Time
7:00 pm
  • Ivan’s Childhood
    (Andrei Tarkovsy, 1962, USSR, 97 minutes, 35mm)
  • The Sacrifice
    (Andrei Tarkovsky, 1986, Sweden, 142 minutes, 35mm)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Friday, April 28, 2017
CMIA - Films of Ingmar Bergman
6:30 pm
  • Hour of the Wolf
    (Ingmar Bergman, 1968, Sweden, 99 minutes, 35mm)
  • Passion of Anna
    (Ingmar Bergman, 1969, Sweden, 101 minutes, 35mm)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Wednesday, April 26, 2017
CMIA - Cinemas of Eastern Europe
6:30 pm
  • The Round-Up
    (Miklós Jancsó, 1966, Hungary, 90 minutes, 35mm)
  • Year of the Quiet Sun
    (Krzysztof Zanussi, 1984, Poland/USA/West Germany, 106
    minutes, 35mm)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Tuesday, April 25, 2017
CMIA - Frankenstein (FYSEM Symposium Event)
6:30 pm
  • Special screening of both versions of the National Theatre production of Frankenstein (directed by Danny Boyle) at 6:30 and 9:00 PM
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Friday, April 21, 2017
CMIA - Films of Ingmar Bergman
9:30 pm
  • Shame
    (Ingmar Bergman, 1968, Sweden, 108 minutes, 35mm)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Wednesday, April 19, 2017
CMIA - Films of Ingmar Bergman
9:30 pm
  • Shame
    (Ingmar Bergman, 1968, Sweden, 108 minutes, 35mm)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Wednesday, April 19, 2017
CMIA - Modernist Cinemas of the 1960s
6:30 pm
  • Black Girl
    (Ousmane Sembène, 1965, Senegal/France, 65 minutes, 35mm)
  • The Chronicle of Anna Magdalena Bach
    (Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet, 1968,West Germany, 94 minutes, 35mm)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Wednesday, April 19, 2017
CMIA - Public Discussion with Isabelle Huppert
3:00 pm
  • The public discussion with Isabelle Huppert begins at 3:00 PM.
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Tuesday, April 18, 2017
CMIA - Films of Isabelle Huppert
7:00 pm
  • The Piano Teacher
    (Michael Haneke, 2001, France/Austria/Germany, 131 minutes, 35mm)
  • La Cérémonie
    (Claude Chabrol, 1995, France, 112 minutes)
The screening will be held in advance of a public discussion with Isabelle Huppert on Wednesday, April 19th beginning at 3:00 PM in the Sosnoff Theater of the Fisher Center. Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Wednesday, April 12, 2017
CMIA - New American Cinema
6:30 pm
  • Shadows
    (John Cassavetes, 1959, USA, 81 minutes, 35mm)
  • Mean Streets
    (Martin Scorsese, 1973, USA, 112 minutes, 35mm)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Tuesday, April 11, 2017
CMIA - Films of Ingmar Bergman
7:00 pm
  • Lilith
    (Robert Rossen, 1964, USA, 114 minutes, 35mm)
  • Faces
    (John Cassavetes, 1968, USA, 130 minutes, 16mm)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Wednesday, April 5, 2017
CMIA - French New Wave
6:30 pm
  • Godard/Truffaut Program
     
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Tuesday, April 4, 2017
CMIA - Films of Ingmar Bergman
6:30 pm
  • Scenes from a Marriage
    (Ingmar Bergman, 1973, Sweden, 283 minutes)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Friday, March 31, 2017
CMIA - Films of Ingmar Bergman
6:30 pm
  • The Magic Flute
    (Ingmar Bergman, 1975, Sweden, 135 minutes, 35mm)
  • Amadeus
    (Miloš Forman, 1984, USA, 160 minutes, 35mm)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Wednesday, March 29, 2017
CMIA - Beyond Neorealism
6:30 pm
  • Red Desert
    (Michelangelo Antonioni, 1964, Italy/France, 116 minutes, 35mm)
  • Oedipus Rex
    (Pier Paolo Pasolini, 1967, Italy, 104 minutes, 35mm)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Tuesday, March 28, 2017
CMIA - Films of Ingmar Bergman
7:00 pm
  • Autumn Sonata
    (Ingmar Bergman, 1978, Sweden, 99 minutes, 35mm)
  • Cries and Whispers
    (Ingmar Bergman, 1972, Sweden, 106 minutes, 35mm)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Wednesday, March 15, 2017
CMIA - Technicolor Epics
6:30 pm
  • Bonnie and Clyde
    (Arthur Penn, 1967, USA, 112 minutes, 35mm)
  • West Side Story
    (Robert Wise, 1961, USA, 152 minutes, 35mm)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Tuesday, March 14, 2017
CMIA - Films of Ingmar Bergman
7:00 pm
  • The Deep Blue Sea
    (Terence Davies, 2011, UK, 96 minutes, 35mm)
  • Gertrud
    (Carl Theodor Dreyer, 1964, Denmark, 114 minutes, 35mm)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Friday, March 10, 2017
CMIA - Japanese Cinema
7:00 pm
  • Seven Samurai
    (Akira Kurosawa, 1954, Japan, 207 minutes, 35mm)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Wednesday, March 8, 2017
CMIA - Technicolor Epics
6:30 pm
  • Hell in the Pacific
    (John Boorman, 1968, USA, 103 minutes, 35mm)
  • The Fall of the Roman Empire
    (Anthony Mann, 1964, USA, 172 minutes, 35mm)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Tuesday, March 7, 2017
CMIA - Films of Ingmar Bergman
7:00 pm
  • A Lesson in Love
    (Ingmar Bergman, 1954, Sweden, 96 minutes, 35mm)
  • Smiles of a Summer Night
    (Ingmar Bergman, 1955, Sweden, 108 minutes, 35mm)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Wednesday, March 1, 2017
CMIA - Technicolor Epics
7:30 pm
  • Lawrence of Arabia
    (David Lean, 1962, UK, 197 minutes, 35mm)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Tuesday, February 28, 2017
CMIA - Technicolor Epics
8:45 pm
  • The Cardinal
    (Otto Preminger, 1963, USA, 172 minutes, 35mm)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Tuesday, February 28, 2017
CMIA - Films of Ingmar Bergman
7:00 pm
  • Music in Darkness
    (Ingmar Bergman, 1948, Sweden, 86 minutes, 16mm)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Wednesday, February 22, 2017
CMIA - Technicolor Epics
8:45 pm
  • El Cid
    (Anthony Mann, 1961, Italy/United States, 180 minutes, 35mm)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Tuesday, February 21, 2017
CMIA - Films of Ingmar Bergman
7:00 pm
  • Ordet
    (Carl Theodor Dreyer, 1955, Denmark, 126 minutes, 16mm)
  • The Magician
    (Ingmar Bergman, 1958, Sweden, 107 minutes)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Wednesday, February 15, 2017
CMIA - Japanese Cinema
6:30 pm
  • Seven Samurai
    (Akira Kurosawa, 1954, Japan, 207 minutes, 35mm)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Wednesday, February 8, 2017
CMIA - Silent Cinema Program
6:30 pm
  • Duck Amuck
    (Chuck Jones, 1953, USA, 8 minutes, 35mm)
  • Los Olvidados
    (Luis Buñuel, 1950, Mexico, 88 minutes, 35mm)
  • Programs of 35mm silent films from the Jean Desmet Collection
    • Cinema Fashionista
      • Laatse bioscoop wereldberichten [Newsreel]
        (1914, Netherlands, 5 minutes)
      • Fior di male
        (Carmine Gallone, 1915, Italy, 65 minutes)
      • La Moda vuole l’ala larga
        (Ambrosio, 1912, Italy, 5 minutes)
      • Concorso di bellezza fra bambini a Torino
        (Aquila Films, 1909, Italy, 3 minutes)
      • Patouillard a une femme qui veut suivre la mode
        (Romeo Bosetti, 1912, France, 6 minutes)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Tuesday, February 7, 2017
CMIA - Silent Cinema Program
7:00 pm
  • Vampyr
    (Carl Theodor Dreyer, 1932, Germany, 73 minutes, 35mm)
  • Programs of 35mm silent films from the Jean Desmet Collection
    • The Colourful World of Cinema
      • Ved Faenglets Port
        (August Blom, 1911, Denmark, 38 minutes)
      • L’Orgie romaine
        (Louis Feuillade, 1911, France, 9 minutes)
      • Tra le pinete di Rodi
        (Savoia, 1912, Italy, 4 minutes)
      • Lily ménagère
        (Eclair Coloris, 1914, France, 7 minutes)
      • Le Royaume des fleurs
        (Gaumont, c. 1914, France, 7 minutes)
      • La Légende des ondines
        (Georges Denola, 1911, France, 6 minutes)
      • L’Obsession d’or
        (Lucien Nonguet and Pathé Frères, 1906, France, 3 minutes)
    • Perils of the Pictures
      • Le Mystère des Roches de Kador
        (Léonce Perret, 1912, France, 38 minutes)
      • The Picture Idol
        (James Young, 1912, USA, 14 minutes)
      • Amour et science
        (M.J. Hoche, 1912, France, 15 minutes)
      • Arthème opérateur
        (Ernest Servaes, 1913, France, 7 minutes)
      • Una Tragedia al cinematografo
        (Enrico Guazzoni, 1913, Italy, 8 minutes)
      • German and Italian shorts
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.
  Tuesday, January 31, 2017
CMIA - Films of Ingmar Bergman
7:00 pm
  • Through a Glass Darkly
    (Ingmar Bergman, 1961, Sweden, 91 minutes, 35mm)
  • The Silence
    (Ingmar Bergman, 1963, Sweden, 105 minutes, 35mm)
Please check http://www.bard.edu/cmia for the full schedule.

Pre-CMIA Event Archive

2017

Thursday, August 17, 2017
Autumn Sonata
Part of the SummerScape film series: Chopin and the Image of Romanticism
Autumn Sonata
(Ingmar Bergman, 1978, Sweden/West Germany, 99 minutes)

The challenges of articulating the controlled emotions embedded in Chopin’s Preludes are used as a correlate to mother/daughter dynamics in Ingmar Bergman’s Autumn Sonata.


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Sunday, August 13, 2017
Smiles of a Summer’s Night and Camouflage
Part of the SummerScape film series: Chopin and the Image of Romanticism
Smiles of a Summer’s Night
(Ingmar Bergman, 1955, Sweden, 108 minutes)

Camouflage
(Krzysztof Zanussi, 1977, Poland, 100 minutes)

Ironic use of Chopin’s music is made in both Smiles of a Summer Night, Ingmar Bergman’s comedy of misplaced affections, and Krzysztof Zanussi’s quietly devastating Camouflage.


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Thursday, August 10, 2017
Camera Buff and White
Part of the SummerScape film series: Chopin and the Image of Romanticism
Camera Buff
(Krzysztof Kieślowski, 1979, Poland, 112 minutes)

White
(Krzysztof Kieślowski, 1994, France/Poland, 92 minutes)

A Chopin waltz is used to deepen the stakes of the ethical decisions of the protagonist in Krzysztof Kieślowski’s Camera Buff, one of the key films of the Polish Cinema of Moral Anxiety. Fifteen years later, in the black comedy White, Kieślowski parodied the use of Chopin music in earlier Polish films.


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Sunday, August 6, 2017
Chopin’s Youth and Lolita
Part of the SummerScape film series: Chopin and the Image of Romanticism
Chopin’s Youth
(Aleksander Ford, 1952, Poland, 121 minutes)

Lolita
(Stanley Kubrick, 1962, UK/USA, 152 minutes)

Aleksander Ford gives a new ideological significance to Chopin’s life in his socialist realist biopic. Chopin’s music is used with comic irony in Stanley Kubrick’s adaptation of Vladimir Nabokov’s novel.


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Thursday, August 3, 2017
A Song to Remember, and And the Ship Sails On
Part of the SummerScape film series: Chopin and the Image of Romanticism
A Song to Remember
(Charles Vidor, 1945, USA, 113 minutes)

And the Ship Sails On
(Federico Fellini, 1983, Italy, 132 minutes)

Charles Vidor’s Technicolor biopic of Chopin will be paired with Federico’s Fellini’s satirical cruise film.

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Sunday, July 30, 2017
Calling Mr. Smith​, Kanał, and Ashes and Diamonds
Part of the SummerScape film series: Chopin and the Image of Romanticism
Calling Mr. Smith
(Stefan and Franciszka Themerson, 1943, UK, 9 minutes)

Kanał
(Andrzej Wajda, 1957, Poland, 96 minutes)

Ashes and Diamonds
(Andrzej Wajda, 1958, Poland, 103 minutes)

In these two war dramas, key works of the Polish Film School, director Andrzej Wajda depicts the Warsaw Uprising (Kanał) and the transition from Nazi occupation to Soviet rule (Ashes and Diamonds).

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Thursday, July 27, 2017
Color Studies of Chopin and The Pianist
Part of the SummerScape film series: Chopin and the Image of Romanticism
Color Studies of Chopin
(Eugeniuz Cękalski, 1937-1944, USA/Poland, 11 minutes)

The Pianist
(Roman Polanski, 2002, France/Germany/Poland/United Kingdom, 150 minutes)

Roman Polanski’s adaptation of pianist Władysław Szpilman’s World War II memoirs highlights the ambiguities of art, politics, and history.

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