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Ann Arbor Film Festival

Melwood Screening Room

Fri, October 3 to Sat, October 4
Fri, Program A: 7:30 | Program B: 9:15
Sat, Program B: 7:30 | Program A: 9:15
FREE - Part of RADical Days

The touring program (now in its 52nd year) is a wide-ranging compilation of prize-winning experimental, animated, documentary and narrative films.

2014 Sundance Film Festival Shorts Program

Harris Theater

Fri, October 3 to Thu, October 9
Fri: 8:00 | Sat: 6:00 & 8:00 | Sun: 3:00 | Mon-Thur: 7:30
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Sundance Institute/Sundance Film Festival is touring a program of eight short films in theaters across America, and this year, shorts-loving audiences here get a chance to see it on the big screen.

The Notebook

Regent Square Theater

Fri, October 3 to Thu, October 9
Fri: 8:00 | Sat: 3:00, 5:30 & 8:00 | Sun: 3:00 & 5:30
Mon-Thur: 8:00
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Set in Nazi-occupied Hungary, it's the chilling story of twin siblings who endure the increasingly nightmarish effects of war.

The Fearless Vampire Killers

Regent Square Theater

Sun, October 5
Sunday 8:00pm
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A macabre send-up of the vampire movie, it involves a bumbling professor and his awkward assistant who go after a family of Transylvanians. The cult film runs through everything associated with vampires, but with a goofy spin. Sharon Tate is at her most ravishing. (Roman Polanski; 1967; 108 min)

Reel Q: Pittsburgh LGBT Film Festival

Harris Theater

Fri, October 10 to Sat, October 18

The festival is an annual celebration of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered writers, directors, actors and their work. Visit plgfs.org for complete list of films and showtimes.

My Old Lady

Regent Square Theater

Fri, October 10
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The tale of guilty secrets, hidden lives and family ghosts is an impressive directorial debut from playwright/screenwriter Israel Horovitz.

Don't Look Now

Melwood Screening Room

Fri, October 10 to Sat, October 11
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Dreamlike, hallucinatory and enigmatic, this is a spellbinding cinematic experience.

What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?

Regent Square Theater

Sun, October 12
Sunday 8:00pm
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This creeper stars Bette Davis and Joan Crawford as two aging sisters living and bickering in an old mansion -- one was a former child star, the other was a Hollywood actress whose career was ruined in a horrible accident. Full of unintended humor, it's been spoofed in many TV sitcoms. (Robert Aldrich; 1962; 132 min) 

Expedition to the End of the World

Harris Theater

Sun, October 19 to Thu, October 23
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An adventure film for the 21st century, this is a grand journey to the last uncharted area of the globe.

Young Frankenstein

Regent Square Theater

Sun, October 19
Sunday 8:00pm
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From a career that includes some of the best comedies ever made, this is the film for which Mel Brooks will be most fondly remembered. In this silly riff on the famous horror tale – creating life from dead humans – we meet the grandson of Victor Frankenstein, who has spent his life living down the legend of his grandfather, even insisting on a new pronunciation of his name. (Mel Brooks: 1974; 106 min)  

Fargo

Melwood Screening Room

Thu, October 23
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Darkly comic, this Coen Brothers thriller created one of cinema's classic female characters: Marge Gunderson.

Last Days in Vietnam

Harris Theater

Fri, October 24 to Thu, October 30
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"Director Rory Kennedy's documentary isn't an examination of the rights or wrongs of U.S. involvement in Vietnam, but a thrilling narrative told with first-person stories of the war's chaotic end.” — NPR

The Tingler

Regent Square Theater

Sun, October 26
Sunday 8:00pm
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A pathologist, played by Vincent Price, regularly conducts autopsies on executed prisoners to test his theory that fear is the result of a parasite that lives inside us, and that it's suppressed by our ability to scream when fear strikes. This cult classic is legendary for having vibrating devices in the theater seats in 1959. (William Castle; USA; 1959; 82 min)

My Life As a Dog

Melwood Screening Room

Wed, October 29
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Featuring an incredibly natural performance by its young star, this unforgettable film is a bittersweet evocation of the struggles and joys of growing up. With subtitles.

Ghostbusters

Regent Square Theater

Fri, October 31 to Sat, November 1
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Seriously, who ya gonna call? In this universally adored comedy, three unemployed para-psychology professors set up shop as a ghost removal service in Manhattan. Stars Bill Murray, Dan Akyroyd, and Harold Ramis. (Ivan Reitman; 1984; 105 min)
 

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