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MONDAY NOVEMBER 13TH, 2017 IN CELEBRATION OF CINEMATIKI’S 9TH ANNIVERSARY, WE PRESENT: WINGS OF DESIRE, DIRECTED BY Wim Wenders, Interpreted by Bruno Ganz, Solveig Dommartin & Otto Sander

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This Monday will mark our 379th Film. One of our Favorites, this will be our second viewing of Wings Of Desire.

THESE ARE SOME OF THE VISIONARY DIRECTORS WHOSE 378 FILMS WE HAVE SO FAR SEEN, DISCUSSED, ANALYZED AND STUDIED: francois truffaut, david lean, orson welles, federico fellini, vittorio de sica, lina wertmuller, luis bunuel, marcel carne, robert altman, luis puenzo,roman polanski, jacques tati, bernardo bertolucci, akiro kurosawa, the coen brothers, charles chaplin, pedro almodovar, john huston, mike nichols, alain resnais, louis malle, agnes varda, jacques demy, igmar bergman, stanley kubrick, martin scorsese, billy wilder, elia kazan, george cukor, michelangelo antonioni, sidney lumet, alfred hitchcock, wim wenders, jean renoir, paolo sorrentino, peter greenaway, carlos saura, bela tarr, richard lester, roy andersson, roberto rosellini, warren beatty, jean-pierre jeunet, alexander sokurov, phillipe de broca, john schlesinger, eric rohmer, mihalis kakogiannis, karel reisz, william wyler, alejandro gonzalez inarritu, vincent minelli, wes anderson, anthony minghella, ridley scott, dino risi, elaine may, franco zefirelli, roger vadim, joao cesar monteiro, nani moretti, paul thomas anderson, claude lelouch, phillipe de broca, john cassavettes, BOB FOSSE, KEN RUSSELL, SAM MENDES, ZHANG YIMOU, CAROL REED, ERROL MORRIS, PATRICE lE cONTE, etcetera, etcetera,etcetera…

THIS COMING MONDAY WE’LL SHOW ONCE AGAIN ONE OF OUR FAVORITE; WIM WENDER’S “WINGS OF DESIRE”…

 AS USUAL THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL POT-LUCK FROM 5:45 pm AND AS IT HAPPENS TO ALSO BE *****j.j.’S BIRTHDAY*****, HOPEFULLY THERE WILL BE CAKE AND BUBBLY…

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MONDAY JANUARY 2, 2017 *** THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL *** directed by WES ANDERSON *** with RALPH FIENNES, EDWARD NORTON, HARVEY KEITEL, WILLIAM DAFOE, MATHIEW ALMARIC, JEFF GOLDBLUM, BILL MURRAY, JUDE LAW and a bunch of other great actors…

Monday November 14, 2016 ***SPECIAL EVENT *** “DAY FOR NIGHT” directed by FRANCOIS TRUFFAUT *** interpreted by JACQUELINE BISSET, JEAN-PIERRE LEAUD, CATERINA VALENTE AND JEAN-PIERRE AUMONT

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Come to howl at the full moon and help us celebrate the Cinematiki’s 8th Anniversary and J.J.’s birth day

We are presenting “Day for Night” by Francois Truffaut . A film about films and the people that populates the world of cinema … It is one of two Truffaut films featured on Time magazine’s list of the 100 Best Films of the Century, along with The 400 Blows.. It has also been called “the most beloved film ever made about filmmaking.”

it was the first film that we showed at the Cinematiki eight years ago… since then we’ve seen and discussed over 350 films…

we are still curious and learning…

we also like to party…don’t you ???

Drinks and Food Pot luck

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**************** LAST MINUTE CHANGE *************** We will show the French version of “FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS” titled ***”MARGUERITE” *** MONDAY, OCTOBER 10th, 2016 *** We will still get the Stephen Frears version with Meryl Streep when it becomes available.

margueriteParis, 1920s. Marguerite Dumont is a wealthy woman, lover of the music and the opera. She loves to sing for her friends, although she’s not a good singer. Both her friends and her husband have kept her fantasy. The problem begins when she decides to perform in front of a real audience.  

 

Monday June 20TH, 2016 ***** ” THE ENGLISH PATIENT” ***** directed by ANTHONY MINGHELLA starring RALPH FIENNES, JULIETTE BINOCHE, WILLEM DAFOE

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The sweeping expanses of the Sahara are the setting for a passionate love affair in this adaptation of Michael Ondaatje’s novel. Michael Ondaatje will be speaking on Saturday, June 25th at the MACC presented by The Merwin Conservancy as part of The Green Room Series.

A badly burned man, Laszlo de Almasy (Ralph Fiennes), is tended to by a nurse, Hana (Juliette Binoche), in an Italian monastery near the end of World War II. His past is revealed through flashbacks involving a married Englishwoman (Kristin Scott Thomas) and his work mapping the African landscape. Hana learns to heal her own scars as she helps the dying man.

Monday MAY 23RD, 2016 ***** ” THE FRENCH LIEUTENANT’S WOMAN ” ***** directed by KAREL REISZ, starring MERYL STREEP, JEREMY IRONS, HILTON MCRAE

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The French Lieutenant’s Woman is a 1969 postmodern historical fiction novel by John Fowles. It was his third published novel, after The Collector (1963) and The Magus (1965). The novel explores the fraught relationship of gentleman and amateur naturalist Charles Smithson and Sarah Woodruff, the former governess and independent woman with whom he falls in love. The novel builds on Fowles’ authority in Victorian literature, both following and critiquing many of the conventions of period novels.[1]Following popular success, the novel created a larger legacy: the novel has had numerous responses by academics and other writers, such as A.S. Byatt, and through adaptation as film and dramatic play. In 1981, the novel was adapted as a film of the same name with script by the playwright Harold Pinter, directed by Karel Reisz and starring Meryl Streep and Jeremy Irons. The film received considerable critical acclaim and awards, including several BAFTAs and Golden Globes. The novel was also adapted and produced as a British play in 2006.

A film is being made of a story, set in 19th century England, about Charles, a biologist who’s engaged to be married, but who falls in love with outcast Sarah, whose melancholy makes her leave him after a short, but passionate affair. Anna and Mike, who play the characters of Sarah and Charles, go, during the shooting of the film, through a relationship that runs parallel to that of their characters.

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Monday MAY 9TH, 2016 ***** ” MAX ” directed by MENNO MEYJES interpreted by JOHN CUSACK, NOAH TAYLOR, MOLLY PARKER

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Who would have thought that a dysfunctional, deranged, down-and-out homeless person in pre-First World War Vienna become, 20 years later, Chancellor of Germany?  This peculiar and intriguing film simply named “Max” argues that he succeeded because he had such a burning need to be recognized (sounds familiar ?)–and also, of course, because of luck= good for him, bad for us.

If Hitler had won fame as an artist, the century’s history might have been different.

“Max” imagines a fictional scenario in which the young Adolf Hitler (Noah Taylor) is befriended by a one-armed Jewish art dealer named Max Rothman (John Cusack) in Munich in the years following World War I.

MONDAY APRIL 11, 2016 ***** America, America ***** directed by ELIA KAZAN ***** writen by ELIA KAZAN*****interpreted by Stathis Giallelis, Frank Wolff, Elena Karam

A young Anatolian Greek, entrusted with his family’s fortune, loses it en route to Istanbul and dreams of going to the United States.

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MONDAY MARCH 14, 2016 ***** “THE NAME OF THE ROSE” directed by JEAN-JACQUES ANNAUD interpreted by SEAN CONNERY, CHRISTIAN SLATER

WHAT’S IN A NAME ?
The name of the Rose
Umberto Eco’s novel
Did you read the novel ?
Have you seen the film ?
The film was directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud , starring Sean Connery and Christian Slater…
Which one did you prefer ? The novel or the film ?
Who committed the murders ?
Where there any murders ?
Is this what the pundits were saying back then ?
“If The Name of the Rose seems an odd choice for such critical and popular acclaim, Eco’s elevation into literary superstardom seems just as surprising. A scholarly university professor, Eco’s main fields of interest included semiotics, aesthetics, and medieval philosophy. No one could have predicted the furor caused by his debut novel and the subsequent film; yet the well-drawn characters, the mysterious setting, and the detective-fiction plot continue to attract a diverse audience that gathers every Monday evening @ the Cinematiki to discuss films like this”

MONDAY FEBRUARY 7TH, 2016: “Zorba The Greek”, directed by Michael Cacoyannis, starring Anthony Quinn and Alan Bates

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When an English writer finds he has a small inheritance on a Greek island, his joyless existence is disturbed when he meets Zorba, a middle aged Greek with a real lust for life. As he discovers the all the pleasures of Greece, the Englishman finds his view on life changing.