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WASHINGTON D.C. – Film Viewing Opportunities – FREE

Objects of Desire: Cine-concert: Un chien Andalou followed by L’Age d’or
Saturday, November 12, at 4:00 p.m.
Luis Bunuel and Salvador Dali, 1929 and 1930, total running time 84 minutes
Remate in performance

Sunday, November 20, at 4:00 p.m.
Miroslav Janek, 2014, DCP, subtitles, 87 minutes
Introduced by Pavla Velickinova

International Festival of Films on Art — I
Friday, November 25, at noon
Includes Soundhunters — A Musical Expedition (Beryl Koltz, 2015) and The Collection That Did Not Exist (Joachim Olender, 2014) among other titles.
Total running time 217 minutes with intermission

International Festival of Films on Art — II
Sunday, November 27, at noon
David Adjaye — Collaborations (Oliver Hardt, 2015);  The Century of Le Corbusier  (Juliette Cazanave, 2015); and  Getting Frank Gehry  (Sally Aitken, 2015). Total running time 159 minutes


Dunhuang Projected
November 12-27
Dunhuang Projected is a multiyear, interdisciplinary media arts project of the UCLA Confucius Institute presented in this, its pilot year, as an affiliated program of the China Onscreen Biennial. Presented in association with the Freer Gallery of Art.

Cine-concert: The Cave of the Silken Web
Saturday, November 12, at 1:00 p.m.
Dan Duyu, 1927, DCP, subtitles, 60 minutes
Andrew Simpson, pianist

Stage Sisters
Saturday, November 26 at 1:30 p.m.
Xie Jin, 1964, DCP, subtitles, 112 minutes

Saturday, November 26 at 4:00 p.m.
Zhao Liang, 2015, DCP, 91 minutes

Saving Mes Aynak
Sunday, November 27 at 4:30 p.m.
Brent E. Huffman, 2014, DCP, 60 minutes
Discussion with Brent Huffman follows


“Ipersignificato”: Umberto Eco and Film
November 13-December 28
Umberto Eco (1932 – 2016), a literary and cultural giant whose influence reached all facets of our rapidly evolving media, was a founding father (along with Pier Paolo Pasolini, Christian Metz, and Roland Barthes) of the concept of film language. This first program’s divergent film pairing evokes Eco’s philosophy of the cinema. Series continues into December.

Amarcord followed by Teorema
Sunday, November 13 at 2:00 p.m.
Federico Fellini, 1973, 35mm, subtitles, 127 minutes; Pier Paolo Pasolini, 1968, 35mm, subtitles, 98 minutes


Films are shown in the East Building Auditorium, 4th Street at Constitution Avenue NW. There is no charge for admission but seating is on a first-come, first-seated basis. Doors open approximately 30 minutes before each show time. Programs are subject to change.
For more information call (202) 842-6799, e-mail film-department@nga.gov or visit www.nga.gov/content/ngaweb/calendar/film-programs.html

National Gallery of Art
Sixth Street and Constitution Avenue NW
Washington, DC