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Cinematheque Ontario (Canada) programmes

Located in Toronto, Cinematheque Ontario offers a wide selection of highly artistic and seldom-seen world cinema, which is shown throughout the year and complemented by a detailed programme.

Fall 2006, October 6 to December 10: Roberto Rosellini; Andy Warhol; Terry Gilliam; Inextinguishable Fire: The Vietnam War; Images of the World: Classic and Contemporary Documentaries; The Roots and the Rise of the Vancouver New Wave; Time Stands Still: The Hungarian Uprising.

Summer 2006, July 8 to August 18: Michelangelo Antonioni; Summer Samurai (Kurosawa, Hideo Gosha, etc.); The Delicate Thread: Hiroshi Teshigahara; Kenji Mizoguchi.

Spring 2006, March 17 to May 6: Sam Pekinpah; Images of the World: Classic and Contemporary Documentaries; Francoise Dorleac; Love and Death in Bucharest: The Films of Cristi Puiu; Work Done: The Films of Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne; New Argentine Cinema (A Sequel); Elem Klimov; Luc Moullet; Lessons of Darkness: Five Films of Werner Herzog.

Winter 2006, January 13 to March 8: Mikio Naruse; The Apu Trilogy: Satyajit Ray; Images of the World: Classic and Contemporary Documentaries; Canada's Top Ten 2005; Alexander Sokurov's Men of Power Trilogy; The Films of Hong Sang-Soo; Three by Bresson; and more.

Summer 2005, July 1 to August 20: Fellini; Ten French Actresses; Louise Malle; French Cinema Under the Occupation; The Japanese Classics: A Tribute to Susan Sontag.

Winter 2005, January 14 to March 13: Ciné Varda: Agnes Varda; Sergio Leone; Jean-Luc Godard; F.W. Murnau; Mexican cinema; A Tribute to Jean Rouch; Roy Andersson; Canada's Top Ten 2004.

Summer 2004, July 6 to August 21: Maestro — The Films of Luchino Visconti; French Crime Classics; Bertolucci Trilogy.

June 2004, May 28 to July 3: The Films of Anna May Wong; Deadly Detours: 15 Noir Classics; Eisenstein to Sokurov: 12 Classics from Lenfilm Studio; J. Hoberman (Village Voice) presents some movies from the sixties.

Spring 2004, March 18 to May 8: Roman Polanski — Cinema of Cruelty; Polish Animation; Matthew Barney — The Creemaster Cycle; Maya Deren; New Argentine Cinema; Buñuel, Dali and Marker; Victor Sjostrom; Pavel Juracek; Guy Maddin.

Winter 2004, January 15 to March 13: Yasujiro Ozu; Vincent Minelli; Human Rights Watch Festival; Joseph Cornell; Harry Smith; Peter Watkins; and more.

Fall 2003, October 16 to December 8: Rainer Werner Fassbinder and Close to Heaven: Fassbinder's Favourites (his top 10: Visconti, Walsh, Ophuls, Curtiz, Pasolini, etc.), Douglas Sirk, and others; Denys Arcand; Czech Horror and Fantasy on Film; Germaine Dulac; Films from Along the Silk Road — Central Asian Cinema; Heddy Honigmann; Richard Massingham; and more.

Summer 2003, July 2 to August 16: A Summer of Essentials — Classics of World Cinema: Henri-Georges Clouzot; Carl-Theodor Dreyer; Greatest Foreign Classics: Jean Renoir, Fritz Lang, Kenji Mizoguchi, Kurosawa, Fellini and more.

June 2003, May 30 to June 28: Dietrich; Heroic Grace: Chinese Martial Arts Films; Aki Kaurismaki.

Spring 2003, March 15 to May 3: Satyajit Ray, Guy Maddin, Vera Chytilova; Leo McCarey, new Hungarian cinema, Jonas Mekas, Geoff Bowie, Zoltan Komandi, Ibolya Fekete.

Fall 2002, October 16 to December 5: Kurosawa and Mifune, Andrei Tarkovsky, Chris Marker, Frantisek Vlacil, Alexander Dovzhenko, Stan Brakhage, Catherine Martin, Jack Chambers, new Arab video, and more.

July 2002, July 2 to August 3: Vittorio de Sica, Jacques Demy, Luis Buñuel, Eric Rohmer, Ozu Yasujiro.

June 2002, May 30 to June 29: City at Light Speed — Hong Kong Cinema Since 1997; Classics of World Cinema: Andrzej Munk, Yervant Gianikian and Angela Ricci Lucchi, Joris Ivens, Budd Boetticher.

Spring 2002: Michael Powell, Mauritz Stiller, Frederick Wiseman, Alexander Ptushko, John Paskievich, Julio Medem, Abbas Kiarostami; The New Czech Miracle.

July 2001, July 3 to August 10: A Summer of Essentials featuring Kon Ichikawa; Classics of World Cinema: Robert Bresson, Ingmar Bergman, Luchino Visconti, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Luis Buñuel, Jeanne Moreau, and many other famous, international classic movie directors and actors.

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