What I Really Do Is Magic: Edith Head and Hollywood Costume Design
Friday, August 8 - Saturday, September 27
The Archive celebrates award-winning costume designer Edith Head, whose "magic" helped make Hollywood classics unforgettable.
IN PERSON: Deborah Nadoolman Landis (9/12).
Friday, August 22 - Sunday, September 28
Explore the expressionistic influence of German-speaking émigré filmmakers on Hollywood in the 1940s–'50s, as we screen titles by Fritz Lang, Otto Preminger, Douglas Sirk and others.
IN PERSON: Norma Barzman, Vincent Brook (9/15); Arianné Ulmer Cipes (9/26).
In the Life: Celebrating a Historic Television Legacy
September 20 @ 7:30 p.m.
The Archive celebrates the legacy of the Emmy-nominated public television news magazine In the Life, with a selection of its most moving and exciting moments.
IN PERSON: John Scagliotti, creator of In the Life; producer Jacqueline Gares.
The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill (2003)
Sunday, September 21 @ 11 a.m.
A colorful portrait of the tropical parrots who live in San Francisco’s Telegraph Hill and the eccentric dreamer who tends to them.
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