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IDA LUPINO 100

Friday, November 9 – Thursday, November 22

Laughingly self-described as the “poor man’s Bette Davis,” London-born Ida Lupino (1918-1995) descended from a long line of entertainers, sailed just below super-stardom despite memorably tough roles at Warner Bros. – but then reinvented herself as a pioneer indie director, writer and producer, the first woman of the sound era to do so and the only woman director in Hollywood for decades, tackling once-taboo subject matter, under her company banner The Filmmakers.

Reviews

“Lupino’s movies are rite-of-passage films – passage into womanhood, into nightmare, into lack of control.”
– Ronnie Scheib

"A TRUE MAVERICK… She made movies with the same steely determination and emotional sensitivity that characterized her work as an actor.”
– J. Hoberman

“The five films she directed represent a singular achievement in American cinema.”
– Martin Scorsese, The New York Times

"BLAZED A TRAIL FOR FEARLESS, INDEPENDENT FILMMAKERS”
– Matthew Thrift, British Film Institute

Films in this Series

Friday, November 9

12:30   6:00   

Friday, November 9

2:30

Friday, November 9

 4:10   8:00

Friday, November 9

9:40

Saturday, November 10

1:20

Saturday, November 10

3:20

Saturday, November 10

4:55

Saturday, November 10

6:40

Saturday, November 10

8:20

Saturday, November 10

9:50

Sunday, November 11

1:20

Sunday, November 11

3:00

Sunday, November 11

5:10

Sunday, November 11

6:45

Sunday, November 11

8:30

Wednesday, November 14

12:30   7:20

Wednesday, November 14

2:00

Wednesday, November 14

3:55   8:50

Wednesday, November 14

5:35

Thursday, November 15

12:30

Thursday, November 15

2:25

Thursday, November 15

4:05

Thursday, November 15

 5:35   9:40

Thursday, November 15

7:30

Friday, November 16

12:30   7:50

Friday, November 16

2:40

Friday, November 16

4:35

Friday, November 16

6:10

Friday, November 16

10:00

Saturday, November 17

1:20   6:10   9:30

Saturday, November 17

3:00

Saturday, November 17

4:30   7:50

Monday, November 19

8:00

Tuesday, November 20

Wednesday, November 21

Thursday, November 22

8:30

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