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ORSON WELLES 100

Series through Tuesday, February 3

Programmed by Bruce Goldstein

Series Consultant: Joseph McBride

Mr. McBride’s book What Ever Happened to Orson Welles?: A Portrait of an Independent Career
(University Press of Kentucky) will be on sale at our concession during the series.

 

Presented with support from 

Special thanks to Nicole Woods, Kristie Nakamura (Warner Bros.), Brian Belovarac, Laura Coxson (Janus Films), Paul Ginsburg, Janice Simpson (Universal Pictures), Grover Crisp, Chris Lane, Michael Horne (Sony Pictures), Julie Pearce, Charlie Bligh (BFI), Cristina Bernaldez (Filmoteca Española, Madrid), Andrea Kalas, Judy Nicaud (Paramount Pictures), Caitlin Robertson, Joe Reid (20th Century Fox), Eric DiBernardo, Adrienne Halpern (Rialto Pictures), Chris Chouinard (Park Circus Films), May Haduong, Cassie Blake (Academy Film Archive), Calantha Mansfield (Carlotta Films U.S.), Todd Wiener, Steven Hill (UCLA Film Archive), Ron Simon (Paley Center), Lynanne Schweighofer (Library of Congress), Paolo Cherchi Usai, Daniel Bish (George Eastman House), Jake Perlin (Maysles Films), Sharon Lester Kohn (Rainbow Releasing), Emiliana Piedra, Lola Piedra, Emma Piedra, Soledad Fox, and Joseph McBride. 

ORSON WELLES ON TELEVISION at Paley Center for Media
Over two consecutive weekends (February 7-8 and February 14-15), The Paley Center for Media (215 W. 52nd St.), will present Welles television rarities, including his landmark TV pilot Fountain of Youth; starring roles in The Man Who Came to Dinner and King Lear; a compilation of classic interviews; and even an episode of I Love Lucy. For complete schedule, go to paleycenter.org.

CLARKSON Celebrates the Orson Welles Centennial at Film Forum. Special Orson Welles Cocktails from Jan 1 - Feb 3. http://clarksonrestaurant.com/  225 Varick St  212-675-2474 Our neighboring restaurant Clarkson pays tribute to our festival with two specialty cocktails:

The Radio Wave
($9, Fords Gin, St. Germain, Creme de Violette, Lemon Juice) 

The Shanghai Midnight
($9, Old Overholt, Laird’s Applejack, Peychaud’s Bitters, Pernod Absinthe Rinse)

For more info visit: 
http://clarksonrestaurant.com/
225 Varick St  

 

Reviews

“To consider the career of Orson Welles is to enter a labyrinth, full of restlessness and uncertainty. In theater, radio, film, television and more, he cast spells and broke them, only to make magic again.”
– Kristen M. Jones, Wall Street Journal
Click here to read entire article.

Click here to listen to Welles historian and author Joseph McBride discuss the festival and his friendship with the director on WNYC's "The Leonard Lopate Show."

Click here to read Stephanie Zacharek's feature, "Orson Welles' personal favorite Chimes at Midnight Returns to the Big Screen."

Click here to read Craig Hubert on "The Many Versions of Touch of Evil" at Blouin ARTINFO

Click here to read Danny Peary's interview with Welles historian and author Joseph McBride for Sag Harbor Express

Films in this Series

Final Day!  Thursday, January 8

12:302:505:107:309:50

Friday & Saturday, January 9 & 10

12:302:204:106:007:50

Friday & Saturday, January 9 & 10

 9:45

Sunday & Monday, January 11 & 12

THE STRANGER
SUN1:004:257:50
MON
12:303:55*7:20*

JOURNEY INTO FEAR
SUN2:556:209:45
MON2:255:50*9:15*

*NOTE CHANGE IN SHOWTIME

Tuesday, January 13

MAN IN THE SHADOW
12:354:208:10

BLACK MAGIC
2:156:009:50

Wednesday, January 14

12:302:404:507:00*10:00

Thursday - Saturday, January 15 - 17

THU12:302:404:5010:00
FRI12:302:404:507:10*10:00
SAT12:307:4510:00

Thursday, January 15

7:10

Saturday, January 17

2:45

Saturday, January 17

5:15*

Sunday & Monday, January 18 & 19

JANE EYRE
SUN12:504:508:50
MON12:354:35

TOMORROW IS FOREVER
SUN2:456:45
MON2:30

Tuesday, January 20

COMPULSION
12:455:109:30

THE LONG, HOT SUMMER
2:507:15

Wednesday & Thursday, January 21 & 22

THE IMMORTAL STORY
12:403:507:0010:10

F FOR FAKE
2:005:108:20

Friday & Saturday, January 23 & 24

THE LADY FROM SHANGHAI
2:406:3510:30

THE THIRD MAN
12:354:308:25

Sunday, January 25

12:50

Sunday & Monday, January 25 & 26

SUN2:407:009:00
MON12:302:204:106:00
*NOTE: The 10:15 show CANCELLED due to weather.

Sunday, January 25

4:30 ONLY

Monday, January 26

8:00

Tuesday, January 27

PRINCE OF FOXES
3:007:30

THE BLACK ROSE
12:405:109:35

Wednesday, January 28

12:40

Wednesday & Thursday, January 28 & 29

WED2:304:407:009:20
THU12:302:404:50

Thursday, January 29

7:009:00

Friday & Saturday, January 30 & 31

12:302:505:107:309:50

Sunday & Monday, February 1 & 2

SUN1:103:208:00
MON12:302:404:509:45

Sunday, February 1

5:30

Monday, February 2

7:30

Tuesday, February 3

12:508:20

Tuesday, February 3

3:206:00

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