15 For 15: Celebrating Rialto Pictures Mar 19 – Mar 29

15 For 15: Celebrating Rialto Pictures
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Founded in 1997 by legendary exhibitor and programmer Bruce Goldstein (joined one year later by partner Adrienne Halpern), Rialto Pictures quickly established itself as a new gold standard in the distribution of classic world cinema—from reissues of landmark works like The Third Man and Grand Illusion to the rediscovery of little-known masterpieces never before released in the U.S., including Alberto Lattuada’s Mafioso, Claude Sautet’s Classe Tous Risques and Jean-Pierre Melville’s Army of Shadows. On the occasion of Rialto’s 15th anniversary, we are pleased to present an exclusive weekday matinee series of 15 treasures from their remarkable library. Series programmed by Scott Foundas, Eric Di Bernardo and Adrienne Halpern.

Want to win one of 15 great prizes, including a special edition 10-disc Rialto Pictures box set from the Criterion Collection? It's easy. Purchase a ticket online to any film in the series and you're automatically entered to win. A giveaway at every screening!

Past Films

Army of Shadows

Army of Shadows

Jean-Pierre Melville | 1969 | 140m mins

Jean-Pierre Melville’s magnificent drama of the French Resistance was denied a U.S.  release until 2006, when it was belatedly hailed as a masterpiece. Co-starring Lino Ventura and Simone Signoret.

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Billy Liar

Billy Liar

John Schlesinger | 1963 | 98m mins

Tom Courtney and Julie Christie shot to international stardom as a feckless aspiring writer and one of his myriad lady loves in Schlesinger's dazzling comic fantasy.

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Breathless

Breathless

Jean-Luc Godard | 1960 | 90min mins

Petty crook Jean-Paul Belmondo is on the run, with American expat Jean Seberg in tow in Godard’s legendary debut feature, restored for its 50th anniversary complete with freshly revised subtitles.

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Diary of a Chambermaid

Diary of a Chambermaid

Luis Buñuel | 1964 | 101min mins

Parisian femme de chambre Céléstine (Jeanne Moreau) arrives for her new post at a provincial manor and discovers a cast of variously corrupt and perverse eccentrics lurking inside.

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Diva

Diva

Jean-Jacques Beineix | 1981 | 117min mins

Special-delivery postman Jules finds himself on the run all across Paris, hotly pursued by a hit squad, ruthless Taiwanese music pirates, and the police after making a pirated a recording of a legendary opera singer in director Beineix’s outrageously stylized ‘80s thriller.

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It Always Rains on Sunday

It Always Rains on Sunday

Robert Hamer | 1947 | 92min mins

A former barmaid offers safe haven to her former lover, an escaped felon on the run from the police, in Hamer’s intense, masterful panorama of East End life in postwar London.

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Léon Morin, Priest

Léon Morin, Priest

Jean-Pierre Melville | 1961 | 116min mins

An atheistic widow (Emmanuelle Riva) falls under the spell of a compassionate priest (Jean-Paul Belmondo) in an occupied French village in Melville’s diamond-cut morality play.

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Mafioso

Mafioso

Alberto Lattuada | 1962 | 99m mins

Opening Night!

The incomparable Alberto Sordi gives one of his finest performances as a punctilious factory supervisor who takes his wife and two adorable children to meet his family in Sicily...whereupon the local mob boss makes him an offer he can’t refuse.

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Nights of Cabiria

Nights of Cabiria

Federico Fellini | 1957 | 117min mins

Fellini’s Oscar-winning chronicle of a naïve street walker (the great Giulietta Massina) for whom life is an adventure and daily trial, presented here in its glorious 1997 restoration.

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The Producers

The Producers

Mel Brooks | 1968 | 88min mins

Before it was a Tony-winning Broadway smash, Mel Brooks’s mind-boggling, side-splitting, transcendently tasteless comedy was his classic debut feature as writer and director.

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Rififi

Rififi

Jules Dassin | 1955 | 118m mins

Jules Dassin’s seminal heist movie centers on a daring jewelry-store robbery (staged in a wordless, 30-minute set-piece) and the divergent fates of the four men who commit it.

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The Third Man

The Third Man

Carol Reed | 1949 | 104m mins

In postwar Vienna, pulp Western writer Holly Martins (Joseph Cotten) arrives to meet up with his old friend Harry Lime (Orson Welles), only to find that he’s dead—or is he? 

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Touchez pas au grisbi

Touchez pas au grisbi

Jaques Becker | 1954 | 94m mins

Aging hoods Jean Gabin and René Dary pull off the heist of a lifetime, then find themselves ensnared in a scam concocted by a young drug dealer and Gabin’s two-timing girlfriend in this French crime classic.

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The Two of Us

The Two of Us

Claude Berri | 1967 | 87m mins

During WWII, a young Jewish boy is given a crash course in Catholicism and shipped off the farm of a family friend’s elderly parents in producer-director Claude Berri’s triumphant debut feature, based on his own wartime childhood.

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Went the Day Well?

Went the Day Well?

Alberto Cavalcanti | 1942 | 92m mins

A seemingly cozy British comedy turns on a dime into a violent, edge-of-your-seat WWII thriller in this subversive Ealing Studios masterpiece, adapted from a Graham Greene story.

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