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FALL ARTS PREVIEW: 40 ways to rep your love of film this fall


The Room Avoid The Room at your peril. Sept. 26. Red Vic;

Dario Argento's Three Mothers Trilogy Together at last: Suspiria (1977), Inferno (1980) and Mother of Tears (2007). Be there or be violently stabbed by a hand in a black glove. Oct. 1-4, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts;

The Red Shoes A new print — which debuted at this year's Cannes Film Festival — of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger's 1948 gem. Oct. 1, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art;

Found Footage Festival Trash is a treasure as curators Joe Pickett and Nick Prueher host the fourth incarnation of the event. Oct. 2-3, Red Vic;

"Julien Duvivier: Poetic Craftsman of Cinema" The lengthy and perhaps erratic career of the man who made Jean Gabin an icon gets a full treatment. Oct. 2-31, Pacific Film Archive;

Barry Jenkins' Shorts The San Francisco filmmaker shares his work to date, including his feature debut Medicine for Melancholy (2007). Oct. 3, Artists' Television Access;

"Nervous Magic Lantern Peformance: Towards the Depths of the Even Greater Depression" Ken Jacobs in the house, aiming to "get between the eyes, contest the separate halves of the brain" with a magic lantern that uses neither film or video. Oct. 7, Pacific Film Archive;

Pink Cinema Revolution A series for the Japanese genre and industry that has schooled some master filmmakers while titilutf8g audiences. Oct. 7-25, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts;

Robert Beavers The experimental filmmaker's fall stint in the Bay Area includes four programs presented by SF Cinematheque. Oct. 8-10, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts;,

"Eyes Upside Down" Great title. A program of films curated by the writer P. Adams Sitney. Oct. 11,

Arab Film Festival This year's festival lasts ten days. Oct. 15-24, various venues;

French Cinema Now Contemporary film in France condensed into a series. Oct. 29-Nov. 4, Sundance Kabuki;

Halloween Gore 'n' Snorefest Thrillville returns to the Balboa with Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers (1988) and Zontar, the Thing From Venus (1966). If only the characters of these movies could time travel to meet one another. Oct. 29;

"Running Up That Hill" Michael Robinson, creator of the eye-blinding and hilarious video Light is Waiting (2007), borrows a title from Kate Bush for this program, which he's curated. Nov. 6, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts;

It Came from Kuchar Jennifer Kroot's documentary about the Kuchar brothers hits the screen after raves at Frameline. Nov.

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