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Schedules are for Wed/18-Tue/24 except where noted. Director and year are given when available. Double and triple features marked with a •. All times pm unless otherwise specified.

ARTISTS' TELEVISION ACCESS 992 Valencia, SF; www.atasite.org. $6. "Periwinkle Cinema: Something Queer," films by Gary Fembot, Austin Young, and Bruce LaBruce, Wed, 8.

BALBOA 3530 Balboa, SF; www.cinemasf.com/balboa. $15-25. "The Dark Knight Trilogy:" •Batman Begins (Nolan, 2005), Thu, 6; The Dark Knight (Nolan, 2008), Thu, 9; and The Dark Knight Rises (Nolan, 2012), Fri, 12:01am.

CASTRO 429 Castro, SF; (415) 621-6120, www.castrotheatre.com. $8.50-11. Dark Shadows (Burton, 2012), Wed, 2:30, 4:45, 7, 9:15. San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, Thu and July 21-26. For tickets and more information, visit www.sfjff.org. •Zero Hour (Bartlett, 1957), Fri, 7:30, and Airplane! (Abrams and Zucker, 1980), Fri, 9:05.

CHRISTOPHER B. SMITH RAFAEL FILM CENTER 1118 Fourth St, San Rafael; (415) 454-1222, www.cafilm.org. $6.75-$10.25. Beasts of the Southern Wild (Zeitlin, 2012), call for dates and times. Bel Ami (Donnellan and Ormerod, 2012), call for dates and times. Bernie (Linklater, 2012), call for dates and times. Peace, Love and Misunderstanding (Beresford, 2011), call for dates and times. Pink Ribbons, Inc. (Pool, 2011), call for dates and times. Take This Waltz (Polley, 2011), call for dates and times. Dark Horse (Solondz, 2011), July 20-26, call for times. The Sleeping Beauty, performed by the Royal Ballet, London, Tue, 6:30. This event, $15. "El Santo: Superstar," Sat, 11am. Lucha libre film screening and an appearance by wrestler Chicano Flame; presented in conjunction with the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts exhibit "La Quebradora: Lucha Libre in Contemporary Mexican Art." This event, free.

"FILM NIGHT IN THE PARK" This week: Creek Park, 451 Sir Francis Drake Blvd, San Anselmo; www.filmnight.org. Donations accepted. "Steve Prefontaine Film Festival:" •Without Limits (Towne, 1998), and Fire on the Track: The Steve Prefontaine Story (Lyttle, 1995), Fri, 8; The Help (Taylor, 2011), Sat, 8.

PACIFIC FILM ARCHIVE 2575 Bancroft, Berk; (510) 642-5249, bampfa.berkeley.edu. $5.50-9.50. "Bellissima: Leading Ladies of the Italian Screen:" Sandra (Visconti, 1965), Wed, 7; The Girl with a Suitcase (Zurlini, 1961), Sat, 6. "The Eternal Poet: Raj Kapoor and the Golden Age of Indian Cinema:" Barsaat (1949), Thu, 7; Aag (1948), Sat, 8:15. "Cool World:" My Own Private Idaho (Van Sant, 1991), Fri, 7; Foxy Brown (Hill, 1974), Fri, 9:05; Blue Velvet (Lynch, 1986), Sun, 7. "Always for Pleasure: The Films of Les Blank:" All in This Tea (Blank and Leibrecht, 2007). Sun, 5.

ROXIE 3117 and 3125 16th St, SF; (415) 863-1087, www.roxie.com. $6.50-10. Beyond the Black Rainbow (Cosmatos, 2011), Thu, 9. Crazy Wisdom (Demetrakas, 2011), Wed-Thu, 7, 8:45. Fixing the Future, Wed, 7:30. Marina Abramovic: The Artist is Present (Akers, 2011), Thu, 7. Romantics Anonymous (Ameries, 2011), July 20-26, 7, 9 (also Sat-Sun, 2, 4). "The Beauty of the Real: A Celebration of Contemporary French Actresses," July 20-26. Check website for programming details.

SF FILM SOCIETY CINEMA 1746 Post, SF. $10-11. The Story of Film: An Odyssey, Part Eight: Cinema Today and the Future (Cousins, 2011), Sat, noon. British TV series. Ballplayer: Pelotero (Finkel, Martin, and Paley, 2011), Wed, 5, 9; Thu, 1. Bonsái (Jiménez, 2011), Wed-Thu, 3 (also Wed, 7). A Burning Hot Summer (Garrel, 2011), July 20-26, 3, 5, 7, 9. Dark Horse (Solondz, 2011), Thu, 9. With Todd Solondz in person.

VORTEX ROOM 1082 Howard, SF; Facebook: The Vortex Room. $7 donation. "Vortex Beach:" •Beach Ball (Weinrib, 1965), Sun, 7, and The Last House on the Beach (Prosperi, 1978), Sun, 9.

YERBA BUENA CENTER FOR THE ARTS 701 Mission, SF; (415) 978-2787, www.ybca.org. $6-8. "Documentaries By Ai Weiwei:" •Ordos 100 (2012), and So Sorry (2012), Sun, 2.

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