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Schedules are for Wed/26-Tue/2 except where noted. Director and year are given when available. Double features marked with a •. All times pm unless otherwise specified.

ARTISTS' TELEVISION ACCESS 992 Valencia, SF; $6. "Other Cinema:" Who Bombed Judi Bari? (Cherney, 2012), plus shorts, Sat, 8:30. More info on this event,

CASTRO 429 Castro, SF; (415) 621-6120, $8.50-11. •Pina (Wenders, 2011), Wed, 2:15, 7, and Crazy Horse (Wiseman, 2011), Wed, 4:15, 9. Berlin and Beyond Film Festival, Thu-Sun and Oct 3-4. Films from German-speaking countries; more info at

CHRISTOPHER B. SMITH RAFAEL FILM CENTER 1118 Fourth St, San Rafael; (415) 454-1222, $6.75-$10.25. Arbitrage (Jarecki, 2012), call for dates and times. Beasts of the Southern Wild (Zeitlin, 2012), call for dates and times. 2 Days in New York (Delpy, 2012), call for dates and times. Salomy Jane (1914), with live piano accompaniment and introduction by historians David Kiehn and Laurie Thompson, Sun, 7. This event, $15.

"CINE+MAS SAN FRANCISCO LATINO FILM FESTIVAL" Various Bay Area locations; Most shows $12. Forty features, documentaries, and shorts from Latin America, Spain, and the United States. Through Fri/28.

DELANCEY STREET 600 Embarcadero, SF; $8. Peter Ford: A Little Prince (Roman, 2012), Sun, 11am and 3pm. With filmmaker Alexander Roman and subject Peter Ford in person.

EMBARCADERO One Embarcadero Center, SF; $12. "Flamenco on Film:" Flamenco, Flamenco (Saura, 2010), Wed, 7; Morao: Good Flamenco Singing Hurts (Van Beenan and Van De Noort), Wed, 9. Presented in conjunction with the Bay Area Flamenco Festival.

"FILM NIGHT IN THE PARK" This week: Creek Park, 451 Sir Francis Drake, San Anselmo; Donations accepted. Spellbound (Hitchcock, 1945), Fri, 8; Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (Yates, 2011), Sat, 8. Washington Square Park, Union at Columbus, SF. Midnight in Paris (Allen, 2011), Sat, 8.

NEW PEOPLE CINEMA 1746 Post, SF; $10. Tiger and Bunny: The Beginning (Sato, 2012), Sat, 4 and 7.

"NORTHERN CALIFORNIA ACTION/SPORTS FILM FESTIVAL" Various Sports Basement locations in SF, Walnut Creek, and Sunnyvale, and Mission Cliffs, 2295 Harrison, SF; $5 (festival pass, $25). Films about outdoor sports, including mountaineering, wakeboarding, kayaking, surfing, and skiing, Fri-Sun.

PACIFIC FILM ARCHIVE 2575 Bancroft, Berk; (510) 642-5249, $5.50-9.50. "Alternative Visions:" Paraguayan Hammock (Encina, 2006) with "A Wind from the South" (Encina, 2012), Wed, 7. "LA Rebellion: Creating a New Black Cinema:" My Brother's Wedding (Burnett, 1983/2007), Thu, 7; A Different Image (Larkin, 1982), plus short films, Tue, 7. "Rebel Without Applause: The Films of Alex Cox:" Straight to Hell Returns (Cox, 1987/2010), Fri, 7; Repo Man (Cox, 1984), Fri, 8:50. "Grand Illusions: French Cinema Classics, 1928-1960:" Le bonheur (L'Herbier, 1934), Sat, 6:30; Panique (Duvivier, 1947), Sat, 8:35. "Life is Short: Nikkatsu Studios at 100:" Sun in the Last Days of the Shogunate (Kawashima, 1959), Sun, 5. "A Theater Near You:" The Turin Horse (Tarr, 2011), Sun, 7:15.

ROXIE 3117 and 3125 16th St, SF; (415) 863-1087, $6.50-10. Beauty is Embarrassing (Berkeley, 2012), Wed, 7, 8:45. Troop Beverly Hills (Kanew, 1989), Wed, 7. Presented sing-along style; for tickets ($21) visit Smokin' Fish (Griswold-Tergis, 2011), Thu, 7 and 9. With filmmakers and film subject in person. •D'Agostino (Ameer, 2012), Thu, 6, and The Dark Side of Love (Ameer, 2012), Thu, 8:10. Detropia (Ewing and Grady, 2012), Sept 28-Oct 4, 7, 9 (also Sat-Sun, 3, 5). San Francisco Irish Film Festival, Sept 28-30. For program info visit "By + About Cindy Sherman:' Office Killer (Sherman, 1997), Oct 2-4, 7; Guest of Cindy Sherman (Donahue and Hasegawa-Overacker, 2008), Oct 2-4, 8:45.

TANNERY 708 Gilman, Berk; Donations accepted. "Berkeley Underground Film Society:" Grandma's Boy (Newmeyer, 1922), Sun, 7:30.

VORTEX ROOM 1082 Howard, SF; Facebook: The Vortex Room. $7. "Aerobicide Sunday: A Marathon of Murder in Tights:" Aerobicide (a.k.a. Killer Workout) (Prior, 1987), Sun, 7; Death Spa (Fischa, 1990), Sun, 8:30; Murder-Rock: Dancing Death (a.k.a. Slashdance) (Fulci, 1984), Sun, 10.

YERBA BUENA CENTER FOR THE ARTS 701 Mission, SF; $8-10. We Won't Grow Old Together (Pialat, 1972), Thu-Sat, 7:30; Sun, 2.

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