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Schedules are for Wed/24-Tue/30 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. $6-10. "Fragile Memories: Images of Japan," with Ute Aurand in person, Thu, 7:30. More info on this event at www.sfcinematheque.org. "Emergent Phenomena: The Computational Cinema of Gregg Biermann," Fri, 8. "Other Cinema:" "Divine's Secrets of the Paranormal," with Christian Divine in person, Sat, 8:30. More info on this event at www.othercinema.com.

BALBOA 3630 Balboa, SF; www.cinemasf.com. $7.50-15. "City Scenes 7:" The Wiz (Lumet, 1978), with live performance by Harry and the Hitmen, Thu, 9 (music at 8). Halloween (Carpenter, 1978), Tue/30 and Oct 31, 10pm. New HD transfer; screens with a short doc about the film's impact.

BERKELEY COMMUNITY MEDIA 2239 Martin Luther King, Jr. Way, Berk; www.betv.org. $5-10. "BCM Horror Film Festival," featuring works by local indie filmmakers, Sat, 7.

BERKELEY FELLOWSHIP OF UNITARIAN UNIVERSALISTS' HALL 1924 Cedar, Berk; www.heist-themovie.com. $5-10. Heist: Who Stole the American Dream? (Causey and Goldmacher, 2011), Fri, 7.

CASTRO 429 Castro, SF; (415) 621-6120, www.castrotheatre.com. $8.50-11. •Cosmopolis (Cronenberg, 2012), Wed, 2, 7, and Fight Club (Fincher, 1999), Wed, 4, 9:10. •Dracula (Badham, 1979), Thu, 2:30, 7, and Cat People (Schrader, 1982), Thu, 4:35, 9:05. "Good Vibrations' Seventh Annual Quickies Short Erotic Film Competition," Fri, 8. More info on this event at www.goodvibesquickies.com. "An Evening with Alton Brown," Sat, 7pm. This event, $35; more info at www.bayareascience.org. Contagion (Soderbergh, 2011), Sun, 7. Sign up for free tickets at contagion.eventbrite.com. •The Cabin in the Woods (Goddard, 2011), Tue, 7:30, and House of 1,000 Corpses (Zombie, 2002), Tue, 9:25.

CHRISTOPHER B. SMITH RAFAEL FILM CENTER 1118 Fourth St, San Rafael; (415) 454-1222, www.cafilm.org. $6.75-$10.25. Fat Kid Rules the World (Lillard, 2012), Wed-Thu, call for times. "Science on Screen: Math = Magic: How Science Powers Pixar's Animation," Sun, 7. This event, $12.

CITY COLLEGE OF SAN FRANCISCO Ocean Campus, 50 Phelan, SF; concert@ccsf.edu. Free. Salaam Dunk (Fine, 2011), Wed, 7. With filmmaker David Fine in person.

DAVIES SYMPHONY HALL 201 Van Ness, SF; www.sfsymphony.org. $20-60. The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (Wiene, 1920) with "Camera Man's Revenge" (Starewicz, 1912), Tue, 7. With a mini-recital and live accompaniment by organist Cameron Carpenter.

EMBARCADERO One Embarcadero Center, SF; www.sffs.org. $12-13. "French Cinema Now:" Camille Rewinds (Lvovsky, 2012), Wed, 6:30 and Sat, 3:30; Donoma (Carrenard, 2011), Wed, 9:15 and Sun, 1:30; Aliyah (Wajeman, 2012), Thu, 6:30 and Mon, 9; My Worst Nightmare (Fontaine, 2011), Thu, 8:45 and Sat, 6:30; All Together (Robelin, 2011), Fri, 4 and Sat, 1:15; Mobile Home (Pirot, 2012), Fri, 6:30 and Sun, 9; A World Without Women (Brac, 2011) with "Stranded" (Brac, 2009), Fri, 9:15 and Sun, 6:30; Hors Satan (Dumont, 2011), Sat, 9 and Mon, 6:15; Louise Wimmer (Mennegun, 2011), Sun, 4:30 and Tue, 9; Sister (Meier, 2011), Tue, 6:15.

HUMANIST HALL 390 27th St, Oakl; www.humanisthall.net. $5. Genetic Roulette (Smith, 2012), Wed, 6:30. With a pre-film potluck and post-film discussion with Dr. Michelle Perro.

PACIFIC FILM ARCHIVE 2575 Bancroft, Berk; (510) 642-5249, bampfa.berkeley.edu. $5.50-9.50. "Alternative Visions:" "Intimate Portraits: Films of Ute Aurand" (2011), with Ute Aurand in person, Wed, 7. "Life is Short: Nikkatsu Studios at 100:" The Young Rebel (Suzuki, 1963), Thu, 7; Elegy to Violence (Suzuki, 1966), Sat, 8:10. "Grand Illusions: French Cinema Classics, 1928-1960:" Remorques (Grémillon, 1941), Fri, 7; Lumière d'été (Grémillon, 1943), Fri, 8:45; Le ciel est à vous (Grémillon, 1944), Sun, 5. "An Army of Phantoms: American Cinema and the Cold War:" Invasion of the Body Snatchers (Siegel, 1956), Sat, 6:30. "LA Rebellion: Creating a New Black Cinema:" "Black Arts, Black Artists: Short Films" (1971-78), Sun, 7; Child of Resistance (Gerima, 1972), plus short films, Tue, 7.

ROXIE 3117 and 3125 16th St, SF; (415) 863-1087, www.roxie.com. $6.50-10. "Not Necessarily Noir III:" Peur sur la ville (a.k.a. Night Caller/Fear Over the City) (Verneuil, 1975), Wed, 6:10, 10:15; The Burglars (Verneuil, 1971), Wed, 8; White of the Eye (Cammell, 1987), Thu, 6, 10:45; Manhunter (Mann, 1986), Thu, 8:15; Eyes of Laura Mars (Kershner, 1978), Fri, 6, 10:30; Body Double (De Palma, 1984), Fri, 8:15; Something Wild (Demme, 1986), Sat, 1, 5:15, 9:30; Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (Black, 2005), Sat, 3:15, 7:30; Cisco Pike (Norton, 1972), Sun, 1, 5:15, 9:40; Who'll Stop the Rain (Reisz, 1978), Sun, 2:45, 7:15; Night of the Following Day (Cornfield, 1968), Mon, 6:30, 10; After Dark My Sweet (Foley, 1990), Mon, 8; Sugar Hill (Maslansky, 1974), Tue, 6:10, 10; Ganja and Hess (Gunn, 1973), Tue, 8. Bel Borba Aqui (Sun and Costantini, 2012), Wed-Thu, 6:45, 8:40.

TANNERY 708 Gilman, Berk; berkeleyundergroundfilms.blogspot.com. Donations accepted. "Berkeley Underground Film Society:" •The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (Wiene, 1921), and Nosferatu (Murnau, 1922), Sun, 7:30.

"UNITED NATIONS ASSOCIATION FILM FESTIVAL" Various Bay Area venues; www.unaff.org. $10-75. Documentary films about human rights and social justice issues, through Sun/28.

VORTEX ROOM 1082 Howard, SF; Facebook: The Vortex Room. $7. "Don't Fear the Vortex:" •Bad Ronald (Kulik, 1974), Thu, 9, and Who Killed Teddy Bear (Cates, 1965), Thu, 11.

WAR MEMORIAL COMMUNITY CENTER 6655 Mission, Daly City; facinefest.wordpress.com. Free-$5. "Facine/19," festival of films from the Philippines and the Filipino diaspora, Fri-Sat.

YERBA BUENA CENTER FOR THE ARTS 701 Mission, SF; www.ybca.org. $6-10. "Bullets and Bikinis: Three by Andy Sidaris:" Savage Beach (1989), Thu, 7:30; •Hard Ticket to Hawaii (1987), Sat, 7:30, and Picasso Trigger (1988), Sat, 9:30. Cage/Cunningham (Caplan, 1991), Sun, 2. Free admission. *

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