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Schedules are for Wed/13-Tue/19 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. "Periwinkle Cinema: recLAmation with live narration by Hilary Goldberg," Wed, 8. "Dirty Looks NYC Presents:" "Pickle Surprise! The Eyes of Tom Rubnitz," Fri, 8. "Short Films About Sexuality: Fourplay," Sat, 8:30.

CASTRO 429 Castro, SF; (415) 621-6120, $8.50-11. •Random Harvest (LeRoy, 1942), Wed, 2:20, 7, and Revanche (Spielmann, 2008), Wed, 4:40, 9:20. "Marc Huestis presents in association with Earl Dax:" "Joey Arias: Love Swings!," Valentine's Day concert with guests Veronica Klaus and Connie Champagne, Thu, 8. Advance tickets ($28-75) at Cloud Atlas (Wachowski, Wachowski, and Tykwer, 2012), Fri, 1, 4:30, 8. "San Francisco Silent Film Festival presents Silent Winter:" Snow White (Dawley, 1916), Sat, 10am; "Think Slow, Act Fast: Buster Keaton Shorts" (1920-21), Sat, noon; The Thief of Bagdad (Walsh, 1924), Sat, 2:30; My Best Girl (Taylor, 1927), Sat, 7; Faust (Murnau, 1926), Sat, 9. All films with live musical accompaniment; advance tickets ($5-15) at •The Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring (Jackson, 2001), Sun, 1; The Two Towers (Jackson, 2002), Sun, 4:15; The Return of the King (2003), Sun, 7:30. Special admission, $10-13. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (Jackson, 2012), Mon, 1, 4:30, 8.

CHRISTOPHER B. SMITH RAFAEL FILM CENTER 1118 Fourth St, San Rafael; (415) 454-1222, $6.75-$10.25. Amour (Haneke, 2012), call for dates and times. Quartet (Hoffman, 2012), call for dates and times. "Oscar Nominated Shorts: Animation, Documentary, and Live Action," call for dates and times. "World Ballet on the Big Screen:" La Bayadère, from the Bolshoi Ballet, Moscow, Sun, 1; Tue, 6:30. This event, $12-15. 56 Up (Apted, 2012), Feb 15-21, call for times.

CLAY 2261 Fillmore, SF; $9-10. "Midnight Movies:" Harold and Maude (Ashby, 1971), Thu-Sat, midnight.

NEW PARKWAY 474 24th St, Oakl; $6-10. "Parkway Classics:" Harold and Maude (Ashby, 1971), Thu, 9pm. Oakland International Black LGBT Film Festival: Stud Life (Ex, 2012), Fri, 7; "Just Shorts," Sat, 2; Taboo Yardies (Blake, 2011), Sun, 2:30; You Are Not Alone (Clay, 2012), Sun, 4:30. Visit for more info. "Thrillville:" The Vampire Lovers (Baker, 1970), Sun, 6. "Documentary Film Series:" The Central Park Five (Burns, Burns, and McMahon, 2012), Tue, 7.

PACIFIC FILM ARCHIVE 2575 Bancroft, Berk; (510) 642-5249, $5.50-9.50. "Werner Schroeter: Magnificent Obsessions:" The Smiling Star (1983), Wed, 7; Eika Katappa (1969), Sun, 5:30. "Chronicles of Inferno: Japan's Art Theater Guild:" Pastoral: Hide and Seek (Terayama, 1974), Thu, 7; Double Suicide (Shinoda, 1969), Fri, 7; The Ceremony (Oshima, 1971), Sat, 6. "The Sounds of Silence:" The Silence (Bergman, 1963), Fri, 9; Into Great Silence (Gröning, 2005), Sun, 2. "Alfred Hitchcock: The Shape of Suspense:" Strangers on a Train (1951), Sat, 8:30. "Documentary Voices/On Location in Silent Cinema:" Chang (Cooper and Schoedsack, 1927) with "Land Without Bread" (Buñuel, 1933), Tue, 7.

ROXIE 3117 and 3125 16th St, SF; (415) 863-1087, $6.50-11. SF IndieFest, through Feb 8-21. For advance tickets (most shows $12) and full schedule, visit

VORTEX ROOM 1082 Howard, SF; Facebook: The Vortex Room. $10. "For Your Vortex Only:" •Mad Love (Freund, 1935), Thu, 9, and Crazy Love (Deruddere, 1987), Thu, 11.

YERBA BUENA CENTER FOR THE ARTS 701 Mission, SF; $8-10. "Fragments of Japanese Underground Cinema 1960-1974:" "Gewaltopia: Motoharu Jonouchi's Radical Visions (1960-1974)," Thu, 7:30; "Films By the Group of Three: Iimura, Obayashi, Takabayashi," Sat, 7:30. "The Wooster Group On Screen:" To You, The Birdie! (2002), Sun, 2.

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