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Schedules are for Wed/12-Tue/18 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; $6-10. "Her Tail Was Cut in Two," live performance and short films with Cyrus Yoshi Tabar and Janel Leppin, Fri, 8.

BRAVA THEATER CENTER 2789 24th St, SF; Free. Queer Women of Color Film Festival, Fri-Sun. The 2013 focus is "Bridge to Truth," with an emphasis on queer communities in Southwest Asia, North Africa, the Middle East, and South Asia.

CASTRO 429 Castro, SF; (415) 621-6120, $8.50-13. The Place Beyond the Pines (Cianfrance, 2012), Wed, 2, 5, 8. •Knife in the Water (Polanski, 1962), Thu, 7, and Belle de Jour (Buñuel, 1967), Thu, 8:50. "San Francisco Silent Film Festival presents the Hitchcock 9:" Blackmail (1929), Fri, 8; Champagne (1928), Sat, 1; Downhill (1927), Sat, 4; The Ring (1927), Sat, 7; The Manxman (1927), Sat, 9:30; The Farmer's Wife (1928), Sun, noon; Easy Virtue (1927), Sun, 2:30; The Pleasure Garden (1926), Sun, 5; The Lodger (1926), Sun, 7:30. With accompaniment by the Mont Alto Motion Picture Orchestra, Judith Rosenberg, Stephen Horne, and others; more info at •The Doors (Stone, 1991), Tue, 2, 7, and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (Gilliam, 1998), Tue, 4:35, 9:35.

CHRISTOPHER B. SMITH RAFAEL FILM CENTER 1118 Fourth St, San Rafael; (415) 454-1222, $6.75-$10.25. Elemental (Roshan and Vaughan-Lee, 2012), call for dates and times. Fill the Void (Burshtein, 2012), call for dates and times. Frances Ha (Baumbach, 2012), call for dates and times. Midnight's Children (Mehta, 2012), call for dates and times. Rebels With a Cause (Kelly, 2012), call for dates and times. Stories We Tell (Polley, 2012), call for dates and times. Becoming Traviata (Béziat, 2012), June 14-20, call for times.

"FILM NIGHT IN THE PARK" This week: Dolores Park, SF; Free (donations appreciated). Raiders of the Lost Ark (Spielberg, 1981), Sat, 8.

JACK LONDON SQUARE Market lawn, Harrison at Water, Oakl; Free. The Dark Knight Rises (Nolan, 2012), Thu, sundown.

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE 57 Post, SF; (415) 393-0100, $10 (reservations required as seating is limited). "CinemaLit Film Series: On the Road:" Two for the Road (Donen, 1967), Fri, 6.

NEW PARKWAY 474 24th St, Oakl; $6-10. "New Parkway Family Classics:" Honey I Shrunk the Kids (Johnston, 1989), Fri, 4; Sat, 12:30. "Thrillville Theater:" The Brain That Wouldn't Die (Green, 1962), Sun, 6.

OHLONE COLLEGE Smith Center Outdoor Amphitheater, 43600 Mission, Fremont; $10 (parking, $2). Vertigo (Hitchcock, 1958), Fri, 8:30.

PACIFIC FILM ARCHIVE 2575 Bancroft, Berk; (510) 642-5249, $5.50-9.50. "Dancing with Light: The Cinematography of Agnès Godard:" "Behind the Scenes: Agnès Godard on Cinematography:" Home (Meier, 2008), Thu, 7; Sister (Meier, 2012), Fri, 7; Beau travail (Denis, 1999), Sat, 6:30; Trouble Every Day (Denis, 2001), Sat, 9; The Dreamlife of Angels (Zonca, 1998), Sun, 7. With Godard in person. "Castles in the Sky: Masterful Anime from Studio Ghibli:" Castle in the Sky (Miyazaki, 1986), Sun, 4:30.

ROXIE 3117 and 3125 16th St, SF; (415) 863-1087, $6.50-11. DocFest: 12th SF Documentary Film Festival, through June 20. For complete schedule and ticket info, visit

SAN MATEO PUBLIC LIBRARY Oak Room, 55 W. Third Ave, San Mateo; Free. Genetic Roulette (Smith, 2012), Wed, 5:30. With a Q&A with David Hinckle, owenr of Earthbeam Natural Foods.

VORTEX ROOM 1082 Howard, SF; Facebook: The Vortex Room. $10. "The Vortex Phenomena:" •The Dunwich Horror (Haller, 1970), Thu, 9, and Satan's Triangle (Roley, 1975), Thu, 11.

YERBA BUENA CENTER FOR THE ARTS 701 Mission, SF; $8-10. "Ulrich Seidl's Paradise Trilogy:" Paradise: Love (2012), Thu and Sat, 7:30; Sun, 2.

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