Tuesday April 9 – 6 p.m

Strangers in the Night by Anthony Mann
1944 / États-Unis / Fiction / 56′

A war veteran, searches for the woman with whom he had an epistolary relationship during his convalescence. A search that leads to deception and murder.

Thursday April 11 – 5:15 p.m

Bluebeard’s Castle by Michael Powell
1963 / Allemagne / Fiction / 60′

Based on Béla Bartók’s opera, Duke Bluebeard gradually and reluctantly reveals the secrets of his psyche to his fourth wife, Judit, opening the seven doors of his castle to finally reveal his previous wives still alive, among whom Judit must take his place.

Friday April 12 – 3:30 p.m.

Sur la dune de la solitude by Timité Bassori
1964 / Côte d’Ivoire / Fiction / 32′

Two young people meet one evening by the lagoon. The next morning, when they wake up, the girl has disappeared.

Romeo and Juliet in the Snow by Ernst Lubitsch
1920 / Allemagne / Fiction / 48′

The story of Romeo and Juliet played out as a farce: a comedy of manners set in a snowy Bavarian village.

Friday April 12 – 7 p.m.

The Hand by Wong Kar-wai
2006 / Hong Kong / Fiction / 56′

Hong Kong, 1960s. Zhang, a shy tailor, is fascinated by his imperious client, Miss Hua. As soon as he meets her, she seduces him to make sure he remembers her when he designs her clothes. After this first intimate encounter, a passionate relationship develops between the two…

Saturday April 13 – 2 p.m.

Le Banc de la désolation by Claude Chabrol
1976 / France / Fiction / 51′

Herbert Dodd has broken up with his fiancée, Kate Cookham. The young woman, implacable, took him to court and obtained substantial damages. Herbert Dodd’s entire life will now suffer the consequences of this heavy burden.

Wednesday April 10 – 8:30 p.m. / Saturday April 13 – 3:15 p.m.

La Tendre ennemie by Max Ophuls
1936 / France / Fiction / 62′

Annette celebrates her daughter’s engagement for a marriage of convenience. Three ghosts join the party: will they persuade Annette to allow her daughter to join the man she loves?