CB 304: Kenneth Anger’s “Invocation of My Demon Brother,” 1969.

ZAP

YOU’RE PREGNANT

THAT’S WITCHCRAFT

CB 302: Sarah Paulsen’s “Elegy to Connie,” 2014.
This week’s writeup for CINE-FILE. Sarah Paulsen is in town Saturday night to present her video at the Nightingale in Noble Square.

CB 302: Sarah Paulsen’s “Elegy to Connie,” 2014.

This week’s writeup for CINE-FILE. Sarah Paulsen is in town Saturday night to present her video at the Nightingale in Noble Square.

CB 301: Kenneth Anger’s “Scorpio Rising,” 1963.

CB 300: Ernst Lubitsch’s “The Shop Around the Corner,” 1940.

CB 298: Joe Swanberg’s “Hannah Takes the Stairs,” 2007.

CB 297: Alex Cox’s “Repo Man,” 1984.

Trooper: What could’ve done that to him? Gasoline? Napalm?

Agent Rogersz: It happens sometimes. People just explode. Natural causes.

CB 296: Joe Swanberg’s “LOL,” 2006.

CB 295: Ernst Lubitsch’s “Heaven Can Wait,” 1943.

CB 294: Roman Polanski’s “Repulsion,” 1965.

CB 293: John Cassavetes’ “Opening Night,” 1977.

Sarah: This woman you’re playing is as helpless as you are and as helpless as I am. She has no weapons. She wants to fall in love, but her time has passed. It’s too late. It’s as simple as that. You understand that part of it, don’t you? How old are you, Myrtle? You see? It’s too late. You understand that, don’t you? Just please tell me what this play doesn’t express.

Myrtle: Hope.

CB 292: Leon Gast’s “When We Were Kings,” 1996.

CB 290: Billy Wilder’s “Ace in the Hole,” 1951.

Tatum: Just so you don’t think I’m a complete louse, I do have some news for you. Put it on a Teletype. Tell your papers Chuck Tatum’s available. Looks like there’s gonna be three or four more days of hot copy. Exclusive. And Tatum is sitting on it. So let’s hear their bids. Come on, fan.

1950’s mic drop.