Revival Series

Each week repertory films will be presented on 35mm prints and DCP in The Charles’ original 362 seat theatre. There are three showings of a movie each week.


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RED Saturday, February 25
LATE AUTUMN Saturday, March 4
She Wore a Yellow Ribbon Saturday, March 11
Shadow of a Doubt Saturday, March 18


“The third and best feature of Krzysztof Kieslowski's highly ambitious ‘Three Colors’ trilogy concentrates on the theme of fraternity. The principal characters are a young student and model (Irene Jacob) and a cynical retired judge (Jean- Louis Trintignant) whose paths cross by chance in Geneva, and in a way their meeting comes more »



“Another gem from the Ozu canon, a masterpiece of tendernesss and serio-comic charm, as tonally ambiguous and morally complex as anything he ever made. Three conceited middle-aged salarymen attend a memorial anniversary for a contemporary, and the experience appears to reawaken their feelings for his beautiful widow Akiko (Setsu more »


She Wore a Yellow Ribbon

“Of all John Ford's lyrical films, this 1949 feature is the one that most nearly leaves narrative behind; it is pure theme and variation, centered on the figure of a retiring cavalry officer (John Wayne, playing with strength and conviction a man well beyond his actual age). The screenplay is entirely episodic, and it ends in a more »


Shadow of a Doubt

“Alfred Hitchcock's first indisputable masterpiece. Joseph Cotten is Uncle Charlie, aka the Merry Widow Murderer, who returns to his hometown to visit his niece and namesake, played by Teresa Wright. Hitchcock's discovery of darkness within the heart of small-town America remains one of his most harrowing films, a peek behind th more »