Press Contact: Helen Dalrymple (202) 707-1940

September 16, 1998

MEDIA ADVISORY
Public Events at the Library of Congress

Mid-September - December 1998
(Events subject to change)
ALL EVENTS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED
(Film series associated with "Zion's Call" and "Freud" exhibitions as well as National Film Registry screenings are listed in appendix)

September 17
Thursday
EXHIBITION OPENS
"Zion's Call: A Library of Congress Exhibition Marking Israel's Fiftieth Year" opens in the South Gallery of the Great Hall. The exhibition contains Judaic treasures from the Library's collections including one of the earliest maps of the region in Hebrew and a 19th century synagogue wall hanging with images of Jerusalem. The exhibition, which runs through Dec. 19, will be accompanied by a film series (see appendix), concerts, lectures and readings to be announced. Public Contact: (202) 707-4604

September 17
Thursday
LECTURE
Linda Downs, National Gallery of Art, discusses "Mexican Muralists in the United States," in a Hispanic Heritage Month event in the Pickford Theater, third floor of the Madison Building, at 12:30 p.m. Public Contact: (202) 707-5400

September 18
Friday
EXHIBITION OPENS
A small exhibition celebrating the creation of Czechoslovakia, "The Birth of Czechoslovakia: October 1998," opens in the Great Hall North and will remain on view through Dec. 26. It includes a variety of materials drawn from the Library's collections, such as photographs and posters; correspondence of Thomas Masaryk, Milan Stefanik and Edvard Benes, leaders of the independence movement; and a typescript copy of the Czechoslovak Declaration of Independence from the Woodrow Wilson Papers. Public Contact: (202) 707-4604


READING
The Literature from Europe Series continues with Flemish author Stefan Hertmans of Belgium, Mumford Room, sixth floor of the Madison Building, 6:30 p.m. Public Contact: (202) 707-3302

September 22
Tuesday
SLIDE LECTURE
John Incledon gives a slide lecture as part of the Library's Hispanic Heritage Month activities on "Magic Carpet Ride: Magical Realism in Modern Art & Literature" in the Mumford Room, sixth floor of the Madison Building, at noon. Public Contact: (202) 707-5400

September 23
Wednesday
TREASURE-TALK
Raymond White, Music Division curator, talks about legendary composer George Gershwin in the Treasures Gallery of the Jefferson Building at noon. Public Contact: (202) 707-3323

September 23
Wednesday
JAZZ FILM
Three episodes of "Jazz 625," a rarely seen BBC performance series from the mid-1960s featuring the bands of Willie "The Lion" Smith, Wes Montgomery and Art Blakey is on tonight's "Jazz on Film" program in the Pickford Theater, third floor of the Madison Building, at 7 p.m. Admission is first come, first served; no reservations are required. Come early for seating in this intimate 64-seat venue. Public Contact: (202) 707-1848

September 25
Friday
PANEL DISCUSSION
A panel discussion on Hispanics in the Media, featuring Ernesto Clavijo (Univision WMDO 48) and speakers from Hispanic Radio Media and El Tiempo Latino will be held in Dining Room A, sixth floor of the Madison Building, at noon, as part of the Library's celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. Public Contact: (202) 707-5400

September 28
Monday
KEYNOTE
Ana Maria Escalln, director of the OAS Art Museum of the Americas, and Susana Torruella Leval, Museo del Barrio, New York City, talk about "Changes in Art Since WWII" and "The Status of Hispanic Art in the U.S." in the Keynote Program for the Library's celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, Mumford Room, sixth floor of the Madison Building, 11 a.m. Public Contact: (202) 707-5400


JAZZ FILM
Last in the "Jazz on Film" series is "1997 Vision Festival," a new film by Susan Littenberg documenting the annual new-music festival in New York City. Among the many artists shown in conversation and performance are William Parker and his Little Huey Orchestra, poet Amiri Baraka and the David S. Ware Quartet. The program will take place in the Pickford Theater, third floor of the Madison Building, at 7 p.m. Admission is first come, first served; no reservations are required. Come early for seating in this intimate 64-seat venue. Public Contact: (202) 707-1848

September 30
Wednesday
TREASURE-TALK
The first women's literary journal, Lady's Magazine and the Repository of Entertaining Language, is the subject of today's noontime Treasure-Talk with Rare Book Division specialist Rosemary Plakas in the Treasures Gallery of the Jefferson Building. Public Contact: (202) 707-3323

October 1
Thursday
READING
District Lines poetry reading, cosponsored by the Center for the Book and the Federation of Friends of the D.C. Public Library, with E. Ethelbert Miller, Reuben Jackson, and several children reading from their work, Mumford Room, sixth floor of the Madison Building, 6:30 p.m. Public Contact: (202) 707-5221

October 1-2
Thursday-Friday
CONCERTS
The Library's chamber music concert season opens with two concerts by the Juilliard String Quartet, who will perform Mendelssohn's Quartet in A major, Opus 13, the Shostakovich Quartet No. 3 in F major, Opus 73, and Ravel's Quartet in F major, Coolidge Auditorium, Thomas Jefferson Building, 8 p.m. All Library of Congress concerts are free, but tickets are required. Tickets are available from TicketMaster, at (202) 432-SEAT or (301) 808-6900, for a small handling charge. While these concerts "sell out" quickly, patrons are encouraged to come to the Library by 6:30 p.m. the evening of a sold-out performance to try to obtain seats on a standby basis. Public Contact: (202) 707- 5502

October 2
Friday
SYMPOSIUM
An all-day symposium to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Spanish-American War is sponsored by the Hispanic Division and the University of Maryland. The morning session, "1898: Learning from the Past," will be held in the Pickford Theater, third floor of the Madison Building, from 9 a.m. to noon. Part II of the symposium, "Intervention and Conflict Resolution in the 20th Century," will take place in the Mumford Room, sixth floor of the Madison Building, from 2 to 5:30 p.m. Public Contact: (202) 707-5400

October 5
Monday
KEYNOTE
Sen. Tom Harkin (D-Iowa), gives the Keynote Address to kick off Disability Employment Awareness Month at the Library in the Mumford Room, sixth floor of the Madison Building, at 1 p.m. Public Contact: (202) 707-7544

October 6
Tuesday
FILM
A film showing of Part I of "Picasso" celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month, Pickford Theater, third floor of the Madison Building, noon. Public Contact: (202) 707-5400


LECTURE
The Science, Technology and Business Division presents a noontime talk by Nancy Gwynn, head of the Smithsonian Libraries, on what's new at those libraries, Dining Room A, sixth floor of the Madison Building. Public Contact: (202) 707-5664


BOOKS & BEYOND
Books & Beyond, sponsored by the Center for the Book, presents an illustrated talk by Scott Ferris on his new book, Rockwell Kent's Forgotten Landscapes, Mumford Room, sixth floor of the Madison Building, 6 p.m. Public Contact: (202) 707-5221

October 7
Wednesday
CONCERT
Isolina Bergantios, violin, and Lola G. Viloria, classical guitar, perform in the Coolidge Auditorium, Thomas Jefferson Building, as part of the Library's Hispanic Heritage Month celebration, at noon. No tickets are required. Public Contact: (202) 707-5400


TREASURE-TALK
John Hbert of the Hispanic Division talks about Christoper Columbus's "Book of Privileges" in the Treasures Gallery, Jefferson Building at noon. Public Contact: (202) 707-3323

October 8
Thursday
FILM
Part II of the film "Picasso" is shown in the Pickford Theater, third floor of the Madison Building, at noon. Public Contact: (202) 707-5400


READING
Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky opens the Library's literary season with a reading of his poems, Mumford Room, sixth floor of the Madison Building, 6:45 p.m. Public Contact: (202) 707-5394

October 13
Tuesday
FILM
Screening of "Hemingway in Cuba" concludes the Hispanic Heritage Month film activities, Pickford Theater, third floor of the Madison Building, at noon. Public Contact: (202) 707-5400

October 14
Wednesday
TREASURE-TALK
Prints and Photographs Division specialist Verna Curtis discusses 19th century photographer Timothy O'Sullivan in the Treasures Gallery of the Jefferson Building at noon. Public Contact: (202) 707-3323


READING
Poets Thom Gunn and David Ferry read their poems, Montpelier Room, sixth floor of the Madison Building, at 6:45 p.m. Mr. Ferry, who teaches at Wellesley College, is the author of many collections of poetry, critical works and works of translation. Mr. Gunn's Collected Poems appeared in 1994; he is on the faculty of the University of California, Berkeley. Public Contact: (202) 707-5394

October 15
Thursday
EXHIBITION OPENS
"Sigmund Freud: Conflict and Culture" opens in the Northwest Gallery, Thomas Jefferson Building, and will remain on view through Jan. 16, 1999. This major exhibition will trace the influence of Freud and psychoanalysis on 20th century culture, drawing on the Library's collection of more than 80,000 Freud items (vintage photographs, prints, films, manuscript letters and documents and first editions of many publications) donated over the past 40 years by the Sigmund Freud Archive. Public Contact: (202) 707-4604


LECTURE
Michael Roth, curator of the Library's Freud exhibition, speaks and gives a tour of the exhibition in the first of a series of six lectures cosponsored with Smithsonian Associates in connection with "Sigmund Freud: Conflict and Culture," Mumford Room, sixth floor of the Madison Building, 6:30 p.m. (Cost for the series of six lectures is $78 for Smithsonian Resident Associate members and $123 for nonmembers; call 202/357-3030 for more information.)

October 16
Friday
READING
Carol Muske and Carl Phillips, who were granted poetry fellowships from the Witter Bynner Foundation in conjunction with the Library of Congress earlier this year, will read in the Montpelier Room, sixth floor of the Madison Building, at 6:45 p.m. Public Contact: (202) 707-5394


CONCERT
Spain's "Al Ayre Espaol," a period-instrument ensemble directed by Eduard Lpez Banzo that specializes in Iberian music of the 17th and 18th centuries, makes its American debut in the Coolidge Auditorium, Jefferson Building, at 8 p.m. See listing for Oct. 1-2 for ticket information. Public Contact: (202) 707-5502

October 19
Monday
LECTURE
"A History of Medical Rehabilitation" is the topic of a lecture by Henry B. Betts, M.D., past President/Medical Director, Rehabilitation Institute, Chicago, in connection with Disability Employment Awareness Month in the Mumford Room, sixth floor of the Madison Building, at 11 a.m. Public Contact: (202) 707-7544

October 20
Tuesday
LECTURE
Dr. Ants Leetmaa, director of the Climate Prediction Service of the National Weather Service, talks about weather forecasting in a lecture sponsored by the Science, Technology and Business Division, Mumford Room, sixth floor of the Madison Building, at noon. Public Contact: (202) 707- 5664


BOOKS & BEYOND
Anne Fadiman discusses her latest book, Ex Libris: Confessions of a Common Reader, in this program, sponsored by the Center for the Book, in the Mumford Room, sixth floor of the Madison Building, at 6 p.m. Public Contact: (202) 707-5221

October 21
Wednesday
TREASURE-TALK
Manuscript Division historical specialist John Haynes talks about General George S. Patton in the Treasures Gallery of the Jefferson Building at noon. Public Contact: (202) 707-3323

October 22
Thursday
LECTURE
Lecture series with Smithsonian Associates in connection with Freud exhibition features Sherry Turkle, professor of the sociology of science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Mumford Room, sixth floor of the Madison Building, 6:30 p.m. (See entry for Oct. 15 lecture for cost of the series of six lectures.) Public Contact: (202) 357-3030


READING
The Library's Poetry and Literature Center presents a reading by the 1998 Rebekah Johnson Bobbitt Poetry Prize winner (to be announced in September). Former Bobbitt Prize winners Louise Glck, Kenneth Koch and Mark Strand will also read in celebration of the awarding of the fifth of these biennial prizes. The event will take place in the Montpelier Room, sixth floor of the Madison Building, at 6:45 p.m. Public Contact: (202) 707-5394


CONCERT
"David and Solomon" is presented in the Coolidge Auditorium of the Thomas Jefferson Building at 8 p.m. in collaboration with the Embassy of Israel and in conjunction with the Library's "Zion's Call" exhibition. The performance brings together one of Israel's most famous performers, singer David De'or and Habrera Hatvit (The Gathering) with Shlomo Bar. Using hand drums, Persian sentur, accordion, electric guitar, jambush, classical Indian drums, flutes and violins, this eclectic and original ensemble's performances provide a unique perspective on the richness of Israel's ethnic music. See Oct. 1-2 listing for ticket information. Public Contact: (202) 707-5502

October 23
Friday
CONCERT
The Library's Hispanic Division and American Folklife Center, with the Spanish Embassy present a concert of "Federico Garca Lorca's Andalusian Folk Songs" in celebration of the centenary of his birth, with performances by two artists from Valencia, Spain, guitarist Jose Luis Ruiz del Puerto and singer Elena de la Merced, in the Mumford Room, sixth floor of the Madison Building, at 6:30 p.m. Public Contact: (202) 707-5400


CONCERT
Opus One, with Ida Kavafian, violin; Steven Tenenbom, viola; Peter Wiley, cello, and Anne-Marie McDermott, piano,performs in the Coolidge Auditorium in the first official appearance of this newly formed ensemble, Jefferson Building at 8 p.m. See listing for Oct. 1-2 for ticket information. Public Contact: (202) 707-5502

October 23-24
Friday-Saturday
SYMPOSIUM
"Sterling Brown: American Poet and Cultural Worker," a series of readings, seminars and musical performances based on Brown's work, will take place in various rooms on the sixth floor of the Madison Building. Participants include Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky and former Poet Laureate Rita Dove; poets Kenneth Carroll, Lucille Clifton, Toi Derricotte, Michael S. Harper, Yusef Komunyakaa, E. Ethelbert Miller and Sonia Sanchez; filmmaker Haile Gerima; scholars Kimberly Benston, Joanne V. Gabbin, Mark A. Sanders and John Edgar Tidwell; and musicians Kyra Gaunt and the Emory Diggs Quartet. Public Contact: (202) 707-5394

October 24
Saturday
MASTER CLASS
Master Class with Ida Kavafian, violinist with Opus One, Coolidge Auditorium, Jefferson Building, 11 a.m. See Oct. 1-2 listing for ticket information. Public Contact: (202) 707-5502

October 27
Tuesday
READING
"Frost and Fire" is the theme for today's Poetry at Noon program in the Pickford Theater, third floor of the Madison Building. Readers to be announced. Public Contact: (202) 707-1308

October 28
Wednesday
TREASURE-TALK
Brazilian artist Candido Portinari, who painted the four large murals in the Library's Hispanic Division in 1940-41, is the topic of today's Treasure-Talk with Ieda Siqueira Wiarda and Reynaldo Aguirre, Treasures Gallery, noon. Public Contact: (202) 707-3323

October 29
Thursday
LECTURE
The third in the series of lectures in connection with "Sigmund Freud: Conflict and Culture" and in conjunction with Smithsonian Associates features Jonathan Lear, John U. Nef Distinguished Service Professor at the University of Chicago, Mumford Room, sixth floor of the Madison Building, 6:30 p.m. (See entry for Oct. 15 lecture for cost of the series of six programs.) Public Contact: (202) 357-3030

November 4
Wednesday
BOOKS & BEYOND
Books & Beyond program presented by the Center for the Book with author William Styron and James L.W. West III discussing West's latest book, William Styron: A Life, Mumford Room, sixth floor of the Madison Building, 6 p.m. Public Contact: (202) 707-5221


READING
The Library's Poetry and Literature Center presents an evening of readings by seven Washington poets - Michael Collier, Carolyn Forch, E. Ethelbert Miller, Linda Pastan, Stanley Plumly, Jane Shore and Henry Taylor - in the Coolidge Auditorium, Jefferson Building, at 6:45 p.m. Public Contact: (202) 707-5394

November 5
Thursday
LECTURE
Lecture series with Smithsonian Associates in connection with Freud exhibition features Peter D. Kramer, who teaches psychiatry at Brown University and is the author of Listening to Prozac, Mumford Room, sixth floor of the Madison Building, at 6:30 p.m. (See entry for Oct. 15 lecture for cost of the series of six programs.) Public Contact: (202) 357-3030

November 6
Friday
CONCERT
Naumburg violin winner Axel Strauss presents a recital in the Coolidge Auditorium, Thomas Jefferson Building, with a preconcert lecture by Robert Mann, founding first violinist of the Juilliard String Quartet, 8 p.m. All Library of Congress concerts are free, but tickets are required. Tickets are available from TicketMaster, at (202) 432-SEAT or (301) 808-6900, for a small handling charge. While these concerts "sell out" quickly, patrons are encouraged to come to the Library by 6:30 p.m. the evening of a sold-out performance to try to obtain seats on a standby basis. Public Contact: (202) 707-5502

November 12
Thursday
LECTURE
Lecture series with Smithsonian Associates in connection with Freud exhibition features Richard M. Restak, professor of neurology at George Washington University and the author of Brainscapes, Mumford Room, sixth floor of the Madison Building, 6:30 p.m. (See entry for Oct. 15 lecture for cost of the series of six programs.) Public Contact: (202) 357-3030

November 18
Wednesday
CONCERT
Ursula Oppens and the Arditti String Quartet perform a program of all Elliott Carter music, including the premiere of his Quintet for piano and string quartet; other works on the program are Fragment for String Quartet, 90+ for piano solo, Figment for cello solo, String Quartet No. 5, and Duo for violin and piano, Coolidge Auditorium, Thomas Jefferson Building, 8 p.m. See Nov. 6 listing for ticket information. Public Contact: (202) 707-5502

November 19
Thursday
CONCERT
Concert commemorating the 60th anniversary of Kristallnacht, with the Dresden String Quartet playing works by Mendelssohn and Schulhoff; a chamber ensemble will premiere a new work by Herman Berlinski, "Gates of Sorrow," which was commissioned by the Library, Coolidge Auditorium, Thomas Jefferson Building, 8 p.m. See Nov. 6 listing for ticket information. Public Contact: (202) 707-5502

November 20
Friday
DISCUSSION
Panel discussion on the "Motown sound" with some of the original Motown artists, Claudette Robinson and Bobby Rogers of Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, and producer and songwriter William "Mickey" Stevenson, Coolidge Auditorium, Jefferson Building, 8 p.m. See Nov. 6 listing for ticket information. Public Contact: (202) 707-5502

December 2
Wednesday
READING
Israeli poet Yehuda Amichai reads from his work in the Mumford Room, sixth floor of the Madison Building, at 6:45 p.m. Public Contact: (202) 707-5394

December 3
Thursday
LECTURE
Last in the series of lectures with the Smithsonian Associates program in connection with the Freud exhibition presents Kenneth J. Gergen, who teaches psychology at Swarthmore College and is the author of The Saturated Self, Mumford Room, sixth floor of the Madison Building, 6:30 p.m. (See entry for Oct. 15 lecture for cost of the series of six programs.) Public Contact: (202) 357-3030


READING
John Hollander and Alan Williamson read their poems in the Montpelier Room, sixth floor of the Madison Building, at 6:45 p.m. Mr. Hollander's most recent collection of poetry is Tessarae, and Other Poems (1992) and Mr. Williamson is the author of the poetry collections The Muse of Distance (1988) and Mere Life: Essays on the Art of Poetry (1994). Public Contact: (202) 707-5394

December 8
Tuesday
READING
"Safe Harbor/Dangerous Seas" is the theme for December's Poetry at Noon program. Readers to be announced. Pickford Theater, third floor of the Madison Building, at noon. Public Contact: (202) 707-1308


BOOKS & BEYOND
Author Patricia O'Toole, whose most recent book is Of Money and Morals, will speak in the West Dining Room, sixth floor of the Madison Building, at 6 p.m. Public Contact: (202) 707-5221

December 18
Friday
CONCERT
The Juilliard String Quartet performs Mozart's Quartet in D minor, K. 421, Elliott Carter's Quartet No. 5, and Beethoven's Quartet in F major, Opus 59, No. 1, Coolidge Auditorium, Thomas Jefferson Building, 8 p.m. All Library of Congress concerts are free, but tickets are required. Tickets are available from TicketMaster, at (202) 432-SEAT or (301) 808-6900, for a small handling charge. While these concerts "sell out" quickly, patrons are encouraged to come to the Library by 6:30 p.m. the evening of a sold-out performance to try to obtain seats on a standby basis. Public Contact: (202) 707-5502

APPENDIX: FILM SCREENINGS

Free films will be shown in the Mary Pickford Theater, third floor of the Madison Building, from September through December in connection with two Library exhibitions, "Zion's Call: A Library of Congress Exhibition Marking Israel's Fiftieth Year" and "Sigmund Freud: Conflict and Culture." An additional film series will screen some of the movies nominated for the National Film Registry. All films will be shown at 7 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Reservations for any of these films may be made by phone, beginning one week before any given program by calling (202) 707-5677. Reserved seats must be claimed at least 10 minutes before showtime, after which standbys will be admitted to unclaimed seats. All programs are free, but seating is limited to 64 seats. Public Contact: (202) 707-5677

FILMS RELATED TO "ZION'S CALL"

Sept. 17: "Israel: History, Land and People" (BFA Productions, 1978) and "Hill 24 Doesn't Answer" (Dickinson & Frye, 1955)

Sept. 24: "Igor and Olga" (1994), "Operation Moses" (1989), and "Biglal Hamilchama Hahi" (1988)

Oct. 1: "Israeli Boy: Life on a Kibbutz" (Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1973) and "Noa at Seventeen" (1982)

Oct. 7: "Exodus" (United Artists, 1960), 6 p.m.

Oct. 8: "Dreamers and Builders: 100 Years of Zionism" (1997) and "Sallah Shabbati" (Menachem Golan, 1964)

Oct. 19: "Israel: A Nation Is Born with Abba Eban," Part 1 (Israel Heritage/WNET, 1992), noon

Oct. 19: "Israel Is Labor" (Union Films, 1949) and "They Were Ten" (Orav Films, 1961), 7 p.m.

Oct. 20: "Israel: A Nation Is Born with Abba Eban," Part 2 (Israel Heritage/WNET, 1992), noon

Oct. 21: "Israel: A Nation Is Born with Abba Eban," Part 3 (Israel Heritage/WNET, 1992), noon

Oct. 22: "Israel: A Nation Is Born with Abba Eban," Part 4 (Israel Heritage/WNET, 1992), noon

Oct. 23: "Israel: A Nation Is Born with Abba Eban," Part 5 (Israel Heritage/WNET, 1992), noon

Oct. 26: "Biography: Yitzhak Rabin" (1995) and "Time for Peace" (1996)

Nov. 2: "The Summer of Aviya" (Alamgor, 1989)

Nov. 9: "Under the Domim Tree" (Strand Releasing, 1996)

Nov. 16: "Israel" (Warner Bros., 1959) and "But Where Is Daniel Wax?" (1974), 7 p.m.

Nov. 23: "Biography: David Ben-Gurion" (CBS, 1962) and "The Wooden Gun" (1979)

Nov. 30: "An Israeli Family" (International Film Foundation, 1978) and "Goodbye, New York" (Kole-Hill, 1985)

Dec. 7: "The House on Chelouche Street" (1973)

Dec. 14: "Golda Remembered" (CBS, 1978) and "The Song of the Siren" (Talisma, 1994) concludes the film series offered in conjunction with "Zion's Call: A Library of Congress Exhibition Marking Israel's Fiftieth Year."

FILMS RELATED TO "FREUD: CONFLICT AND CULTURE"

Oct. 15: "Let There Be Light" (U.S. Army, 1946) and "Freud" (Universal, 1962), with introduction by Mike Mashon, Curator of Moving Images at the Library of Congress, 6 p.m.

Oct. 20: "Secrets of the Soul" (Neumann Film/UFA, 1926)

Oct. 21: "The Escaped Lunatic" (American Mutoscope & Biograph, 1904) and "King of Hearts" (United Artists, 1966)

Oct. 22: "Spellbound" (Selznick Productions, 1945)

Oct. 27: "New York Stories: Oedipus Wrecks" (Warner Bros., 1989) and "Schmoedipus" (BBC, 1974)

Oct. 28: "Mia and Roman" (Paramount, 1968) and "Chinatown" (Paramount, 1974), 6:30 p.m.

Oct. 29: "Hamlet" (Universal, 1948), 6:30 p.m.

Nov. 3: "Taxi: Mr. Personalities" (Paramount Television, 1981) and "The Seventh Veil" (Universal, 1945)

Nov. 4: "The Hypnotist's Revenge" (American Mutoscope & Biograph, 1903), "Woody Woodpecker: Hypnotic Hick" (Universal, 1953) and "Deluxe Annie" (Select Films, 1918)

Nov. 5: "Un Chien Andalou" (Luis Buuel, 1929) and "Eraserhead" (Libra Films, 1978)

Nov. 10: "Freud Home Movies"

Nov. 12: "Face to Face" (Paramount, 1976), 6:30 p.m.

Nov. 17: "The Somnambulist" (American Mutoscope & Biograph, 1903), "The Criminal Hypnotist" (American Mutoscope & Biograph, 1909) and "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari" (Decla-Bioscop, 1919)

Nov. 18: "Peeping Tom" (Anglo-Amalgamated, 1960)

Nov. 19: "Lilith" (Columbia, 1964)

Nov. 24: "The Cobweb" (MGM, 1955)

Dec. 1: "Frasier: The Impossible Dream" (Paramount Television, 1996) and "Blind Alley" (Columbia, 1939), introduction by Paul Frizler

Dec. 2: "Get Smart: All in the Mind" (Talent Associates, 1965) and "Free Love" (Universal, 1931)

Dec. 3: "The Case of Becky" (Paramount, 1915) and "The Dark Mirror" (Inter-John, 1946), introduction by John Flowers, 6:30 p.m.

Dec. 8: "The Innocents" (20th Century Fox, 1961), introduction by Sam Sarafy

Dec. 9: "How Old Is Ann?" (Edison, 1903), "Mesmerist and Country Couple" (Edison, 1899), "Experiment Perilous" (RKO, 1944)

Dec. 10: "M*A*S*H: Dear Sigmund" (20th Century-Fox Television, 1976), "Pressure Point" (United Artists, 1962)

Dec. 15: "The Seven-Percent Solution" (Universal, 1976)

Dec. 16: "The Simpsons: Fear of Flying" (Gracie Films, 1994) and "Alice" (Condor- Hessisches, 1988)

Dec. 17: "Suddenly, Last Summer" (Columbia, 1959)

NATIONAL FILM REGISTRY

Oct. 16: "Duck Amuck" (Warner Bros., 1953), "Manhandled" (Paramount, 1924), and "42nd Street" (Warner Bros., 1933), with introduction by Mike Mashon, Curator of Moving Images at the Library of Congress, 6:30 p.m.

Oct. 23: "Rhapsody in Rivets" (Warner Bros., 1941), "Why Man Creates" (Saul Bass and Associates, 1968) and "Choose Me" (Island Alive, 1984), introduction by Pat Padua, 6:30 p.m.

Oct. 30: "The Tell-Tale Heart" (UPA/Columbia, 1953), "Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom" (Walt Disney, 1953) and "The Search" (MGM, 1948), introduction by Judi Hoffman, 6:30 p.m.

Nov. 6: "Dracula" (Universal, 1931) and "Bride of Frankenstein" (Universal, 1935), introduction by Karen Lund, 6:30 p.m.

Nov. 13: "The Boat" (First National, 1921), "The Cameraman" (MGM, 1928) and "Stranger on the Third Floor" (RKO, 1940), introduction by Judi Hoffman, 6:30 p.m.

Nov. 20: "One Night of Love" (Columbia, 1934) and "Shop Around the Corner" (MGM, 1940), introduction by David Novack, 6 p.m.

Dec. 4: "Face Behind the Mask" (Columbia, 1941) and "King of the Khyber Rifles" (20th Century Fox, 1953), introduction by Brian Taves, 6:30 p.m.

Dec. 11: "Humorous Phases of Funny Faces" (Vitagraph, 1906), "Dream of a Rarebit Fiend" (Edison, 1906), "Princess Nicotine" (Vitagraph, 1909), "Grandma's Boy" (Pathe, 1922), and "The Kid Brother" (Paramount, 1927), introduction by Judi Hoffman, 6:30 p.m.

Dec. 18: "College" (United Artists, 1927) and "Picnic" (Columbia, 1955), 6:30 p.m.

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PR 98-129
9/16/98
ISSN 0731-3527

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