From 8th to 11th September, the Yugoslav Film Archive (Kinoteka) will screen films directed by William Friedkin and those that Alan Arkin starred in as a homage to these two film workers who died this year.
Along with “The French Connection” (1971), Kinoteka will screen Friedkin’s films – “The Exorcist” (1973), “Cruising” (1980) and “To Live and Die in L.A.” (1985).
Screenings on September 18 and 19 mark anniversaries of famous films, including the 70th anniversary of the premiere of Fred Zinnemann’s ”From Here to Eternity” (1953), starring Burt Lancaster and Montgomery Clift.
The comedy “How to Marry a Millionaire” (1953) by Jean Negulesco, with Marilyn Monroe and Lauren Bacall, will also be screened.
On September 20th and 21st, Kinoteka will screen films dedicated to the late American actor Alan Arkin (1934-2023), who also directed, produced and composed music.
Norman Jewison’s “The Russians Are Coming” (1966) and Robert Ellis Miller’s “The Heart is a Lonely Hunter” (1968) will be shown, as well as Mike Nichols’ iconic “Catch-22” (1970).
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