A weekly roundup of what else is screening around town.
(1997) (Shown on DVD): Never one for an easy idea, Don Bluth decided to pour a large budget into a 'toon remake of the 1956 Ingrid Bergman vehicle, about a young woman who may or may not be the daughter of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia. Please just reissue the original Dragon's Lair games already, Don. C+ Sat., April 12, 11am.
Shakespeare Film Forum
See Bryn Mawr Film Institute, though Alice Bulitt, program coordinator for Renew Theaters, will give the lecture. Mon., April 14, 7pm.
$10. 401 S. Broad St. www.pjff.org
Code Name: Bayonet
(2006) (Shown on film): Lasting roughly a third as long as Steven Spielberg's Munich, Ron Maiberg's doc uncovers the facts--or at least the ones that can be definitively found--on the Israeli Mossad's gruesome retaliation against Black September's massacre at the 1972 Munich Olympics. (Not reviewed.) Mon., April 14, 7pm.
$5. 7141 Germantown Ave. 215.247.3020. www.mtairyvideolibrary.com
There Will Be Blood
(2007) (Shown on DVD): "One night I'm gonna come to you, inside of your house, wherever you're sleeping, and I'm gonna cut your throat." A- Fri., April 11-Sat., April 12, 8pm; and Sun., April 13, 7pm.
$3. 1003 Arch St. 215.922.LIVE. www.thetroc.com
(2007) (Shown on DVD): Sorry, where are we? I know the backlash is over, but are we in the backlash against the backlash or the backlash against the backlash over the backlash? B- Mon., April 14, 7:30pm.
$3-$5. Connelly Center Cinema, 800 Lancaster Ave., Villanova. 610.519.4750. www.villanova.edu The World According to Shorts
(Shown on film): Villanova's Film and Lecture Series turns itself over to a sextet of award-winning shorts from all over the globe, though their titles weren't available at press time. Go be surprised. (Not reviewed.) Sat., April 12, and Sun., April 13, 7pm; and Mon., April 14, 3:30pm and 7pm.