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Updated!: This Week’s Special Screenings

The Dallas Film Society continues its Summer Screenings series with a free screening of Clemente Fracassi’s adaptation of Giuseppe Verdi’s opera Aida (1953) at 7:30pm, June 11, at the Studio Movie Grill. Details

Cinemark Theaters and Paramount Studios kick-off their Reel Classics summer film series continues with a screening of Orson Welles’ masterpiece Citizen Kane (1941), 2 and 7pm, June 13, at select Cinemark theaters. Details

The Magnolia’s monthly 50 Years of Bond! films series continues with a screening of From Russia With Love (1963), 7:30 and 10pm, June 13, at the theater. Details

The Lone Star Film Society and Sundance Square continue the Stars Under the Stars outdoor film series with a screening of Secretariat (2010), doors at 7:30pm and movie at 9pm, June 14, at the Gateway Parking Lot in downtown Fort Worth. Details

The Dallas Film Society will also present a free outdoor screening of the romantic comedy (500) Days of Summer (2009) at 9pm, June 15, at the Nasher Sculpture Center. Details

The Texas Theater presents a screening of a rare 35mmm print of F.W. Murnau’s silent era thriller Sunrise (1927) with a live score by My Education, 9pm, June 15, at the theater. Details

The Dallas Museum of Art presents an outdoor screening of State Fair (1962) — which was filmed in Dallas — at 9:30pm, June 15, in the Ross Avenue Plaza. Details

The DMA also presents a screening of the documentary Gerhard Richter — Painting (2011), 10pm, June 15, in the museum’s Horchow Auditorium. Details

The Dallas Film Society will also present a free outdoor screening of the biopic Basquiat (1996) at 9:30pm, June 16, at Annette Strauss Square. Details

The Inwood Theatre’s Midnight Madness feature for this week is is Wes Anderson’s debut feature Bottle Rocket (1996) on Friday and Saturday, June 15 and 16, at the theater. Details

The Kimball Art Museum’s Free Film Series presents Louis Malle’s documentary Place de la Republique (1974) in conjunction with the museum’s Age of Impressionism exhibit at 2 pm, Sunday, June 17, in the museum auditorium. Details

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