See the rock stars of cinema at the Film Society this Labor Day weekend!

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Before the Beatles and the Rolling Stones…the real rock stars had names like Fellini, Hitchcock, Truffaut, Bergman, and Malle.

This Labor Day weekend is the perfect time to get hooked on the classics all over again. 50 years ago, world cinema experienced a “watershed” moment that set the tone for a whole generation of auteurs to come, and in honor of that historical shift, we present Watershed, 13 of the most electric, daring, incendiary, and ground-breaking films that have ever graced the silver screen:

L’avventura
Michelangelo Antonioni

The 400 Blows / Les quatre cents coups
François Truffaut

La dolce vita
Federico Fellini

The Lovers / Les amants
Louis Malle

Psycho
Alfred Hitchcock

Cruel Story of Youth / Seishun zankoku monogatari
Nagisa Ôshima

The Crimson Kimono
Samuel Fuller

The Virgin Spring / Jungfrukällan
Ingmar Bergman

Shadows
John Cassavetes

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