Presented in conjunction with the Ringling's special exhibition of the Coville Photography Collection, these films feature photographers and their cameras.
November 5: Rear Window
A wheelchair-bound photographer spies on his neighbors from his apartment window and becomes convinced one of them has committed murder.
Universal Pictures; Directed by Alfred Hitchcock
Rated PG; 112 minutes; 1954
November 12: Blowup
A mod London photographer seems to find something very suspicious in the shots he has taken of a mysterious beauty in a desolate park.
May not be suitable for children.Turner/MGM; Directed by Michelangelo Antonioni
Not Rated; 110 minutes; 1966
November 19: The Year of Living Dangerously
An Australian reporter navigates the political turmoil of Indonesia with the help of a diminutive photographer.
MGM/UA; Directed by Peter Weir
Rated PG; 115 minutes; 1982
November 26: Fairy Tale: A True Story
Two children in 1917 take a photograph, believed by some to be the first scientific evidence of the existence of fairies. Based on a true story.
Paramount Pictures; Directed by Charles Sturridge
Rated PG; 98 minutes; 1997
December 3: Amelie
An innocent and naive girl in Paris, with her own sense of justice and a penchant for snapping photos, helps those around her and along the way, discovers love. In French with English subtitles
Miramax Films; Directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet
Rated R; 121 minutes; 2001
December 10: The Midnight Meat Train
A New York photographer attempts to hunt down a serial killer brutalizing riders of the late night subways. His search leads to a terrifying secret
Lionsgate; Directed by Ryuhei Kitamura
Rated R; 85 minutes; 2008