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HELLO GORGEOUS! A Barbra Streisand Film Series

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Drawing on Jewish values and tradition, the Skirball presents a wide array of public programs for people of all cultural backgrounds. This month’s offerings include weekly screenings of beloved Barbra Streisand films.

What’s Up, Doc? (1972)

Sunday, March 3, at 1:00 PM

When four identical bags get mixed up in a chaotic hotel, a whirlwind of mistaken identities ensues, leading to a riotous pursuit involving a lovable rogue, a determined woman, and a series of absurd events in this madcap comedy. With the eccentric duo of Barbra Streisand and Ryan O’Neal at the helm, join us for a screwball comedy like no other, where mistaken identities and mayhem collide in the most uproarious way possible.


The Prince of Tides (1991)
Sunday, March 10, 1:00 pm

In Barbra Streisand’s second directorial effort, a troubled former football coach (Nick Nolte) is reluctantly drawn into confronting his family’s haunting past and secrets after his sister’s attempted suicide, while finding solace and healing through an unexpected bond with a compassionate therapist (Streisand).


The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996)
Sunday, March 24, 1:00 pm

Barbra Streisand directs and stars in this charming tale of self-discovery and unexpected romance. After attempting a marriage of convenience, Rose Morgan (Streisand) and Gregory Larkin (Jeff Bridges) discover that true love transcends appearances, embracing the beauty found within the soul. With humor, heart, and a touch of whimsy, this endearing film navigates the complexities of love, desire, and the transformative power of genuine connection.


Yentl (1983)
Sunday, March 31, 1:00 pm

Barbra Streisand’s directorial debut! In a quest to pursue her passion for learning forbidden to women, a young Jewish woman (Streisand) disguises herself as a man, Yentl, embarking on a poignant journey of self-discovery, love, and intellectual fulfillment in a world that denies her gender’s right to knowledge.


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