For adventurous cinephile families and movie lovers stuck in the city for the holiday, this series presents some of the greatest, most empathetic evocations of childhood by cinema’s favorite auteurs.
Vittorio De Sica's neorealist masterpiece follows the struggles of an unemployed father.
Two sisters are entranced by Boris Karloff when Frankenstein is screened in their village.
Shot in Technicolor, this lyrical film is the greatest of Jean Renoir’s late period.
Ingmar Bergman’s childhood is the basis for this haunting family drama.
An alienated working-class teenage boy finds companionship when he encounters a kestrel.