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Highlights for each day of the week

Monday, Feb. 4
Rachel Getting Married
Anne Hathaway was Oscar-nominated for her turn as a young drug addict released from rehab to attend her sister’s wedding. Jonathan Demme directs.(2008) 9:40 a.m., Starz

Tuesday, Feb. 5
Away From Her
Julie Christie and Gordon Pinsent play a husband and wife whose relationship is strained when she begins to suffer from Alzheimer’s. Adapted from an Alice Munro short story. (2006)
8 p.m., Sundance

Wednesday, Feb. 6
Anastasia
Ingrid Bergman may or may not be the lost daughter of Russia’s last tsar in this twisting drama, for which she won an Oscar. Yul Brynner co-stars. (1956) 10:30 a.m., FMC

Thursday, Feb. 7
The Sting
Seven Oscars, including Best Picture, went to this caper film starring Paul Newman and Robert Redford as Depression-era grifters. (1973) 10:45 p.m., TCM

Friday, Feb. 8
24 Hour Party People
Steve Coogan stars as a record-label founder in Michael Winterbottom’s fictionalized look at the rise of Manchester, England’s drug-fueled 1980s music scene. (2002) 6 p.m., Sundance

Saturday, Feb. 9
Intolerable Cruelty
Joel and Ethan Coen put their dark spin on romantic comedy: George Clooney plays a womanizing divorce lawyer and Catherine Zeta-Jones the gold-digging client who does him in. (2003)
8 a.m., Cinemax

Sunday, Feb. 10
Norma Rae
Oscar voters really liked Sally Field as a mill worker who becomes a labor activist in this fact-based drama. (1979) 3:45 p.m., TCM

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