While the High Museum's Dali: The Late Work gives over to the art of the flamboyantly mustachioed surrealist Salvador Dali, the museum's film series presents three cinematic perspectives on Dali's sensibility. DALI: A PASSION FOR FILM begins Aug. 21 with Dali: The Filmmaker, a look at cinematic work from the artist himself, including the ground-breaking "An Andalusian Dog" and the restored version of his Disney short, "Destino." Dali's American Friends on Aug. 28 considers some of his personal favorites, particularly anarchic cartoons and the Marx Brothers' classic war satire, "Duck Soup." Finally, on Sept. 11, Lights, Camera, Dali presents documentaries about the artist, including a contribution from Andy Warhol. Be sure to consult your melting clock so you won't be late.