These looks at what’s on screen in the coming week include Brattle screenings from the Wicked Queer Film Festival, a Tupac Shakur three-fer and “Lost in Alphaville: Noir & Technology,” and there’s Lanthimos and Nicolas Cage in “Dream Scenario” in Kendall Square and more great works in town.
These looks at what’s on screen in the coming week include an anniversary run for “Farewell My Concubine,” works from the Revolutions per Minute and Boston Jewish Film festivals, extreme sports in Somerville and new works such as “When Evil Lurks,” “Rustin” and “The Persian Version.”
Festival docs and horror tales vie for screen time, led by ‘Pigeon Tunnel’ and Julia Marchese’s picks
These looks at what’s on screen in the coming week include the annual GlobeDocs Film Festival, including “Sorry/Not Sorry” about scandal around the comedian Louis C.K. and “The Pigeon Tunnel” by Errol Morris, as well as big-screen scares – many curated by local gore film fanatic Julia Marchese in her Halloween Hullabaloo 3.
These looks at what’s on screen in the coming week include the documentary “Aftershock,” about black maternal mortality, and “Silver Dollar Road,” about the fight over black property, but also lighter fare: the classic “Ace in the Hole,” nearly forgotten “Carny,” a “Texas Chain Saw” sequel and Sinister Cinema, a screening of the local horror shorts.
These looks at what’s on screen in the coming week include Independent Film Festival Boston picks, “Godard Cinema,” more Scorsese-DiCaprio and Halloween-worthy chillers such as “The Others” and the original “Child’s Play,” as well as an effective vampire doc (or is it). But the movie not to miss is “The Burial.”
These looks at what’s on screen in the coming week include picks from “The Queer Film Guide” at The Brattle and an Indigenous People’s Day double feature, Jane Eyre plus zombies and more October-worthy attempts at scares, from Freddy Krueger to a new “Exorcist.” Also: “Flora and Son” and Free tickets to “Foe” in Kendall Square.
These looks at what’s on screen in the coming week include the chilling new “Megalomaniac” from Belgium and thought-provoking “The Hole in the Fence” from Mexico, as well as repertory fare that includes Scorsese’s “Shutter Island” and silent films such as Buster Keaton’s “Three Ages.”
These looks at what’s on screen in the coming week include Christopher Walken greats from the 1980s and Jeanet/Caro’s “City of Lost Children” as well as the 50-year rerelease run of Talking Heads’ “Stop Making Sense,” Ford’s “Fugitive” and new works: “Dumb Money” and the smart, scary “It Lives Inside.”