These looks at what’s on screens in the coming week include the last DocYard screening of the season and maybe ever, “Nuclear Family,” as well as more repertory from the Harvard Film Archive and Somerville Theatre. Meanwhile, another Doc – Doctor Strange – shows no sign of slowdown in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
These looks at what’s on screens in the coming week include a cheeky Mother’s Day screening of “Psycho” and penultimate DocYard screening at The Brattle; and a parade of pairings at the Somerville Theatre, including “JCVD” and “Being John Malkovich” and a “Hard Boiled Double Feature” night with “52 Pick Up” and “The Way of the Gun.”
These looks at what’s on screens in the coming week include “May the Fourth Be with You!” screenings of the first “Star Wars” trilogy, a restoration of David Lynch’s underappeciated “Inland Empire,” “Forgotten Films of the French New Wave” at the HFA, the end of Nic Cage-John Travolta pairings at the Somerville Theatre and start of a “Hard Boiled” series.
Harvard grad Andrew Bujalski is often referred to as “the godfather of mumblecore,” and his first film, “Funny Ha Ha” is widely considered a cornerstone of the canon. Bujalski is in town for a 20th anniversary screening of the film and Q&A with Cantabrigian filmmaker and critic Gerald Peary – but we talked with him first.
Zoom in for a talk on that flight attendant flick, see ‘Massive Talent,’ ‘Choose or Die,’ ‘Belle Vie’
These looks at what’s on screens in the coming week include a Belmont World Film Fest talk on the French “Zero Fucks Given,” more “We’re All Going to the Word’s Fair” at The Brattle and the last of The DocYard for a while, as well as a good dose of Nic Cage – including in the new “The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent.” Plenty more, too.
These looks at what’s on screens in the coming week include “We’re All Going to the World’s Fair” and more at The Brattle, Harvard Film Archive, The Somerville Theatre and Landmark Kendall Square Cinema, as well as reviews of “Paris, District 13,” “Facing Nolan” and Disney’s “Polar Bear,” streaming in time for Earth Day.