This coronavirus edition of movies to shelter with includes a range of works to help see in Black History Month, as well as virtual cinema from around the world at The Brattle; “Fall of the House of Usher” from the Boston Lyric Opera; and new fare from “Palmer” to “The Dig.”
This coronavirus edition of movies to shelter with includes all those in the 18th annual Belmont World Film’s Family Film Festival and what’s in the Brattle Theatre’s new “Brattlite” initiative, but leave room for the classic “Steamboat Bill Jr.,” intriguing “Happy Face” and much more.
This coronavirus edition of movies to shelter takes the watcher from Uzbekistan to 1980s Sri Lanka and the Britain of West Indies immigrants in the 1960s and 1970s – but also into action with Gerard Butler and Anthony Mackie and through Mass MoCA, the museum success story of North Adams.
This coronavirus edition of movies to shelter with includes a slew of new cinema, from a retro thriller with the marvelous Rachel Brosnahan to proof George Clooney’s kept his eyes on the stars. There’s an inspiring “Crip Camp” doc, an intriguing horror flick called “His House” and much more.
This coronavirus edition of movies to shelter shows the range of recent documentaries, starting with the DocYard’s Philly-set “The Inheritance” and visits with former Pogues performer Shane MacGowan and the mayor of Ramallah. There’s room for action and Yorgos Lanthimos weirdness as well.
This coronavirus edition of movies to shelter with includes “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” with the final performance by Chadwick Boseman, as well as more in the world of music, from a Zappa doc to fakey Bowie, as well as more sharp nostalgia with Paul Bettany as “Uncle Frank.”