Anticipating the Emancipation Day celebration, consider an odd turn of history in “Free State of Jones.” Things get even more real with a documentary about the moving image, police body cams and image as evidence and a postal pondering, and there are some blood-pumping genre pieces to see too.
There’s film ahead! This coronavirus edition of movies to shelter with includes Robert Machoian’s taut portrait of an unconventional marriage, “The Killing of Two Lovers”; another love triangle in “Touch”; and less memorable screenings of Netflix’s “Oxygen” and “Woman in the Window.”
This coronavirus edition of movies to shelter with includes Week 2 of the Independent Film Festival Boston, full of lively musical documentaries and bleakly absorbing procedurals, as well as DocYard features and new films, from the political “Human Factor” to an unwanted “Stowaway.”
This coronavirus edition of movies to shelter with includes Questlove’s “Summer of Soul” and other Independent Film Festival Boston fare; the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s joyously crowdsourced “Collision Shop” and a batch of works from Netflix animation to Shudder lunacy.