This coronavirus edition of movies to shelter with brings Billie Holiday back to life, streams greats at The Brattle – including a rediscovery of “Smooth Talk” from 1985 – and looks at new releases such as “Tom and Jerry,” “My Zoe” and the docs “Sex, Drugs & Bicycles” and “Downstream to Kinshasa.”
This coronavirus edition of movies to shelter with includes three for Valentine’s Day; Local and virtual fare that include a virtual DocYard screening and Q&A with the makers of “The American Sector”; and films from “Minari” and “Happy Cleaners” to “The Mauritanian” and Robin Wright’s “Land.”
This coronavirus edition of movies to shelter with includes a bunch from this year’s (virtual) Boston Science-Fiction Film Festival; “Edo Avant-Garde” at the Harvard Art Museums, three intriguing selections from The Brattle and a look back at Christopher Plummer and Hal Holbrook.
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.