This coronavirus edition of movies to shelter with includes the Brattle’s celebration of 20 years as a nonprofit with Agnes Varda and “RBG” (with an introduction from Cambridge Mayor Sumbul Siddiqui); a couple of newer picks, including Tom Holland’s “Cherry”; and a week-plus of documentaries.
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.”