‘C’mon C’mon’ to the end of the IFFB; see ‘Dune’; and burn through some folk horror at The Brattle

‘The French Dispatch’: Bienvenue to the latest precious pages from the desk of Wes Anderson

So many festival screens to watch, led by IFFB; and reviews of ‘Escape From Mogadishu,’ more

GlobeDocs studies race in America and Harvard from The Brattle screen; ‘Jacinta,’ ‘Lamb’ arrive

Meet ‘Fanny’ at the Boston Women’s Film Fest, welcome in The Addamses, Karloff and Carnage

‘No Time to Die’: Daniel Craig’s final film as Bond is big but not great, mopey but not meaningful

‘The Many Saints of Newark’: ‘Sopranos’ prequel pulls off a killer job, a setup you’ll love falling into

Cinemas of resistance and silence at The Brattle, and new releases ‘The Guilty’ and ‘The Voyeurs’

Brattle brings ‘The Fictions of Werner Herzog’; Reviews of ‘Pauli Murray,’ ‘Tammy Faye,’ more

‘Cry Macho’: Eastwood goes across the border with a mission suited for his vigorous 91 years