Trip to the movies changes for the luxurious, with more upgrades on the way along red line

Thilo-McGovern premieres his ‘Speak to Me’ at 8th Arlington International Film Festival

Harvard’s Frankenweek will honor Shelley, but shambles in just in time for Halloween

Boston Women’s Film Festival sharpens focus on a group Brattle’s been spotlighting all year

Oscars make room for ‘popular film’ category, ignoring that great popular films already win

Harvard Film Archive’s ‘Complete Visconti’ shows neorealist range, noir to the classics

Natalie Portman delivers a ‘Female Gaze’ film to Brattle as part of Boston Calling festivities

‘Belle de Jour’: Surreal and sexy provocation from the ’60s is back for Kendall Square run

Do you love Siri? Technoskeptic film series screens ‘Her,’ with expert talk on AI after

In Thursday’s ‘Self-Portrait as an Opera,’ prosaic becomes epic (with supertitles)