These looks at what’s on screens in the coming week include “We’re All Going to the World’s Fair” and more at The Brattle, Harvard Film Archive, The Somerville Theatre and Landmark Kendall Square Cinema, as well as reviews of “Paris, District 13,” “Facing Nolan” and Disney’s “Polar Bear,” streaming in time for Earth Day.
These looks at what’s on screens in the coming week include some more LGBTQ+ Film Festival selections, repertory hits, must-sees such as the revolutionary Ukrainian “Maidan” documentary at the Harvard Film Archive and reviews of “All the Old Knives,” “Death on the Nile” and more.
These looks at what’s on screens in the coming week include some LGBTQ+ Film Festival selections and reviews of releases including Marvel’s “Morbius,” the Covid-infected “The Bubble,” and watch-worthy streamers “Beneath the Banyan Tree” and “Apollo 10½: A Space Age Childhood” from Richard Linklater.
These looks at what’s on the big screen in the coming week include Brattle programs such as “From Hollywood with Love” and “The Roots of ‘Mulholland Drive’”; works at the Harvard Film Archive and Somerville Theatre; reviews of “Infinite Storm,” “Master” and “Turning Red,” among others; and a quick run-down of top Oscar nominees.
Somerville’s Davis Square is set to see a pair of construction projects that could uproot more than a dozen businesses, from a pawn shop and doctor’s office to restaurants, a bakery and bubble tea shop. One property manager condemned by some in Harvard Square for its rent hikes is promising a more benevolent approach here.
These looks at what’s on the big screen in the coming week include are from Belmont World Film, the Boston Underground Film Festival, The DocYard and Harvard Film Archive, as well as more from The Brattle and Somerville Theatre, as well as the fun “Ghost Light” and Amy Poehler’s “Lucy and Desi’ documentary.
These looks at what’s on the big screen in the coming week include three works by or about groundbreaking women, including Ida Lupino, Harvard alum Jennifer Brea and Jamie Babbitt, as well as repertory fare from The Brattle and Somerville Theatre and reviews of “Fresh,” “Compartment Number 6” and “The Adam Project.”