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Boston Women's Film Festival presents ALL ABOUT NINA • Saturday 9/29 at 7:00

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Wed, Feb 5, 2014

Repertory Series Archive(Some of) The Best of 2013

Museum Hours (canceled)

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Please Note: Due to a storm-related shipping delay, we will not be able to present MUSEUM HOURS as originally scheduled, so NIGHT ACROSS THE STREET will play in its place at 4:45 and 9:15. We regret any inconvenience.

(2012) dir Jem Cohen w/Mary Margaret O’Hara, Bobby Sommer [107 min; DCP]
Jem Cohen’s moving new film features Mary Margaret O’Hara as a Canadian woman adrift in a foreign city who finds companionship when she meets a sympathetic museum guard. A gentle, thoughtful film simultaneously about a lot and nothing, MUSEUM HOURS is a must see for any art lover or lover of great cinema.

“The small yet achingly tender feature film MUSEUM HOURS is the source of small celebration, in part due to one of the names above the title: Mary Margaret O’Hara. Her name might not ring a bell, but since the end of the ‘80s she has amassed an eclectic CV as a character actress, voiceover artist, illustrator, and composer of film scores.” Writer Chelsea Speare examines the life and work of Mary Margaret O’Hara in her Brattle Film Notes on MUSEUM HOURS. Read more

BUY TICKETS: Screenings canceled due to storm-related shipping issue. We regret any inconvenience.

  • Filmmaker in Person! The DocYard presents THE PAIN OF OTHERS • Monday 10/1 at 7:00