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Series Archives

In addition to more recent repertory series, this list provides a sampling of some series from past years here at the Brattle. The Brattle's tradition of repertory film programming dates back to its inception in the 1950s. See the Timeline of Brattle History for further information. Looking for information on past happenings at, or guests of the Brattle? Check out our Events and Guests pages for more information.

2010

  • The Films of Jacques Tati, February 19–27, 2010
  • Recent Raves: Some of the Best of 2009, February 5–11, 2010
  • The Brattle Selects, January 19–28, 2010
  • A Screwball New Year, January 1–7, 2010

2009

  • Tilting at Windmills: The Films of Terry Gilliam, December 18–23, 2009
  • Ho-Ho-Horrors, December 11–13, 2009
  • Epstein Brothers Centennial, November 25–29, 2009
  • Boston Noir, October 16 & 17, October 25–29, 2009
  • Films of Mystery & Madness: Edgar Allan Poe on Screen, October 2–13, 2009
  • Recent Raves, September 18–22, 2009
  • The Class of 1984, Weekends in July & August
  • Sense & Sensibility: The Films of Ang Lee, Thursdays in July & August
  • Recent Raves, Wednesdays in July & August
  • The Adventures of Errol Flynn, Mondays & Tuesdays in July & August
  • American Independents June 26–July 2, 2009
  • Classic Gangsters June 17–25, 2009
  • François Truffaut: Man, Woman & Child May 22–28, 2009
  • Dance On Screen: A Celebration Of The Ballets Russes Centennial April 14–16, 2009
  • Selling Democracy: Films Of The Marshall Plan March 12–19, 2009
  • Remembering Ricardo February 23–25, 2009
  • Great Romances IV February 6–14, 2009
  • (Some Of) The Best Of 2008 Jan 30–Feb 5, 2009
  • Encounter David Lean January 16–29, 2009
  • The Brattle Selects 2009 January 9–15, 2009

2008

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2004

  • More info coming soon!

2003

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2001


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