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Rarities and Big Screen Must Sees in March and April

little-annie-rooney-poster-1Along with our staff picks, premieres, and special events, we like to highlight upcoming films that either must be seen on the big screen or only show very rarely. So we’ve put together a list of upcoming films to help guide you in making the best of your time at the Brattle—see the complete list after the jump…  More »

Reviews for ‘Cinemania’

Cinemania★★★★ “NO WAY!!!… It’s like My Big Fat Greek Wedding for our crowd, better entitled My Big Fat Movie Obsession.” – Film Threat

“What Christlieb and Kijak do so well is keeping these folks from not seeming like loons.” – Wesley Morris, Boston Globe

“I know people like these, and I understand their desire to be absorbed in the darkness and fantasy.” – Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times

“Crisp, intelligent documentary film.” – Stephen Holden, New York Times
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Establishing a Precedent: The Oscars in the ‘80s

Our Early Spring Calendar Arrives Soon

Brattle Theatre March–April 2017 Film & Event Schedule

Update: The new schedule has just arrived and is now available at the Brattle box office! Tickets for select events on sale now—stay tuned to the Brattle’s Facebook and Twitter for updates & announcements. (Friday 2/17/17)

The Brattle’s early spring 2017 film & event schedule will arrive soon—stay tuned on Facebook and Twitter for followup announcements! Can’t wait to get your hands on a copy? Check out the online calendar or download a PDF. Tickets for select events are on sale now—see highlights after the jump…
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Auteur Cinema and Male Bravado: The Oscars in the ‘70s

Guy Maddin to Attend Boston Society of Film Critics Awards on February 19th

GUY MADDIN - by dualityphoto.com_The Boston Society of Film Critics is pleased to welcome Canadian filmmaker Guy Maddin (My Winnipeg, The Saddest Music in the World) to their Annual Awards on Sunday, February 19th. Maddin, an arthouse luminary familiar to many Boston film fans, will offer a short program of new recent work.
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Brattle Film Notes: Nostalgic Detachment and Urgent Renewal: The Oscars in the ‘60s

Cultivating Taste for Small Pleasures: ‘Amélie’

Brattle Film Notes: ‘Roman Holiday’

Brattle Film Notes for ‘Purple Rain’

Director in Person! The DocYard presents SOUTHWEST OF SALEM • February 27 at 7:00 PM

The 17th Annual Brattle Oscar Party • Sunday, February 26