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“Offers the most psychologically complex screen portrait of a Native American character in at least twenty years, probably more.” —Matt Zoller Seitz, RogerEbert.com
“Del Toro and Amalric’s concentrated performances — the former resigned and shell-shocked, the latter agitated and servile — have an anguished grandeur.” —Keith Uhlich, Time Out New York
“If you want to see one of the best performances of 2013 in a film almost no one saw (really, Oscar voters?), catch this gem at the Brattle Theatre.” —James Verniere, Boston Herald
Posted March 7, 2014
Posted March 3, 2014
If you plan to attend our 5:00 show on Wednesday, March 5, be advised that there will be street closures and parking restrictions in place between 3:30 and 6:15 due to a VIP visitor to Harvard Square.
Posted February 18, 2014
Posted February 10, 2014
We’re excited to announce new titles appearing on our March calendar—stay tuned for more announcements coming soon! Details after the jump… More »
Posted February 6, 2014
Posted February 5, 2014
Posted February 3, 2014
Our online ticketing system will undergo a system upgrade on Tuesday, February 4th. Advance tickets will be unavailable on this date, but will return on Wednesday, February 5th. We regret any inconvenience.
Posted January 28, 2014
We’re pleased to announce additional screenings of Woody Allen’s Oscar nominated BLUE JASMINE this Saturday at 1:30 and 5:30, showing in a double feature with ENOUGH SAID (3:30, 7:30) starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus and James Gandolfini. Visit the Calendar page for tickets, trailers and information.
Posted January 27, 2014
Happy 124th birthday to our home, Brattle Hall! On January 27, 1890, Brattle Hall opened to the public with a gala reception hosted by the Cambridge Social Union. Sixty-three years later, Brattle Hall was converted to a cinema by Brattle Theatre founders Cyrus Harvey, Jr. and Bryant Haliday. Read more about the Brattle’s history →