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Screening on 35mm! BABY DRIVER • Friday 10/6 – Thursday 10/12

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Film Reviews and Press

Brattle Film Notes: ‘A Bay of Blood’

Brattle Film Notes: In Memoriam of Peter Hutton

Brattle Film Notes: Spooky Action at a Distance: On the Many Benefits of Exploring Vampire Subjectivity in Jim Jarmusch’s ‘Only Lovers Left Alive’

WBUR’s The Artery: Why The Brattle Has Dubbed Tilda Swinton The ‘World’s Greatest Actress’

“Five years ago the Brattle Theatre ran a series controversially named “Nicolas Cage: Greatest American Actor,” celebrating the gloriously gonzo performances of America’s most unfairly ridiculed master thespian. (Yes, I was there almost every night.) So far there hasn’t been nearly as much dissent over the theater’s choice of a follow-up…”
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Scene Analysis: The Comedic Tilda Swinton in ‘Trainwreck’

Brattle Film Notes for ‘The Seasons in Quincy: Four Portraits of John Berger’

Intro and Q&A with Catherine Clark on ‘The Young Girls of Rochefort’

Brattle Film Notes: Scene Analysis – ‘The Beach’

Reviews for ‘Columbus’

columbus-poster-2“A portrait of a rare and beautiful connection.” – Angie Han, Slash Film

“Makes you look at the hard edges of the world a little differently.” – Jesica Kiang, The Playlist

“An assured and hypnotic debut from director Kogonada.” – Geoff Berkshire, Variety

“Visionary. Few films glow as brightly with the gemlike fire of precocious genius.” – Richard Brody, The New Yorker

“The most distinctive feature film debut I have seen in a long time.” – James Verniere, Boston Herald

“The filmmaking choices here exhibit a bone-deep understanding of visual storytelling that’s remarkable for a first-timer.” – Sean Burns, The Artery
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Reviews for ‘In Transit’

in-transit-poster-1“What a glorious, perfect conclusion to a remarkable career.” – Jason Bailey, Flavorwire

“Maysles and his collaborators capture ‘the rhythm of the tracks’ in their film. It is a machine that generates empathy.” – Sheila O’Malley,

“Themes of escape, transformation and ‘finding yourself’ form a common thread through the stories, whether it’s running toward something or away from it, and show that everyone has a tale to tell if you just ask.” – Jason Newman, Rolling Stone
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Special Event: DISORDER – THE RARE DISEASES FILM FESTIVAL • Tuesday, October 3

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