Film Reviews and Press

Cambridge Day: “‘Tread’: They did this bulldozer owner wrong, and he’ll take out half the town to make it right”

Dig Boston: “Performance Review: ‘My First Film’ at the Brattle”

Boston Globe: “Doc Talk: From ‘Paris Is Burning’ to ‘My First Film’”

Boston Herald: “Tale of rampage doesn’t ‘Tread’ lightly”

Reviews for ‘Tread,’ Premiering February 21–23

Boston Globe: “On a rampage, ensemble, on tape, on a mission”

The ARTery: “What’s Up, Doc? A Beloved Bunny Returns To The Brattle Theatre”

Dig Boston: “Interview: Chase Whiteside”

Boston Hassle: “REVIEW: América (2018) dir. Erick Stoll and Chase Whiteside”

Cambridge Day: “For Valentine’s Day, familial love captured and tortured romances impossible to hold”

Cambridge Day: “Science Fiction Film Fest lands with its ’Thon, and see ‘Once Upon a Time’ a few more times”

Boston Hassle: “Lions Love (…and Lies) (1969) / One Hundred and One Nights (1995) dir. Agnés Varda”

Boston Hassle: “All-Day Mad Scientist Marathon @ Brattle”

Cambridge Day: “Wexler’s ‘Medium Cool’ takes us to riots of ’68, while Brattle schools us on the eclectic Varda”

Boston Herald: “Fashion + horror = strangely satisfying ‘In Fabric’”

Dear Brattle Friends,

You guys continue to humble and amaze us with your outpouring of support!

Thanks to you, we have now raised more than $35,000 from over 400 individual donors!

Thank you for helping to keep our staff paid and The Brattle alive during this scary time.

I hope that you are all feeling healthy.

As we remain closed, our preliminary goal is to raise four weeks of operating support, or $65,000, to ensure we can continue to pay all of our staff, and other overhead through April 7. As things develop, our timeline for being closed and fundraising goal may change, but our ultimate goal of re-opening The Brattle stays firm.

With your help, this goal will become a reality.

Stay healthy,

Ivy, Ned & The Brattle Theatre Team

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