May is in full bloom. Starting just this week there is the LGBT Festival, screenings of three silent classics with live accompaniment, the beginning of the Harvard New American Black Cinema Series, and two Boston Jewish Film Festival encores.
April is a cornucopia of festivals and screenings, several of which feature speakers and are free. The month is capped off with the region’s top celebration of cinema, The Independent Film Festival of Boston.
This unique and carefully constructed impressionistic narrative encourages viewers to free-associate, assess, and imagine the romantic relationship through the filter of their own memories and experiences.
Few events draw more prognosticators than the Oscars, and the Arts Fuse movie critics join in on the universal guessing game. The trio agree on one thing: the field this year is rich with worthy and fascinating nominees.
February is a rich month for film-lovers, filled with screenings of alternative movies and film festivals. There are classics, documentaries, genre films, science fiction, appearances by filmmakers, and cinema from around the world.
Broken City covers familiar territory, but this time it’s Marky-Mark to the rescue and he brings a gruff and troubled groundedness to the role of a man on a mission to find out The Truth in a corrupt world.