A romp in and around a centuries-old Italian convent, acting out a 14th-century story using contemporary American idiom and attitude.
In Trouble in Paradise, Lubitsch makes us feel complicit in the best of ways; he makes us feel clever.
The Complete Jean Renoir — a definitive retrospective of films by the greatest of all directors.
Director Asghar Farhadi’s most stringent judgments generally fall upon members of his own sophisticated, worldly cohort.
Reviews of a trio of films at the Boston Jewish Film Festival.
Mamoulian’s Applause is an opportunity to experience the first leg of the director’s ascent on his Hollywood roller coaster.
Digging Up Mother: A Love Story is Doug Stanhope’s disarmingly funny, unexpectedly sweet memoir.
A rare opportunity to see — on the big screen — a film starring Boston-born silent comedian Raymond Griffith, a master of the debonair pratfall.
Varieté will be the tenth score composed by a Sheldon Mirowitz class and played by the Berklee Silent Film Orchestra.
Given its its male-weepy genre, the “inspirational sports movie based on a true story,” Million Dollar Arm is surprisingly enjoyable.