Complex and nuanced, Breathe thankfully owes little to our current assembly line of teen angst flicks.
A fascinating documentary in which you get both a Paul Taylor dance and the making of the dance.
In A Swedish Love Story, Roy Andersson muses on the meaning of life, but for the first and last time he expresses his sense of life’s absurdity through an accessible plot line.
The overriding theme in Roy Andersson’s films is the conflict between human frailty and our delusions of control.
There is no doubt about the creativity in this mix of short films. But are they all suitable fare for eight-year-olds?
To call the American Visionary Art Museum quirky would be an understatement: therein lies its charm as well as one of the reason for its success, even in economic hard times.
Not since the closing of Boston’s Exeter Street Theatre have so many of Alex Guinness’s classic films been available to be viewed on a local big screen.
Planes, Trains, and Automobiles at the MFA is a delightful exhibition dedicated to vehicular speed, mobility, style, and joy.
This year’s Boston French Film Festival (July 10 through 27) proffers a just-about 50-50 mix of male and female directors.
Ken Schaphorst and Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts made the case for Sun Ra as an egyptologist (who claimed to be from Saturn).