Mechanical as Chic!’s story is, it is rare to have this kind of French fluff put across with so much charm and vivacity.
Museum of Fine Arts
those who go for things legendarily Gallic, they are offering a real treat; two new films featuring the goddess Catherine Deneuve.
Back To Fort Scott, a compact, affecting exhibition of meticulously printed black and white photographs, is like a grainy, retro speed bump between the museum’s adjacent galleries.
Director Cristián Jiménez treats the melodramatic proceedings with an ironic sense of humor that manages to keep the maudlin at bay.
In this powerful film, writer-director Fellipe Barbosa asks a number of pointed political and social questions about traumatic transitions.
National Pride (and Prejudice) wants us to reexamine the relationship between a country’s iconic images and its not-so-reassuring realities.
Mariana Rondón’s Bad Hair is a beautifully acted film about the stultifying pressures on downtrodden lives.
Goya: Order and Disorder is likely the most important exhibition on the New England museum calendar for the coming year and then some.
Jealousy is a misleading title for this touching movie, as the characters are less jealous than forlorn when those they love move on to other loves.
Awe-striking passages of deft realism are easy to find throughout the show. Wholly satisfying paintings, resolved from edge to edge and full of convincing purpose, are not.