Author Archives: JESSE SCHWARTZ

Film 

TEA PARTY ON SCREEN AT BRATTLE

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” I think for most liberals, the film is kind of a welcome opportunity for them to sort of stick their toe in the other side of the aisle.” Continue reading

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REEL TALK: SENSITIVE NAZIS

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Kadelbach’s work has also drawn international controversy for sympathizing with these young characters who, despite their growing distaste for Nazi oppression, are pretty much still, you know, Nazis. Continue reading

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REEL TALK: THE BODIES AND SOULS OF ROBERT ROSSEN @ HARVARD FILM ARCHIVE

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“He was constantly saying that these margins, these fringe characters, are actually at the center of what’s important in this country.” Continue reading

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REEL TALK: BOSTON WINTER FILM FESTIVAL

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The BWFF promises to bring us the gnarliest, most visually inventive ski and snowboard videos made this year from around the world. Continue reading

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IT’S TIME FOR ADVENTURE TIME: AN EVENING WITH SHELL PAROLINE & BRADEN LAMB

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On Thursday, September 26th, the Brattle will host an Adventure Time marathon in honor of MICE and the 20th issue of the Lambs’ comic series. Continue reading

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FILM: THE DOCYARD @ BRATTLE THEATRE

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From inmate artists to environmental pornographers. Continue reading

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ART HOUSED: STUCK

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Active humanitarian Craig Juntunen has brought the issue of third world adoption out of People Magazine and onto the big screen with the indie doc STUCK. Continue reading

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FILM: AN ARGUMENT FOR WATCHING LOCALLY

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Like indie record stores, local breweries, and all the moms and pops in between, it is generally understood that local independent movie theaters are cool. Still, it’s important to remember just why.
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FILM: BIG SCREEN CLASSICS @ COOLIDGE CORNER THEATRE

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Starting now, you can see some of the most timeless American films just as they once premiered: before a live audience, on the big screen, and most of them in 35mm film. Continue reading