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YOU CALL THIS ARCHAEOLOGY?: HARVARD PROFESSOR SCHOOLS INDIANA JONES

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“There’s definitely this ambivalence [among archaeologists] toward the character specifically, but it’s mediated a little bit by the fact that most archaeologists—at least who are in their younger-than-fifties or maybe even younger than their sixties—experienced Indiana Jones at an early age, probably before they were professional archaeologists.” Continue reading

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IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE: BEHIND THE SCENES WITH BOSTON’S FILM PROGRAMMERS

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As it turns out, there’s an art and a business behind film curation—selecting what plays when, acquiring prints in a preferred format, publicizing screenings, and attracting the right audiences for unique movie nights you won’t find at suburban cinemas. Continue reading

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BIG SCREEN CLASSICS: SOME LIKE IT HOT

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If you ask us, the best way to honor Marilyn’s legacy is to leave her troubled personal life alone and take in what she left us: her body of work.

This is the first in a series soon to be featured on DigBoston.com, making the case for seeing your favorite films on the silver screen. Continue reading