Haden Guest is the director of the Harvard Film Archive, as well as the senior lecturer on art, film, and visual studies at the university. He recently curated and organized “The ...
“19th Annual Halloween Horror Marathon”
Saturday, Oct. 26. 11:59pm. Coolidge Corner Theatre. Seven films projected via 35mm. $25-30.
The Coolidge Corner Theatre’s “Halloween Horror Marathon” has operated by the same general methodology since Mark Anastasio, ... read more
Returning to the material which produced The Devil’s Rejects (2005), Rob Zombie resurrects his most cherished characters in 3 From Hell (2019)—and in reanimating them, undoes nearly everything the prior film accomplished. Opening with a strong expository prologue filmed in the ... read more
Certain nonfiction and experimental cinema forebears were quite present during the 2019 iteration of the Camden International Film Festival, which exhibited numerous films that were far more than mere tributes to their predecessors but proudly wore citations on their ... read more
Caballerango (2018) played as part of this year’s Camden International Film Festival, which took place from September 12-15, 2019. It will play as part of the Boston Latino International Film Festival tonight, September 27, at the Emerson Paramount Center.
At the ... read more
One of the many people interviewed in Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert’s film The Last Truck: Closing of a GM Plant (2009) is Popeye, a toolmaker, who after one of his last days of ... read more
In a review of the standout William Castle film When Strangers Marry (1944) first published on December 4, 1944, the legendary critic Manny Farber quite favorably compared that particular ... read more
Official Secrets (2019), co-written and directed by Gavin Hood, is adapted from the nonfiction book The Spy Who Tried to Stop a War: Katharine Gun and the Secret Plot to Sanction ... read more