Film


SPRING SCREENING: LGBT Film Festival

As recognition for same-sex partnerships spreads across the US and parts of the world, so too do “religious freedom” laws that are simply discrimination by another name. While trans voices and figures gain unprecedented visibility in a variety of mediums, the insultingly ignorant barrage of invasive questions are never far away. And with so many nations passing draconian […]


SPRING SCREENING: Boston Underground Film Festival

For 17 years, the Boston Underground Film Festival has been leveling the cinematic playing field for filmmakers of all echelons. Crowdfunded DIY passion projects appear alongside films featuring Hollywood stars, music videos are showcased as artistic statements instead of promotional tools, and content of wildly different maturity levels—from sex and violence to family-friendly Saturday morning […]


SPRING SCREENING: Godard’s Goodbye to Language at Kendall Square Cinema

This Friday, Jean-Luc Godard’s 3D film essay Goodbye to Language comes to Cambridge’s own Kendall Square Cinema, the culmination of one of the most confusing and frustrating release strategies in recent memory. Despite winning several prestigious critical awards and playing to sold-out crowds in New York (and New York alone), moviegoers in markets across the […]