screenings for March 16 – March 22

Editor’s Note: A number of the screenings at our regular theaters this week, especially at the Brattle Theatre, are part of film festivals. Rather than repeat the work of their team, I’ll point you directly to the web page for each of the festivals, while listing screenings from outside of those festivals below. Take a look at the schedules here:
The 25th Anniversary of the Boston International Festival of Women’s Cinema (March 14-20 at the Brattle) and the 20th annual Boston Underground Film Festival (March 21-25 at the Brattle)

Friday, March 16

Under the Skin (Jonathan Glazer, 2013)
5:30pm, Museum of Fine Arts, digital

eXistenZ (David Cronenberg, 1999)
7:00pm, Harvard Film Archive, 35mm

To Die For (Gus Van Sant, 1995)
8:00pm, Museum of Fine Arts, 35mm

A Patch of Blue (Guy Green, 1965)
8:00pm, Somerville Theatre, 35mm

Sing Street (John Carney, 2016)
8:00pm, Video Underground

demonlover (Olivier Assayas, 2002)
9:00pm, Harvard Film Archive, 35mm

Critters (Stephen Herek, 1986)
midnight, Coolidge Corner Theatre

The Room (Tommy Wiseau, 2003)
midnight, Coolidge Corner Theatre

Saturday, March 17

Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? (Stanley Kramer, 1967)
2:00pm and 6:45pm, Somerville Theatre, 35mm

Revolting Rhymes (Jan Lachauer & Jakob Schuh, 2016)
3:00pm, Harvard Film Archive, digital

In the Heat of the Night (Norman Jewison, 1967)
6:45pm and 9:00pm, Somerville Theatre, 35mm

Strange Days (Kathryn Bigelow, 1995)
7:00pm, Harvard Film Archive, 35mm

Midnighters (Julius Ramsay, 2017)
midnight, Coolidge Corner Theatre

Leprechaun in the Hood (Rob Spera, 2000)
midnight, Coolidge Corner Theatre

Sunday, March 18

Dishonored (Josef von Sternberg, 1931)
1:30pm, Museum of Fine Arts, 35mm

The Lost Man (Robert Alan Arthur, 1969)
2:00pm and 7:00pm, Somerville Theatre, 35mm

Lilies of the Field (Ralph Nelson, 1963)
4:30pm and 9:30pm, Somerville Theatre, 35mm

Electric Dreams (Steve Barron, 1984)
5:00pm, Harvard Film Archive, 35mm

Level Five (Chris Marker, 1997)
7:00pm, Harvard Film Archive, digital

Monday, March 19

Personal Shopper (Olivier Assayas, 2016)
7:00pm, Harvard Film Archive

Tuesday, March 20

“Open Screen”
7:00pm, Coolidge Corner Theatre

Wednesday, March 21

Get Out (Jordan Peele, 2017)
7:00pm, Coolidge Corner Theatre

Thursday, March 22

Sideway (Tayfun Pirselimoğlu, 2017)
6:30pm, Museum of Fine Arts, digital
Opening night of 17th annual Boston Turkish Film Festival (March 22-April 8)

Corporate (Nicolas Silhol, 2017)
7:00pm, Coolidge Corner Theatre
Presented as part of Francophonie Film Festival


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