screenings for March 30 – April 5

Editor’s Note: A number of the screenings at our regular theaters this week 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:

17th Annual Boston Turkish Film Festival (March 22-April 8, MFA)
“Wicked Queer”: 34th Annual Boston LGBT Film Festival (March 29-April 8 at the Brattle and at the MFA, and the Paramount Center)

Friday, March 30

Hill of Freedom (Hong Sangsoo, 2014)
7:00pm, Harvard Film Archive, digital

M (Fritz Lang, 1931)
8:00pm, The Video Underground

The American Friend (Wim Wenders, 1977)
preceded by Same Player Shoots Again (Wenders, 1968)
8:30pm, Harvard Film Archive, digital

Re-Animator (Stuart Gordon, 1985)
midnight, Coolidge Corner Theatre

Saturday, March 31

Purge This Land (Lee Anne Schmitt, 2017)
7:00pm, Harvard Film Archive, digital

The Evil Dead (Sam Raimi, 1981)
midnight, Coolidge Corner Theatre

Sunday, April 1

Our Sunhi (Hong Sangsoo, 2013)
7:00pm, Harvard Film Archive, digital

Monday, April 2

Wim Wenders lecture: “The Visible and the Invisible”
4:00pm, Harvard Film Archive

On The Beach at Night Alone (Hong Sangsoo, 2017)
7:00pm, Harvard Film Archive, digital

Laurel & Hardy two-reelers presented by the Boston Brats
7:45pm, Union Church in Waban

Tuesday, April 3

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women (Angela Robinson, 2017)
7:00pm, Emerson College

Wednesday, April 4
Get Out
(Jordan Peele, 2017)
7:00pm, Coolidge Corner Theatre
Featuring a panel discussion on race and micro-aggressions led by Dr. Raul Fernandez, Patricia Wen, Michael Martin, and Rebecca Comage.

Thursday, April 5

Speedy (Ted Wilde, 1928)
7:00pm, Coolidge Corner Theatre
live accompaniment by Marty Marks

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