By: Jay's Movie Blog


Hey, director Paul Solet! (with the Brattle's Ned Hinkle on the left) Solet is from Cambridge, which probably helped his film get booked at the Brattle and encouraged him to show up for a Q&A on opening night. It's a short run - ending Sunda...

This Week in Tickets: 27 January 2020 - 2 February 2020

By: Jay's Movie Blog


I hate the reason that it happened, but I would have run myself completely ragged going to movies if the Lunar New Year Movies hadn't all been cancelled/postponed. It's fairly rare for me to run the table for a series at the Brattle these days, a...

Short Stuff: The 2019 Oscar-Nominated Documentary Shorts

By: Jay's Movie Blog


This is the first year that a local theater has shown the year's documentary shorts as a single block, rather than broken into two, for which I'm grateful: Aside from being a bit easier to schedule with so little time between the short film packages...


By: Jay's Movie Blog


That's two movies about modern dance and choreography, a subject I know remarkably little about but was drawn to because I do really like 3D movies and want to encourage theaters to play unconventional movies in 3D and continue to release them on 3D...

Shortlisted Oscar Docs: Honeyland, Aquarela, The Great Hack, and Apollo 11

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For the second year in a row, the Oscar-shortlisted documentary features sneaked their way into AMC Boston Common for five bucks a show, which means you can do this without much pinch, even saving Stubs A-List spots for other things later in the week...

This Week in Tickets: 30 December 2019 - 5 January 2020

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Seven discs of unwatched movies arrived from Hong Kong, four movies from Hong Kong watched. This closely resembles progress in the Seaver apartment. There was also one disc of a movie I've already seen, Karaoke Terror, purchased under the "try...

This Week in Tickets: 16 December 2019 - 22 December 2019

By: Jay's Movie Blog


All that blank space? Totally going out to get presents for others, not just making my way through the new season of The Expanse at all. Still, The Expanse is pretty great, isn't it? I"ve been trying to make it last by just watching one ev...

Martin Scorsese Directing 1970s Music Documentary



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These Weeks in Tickets: 28 October 2019 - 17 November 2019

By: Jay's Movie Blog


A couple busy weeks and I fall behind like crazy. But they're fun, crazy weeks. Halloween week was a fun one because I got to bounce around a bunch of different venues for unusual shows. Monday (the 28th), for instance, Emerson's Films fr...

IFFBoston 2019.194: The Kingmaker

By: Jay's Movie Blog


One of the things that's a bit of a bummer about the Fall Focus compared to the spring festival is the relative paucity of guests; it's scheduled as if they might need a fair amount of time between shows, but there's seldom anyone on the stage fillin...

IFFBoston 2019.04: We Are Not Princesses, Ms. Purple, When Lambs Become Lions, and In Fabric

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Sometimes, when planning a festival, you look at a day and maybe think that you're not sure anything in it really grabs you until you see that Ms. Purple is by the guy who did a movie you loved a couple years back, and then that slot's sorted. Then...

This Week in Tickets: 9 September 2019 - 15 September 2019

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Let us observe a brief moment of silence for MoviePass, which sputtered and hung on for far longer than was expected (or dignified). Even with the last year or so when I could almost never find a way to use it despite the regular $10/month charge ta...


By: Jay's Movie Blog


I have a couple of Russian co-workers, and I should probably ask them how popular and well-remembered Revan "Rezo" Gabriadze and his films still are. Probably not well-known as a filmmaker - or maybe writers get remembered more in Russia -...

IFFBoston 2019.03: Pizza: A Love Story and Not for Resale

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Both Thursday and Friday wound up being loosely-themed double features for me, though Nancy and the rest of the Festival team don't necessarily plan it that way (I did have to get on the T between Them That Follow and The Death of Dick Long for my &q...

IFFBoston 2019.05: One Child Nation, The Pollinators, Cold Case Hammarskjöld, and For the BIrds

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Sunday at IFFBoston wasn't quite planned as a documentary day but wound up that way once the overlapping showtimes, need to get back and forth on the subway (though I think this was the first year in a long time when the MBTA didn't have the Red Line...

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