Saturday, January 19, 2019

January 19, 9:30am - 12:00pm
A carefully planned series of exercises will introduce the beginner to the following elements of .....
January 19, 11:00am
Description Josh will be reading and signing "Mission Defrostable"
January 19, 12:00pm
Kieran Jordan; Tune Writers 'In the Round' with Liz Carroll, Yann Falquet, and Elias Alexander; Hornipalooza; Ship in the Clouds; Pumpkin Bread; Celtic Roots; Elizabeth and Ben Anderson; Leland Martin; Scottish Fish.
January 19, 1:30pm
Having been hailed as one of the best films of 2018 in publications like Film Comment, The New York Times, and The New Yorker, the Brattle is excited to host this premiere run of RaMell Ross’s remarkable feature debut. Ross immerses the viewer in the lives of protagonists Daniel and Quincy where quotidian moments and the surrounding southern landscape are given equal importance, drawing poetic comparisons between historical symbols and the African American banal. Images are woven together to replace narrative arc with visual movements. As Ross crafts an inspired tapestry made up of time, the human soul, history, environmental wonder, sociology, and cosmic phenomena, an aesthetic framework emerges that offers a new way of seeing and experiencing the heat, and the hearts of people in the Black Belt region of the U.S., as well as far beyond. Composed of intimate and unencumbered moments of people in a community, HALE COUNTY THIS MORNING, THIS EVENING allows the viewer an emotive impression of the Historic South – trumpeting the beauty of life and consequences of the social construction of race, while simultaneously a testament to dreaming – despite the odds.
January 19, 2:00pm
In Shakespeare’s most intimate tragedy, director Bill Rauch (All the Way, Fingersmith) explores society’s polarizing struggles......
January 19, 2:00pm
Sixteen-year-old Olivia hasn’t seen her mother Beatriz in years, but—surprise!—mom just showed up in the middle of the night, with a ...
January 19, 2:00pm
Othello
January 19, 3:30pm
Having been hailed as one of the best films of 2018 in publications like Film Comment, The New York Times, and The New Yorker, the Brattle is excited to host this premiere run of RaMell Ross’s remarkable feature debut. Ross immerses the viewer in the lives of protagonists Daniel and Quincy where quotidian moments and the surrounding southern landscape are given equal importance, drawing poetic comparisons between historical symbols and the African American banal. Images are woven together to replace narrative arc with visual movements. As Ross crafts an inspired tapestry made up of time, the human soul, history, environmental wonder, sociology, and cosmic phenomena, an aesthetic framework emerges that offers a new way of seeing and experiencing the heat, and the hearts of people in the Black Belt region of the U.S., as well as far beyond. Composed of intimate and unencumbered moments of people in a community, HALE COUNTY THIS MORNING, THIS EVENING allows the viewer an emotive impression of the Historic South – trumpeting the beauty of life and consequences of the social construction of race, while simultaneously a testament to dreaming – despite the odds.
January 19, 5:30pm
Having been hailed as one of the best films of 2018 in publications like Film Comment, The New York Times, and The New Yorker, the Brattle is excited to host this premiere run of RaMell Ross’s remarkable feature debut. Ross immerses the viewer in the lives of protagonists Daniel and Quincy where quotidian moments and the surrounding southern landscape are given equal importance, drawing poetic comparisons between historical symbols and the African American banal. Images are woven together to replace narrative arc with visual movements. As Ross crafts an inspired tapestry made up of time, the human soul, history, environmental wonder, sociology, and cosmic phenomena, an aesthetic framework emerges that offers a new way of seeing and experiencing the heat, and the hearts of people in the Black Belt region of the U.S., as well as far beyond. Composed of intimate and unencumbered moments of people in a community, HALE COUNTY THIS MORNING, THIS EVENING allows the viewer an emotive impression of the Historic South – trumpeting the beauty of life and consequences of the social construction of race, while simultaneously a testament to dreaming – despite the odds.
January 19, 7:00pm
Sixteen-year-old Olivia hasn’t seen her mother Beatriz in years, but—surprise!—mom just showed up in the middle of the night, with a ...
January 19, 7:30pm
In Shakespeare’s most intimate tragedy, director Bill Rauch (All the Way, Fingersmith) explores society’s polarizing struggles......
January 19, 7:30pm
Having been hailed as one of the best films of 2018 in publications like Film Comment, The New York Times, and The New Yorker, the Brattle is excited to host this premiere run of RaMell Ross’s remarkable feature debut. Ross immerses the viewer in the lives of protagonists Daniel and Quincy where quotidian moments and the surrounding southern landscape are given equal importance, drawing poetic comparisons between historical symbols and the African American banal. Images are woven together to replace narrative arc with visual movements. As Ross crafts an inspired tapestry made up of time, the human soul, history, environmental wonder, sociology, and cosmic phenomena, an aesthetic framework emerges that offers a new way of seeing and experiencing the heat, and the hearts of people in the Black Belt region of the U.S., as well as far beyond. Composed of intimate and unencumbered moments of people in a community, HALE COUNTY THIS MORNING, THIS EVENING allows the viewer an emotive impression of the Historic South – trumpeting the beauty of life and consequences of the social construction of race, while simultaneously a testament to dreaming – despite the odds.
January 19, 7:30pm
Othello
January 19, 8:00pm
The Scarlet Ibis – Boston Opera Collaborative
January 19, 9:00pm
Originating from Mozambique Albino Mbie has studied music in the U.S. The result is a wonderful melding of strong...
January 19, 9:30pm
The surprise cult hit of 2018 returns! A typically unhinged Nicolas Cage stars as Red, a peaceful lumberjack who his driven to a rampage of bloody, surreal vengeance when his girlfriend, Mandy (Riseborough) is kidnapped by a nightmarish hippie cult. Set in the 1980s, the newest film from cult mastermind Panos Cosmatos (Beyond the Black Rainbow) is decidedly not for everyone but if you like to experience cinema from the brink of insanity, then MANDY is the picture for you!
January 19, 10:30pm
Tony Award-winner Diane Paulus's celebrated smash hit The Donkey Show, brings you the ultimate disco experience...