EDITOR’S PICKS | 8.29.2016–9.4.2016

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40 Brattle St., Havard Square, Cambridge

75 Years of Film Noir, Part 6: Femmes Fatale Double Feature (DCP)
Mon 8.29 | Leave Her to Heaven, 7pm| Gone Girl, 4pm, 9:15pm
Tue 8.30 | Leave Her to Heaven, 2:45pm, 8pm | Gone Girl, 5pm

Under the Influence Double Feature (35mm)
Wed 8.31 | The Hateful Eight, 6:30pm | Cut-Throats Nine, 4:30pm, 9:45pm

Kids International: A GKids Retrospective Double Feature (DCP)
Thu 9.1 | Kiki’s Delivery Service, 2:45pm, 7pm | My Neighbor Totoro, 5pm, 9:15pm
Sat 9.3 | My Neighbor Totoro, 12pm | Kiki’s Delivery Service, 2pm

Special Engagements double feature (DCP)
Fri 9.2 thru Mon 9.5 | Dazed And Confused w/ Everybody Wants Some!!

290 Harvard St., Coolidge Corner, Brookline

Big Screen Classics
Mon 8.29 7pm | Alien

Theatre at the Cinema
Thu 9.1 7pm | Romeo and Juliet (dir. Kenneth Branagh)

Coolidge After Midnite
Fri 9.2 midnight | Pink Flamingos (35mm)
Sat 9.3 midnight | Freaks (35mm)

New Releases (follow links for showtimes)
Florence Foster Jenkins | Don’t Think Twice | Hell or High Water | Southside With You

465 Huntington Ave., Boston

Foreign Films at MFA
Thu 8.25 thru Sun 9.4 | Kamikaze ’89 (West Germany)
Fri 8.26 thru Wed 9.7 | The Other Side (France/Italy)
Thu 9.1 thru Wed 9.10 | Eva Hesse (Germany/USA/UK)

55 Davis Square, Somerville

New Releases (follow links for showtimes)
Star Trek Beyond | Jason Bourne | Suicide Squad | Sausage Party | War Dogs

24 Quincy St., Harvard Square, Cambridge

Rouben Mamoulian, Reconsidered (8.12 thru 9.2)
Mon 8.29 7pm | High, Wide and Handsome (35mm)
Fri 9.2 | Blood and Sand, 7pm (DCP) | Song of Songs, 9:30pm (35mm)

Night Train All-Night Marathon (all 35mm)
Fri 9.3 starting 7pm | Twentieth Century (Howard Hawks), Night Train to Munich (Carol Reed), The Narrow Margin (Richard Fleischer), Nayak (Satyajit Ray), The Taking of the Pelham One Two Three (Joseph Sargent), Snowpiercer (Bong Joon-ho)

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