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Second-run movie theatre in Belmont.
"Belmont World Film presents award-winning feature films, documentaries, animation and shorts for adults and children from around the world. The annual series of events aims to bring people of all ages together, foster appreciation of the world's diversity, and stimulate discussion through the powerful universal language of film."
"Blog accompanying the book Big Screen Boston: From Mystery Street to The Departed and Beyond, by Paul Sherman--the first book about the 250 movies made in and around Greater Boston. [The book is out May 1, 2008.]"
Every November, with occasional special events at other times of year.
Explore the famous Boston Movie Mile as you visit filming hotspots from over 30 movies and TV shows. Learn behind-the-scenes trivia and insider gossip about your favorite movies such as Good Will Hunting, Cheers, The Thomas Crown Affair, Ally McBeal and more.
Find out what movies are playing where and when in the Boston area.
Harvard Square, Cambridge. A wide variety of classic, foreign, and independent films. Usually a different double feature every day.
A six-screen second-run theater.
204 Massachusetts Ave.
"The Chlotrudis Society for Independent Film is a non-profit organization that teaches people to view films actively, helps people experience the world through independent film, and encourages discussion and discourse about film and the world."
"Showing movies the way they were meant to be seen." The Boston area's only non-profit movie theater. Shows classic movies, runs movie series and midnight showings in a restored old theater.
290 Harvard St.
Public screenings of independent, rare, classic, political, and just plain esoteric films from all over the world.
Second-run multiplex in Danvers.
Narrative films, documentaries, and shorts from around the world. April 21-24, 2005, at the Museum of Fine Arts, Brattle Theatre, Coolidge Corner Theatre, and Somerville Theatre.
Fenway, Coolidge Corner, Harvard Square, Davis Square
Boston, Brookline, Cambridge, Somerville
Annual celebration of Ireland and the Irish on film. Held in April.
Reviews of new and old movies seen around the Boston area.
Kendall Square Cinema, Cambridge and Embassy Cinema, Waltham. Foreign, art, and quality Hollywood films.
Free Radical Movie Wednesdays at 7PM. They show a lot of good documentaries. Parking is almost impossible near the Lucy Parson's Center. Take the subway (Symphony stop on the Green Line).
"MassExtra2 Blog is all about being an Extra in Boston made films,what to do, and not to do as well as Casting Calls for Extra's ... My version of Mollywood."
A wide variety of independent, foreign, short, and animated films.
The Web site for emerging filmmaker Chelsea Spear, who lives, works, and makes movies in Boston.
Locally owned movie theater featuring foreign, independent, and art films. 6 screens.
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