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Boston Movies: Pushing The Elephant, Los Olvidados, The Friends Of Eddie Coyle, Crab Trap Or El Vuelco Del Cangrejo, The Joy

Boston Cares, the largest volunteer center in New England, is presenting to Bostonians Pushing The Elephant, a documentary film. The movie is screening for free at 287 Columbus Avenue, and it is a story of arts, culture, community, immigrants & refugees. The show is scheduled on March 15th from 6:30pm to 8:30pm.
Los Olvidados by Luis Buñuel, a Mexican film made in 1950, is an unrelenting projection of the lives of abandoned children in Mexico’s slums. The movie focuses on the reflection of the social evils. The screening is on 24th February from 4:00pm to 5:30pm in the Remis Auditorium of The Museum Of Fine Arts.
The Friends of Eddie Coyle made by Peter Yates in 1973 was a intriguing movie starring Robert Mitchum. The protagonist of the story Eddie Coyle becomes an informant to the police to escape a life prison sentence. Watch the movie screening as a part of Cinema And The City by the Museum Of Fine Arts on 25th February at 6:15pm at Remis Auditorium.
Crab Trap or El vuelco del cangrejo, made by Oscar Ruiz Navia, a Spanish movie of 2009, is being screened at Museum Of Fine Arts as a part of New Latin American Cinema. Oscar Ruiz Navia uses non-actors and a haunting scenery and sound to project a poetic feel. The movie is scheduled to be presented at Alfond Auditorium on 2nd March at 8:00pm in Spanish with subtitles.
Another movie being presented at Alfond Auditorium, Museum Of Fine Arts as a part of the New Latin American Cinema is The Joy. The movie is made by Felipe Braganca and Marina Meliande, speaking about the fairy-tale of love and courage. The movie is listed for screening on 2nd March at 5:45pm running through 7:30pm.

Boston Movies: Casablanca (1942), Manoel De Oliveira, The Strange Case Of Angelica, The DocYard, Remis Auditorium, All The President’s Men

The Brattle Theater at Harvard Square is screening the evergreen flick, Casablanca (1942), as a treat for Bostonians this Valentine’s Day Eve. The film directed by Michael Curtiz, is going to be presented on 13th and 14th February at Brattle Theater. The movie plays on these two days at 4:15pm, 7:00pm and 9:45 pm.

The latest movie by the grand Portuguese film maker, Manoel de Oliveira, The Strange Case of Angelica, is going to be presented at the Brattle Theater from 11th to 17th February. The shows are scheduled at 3:30pm, 5:30pm, 7:30pm and 9:30 pm during this period. The movie is about a young photographer who falls in love with a woman whom he cannot even dream of having.

The DocYard, an annual documentary film festival conducted at Brattle Theater, is presenting its next masterpiece called Secrecy, on 15th February, Tuesday, at 7:00pm. Directed by Peter Gallison and Robb Moss, this documentary speaks about the vast, invisible world of government secrecy, reevaluates the government’s policies to put information hidden in the interest of public safety.

The Museum Of Fine Arts, Huntington Avenue, is screening presenting Three Films By Rudy Burckhardt, a continuous screening of Burckhardt’s short films, each of them speaking of New York in a different way. Be there at Remis Auditorium on 12th February at 4:00pm to enjoy this maestro’s artistry.

All The President’s Men, a classic movie made by Alan J. Pakula in 1976, is being presented at the Museum of Fine Arts, Huntington Avenue, on 11th February, Thursday. The movie revolves around the suspicion of two reporters regarding the presidential staff’s connection to a burglary which they report. Remis Auditorium is screening this movie at 4:40pm through 7:00pm.

Boston Festival Of Films From Iran, Phil Spector, Mysteries Of The Great Lakes

The Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Huntington Avenue, is hosting The Boston Festival Of Films From Iran on 28th and 29th January. The movie There Are Things You Don’t Know by Fardin Saheb Zamani is being screened there at 8:00pm on 28th January and at 1:00pm on 29th January. The story revolves around the life of Ali, a cabdriver, and the turn of events in his life.

The Boston Festival Of Films From Iran is also featuring another famous film from Iran called The White Meadows. Made by Mohammad Rasoulof, this movie challenges the existing ideologies of the Iranian society. This movie is scheduled to be screened on 29th January at 3:00pm.

The Museum of Fine Arts in Huntington Avenue is screening a 1hour and 44 minute documentary portraying the life and work of the music produces, Phil Spector. The movie is played at 8:00pm on 26th January.

Boston Museum of Science, at Science Park, is featuring a documentary called Mysteries Of The Great Lakes, based on the facts of the Great Lakes region. It is screened this entire week at 12:00pm, 3:00pm and 5:00pm. ‘Whales’ is another documentary made by David Clark III being exhibited by Boston Museum of Science at 10:00am this week.

Find out about Nenette, the orangutan, in a documentary made by Nicolas Philibert called Nenette. This film is being features at Kendall Square Cinema at 1:30pm, 3:55pm, 7:00pm and 9:10pm. Nenette, born in the jungles of Borneo, goes about her daily business while the documentary progresses.