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Our new film series, Shared Stories, had its debut over the weekend! This month’s rendition was entitled Encore Presentations, celebrating feature length films and shorts that warranted a return to the silver screen. Let us know what you thought about the films in the comments below, either by following one of the prompts below or with whatever crosses your mind. Which film resonated with you the most?What emotion were you left with after finishing the…

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Down a Dark Stairwell is now available for on demand streaming through Sunday, FEB 07! We’re honored to bring this film to our audience and interested in the conversation this documentary sparks. We’d love to hear from you, either by responding to some of the prompts below or sharing any ideas that came to you during the performance. How did this film challenge your perceptions?What resonated with you?It’s only been seven years since the events…

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Chilean theatre makers TEATROCINEMA arrive in Boston on March 11th, delivering the heart-pulsing noir tale of Argentina’s most notorious heist, Plata Quemada (MAR 11-15). Ahead of its much anticipated arrival we’ve collated a list of reference films — each filled with unforgettable characterizations — akin to the groundbreaking, explosive narrative of Plata Quemada. Where better to begin than with Good Time, the 2017 masterpiece from the twisted, disquieted mind of visionary auteurs, the Safdie Brothers. The…

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See You Yesterday arrives in Boston May 16th and we are thrilled to welcome these Cambodian artists to our stage. In anticipation of their performance, we’ve curated several film engagements as opportunities to deepen the audience connection to See You Yesterday. These films are reflections on themes within the show, the behind the scenes look at the creation of See You Yesterday, and a celebration of Asian American Pacific Heritage Month. On Monday, May 13,…

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Next month, ArtsEmerson welcomes back Manual Cinema with The End of TV, as we witness a friendship unfold between two women. Flo, an elderly woman suffering from the onset of dementia, and Louise, a younger African-American woman recovering from economic hardship, have seemingly different life experiences. Despite their differences, both women worked at the same local factory; Flo, during World War II, and Louise, just recently laid off. This connection prompted us to look into…

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