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Afternoon

Strangers on a Train at the Brattle Theatre

March 7 @ 12:00 pm
$9 – $10

One of the greatest ‘perfect murder’ tropes of all time – two strangers exchange crimes in an effort to misdirect discovery – comes from the Patricia Highsmith novel that Hitchcock and his collaborators adapted for this thrilling film. A foolish tennis player (Granger) meets a charming but sinister man (Walker) on a train and the […]

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Strangers on a Train at the Brattle Theatre

March 7 @ 12:00 pm
$9 – $10

One of the greatest ‘perfect murder’ tropes of all time – two strangers exchange crimes in an effort to misdirect discovery – comes from the Patricia Highsmith novel that Hitchcock and his collaborators adapted for this thrilling film. A foolish tennis player (Granger) meets a charming but sinister man (Walker) on a train and the […]

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Tschabalala Self at Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts

Tschabalala Self, the Spring 2020 Solomon Fellow in the Department of Art, Film, and Visual Studies, will be holding a free public workshop in the Carpenter Center's Level 3 painting studio. Participants will receive a short assignment in advance of the workshop, and the artist will be present to lead a discussion on the contributions. No experience is necessary and all are […]

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Blood Simple at the Brattle Theatre

March 7 @ 2:30 pm
$9 – $12

One of the most auspicious cinematic debuts of the 1980s, Joel and Ethan Coen’s BLOOD SIMPLE is a fantastic neo-noir take on the femme fatale trope. Frances McDormand plays a woman who leaves her abusive husband but soon finds herself wrapped up in murder, blackmail, and a fight for her life.

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Blood Simple at the Brattle Theatre

March 7 @ 2:30 pm
$9 – $15

One of the most auspicious cinematic debuts of the 1980s, Joel and Ethan Coen’s BLOOD SIMPLE is a fantastic neo-noir take on the femme fatale trope. Frances McDormand plays a woman who leaves her abusive husband but soon finds herself wrapped up in murder, blackmail, and a fight for her life.

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Body Heat at the Brattle Theatre

March 7 @ 4:30 pm
$9 – $13

A more straightforward take on the femme fatale, BODY HEAT casts William Hurt as smalltime Floridian lawyer, Ned Racine. When he starts an affair with the sultry Matty Walker (Turner), the young and beautiful wife of a rich businessman, Ned has no idea the murderous mess he is getting into until it is far, far […]

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Evening

Paul Rishell and Annie Raines

Paul Rishell & Annie Raines at Club Passim

March 7 @ 8:00 pm

PAUL RISHELL Paul Rishell was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1950, descended from a long line of Methodist preachers and Norwegian painters. At the age of ten, he discovered that he could keep time on the drums, though his feet didn’t reach the pedals. He started a band a few years later, playing surf […]

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Radius Ensemble: Tracing at Longy School of Music of Board College

$12 – $25

Zoltán Kodály and his close friend, Béla Bartók, shared an abiding interest in the folk music of their native Hungary, which Kodály explores in the Duo for violin and cello. A young Ludwig van Beethoven sought to make his mark on the glittering city of Vienna when he moved there to study with Haydn in […]

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Night

Big Takeover Band

Big Takeover Band At Beat Brew Hall

March 7 @ 9:00 pm

Soul-Funk-Reggae-Cool Big Takeover is a band with a huge sound. This is young explosive group of people on tour from the Hudson Valley. Reviews: “The Big Takeover channels late-night retro vibes with 'Shy.'" — Audiofemme “Tremendously catchy...The Big Takeover have delivered a retro earworm, delightful and self-assured." — Atwood Magazine

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