FILMS

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COOLIDGE COR­NER THEATRE

This build­ing was orig­i­nally a church, but was con­verted into a the­ater in 1933 and is now an Art Deco movie house—one of the top 10 art house film ex­hi­bi­tion the­aters in the coun­try—that shows pre­dom­i­nantly art and in­de­pen­dent films. Full sched­ule on­line. 290 Har­vard St., Brook­line, 617.734.2500.

LAND­MARK’S KEN­DALL SQUARE CIN­EMA

This Cam­bridge cin­ema lo­cated ad­ja­cent to his­toric Ken­dall Square, is one of Land­mark The­aters’ most suc­cess­ful venues show­ing in­de­pen­dent films, doc­u­men­taries, re­stored clas­sics, for­eign and in­die films for over a decade. Of­ten hosts lo­cal pre­mieres and film fes­ti­vals. Visit web­site for screen­ing times. 1 Ken­dall Square, Cam­bridge, 617.621.1202.

THE BRATTLE THE­ATER

Clas­sic, cut­ting-edge, for­eign and art-house films are shown at this reper­tory the­ater, where a screen­ing of the Ger­man film, “Der Haupt­mann von Köpenick,” kicked things off in 1953. Sched­ule on­line. 40 Brattle St., Cam­bridge, 617.876.6837.

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