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Since 1933, the Coolidge Corner Theatre has been showing the best classic, foreign, indie, & midnight cult films.

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Director Sam Pollard and MA State Rep. Nika Elugardo joined us for a livestreamed PANORAMA discussion, moderated by Bernard Greene, chair of Brookline Select Board and chair of the Brookline MLK Celebration Committee. Co-presented by IFC Films and the Brookline MLK Celebration Committee.

Director Shatara Michelle Ford and stars Brittany S. Hall & Will Brill joined us for a virtual Q&A moderated by Ira Madison III.

Opened in our Virtual Screening Room on Friday, February 19: coolidge.org/virtual

Through our Virtual Screening Room, you can rent films curated by the Coolidge team, while helping to support the Coolidge during this unprecedented time.

Opened in our Virtual Screening Room on Friday, February 19: coolidge.org/virtual

Through our Virtual Screening Room, you can rent films curated by the Coolidge team, while helping to support the Coolidge during this unprecedented time.

Liked reviews

Based on the best-selling book by Naoki Higashida, later translated into English by author David Mitchell (Cloud Atlas), The Reason I Jump is an immersive cinematic exploration of neurodiversity through the experiences of nonspeaking autistic people from around the world. The film blends Higashida's revelatory insights into autism, written when he was just 13, with intimate portraits of five remarkable young people. It opens a window for audiences into an intense and overwhelming, but often joyful, sensory universe.

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I'm grateful for the Coolidge and happy I can watch this in their virtual screening room!

I'm grateful for my friends!

I'm grateful for stories like this!

There is no sex in Georgian dance.

I recommend reading up on the lengths they went to just to make this film. it's inspiring to know how many people were a part of it and yet couldn't share their names out of fear. THE CHOREOGRAPHER is still anonymous and it's hard to wrap your head around that. This individual poured their SOUL into this dance and won't get any credit. cinema is a powerful art form and the fact that…

Heavily underrated Scorsese picture. Easily in my top five, criminally overlooked.

Each viewing packs a punch. It is such a heavy concept and that ending leaves you filled with dread. It’s so effective in its mystery and genuine detective jargon. DiCaprio knocks it out of the park, forever haunted by that ash filled scene.

A man with his world set ablaze as he holds onto it like water in his hands. Incapable of doing anything else but watching himself lose…