There's barely enough free film over the next two weeks to fill up one listing, let alone two, so I'm opting to combine the schedule with no update next week.
Check out next Sunday's Harvard Film Archive Christmas Show. Should be fun.
Check out my Twitter feed (@bostonfreefilms) for any updates.
This week's highlights:
* The BPL Copley Square Family Movie Sunday screens "Open Season 3" today.
* The Goethe-Institut Boston will screen "Mother Hulda" this morning.
* The BPL Copley Square Monday Night Film Series continues with "Christmas Carol" (2009).
* The BPL South Boston Man of Menace Film Series continues with "The Hoodlum" on Tuesday afternoon.
* The Brookline Putterham Wednesday Midday Movie is "The Five-Year Engagement". "Rock of Ages" is next week's movie.
* The BPL North End will show "The Men Who Stare at Goats" on Wednesday as part of a series of comedy films.
* The Lucy Parsons Center Radical Film Night on Wednesday is "Salt of the Earth". No movie has been announced for Boxing Day as of now.
* Thursday afternoon's Coolidge Corner Library Senior Cinema will show "Christmas in Connecticut" this week and "Holiday" next.
* The BPL Copley Square Never Too Late group will screen "The Family Stone" on Thursday afternoon. They will screen "The Apartment" after Christmas.
* On Thursday, MIT will screen short films as part of the In the Holocene Exhibition.
* The BPL South Boston Dangerous to Know Film Series continues on Thursdays with "Sudden Fear" and "Torch Song" respectively.
* Watertown Public Conversation Project Movie Night will screen "Monsieur Lazhar" on Thursday. RSVP requested.
* The Rule 19 monthly screening on Thursday is "Our Daily Bread".
* BPL South End Noir Film Series picks back up with "Angel Face" on Friday and "Illegal" next week.
* Harvard Film Archive hosts its 4th Annual Vintage Christmas Show on next Sunday afternoon with clips and shorts.
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Here are the highlights of free films for the next week from the Boston area. Please let me know of changes, additions and new sources of films. I am always looking for new free cinema.
Check for last minute changes or contact the organizers to make sure events are still happening.
For directions, try these sites:
MIT: Campus Map
Harvard: Campus Map
Tufts: Campus Map
BU: Campus Map
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