Fan favorite Sherlock Holmes has returned alongside one Charlotte Dupin to puzzle through this year’s mysteries. The Murders in the Rue Morgue In this adaptation with a gender-swapped lead, Charlotte Dupin and her friend Edelle find themselves at the scene of a gruesome murder. Who could possibly have done this, and for what motive? A […]
For the past week, theaters and event spaces throughout Greater Boston have been sharing oft-overlooked on-screen perspectives thanks to the 2017 ReelAbilities Film Festival. Hoping to highlight diverse voices from the differently abled, organizers debuted ReelAbilities in New York City in 2007. The festival has grown over the last decade, and now, many major cities—from Pittsburgh to Portland to […]
Seeing green? Good, because St. Patrick’s Day is here! There is no shortage of ways to celebrate this Friday—whether you’re Irish or not. We’ve rounded up festivities around the ‘Ville. Aeronaut Brewery is stretching the celebration out over two days—and for a good cause! They’re fundraising for the Irish International Immigrant Center with Irish music, dancing, theater, […]
The Boston Sci-Fi Film Festival and Marathon has been a home for weird, wonderful, campy and creative flicks since long before binge-watching was a household term.
Somerville is one of the most creative communities around, so you know the A&E Scout’s Honored winners each year are among the most talented people anywhere. Read on to learn about our readers’ 2016 choices for best venue, visual artist and more.
What should you see at this year’s Independent Film Festival of Boston? The answer is everything, but with venues all over town each showing such equally deserving films at once, that is the least helpful way to look at things.The two questions you should be asking instead are: What do I have to see, and what […]
The auteur theory holds that though producing a film is a collaborative process between many creative and technical minds, the resulting work is ultimately the vision of the director who is therefore the film’s primary “author.” Every year since 2002, the team behind the Boston Cinema Census takes this one step further by showcasing films […]
The 48 Hour Film Project is based on a truly insane idea with a delightfully manic outcome. The challenge: participants must create a film of no fewer than four minutes and no greater than seven that is entirely conceived, written, filmed, edited and delivered over the course of a weekend, from Friday to Sunday night. All entrants […]
Music, movies and more in this weekend’s Scout Picks.
Somerville’s bars and restaurants are so excited for Saint Patrick’s Day that they’ve decided to celebrate almost a whole week before… and a few days after, too. The ever-popular festival of Irish pride is celebrated—as always—on March 17, but local favorites like Olde Magoun’s Saloon and Brass Union have decided to get their green on the weekend […]
Friday, 3/6 Joan Osborne 7 p.m. (doors at 5:30), $55 Johnny D’s 17 Holland St. This 12-song set is “one of the most personally motivated, creatively ambitious efforts” of her career. This performance is part of Johnny D’s Women of Influence Series that’s meant to celebrate and support women musicians in partnership with Girls Rock […]
Friday, 2/27 Visualize Somerville 8 p.m., $25 (free for members) Brooklyn Boulders 12A Tyler St. Fed up with staring at the same rock wall? Visualize Somerville, using a system of projection systems, will turn the climbing walls at Brooklyn Boulders into waterfalls, mountain peaks and lava flows. Escape to the outdoors, inside. We Dig Free […]