Harvard Film Archive Cinematheque
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Harvard Film Archive Cinematheque information
Lonely Planet review
Four nights a week, the Cinematheque presents retrospectives of distinguished actors, screenings of rare films, thematic groupings and special events featuring the filmmakers themselves. The screenings – which often sell out – take place at the 200-seat theater in the esteemed Carpenter Center (designed by Le Corbusier). Tickets go on sale 45 minutes ahead of show times.