City Hall

Today, Nov 26
  • Today, Nov 26
11:50 pm

Midnight weekend screenings happen on Friday & Saturday nights (meaning arrive on Friday and/or Saturday night by 11:45pm for seating, the movie starts after midnight)!

Director: Frederick Wiseman Run Time: 272 min. Format: Online Virtual Ticket Release Year: 2020

Starring: Marty Walsh

Screening at Row House Online from NOW SHOWING
Detail instructions on getting your film to play here

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Nonagenarian national treasure and prolific documentarian Frederick Wiseman returns with another kaleidoscopic look at the function and practice of community, policy, and civic engagement in shaping Americans’ everyday lives. This time, Wiseman trains his gaze on the inner workings of the city of Boston, taking viewers into both public and backroom discussions that can either inspire or stall municipal action. As in his other works of penetrative institutional analysis, Wiseman shows—without editorializing—a country’s steps toward inclusivity and social reform, as well as the entrenched systems that keep progress in relative check. Wiseman’s top-down approach to representing governmental function speaks to the multicultural and immigrant communities and businesses of Boston’s neighborhoods and suburbs, while also standing in for the whole of a nation constantly wrestling with its legacy and debating its future.

After your ticket purchase, you have Seven days to enjoy.

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