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Beethoven as inspiration; dogs as art; babies as burdens

“Moonlight Sonata: Deafness in Three Movements”; “Well Groomed”; “To Kid or Not to Kid”

MOVIE REVIEW

A different sort of papal conclave in ‘The Two Popes’

Jonathan Pryce, as the future Pope Francis, and Anthony Hopkins, as Pope Benedict, are very good in this overlong imagining of the two men shortly before Benedict announced his retirement.

Ty Burr talks with Jane Fonda about ‘An Evening with Jane Fonda’

The two-time Oscar winner will discuss her 'Storied Career,' and answer questions from the audience, at the Chevalier Theatre in Medford Square Dec. 11.

MOVIES

Movie events and special screenings coming soon to Boston

The movie week ahead in and around the city

The first trailer for the new James Bond movie just dropped

The first official trailer for the new James Bond movie, “No Time To Die,” was released Wednesday, with an action-packed 2-and-a-half minutes.

STREAMING REVIEW

Bewitching and masterful, ‘Atlantics’ is unlike any film you’ve ever seen

The Grand Jury Prize-winner at Cannes in May isn’t getting a Boston theatrical release but instead is available on Netflix.

MOVIE REVIEW

‘Aeronauts’ reunites Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones — in a balloon, no less

“The Theory of Everything” costars play a scientist (real) and a balloonist (invented) who in 1862 break the world altitude record.

MOVIE REVIEW

Agnès Varda: least noticed then, most celebrated now

“Varda by Agnès,” the last completed film by the French New Wave’s lone woman, is a wise, somewhat rambling career summary, delivered as an affectionate lecture on how to simultaneously make movies and live life.