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Full board of France’s Cesar film awards steps down

The move comes amid an uproar over the academy's opaque decision-making process and controversial director Roman Polanski, whose new film leads this year’s nominations.

TELEVISION

Another chance to see ‘El Camino’ — and Robert Forster

AMC, the channel that ran “Breaking Bad” in the first place, is airing the movie on Sunday night at 8.

5 love stories to watch this weekend with or without a Valentine

Whether you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day, Galentine’s festivities, Single Awareness Day, or you aren’t into the manufactured occasions but want something to watch this long winter weekend, there’s a little love story for everyone.

ARTS

NEC’s annual film noir concert makes music for ‘Dr. Mabuse’

The annual event features classic films with original music by students and faculty.

MOVIES

On a rampage, ensemble, on tape, on a mission

Documentaries that will be screening in the Greater Boston area.

Jeneé Osterheldt

This Valentine’s Day, ‘The Photograph’ captures love’s whole picture

Anyone can fall in love with the new movie “The Photograph,” but its Blackness is important because it’s so rare we see Black love stories on film visualized so softly and gingerly.

What the heck is Quibi? Here’s the short answer

The newest streaming service, launching in April, is built for your phones, and for short attention spans.

CRASHFEST brings the world to House of Blues

The "Music Knows No Borders” showcase features 10 bands, from Afrobeat to klezmer, spread across three stages, as well as three dance acts.

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SpeakEasy, Boston Conservatory partner to give students theatrical experience

Starting in May, the conservatory and theater company will join forces to give more students opportunities to work onstage or behind the scenes and earn academic credit.

THE TICKET

What’s happening in the local arts world

This week's picks from Globe critics.

ARTS

At the Davis Museum, a look at photography’s first century or so

A pair of exhibitions feature hundreds of daguerreotypes, tintypes, and snapshots.

ARTS

A breath of life for ‘Ray Donovan’

Nothing official has been announced, but series star Liev Schreiber posted a ray of hope to fans on Instagram.

Invisible no more onstage, the lesbian experience is being given its dramatic due

It’s worth noting, and celebrating, the staging of several productions by local theater companies in which long-term relationships between two women serve as the fulcrum.

MOVIES

France comes to Providence

The 22nd annual Providence French Film Festival runs Feb. 29-March 5 at Brown University’s Martinos Auditorium in the Granoff Center for the Arts.

@LARGE

The future of your face on the Internet

We went from winking with semicolons to a global surveillance system that knows our identity with one glance.