Screening Venues

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

465 Huntington Avenue, Boston |
MBTA Green or Orange lines.
Metered street parking (read signs carefully) or MFA parking lots.

MFA restaurant options:
Garden Cafeteria: Daily 10-4

New American Café: Sa–Tu 10-4; W–F 10-8
Taste Café (near Remis): Sa–Tu 10-4:30; W–F 10-9

Instructions for shows during regular hours at MFA:

Enter either the museum’s Fenway or Huntington Avenue entrance.
Fenway entrance is more convenient to both theaters.

*Instructions for shows AFTER HOURS at MFA:

Festival screenings of “A Fortunate Man” on Saturday May 18 and “The Spy Behind Home Plate” on Sunday May 19 take place after hours at the MFA. The Museum will open especially for our events.

–NCJF Moviegoers must use the Linde Entrance (the glass doors off the parking lot). The Fenway and Hungtington entrances will be closed.

–Museum will open 30 minutes before showtime. Moviegoers will not be admitted before that time.

–Moviegoers at “From Cairo to the Cloud” screening at 4:00 pm Saturday May 18 who wish to go to stay for “A Fortunate Man” at 7:00 pm and moviegoers at “Tel Aviv on Fire” screening at 3:00 pm on Sunday May 19 who wish to stay for “The Spy Behind Home Plate” at 6:30 pm may remain in the museum between shows. Galleries will be closed. Enjoy a great day of movies with us!

–Taste Cafe (outside of Remis theater) will be open for drinks and light food for moviegoers remaining in the museum between shows.  Grab a bite – food & drink are allowed in Remis.

–No worries, parking garage will remain open 30 minutes after the film ends.

For Will Call information see Ticketing:


Coolidge Corner Theatre

290 Harvard St, Brookline |
Metered public parking. MBTA: Green Line C; #66 Bus

Grab a drink, popcorn, and snacks at the theater, or have dinner nearby.
The Coolidge has some of the best beer selections in town.


Ticketing information here

All venues handicapped accessible.
Programs subject to change.