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““I feel like we’re all hovering in midair, waiting for everything to slam back again,” says Ned Hinkle, creative director of the Brattle Theatre. We’re chatting over Zoom as he sits in the cinema’s office, occasionally pausing to speak to workmen who are there helping prepare for the theater’s eventual, yet-to-be-scheduled reopening. It’s a strange way to spend an anniversary, as this month makes it 20 years since he and his partner Ivy Moylan took over the space and started the Brattle Film Foundation.” – Sean Burns, WBUR

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