Spring break alternative at the Brattle

Andrew Bujalski knows that if you want your own program at the Brattle, you better show your Boston pride. After earning his Beantown cred with a degree from Harvard, and setting his candid little post-collegiate gem Funny Ha Ha in the depths of the student ghettos of Boston, the indie filmmaker is acting as cinematic curator March 14 through 19.

Now that the director/screenwriter/actor is waving goodbye to his home and heading to Austin, Texas, the Brattle is screening his.

The highlight of the package is a mesmerizing triple feature starting at 4:30 on Saturday, March 15 for cinephiles who have a balanced combination of intellect and patience: Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo, Chris Marker’s French short La Jeteeacute; and Terry Gillaim’s 12 Monkeys.