Let’s face it, we’re not going to be going anywhere for a while. With most of the country facing a devastating number of COVID-19 infections, and the rate showing no signs of declining, people are looking for sources of safe indoor entertainment, such as watching movies. The following are a few titles worth checking out on VOD, streaming, virtual cinema or good old-fashioned Blu-ray or DVD. 

Had she not died young, 39, in 1964 from complications of lupus, celebrated Southern writer Flannery O’Connor would have turned 95 in 2020. Co-writers/directors Elizabeth Coffman and Mark Bosco’s affectionate but clear-eyed documentary “Flannery” (Long Distance Productions), first winner of the Library of Congress Lavine/Ken Burns Prize for Film, is a long overdue portrait of a talented writer and artist. Additionally, the timeliness of the release of the doc, much of which deals directly with mid-20th century racism, is particularly noteworthy.