Wednesday, Apr 22, 2015 -
Wednesday, Apr 29, 2015
40 Brattle St
Cambridge, MA 02138
Festivals & Fairs, Film
Independent Film Festival Boston (IFFBoston) was started in 2003 to provide Boston with the type of film event it had been looking for: one that discovers emerging talent and celebrates the leading edge of cinematic story tellers. A showcase for the best films from around the world—a festival that would bring directors, actors, producers, sponsors, and attendees together in an interactive environment. There were other film festivals in Boston, but there wasn’t a mainstream independent film festival inclusive of everything that made up the film-festival experience.
2015 Features Events:
OPENING NIGHT FILM:
THE END OF THE TOUR, directed by James Ponsoldt.
April 22. Director James Ponsoldt will be in attendance.
CLOSING NIGHT FILM:
ME AND EARL AND THE DYING GIRL, directed by Alfonso Gomez-Rejon.
April 29. Author/screenwriter Jesse Andrews will be in attendance.
SATURDAY CENTERPIECE SPOTLIGHT:
CALL ME LUCKY, directed by Bobcat Goldthwait.
April 25. Director Bobcat Goldthwait and subject comedian/writer/activist Barry Crimmins will be in attendance.
SUNDAY SPECIAL SCREENING:
THE PRIMARY INSTINCT, directed by Dave Chen.
April 26. Director Dave Chen and subject/raconteur Stephen Tobolowsky will be in attendance.
THE FIRST ANNUAL IFFBOSTON/UMB FILM SERIES FILM SUMMIT
April 23–24. Hosted in partnership with UMass Boston, the Film Summit features 2 days of screenings, panels, and workshops spotlighting and supporting local filmmakers. The highlight of the Summit is our First Annual Massachusetts Works-in-Progress Competition. This year’s competition will focus on documentaries and be moderated by Boston Globe film critic Peter Keough.
Stay tuned to iffboston.org for a full schedule of films and ticket information.