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IFFBoston 2016 Line-Up Announced!

Spring is around the corner, and we’re excited to see the official 2016 lineup for the Independent Film Festival of Boston! The festival is entering its 14th year, and will take place April 27 – May 4, 2016 at the Somerville Theatre in Davis Square, the Brattle in Harvard Square, and the Coolidge Corner Theatre in Brookline, as well as at UMass Boston.

The festival kicks off with “The Hollars,” directed by MA native John Krasinski, starring Krasinski, Margo Martingale, Richard Jenkins, and Anna Kendrick. The closing night film is directed by Clea DuVall and starring Natasha Lyonne, Alia Shawkat, and Melanie Lynsey.

Other notable screenings including films from Joe Berlinger, Werner Herzog, Mike Birbiglia, and many many more – check out the full list below!

Individual film tickets and full festival schedule will be available around April 11th, and memberships are available now! Head to IFFBoston.org for more info!

NARRATIVE FEATURES

THE ALCHEMIST COOKBOOK directed by Joel Potrykus

ALWAYS SHINE directed by Sophia Takal

BLACKCOAT’S DAUGHTER directed by Osgood Perkins

COLLECTIVE: UNCONSCIOUS directed by collective:unconscious (Lily Baldwin, Frances Bodomo, Daniel Patrick Carbone, Josephine Decker, Lauren Wolkstein)

DISORDER directed by Alice Winocour

DON’T THINK TWICE directed by Mike Birbiglia

DONALD CRIED directed by Kris Avedisian

EMBERS directed by Claire Carré

EYES OF MY MOTHER directed by Nicolas Pesce

FIVE NIGHTS IN MAINE directed by Maris Curran

FOLK HERO & FUNNY GUY directed by Jeff Grace

FREE IN DEED directed by Jake Mahaffy

HIGH RISE directed by Ben Wheatley

THE HOLLARS directed by John Krasinski

HUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLE directed by Taika Waititi

INTERVENTION directed by Clea DuVall

LITTLE MEN directed by Ira Sachs

MORRIS FROM AMERICA directed by Chad Hartigan

PAPERBACK directed by Adam Bowers

RAINBOW TIME directed by Linas Phillips

TEENAGE COCKTAIL directed by John Carchietta

THE FITS directed by Anna Rose Holmer

THERE SHOULD BE RULES directed by Linda-Maria Birbeck

TRANSPECOS directed by Greg Kwedar

UNDER THE SHADOW directed by Babak Anvari

 

DOCUMENTARY FEATURES

THE ANTHROPOLOGIST directed by Seth Kramer, Daniel A. Miller & Jeremy Newberger

ANTS ON A SHRIMP directed by Maurice Dekkers

ASPERGER’S ARE US directed by Alex Lehmann

AUTHOR: THE JT LEROY STORY directed by Jeff Feuerzeig

BEST AND MOST BEAUTIFUL THINGS directed by Garrett Zevgetis

BEYOND THE WALL directed by Bestor Cram & Jenny Phillips

BLUESPACE directed by Ian Cheney

BOONE directed by Christopher LaMarca

COLIN HAY- WAITING FOR MY REAL LIFE directed by Nate Gowtham & Aaron Faulls

THE DWARVENAUT directed by Josh Bishop

GLEASON directed by Clay Tweel

THE GUYS NEXT DOOR directed by Allie Humenuk & Amy Geller

HAVEABABY directed by Amanda Micheli

HIGH ON CRACK STREET: LOST LIVES IN LOWELL directed by Maryann DeLeo & Richard Farrell

HOOLIGAN SPARROW directed by Nanfu Wang

KAMPAII! FOR THE LOVE OF SAKE directed by Mirai Konishi

KATE PLAYS CHRISTINE directed by Robert Greene

LO AND BEHOLD: REVERIES OF THE CONNECTED WORLD directed by Werner Herzog

LOS PUNKS: WE ARE ALL WE HAVE directed by Angela Boatwright

THE LOST ARCADE directed by Kurt Vincent

THE LOVERS AND THE DESPOT directed by Robert Cannan & Ross Adam

NASSER’S REPUBLIC: THE MAKING OF MODERN EGYPT directed by Michal Goldman

A NEW COLOR: THE ART OF BEING EDYTHE BOONE directed by Marlene “Mo” Morris

NEWTOWN directed by Kim A. Snyder

PAPER LANTERNS directed by Barry Frechette

THE PEACEMAKER directed by James Demo

PRIMARIA directed by Mary Jane Doherty

REAL BOY directed by Shaleece Haas

SEED directed by Taggart Siegel & Jon Betz

SKIPS STONES FOR FUDGE directed by Ryan Seitz

TICKLED directed by David Farrier & Dylan Reeve

TONY ROBBINS: I AM NOT YOUR GURU directed by Joe Berlinger

WEINER directed by Josh Kriegman & Elyse Steinberg

WHO IS LYDIA LOVELESS directed by Gorman Bechard

 

NARRATIVE SHORT FILMS

AFFECTIONS directed by Bridey Elliott

ASTER AND SIDNEY directed by Sean Temple

BABY TEETH directed by Stephanie Ellis

BALCONY SCENE directed by Jesse Beecher

BLACK CANARIES directed by Jesse Kreitzer

BLAST BEAT directed by Esteban Arango

BLOODY HENRY directed by Jean-Paul DiSciscio

BONDING directed by Tim Young

CANARY directed by Marie Schlingmann

CLEAN directed by Gabriel Wilson

COUNT directed by Jason Evans

FOREVER, YOUR FIREPLACE directed by Grant Collier

THE GHOST BIKE directed by Zachary Lee

GLOVE directed by Alexa Lim Haas & Bernardo Britto

HIT AND RUN directed by Jordan Liebowitz

HUNTER’S MOON directed by Sean Q. King

THE ITCHING directed by Dianne Bellino

JAHAR directed by Henry Hays

KILLER directed by Matt Kazman

LIVING LEGEND directed by Alonso Llosa

MY BROTHER IS A ZOMBIE directed by Russell Yaffe

MY DARK SIDE AND MY LIGHT SIDE MEET IN A BAR directed by Jeff Stern

ORI & ADDISON directed by James C. Ferguson

THE RAIN COLLECTOR directed by Isabella Wing-Davey

ROUBADO directed by Erica A. Watson

TILLY directed by Rob Kotecki

TWINSBURG directed by Joe Garrity

 

DOCUMENTARY SHORT FILMS

THE CHAMPION directed by Patrick McGowan & Brett Garamella

CLASS OF ’27 directed by James Rutenbeck

THE DEAN SCREAM directed by Bryan Storkel

EAT WHITE DIRT directed by Adam Forrester

GOING BACK HOME directed by Tim O’Donnell

GOING THE DISTANCE directed by Jessie Beers-Altman

HAZZARD’S CURE directed by C.S. Ward

IN THIS WORLD directed by Kelly Creedon

JUMP directed by Joel Ruscinski

KNOCKTURNAL directed by John J. Miller IV

THE LAST TIME I HEARD TRUE SILENCE directed by Tim O’Donnell

A LIVING WAGE directed by Dan Albright & Andy Keyes

LOCKDOWN directed by Lauren Knapp

MISS ME: THE ARTFUL VANDAL directed by Mohammad Gorjestani

NEIGE directed by David Redmon, Ashley Sabin

PICKLE directed by Amy Nicholson

SELLING OUT directed by Beau Miller

STEP INTO THE PAGE directed by Ashley Rodholm

WELL GROOMED directed by Rebecca Stern

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