Steven Knight joins the audience at the Independent Film Festival of Boston to talk about his film LOCKE, starring Tom Hardy. Great insight into the filmmaking process, for those who haven’t seen the film, there are some light spoilers in the end of the video. Read our full review here.
In this excerpt, the filmmakers behind Print the Legend are joined on stage with the founders of Formlabs to talk about the documentary following its screening at IFFBoston 2014.
I can’t remember the last time I’ve seen a first feature from a filmmaker and been as impressed as I was with “Dear White People.” Justin Simien’s film has such a tight narrative, woven with deep social commentary and satire, and told by an amazing ensemble of characters.
IFFBoston alumn Alex Orr returns to the festival with his latest film, “A is for Alex.” The film, also starring Orr’s wife Katie, tells the story of a couple with a baby on the way.
The assimilation of an immigrant populations culture is fascinating, but it would never have occurred to me to use a signature dish as a tool to tell the story of Chinese-American’s. “The Search of General Tso,” from director Ian Cheney, asks and answers some great questions in his documentary, including, but not limited to “Who …
Director Colin Healey, and lead Rachel McKeon discuss HOMEMAKERS, following its screening at the Somerville Theatre. Read our full review of the film here.
Mike Attie and Meghan O’Hara discuss their film IN COUNTRY, a documentary about a platoon of Vietnam War reenactors from Oregon. Read our full review here.
Soul searching films are a staple for independent film because film, like other art forms, is a reflection of humanity. “Homemakers,” is a film about a girl returning to her late-Grandfather’s abandoned Pittsburgh home, and seeking to restore it.
Chances are, at one point or another you’ve seen or heard of war reenactors. Growing up in Massachusetts, on more than one occasion we went up to Lexington on Patriots Day to see the Revolutionary War unfold before us. Before “In Country,” I had no idea that anyone reenacted the Vietnam War, which is what …
BENEATH THE HARVEST SKY directors Gita Pullapilly & Aron Gaudet are joined by cast member Aidan Gillen to talk about the shift from documentary to narrative, casting, and picking Maine as the setting for their teen drama. Watch the Q&A below, and read our review here.