A short excerpt of the Q&A that followed the IFFBoston 2015 screening of I’LL SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS. Director and co-writer Brett Haley joined by co-writer Marc Basch answer questions about their great romantic dramedy. Read our full review.
Carol Petersen (Blythe Danner) is coming to terms with her twilight years. A widow of almost 20 years, Carol lives alone with her dog, and lives a relatively simple life. She meets her friends for bridge at the retirement community, she drinks wine, reads, and watches TV, and for all intents and purposes, she’s happy. …
Following the screening of MORPHINE: JOURNEY OF DREAMS, director Mark Shuman is joined by members of the band for a Q&A!
“I Am What I Play,” from first time director Roger King take a handful of really well known DJs from prolific American Ardio Markets and tells their story. With personalities likes Charles Laquidara (Boston), Pat O’Day (Seattle), Meg Griffen (NYC), and Toronto legend David Marsden (aka David Mickie) – we move through their personal stories …
Following the screening of CALL ME LUCKY, the latest film from Director Bobcat Goldthwait, subject Barry Crimmins talks a bit about some of the challenges in revisiting his difficult past. Read our review of Call Me Lucky
Following the screening of THE PRIMARY INSTINCT Director David Chen & Subject Stephen Tobolowsky talk about their “concert film,” how they met, why the made the film, and how they evolved his already great storytelling for the film.
Did you know that well before Columbus landed in North America, Vikings had laid claim to what later became the state of Minnesota? They have the ancient artifacts to back it up too…With “Lost Conquest,” Director Mike Scholtz set to tell an oral history of the discovery of the mysterious Kensington Runestone, and how many …
There is a terrible plague in the world of Video Games. The mostly male dominated industry and audience has for years rejected all female viewpoints from entering their club. Whether its perpetuating stereotypes in character designs, or harassing women online – it’s a big mess, and “GTFO” sets out to tell the story.
Bobcat Goldthwait is hands down one of my favorite IFFBoston staples. I always look forward to what he brings to the festival. This year, he returns with “Call Me Lucky,” a documentary about a fellow comedian, Barry Crimmins.
The romance novel industry is a multi-billion dollar business. The community is strong, tightly knit, and predominantly made up of women. Filmmaker Laurie Kahn was given complete access to this community for the past 3 years, and the films narrative follows along 6 published writers.