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.
James Ponsoldt and Jason Segel speak quite candidly about their experience making “The End of the Tour,” to the IFFBoston audience. Segel talks about his concerns going into the role, and how exactly they approached the story they set out to tell.
James Ponsoldt is a talented filmmaker. With “The Spectacular Now,” Ponsoldt crafted a film with characters that were so well written, and a story about people that felt completely real – I couldn’t wait to see what came next. “The End of the Tour,” does it again.
With lines around the block the 13th annual Independent Film Festival of Boston started things off with James Ponsoldt’s latest, “The End of the Tour.” The film, based on David Lipsky’s book “Although of Course You End Up Becoming Yourself” tells the story of Lipsky (played by Jesse Eisenberg) and the time he spent with …
Having attended the Independent Film Festival of Boston since 2006, I thought I’d [re]post a few tips from my past experiences to help YOU out for 2015! What Should I See?