“The Best and Most Beautiful Things” is a wonderful film about the journey of a legally blind woman with high functioning Asperger’s Syndrome, and her inability to let anything stand in the way of her drive and ambition to chase her dreams.
We were fortunate to capture Lydia Loveless treating the Q&A audience to an acoustic performance following the screening of “Who is Lydia Loveless” at the Brattle Theatre. Check it out below!
Beth (Caitlin FitzGerald) is a young actress who seemingly has got everything going for her – she’s continually working, and making residuals off her commercial work.
A short clip with HAVEABABY Director Amanda Micheli following the screening of the film at the Independent Film Festival of Boston.
In this video, “Five Nights in Maine” Director Maris Curran talks about her film, the cast, and the unique way the film was shot! Take a look, and read our review.
Imagine learning more about someone you loved posthumously, but through someone they didn’t get along with? “Five Nights in Maine,” from Writer/Director Maris Curran is a really interesting story of mourning, starring David Oyelowo and the incredible Dianne Wiest.
A pizza cook who’s never left his college town meets the woman of his dreams, only to find out there’s a huge roadblock to them being together. “Paperback,” is writer, director, and lead actor Adam Bowers second feature film since his Sundance premiere “New Low.” The film had its premiere at the 2015 Austin Film …
“Always Shine,” from Sophia Tikal tells the story of two actresses traveling to Big Sur for a weekend vacation, looking to reconnect after years of competition has driven them apart. Takal returns to IFFBoston, her excellent film “Green,” having screened at the festival in 2011. The film stars Mackenzie Davis (Halt & Catch Fire) & Caitlin …
“The Anthropologist” is the parallel stories of two women, Margaret Mead, who popularized cultural anthropology in America, and Susie Crate, an environmental anthropologist currently studying the impact of climate change.
“Best and Most Beautiful Things,” from Boston based filmmaker Garret Zevgetis, follows a graduate of Watertown’s Perkins School for the Blind on an unexpected path of self-discovery. The films subject, Michelle Smith, grew up in rural Maine and attended the famous Perkins School for the Blind, known for its famous student Helen Keller. The film …