Guys, it’s here. Seriously, right there on the internets, the thing that was taken away from us well before we were able to become intimate. When it left, we solemnly wrote “Do Not Eat” on its paper bag as we placed it in the freezer. We held onto the hope that a return would be approved, but I think most of us quietly accepted the loss. Then the unthinkable happened; Netflix rolled up like Jake Ryan just to let us know that he hadn’t forgotten our birthday…I mean the show we like (this reference worked a lot better in my head). Cut to: Sunday morning, “Arrested Development” returned.
I’m not a fan of found footage movies. In fact, since “The Blair Witch Project,” the only other found footage film I’ve enjoyed was “Cloverfield.” Then along came “Willow Creek,” Bobcat Goldthwait’s latest film, which is certainly a successful departure from his past work.
Following the Boston premiere of Rubberneck, filmmakers Alex Karpovsky and Garth Donovan are joined on stage with the producers and other actors from the film to field questions from the Coolidge Corner audience at IFFBoston 2012.
The Independent Film Festival of Boston kicked off its 10th annual festival at the Somerville Theater to a sold out screening of Sleepwalk with Me, a film based off Mike Birbiglia’s one-man show, and produced by This American Life’s Ira Glass.
Ira Glass was in attendance for an amazing Q&A that followed the screening, moderated by WBUR’s Meghna Chakrabarti.
Stay tuned to lonelyreviewer.com for more coverage, and video from IFFBoston 2012!