One of the best parts of any film festival are the Q&A’s – engaging, at times funny, having members from the production offer great insight to not just how a film was made, but why. Independent Film Festival Boston always hosts a great many filmmakers, producers, actors & actresses, film subjects, and more! We’ve created …
In this short Q&A segment from the Independent Film Festival of Boston, NPRs Bob Oaks moderates a discussion with filmmakers Zolan Kanno-Youngs & Henry Hayes about their film JAHAR.
We checked out the excellent TRANSPECOS last night at IFFBoston, the review is on its way, but check out this excerpt from the festival Q&A. Director Greg Kwedar talks about what inspired the film.
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.
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.
Following the World Premiere at IFFBoston of his latest film, WILLOW CREEK, Bobcat Goldthwait was joined by lead actors Bryce Johnson, Alexie Gilmore to talk about what it was like filming in the forests of Northern California, Bobcat’s belief’s in Bigfoot, and coming of age tween Sasquatch books. Read our review of the film here.
Following the screening of Joss Whedon’s adaptation of “Much Ado About Nothing,” actors Franz Kranz and Jillian Morgese joined the pack crowd at the Somerville Theatre for a Q&A. The actors shared stories of working with Joss on this film, The Avengers, and Cabin in the Woods. Read our review of MUCH ADO here.