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.
Following the screening of excellent film, The Spectacular Now – Director James Ponsoldt and co-writer Michael Weber had a Q&A with the audience on the opening night of the Independent Film Festival of Boston.
One of the great benefits of attending the Independent Film Festival of Boston isn’t just that you are seeing great films, often times the filmmakers of these great films stick around and answer questions! Below you’ll find a complete list of films that will have Q&A following them.
I’m loving all these great films that I saw at IFFBoston being available through Netflix! While we featured the closing night film of IFFBoston ’12 last time, this time its the opening night film, Sleepwalk with Me, directed by Ira Glass and starring Mike Birbiglia. Sleepwalk with Me is an awesome, relatable, and entertaining film …
This GREAT Q&A with the amazing Wayne White and director Neil Berkeley followed the screening of the film Beauty is Embarassing at IFFBoston 2012. White goes into what it was like being filmed, and talks about collaboration and his philosophies on art.
Following the screening of his new film Dark Horse, director/writer Todd Solondz stuck around to answer questions from the audience. He offerred insight into his creative process, shared some great stories about how people react to his films and more! Dark Horse stars Selma Blair, Justin Bartha, and Christopher Walken and will expand to limited …
In this excerpt from IFFBoston 2012’s opening night Q&A, Ira Glass of NPR’s “This American Life” sits down with Meghna Chakrabarti of WBUR’s RadioBoston to talk about his collaboration with Mike Birbiglia on the new film “Sleepwalk with Me”