What better film to act as the opening night offering for the IFFB than ‘Transsiberian?’ Apart from the local ties of the director, (Brad Anderson lived for a while in Somerville and shot his ‘Next Stop Wonderland,’ and ‘Session 9,’ in the area,) several of the film’s producers are also Boston residents. ‘Transsiberian,’ tells the …
The Independent Film Festival of Boston kicked off this evening without a hitch (other then starting a bit late, but understandable, some planes need a bit of extra runway just to get off the ground). With 98 films, the organizers are calling this festival the best yet.
‘Twelve’ is a unique film appearing at the IFF Boston. Conceived by Scott Masterson who, along with Steve Oare, produced the film as well, ‘Twelve’ is actually a series of 12 short films, each short taking place in a specific month of the calendar year.
JUMP! is an award-winning, rousing and fast-paced documentary about competitive jump rope
In 2004, Jason Crigler, a successful and established guitarist living and working in New York City, suffers a brain hemorrhage during a concert in Manhattan.
‘The Greening of Southie’ goes behind the scenes and onto the scaffolds to follow the construction of Boston’s first green residential structure
Word has reached LR.com that Sir Ben Kingsley will be in attendance at the opening night of the Independent Film Festival of Boston. The film screening will be Brad Anderson’s new film ‘Transsiberian.’
‘Medicine for Melancholy’ is a love story of bikes and one-night stands told through two African-American twenty-somethings dealing with issues of class, identity, and the evolving conundrum of being a minority in rapidly gentrifying San Francisco
Natural Causes, the feature film written, directed and produced by filmmakers Alex Cannon, Michael Lerman and Paul Cannon will showcase this April at the 2008 Independent Film Festival of Boston in the Narrative Features Competition.
Carnivalesque Film’s personal and intimate documentary film ‘Intimidad’ tells a Mexican love story in a new and original way.