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The 32 nd Boston Film Festival is open for submissions in the following categories: feature film, documentary, short and animation. You can submit via the Withoutabox link listed here.

The film festival is currently interviewing interns and volunteers for positions. To be considered email your resume to: thebostonfilmfestival@gmail.com

2015 BOSTON FILM FESTIVAL AWARDS

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Best Film: Papa, Director Bob Yari; Producers Amanda Harvey, Weezie Melancon, Michael Pacino

Best Actor: Sam Trammell, All Mistakes Buried

Best Actress: Missy Yager, All Mistakes Buried

Best Ensemble Cast: Papa

Best Screenplay: Papa, Denne Bart Petitclerc

Best Documentary: No Greater Love, Director/Writer Justin Roberts; Producers; Priyank Desai, Brent Dones

Best Director: Bob Yari, Papa

Mass Impact Award: No Greater Love, Writer Director Justin Roberts

Eco Film, Dead of Winter: The Donner Party, Director Doug Glover

Best Cinematography: Papa, Ernesto Melara, Cinematographer

Best Composer: Mark Isham, Papa

Best Editing: All Mistakes Buried, Editors Chris Kursel, Tim McCann, Director/Writer

Audience Favorite: We the People: The Market Basket Effect, Director Tommy Reid; Producers: Ted Leonsis, Nick Buzzell, Robert Friedman, Mike Buzzell

Best Short: “Pony” Writer/Director Candice Carella

31ST BOSTON FILM FESTIVAL, Best Film


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BOSTON FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES SCREENING SCHEDULE

31st Festival Runs SEPTEMBER 17-21; Five World Premieres

BOSTON, September 10, 2015 – Continuing its tradition of featuring exciting new films, the 31st annual Boston Film Festival (September 17-21) will spotlight two local features and five world premieres that will expand to five different Boston venues.

Among the talent expected to appear are Shaun Toub and Adrian Sparks featured in the gripping new documentary “No Greater Love,” along with several Medal of Honor recipients. Other noted actors who will be present are Tom Beardwell, Robyn Coffin, Robert Cannon, Justin Lee and James Molinari.

Presenting sponsor of the 31st Boston Film Festival is Southfield. The event’s supporting sponsors are NBC Universal, A&E, and the Hollywood Reporter.

Filmgoers can access www.bostonfilmfestival.org to purchase tickets and for festival details and updates. Also find the BFF on Facebook and Twitter @Bostonfilmfest.

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Looking for Internship & Volunteer Opportunites?

The 30th Boston Film Festival is currently interviewing candidates for internships and volunteer positions. Experience in the areas of film production, marketing, media, events and travel a plus. Hours vary from part-time to full-time. Access to car for meetings is desired but not necessary. Submit your information via email.

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"A few years ago I was thrilled to be invited to show my film 'Death in Love' at the Boston Film Festival. The overall selection was excellent, and the audience was open and appreciative. The festival provided us with a great stay in a beautiful city, and I would be happy to return when I have another film that makes the cut."

— Boaz Yakin; "Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time," co-writer screenplay; "Death in Love," director & screenplay; "Remember the Titans," director.

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