By James Bennett II September 24, 2021 This week marked the beginning of the 37th edition of the Boston Film Festival. Almost a year after the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic forced the festival into digital space,
Boston Film Festival rolls out the red carpet for it's 37th season with a colorful kaleidoscope of intriguing and entertaining features, documentaries and film shorts. Festival (September 22-26) Will Kick Off with World Premieres of
Big-tent Cinema Showcase Rolls Out World Premieres of Documentaries “Beyond Zero,” “This Hits Home,” and “25”; Also Included Are U.S. Debuts of “Small Town Wisconsin,” “Me the People,” and “The Memory of Water,” the East
By Loren King | The Boston Globe Two of Boston’s longest-running film festivals, the Boston Film Festival and the Roxbury International Film Festival, will present narrative features, documentaries, and shorts digitally this year, with nearly
Greetings again from the darkness. Fairy Tales traditionally have happy endings so that our kids form an optimistic view of the world. Unfortunately, director John Ippolito brings us a real life baseball fairy tale with
As the origin of many illustrious storytellers, Boston provides an idyllic setting to experience a
festival of motion pictures. The City is resplendent with breathtaking historical architecture
juxtapose to modern designs including the development of a new vibrant waterfront. Boston is a
walkable city that has become a Mecca for film and tourism.
The Boston Film Festival takes place during the spectacular fall season when the city is bustling
with the return of University students, and the Red Sox are battling for the pennant. A program of
feature, documentary, short and animated films.
Thought provoking film premieres, panels with directors and actors, parties, celebrations, red
carpet press events all create an exciting cinema experience.
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