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IFFB Film Reviews: SLEEPWALK WITH ME, IMPOSTER, PLIMPTON

By at April 24, 2012 | 8:00 am | 3 Comments

IFFB Film Reviews: SLEEPWALK WITH ME, IMPOSTER, PLIMPTON

With the 2012 Independent Film Festival of Boston kicking off Wednesday night, we've got some movies to talk about. You've already seen our 10 Movies to Watch preview of this year's IFFB, and now we've got our first set of capsule film reviews for some of this year's entries. Let us know what you're planning to see, and what's worth seeing. Sleepwalk With Me Fans of more...

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10 Movies to Watch: Independent Film Festival of Boston 2012

By at April 1, 2012 | 9:07 am | 3 Comments

10 Movies to Watch: Independent Film Festival of Boston 2012

If you live in the Eastern Massachusetts area and didn't attend last year's Independent Film Festival of Boston, you were probably kicking yourself peeking at the schedule about six months later. That's when some of the more exciting films from the 2011 festival hit wider audiences and bigger buzz. Bellflower. The Trip. If A Tree Falls. TrollHunter. Another Earth. Proof more...

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Film Festival Recap: 2011 IFFBoston

By at May 7, 2011 | 1:11 pm | 3 Comments

Film Festival Recap: 2011 IFFBoston

As the Independent Film Festival of Boston continues building in popularity, scope and relevance -- and they know it -- the programmers take a brilliant strategy: Keep a keen eye on the movies that mean something to the hometown crowd, those local films that have heart and soul in Massachusetts (and sometimes, Boston itself). Not only does this generate unique interest more...

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IFFBoston 2011: Saturday What To Watch

By at April 30, 2011 | 1:05 pm | 0 Comment

IFFBoston 2011: Saturday What To Watch

Late Friday night at the Somerville Theater was an emotional event for many IFFBoston fans with a screening of Cure For Pain: The Mark Sandman Story, with friends, colleagues and family remembering the odd, tragic story of a musical maverick, who had his roots and love in the Boston and Cambridge area. Saturday night brings another solid lineup, here are few films to look more...

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