11th Annual Independent Film Festival Boston:
April 24 - 30, 2013

Opening Night Film

THE SPECTACULAR NOW
Wed. 4/24 - 7:30pm - Som 1
A hard-partying high school senior’s philosophy on life changes when he meets the not-so-typical “nice girl”. With Miles Teller, Shailene Woodley, Jennifer Jason Leigh, and Kyle Chandler.

Closing Night Film

IN A WORLD...
Tues. 4/30 - 8:00pm - Coolidge
Writer/actor/director Lake Bell’s winning comedy is set in the cutthroat world of Hollywood’s voiceover industry. Also starring Demetri Martin, Ken Marino, Rob Corddry, and Nick Offerman.

Narrative Features

BERBERIAN SOUND STUDIO
Sun. 4/28 - 8:45pm - Som 5
A renowned British audio technician (Toby Jones) is hired by an Italian horror director to work on his latest film, but the distance from home and gory content may prove to be too much to handle.
COMPUTER CHESS
Sat. 4/27 - 6:15pm - Brattle
Will computers ever beat man in chess? A group of programmers and chess enthusiasts get together in 1981 to find out. The latest film by Andrew Bujalski (FUNNY HA HA; BEESWAX, IFFBoston 2009).
CONCUSSION
Sat. 4/27 - 6:30pm - Som 5
Robin Weigert (Deadwood) stars as a lesbian housewife who confronts her emerging midlife crisis by starting a double life as a high-end escort.
CRYSTAL FAIRY
Thurs. 4/25 - 9:30pm - Som 3
Self-absorbed American slacker Jamie (Michael Cera) goes on a quest for the ultimate high in the Chilean desert. But his plans may be derailed by the overenthusiastic hippie (Gaby Hoffmann) he and his friends pick up along the way.
THE DIRTIES
Sat. 4/27 - 9:15pm - Som 2
Two high school friends make a movie about killing all the bullies who harrass them.
THE EAST
Sun. 4/28 - 8:00pm - Som 1
In this thriller, Sarah Moss (Brit Marling) is an operative tasked with infiltrating a radical, ecological, anti-corporate collective called “The East.” Soon she finds herself compelled by the charismatic leader Benji (Alexander Skarsgård).
EXIT ELENA
Sat. 4/27 - 12:30pm - Som 2
Twentysomething Elena (Kia Davis) must navigate the strange dynamics of the family that hires her as a live-in nursing assistant.
FRANCES HA
Sat. 4/27 - 7:00pm - Som 3
Frances (Greta Gerwig) is a 27-year-old dancer who lives with her best friend Sophie. When Sophie decides to move out and live with another friend, Frances is left to figure out how to live her life.
A HIJACKING
Fri. 4/26 - 9:45pm - Som 2
In this Danish thriller, when the cargo ship and crew of the MV Rozen are hijacked by Somali pirates, the shipping company’s CEO engages in dangerous negotiations.
HOUSTON
Thurs. 4/25 - 7:00pm - Som 2
A German corporate headhunter searches for a top CEO in Houston, Texas. Far from home, he spirals onto a dark, personal journey away from reality, fueled by his alcoholism.
THE HUNT
Sat. 4/27 - 9:45pm - Som 3
In the latest film by Thomas Vinterberg (THE CELEBRATION), Mads Mikkleson (Hannibal, CASINO ROYALE) won the Best Actor prize at Cannes for his portrayal of a teacher shunned by his small town when he’s wrongly accused in the latest film by Thomas Vinterberg (THE CELEBRATION).
THE LAND OF EB
Sun. 4/28 - 12:00pm - Som 2
Jacob, a humble, hardworking refugee of the Marshall Islands, heroically struggles to support his family in his adopted home on the Big Island of Hawaii after he is diagnosed with stomach cancer.
THE LAST DAYS OF AUGUST
Sun. 4/28 - 6:00pm - Som 2
Dan, struggling to recover after being paralyzed in a car accident, is confronted by his close friends about his self-destructive behavior and increasing reclusiveness.
LAURENCE ANYWAYS
Sun. 4/28 - 2:00pm - Som 5
A stylistically audacious love story about a couple trying to stay together as the man transitions to being a woman.
LONELY BOY
Sun. 4/28 - 5:30pm - Som 4
The romantic misadventures of a schizophrenic bachelor.
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
Sat. 4/27 - 4:00pm - Som 1
Joss Whedon’s (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Firefly, THE AVENGERS) contemporary take on the Bard’s classic comedy was shot in just 12 days and features many from his regular stable of performers, including Nathan Fillion, Clark Gregg, and Amy Acker.
PRINCE AVALANCHE
Fri. 4/26 - 8:00pm - Som 1
While painting traffic lines on an isolated stretch of highway, Alvin (Paul Rudd) and Lance (Emile Hirsch) develop an unlikely kinship in this funny, surreal, and offbeat meditation by David Gordon Green (All THE REAL GIRLS).
SIGHTSEERS
Fri. 4/26 - 9:30pm - Som 5
A camping holiday across the British Isles turns darkly funny in the latest film by Ben Wheatley (KILL LIST; DOWN TERRACE, IFFBoston 2010).
SOFT IN THE HEAD
Fri. 4/26 - 7:00pm - Brattle
Maury, the incomparably patient owner of a homeless shelter, tries to help aimless twentysomething Natalia, who has forgotten what it is to be accountable to anyone.
SOME GIRL(S)
Mon. 4/29 - 7:00pm - Som 3
Based on a play by Neil LaBute, a successful writer travels around the country on the eve of his wedding to meet up with ex-lovers in an attempt to make amends for his wrongdoings. With Adam Brody, Kristen Bell, Zoe Kazan, and Emily Watson.
THIS IS MARTIN BONNER
Sat. 4/27 - 12:15pm - Som 4
Two men from different walks of life form a tentative connection that slowly grows into friendship.
TOUCHY FEELY
Mon. 4/29 - 7:30pm - Som 1
In the latest film from Lynn Shelton (YOUR SISTER’S SISTER, IFFBoston 2012), a massage therapist develops a strong aversion to touch. Starring Rosemarie DeWitt, Josh Pais, Ellen Page, and Allison Janney.
V/H/S/2
Sat. 4/27 - 11:30pm - Brattle
Searching for a missing student, two private investigators break into his abandoned house and find another collection of mysterious VHS tapes. In viewing the horrific contents of each, they realize there may be terrifying motives behind the student’s disappearance.
WASTELAND
Thurs. 4/25 - 9:15pm - Som 4
An exhilarating heist film about a hapless young ex-con who recruits his inexperienced friends in an elaborate and reckless scheme to get revenge on the local drug kingpin who framed him.
THE WAY, WAY BACK
Thurs. 4/25 - 7:45pm - Som 1
Duncan, an awkward 14-year-old, covertly takes a summer job at a Cape Cod water park to escape the uncomfortable vacation he is to spend with his family. This is the directorial debut of THE DESCENDANTS screenwriters Jim Rash and Nat Faxton and stars Steve Carrell, Toni Collete, Allison Janney, and Sam Rockwell.
WILLOW CREEK
Mon. 4/29 - 9:30pm - Som 3
A young couple ventures into the woods to capture footage of the elusive Bigfoot in the latest film from Bobcat Goldthwait (GOD BLESS AMERICA, IFFBoston 2012).

Documentary Features

12 O’CLOCK BOYS
Thurs. 4/25 - 9:45pm - Som 2
13-year-old Pug lives on the dangerous Westside block and has a singular objective: to become a member of the 12 O’Clock Boys, the notorious dirt-bike gang in Baltimore.
99% - THE OCCUPY WALL STREET COLLABORATIVE FILM
Fri. 4/26 - 9:45pm - Som 4
This unprecedented collaboration of over 100 filmmakers across the country presents a portrait of the Occupy Movement—from personal stories to a larger analysis of the issues—to explore and provide context for the movement’s rapid trajectory.
THE ACT OF KILLING
Sun. 4/28 - 5:45pm - Som 5
In this highly powerful documentary, filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer convinces unrepentant members of Indonesian death squads to reflect on their involvement in genocide by directing their own films. Executive produced by Werner Herzog and Errol Morris.
THE BEAUTIFUL GAME
Mon. 4/29 - 7:15pm - Som 2
Director Victor Buhler traces the threads of talent and ambition that propel African soccer players pursuing dreams of global greatness.
BEFORE YOU KNOW IT...
Thurs. 4/25 - 7:00pm - Som 5
Three gay seniors navigate the adventures, challenges, and surprises of life and love in their golden years.
BEST KEPT SECRET
Sat. 4/27 - 8:00pm - Som 1
An inspiring high school teacher must help her autistic students face life after graduation in one of the poorest cities in the U.S.
BLACKFISH
Mon. 4/29 - 7:15pm - Som 4
The shocking story of killer whale Tilikum, a main attraction at SeaWorld and responsible for the deaths of three trainers during his 30 years in captivity.
BLOOD BROTHER
Sat. 4/27 - 3:15pm - Som 2
Rocky Braat went to India as a disillusioned American tourist. When he met a group of children with HIV/AIDS, he decided to stay. He never could have imagined the obstacles he would face, nor the love he would find.
CASTING BY
Fri. 4/26 - 7:00pm - Som 4
Explores the importance of Hollywood casting director Marion Dougherty, whose achievements include the discovery of actors Robert Duvall, Dustin Hoffman, Gene Hackman, and Al Pacino among many others.
THE DEFECTOR
Sun. 4/28 - 12:15pm - Som 4
Two North Korean women take a perilous 3,000 mile journey to escape into South Korea.
DIRTY WARS
Sat. 4/27 - 6:30pm - Som 2
There are two wars being waged in the Middle East: the one widely covered by the media, and the covert war nobody ever hears about.
DOWNLOADED
Fri. 4/26 - 7:00pm - Som 3
Facebook, iTunes, twitter—we live in a world Napster created. Alex Winter explores the meteoric rise and precipitous fall of the infamous file-sharing service.
THE ELDERS
Sun. 4/28 - 12:45pm - Som 1
Four spirited, independent senior citizens tell a universal story about life’s most important lessons.
THE FINAL MEMBER
Sun. 4/28 - 8:45pm - Brattle
The Icelandic Phallological Museum, the world’s only penis museum, has collected a specimen from every mammal except one.
FUTURE MY LOVE
Sun. 4/28 - 3:00pm - Som 2
An experimental documentary that explores our dual fascination with destruction and relentless optimism about the future.
THE GARDEN OF EDEN
Sun. 4/28 - 12:30pm - Brattle
Israel’s idyllic Gan HaShlosha National Park, better known as the Sakhne, serves as the picturesque backdrop for a portrait of the multilayered Israeli national character.
THE GENIUS OF MARIAN
Sat. 4/27 - 2:45pm - Som 3
While working on a book about her artist mother who died of Alzheimer’s disease, Pam White learns she has Alzheimer’s herself. Her son chronicles Pam’s struggle to hold on to her identity.
GIDEON’S ARMY
Sun. 4/28 - 3:00pm - Brattle
“Heroic” is not too strong a word to describe public defenders, who hold in their hands the lives of people accused of crimes. What keeps these professionals fighting for their ideals? And how do they live with the moral ambiguity and tough conditions of their work?
GOLD FEVER
Sat. 4/27 - 1:00pm - Brattle
For those living near the Marlin Mine in the Guatemalan Highlands, beneath the shine of the gold is a environment of oppression, intimidation, violence, and pollution. As they suffer at the hands of the local mining industry, the demand for product drives record profits for the corporation.
GOOD ’OL FREDA
Sat. 4/27 - 3:00pm - Som 5
The untold story of Beatles secretary and fan club president Freda Kelly.
GORE VIDAL: THE UNITED STATES OF AMNESIA
Sat. 4/27 - 3:30pm - Brattle
The life and ideas of one of America’s most prolific and provocative writers.
HERE ONE DAY
Sun. 4/28 - 2:30pm - Som 4
A longing daughter discovers intimate, dramatic audiotapes left behind by her bipolar mother, who committed suicide. The film follows her family through life, devastation, tragedy, and rebirth.
MUSCLE SHOALS
Sun. 4/28 - 6:00pm - Brattle
Some of the most indelible and iconic music tracks of the last 40 years—by Aretha Franklin, the Rolling Stones, Lynyrd Skynyrd and more—were recorded at an unlikely location: Fame Studios, located on the banks of the Tenessee River in Muscle Shoals, Alabama.
NARCO CULTURA
Sun. 4/28 - 8:30pm - Som 2
Outlaw drug dealers have increasingly become the iconic models of fame and success on both sides of the U.S./Mexican border.
NIGHT LABOR
Sat. 4/27 - 3:30pm - Som 4
Filmmakers David Redmon and Ashley Sabine (DOWNEAST and GIRL MODEL, IFFBoston 2012) follow a solitary laborer whose work underpins the seafood industries in Maine.
OUR NIXON
Fri. 4/26 - 7:15pm - Som 2
This all-archival documentary presents rare home movies and footage not seen since it was seized during the Watergate investigation. The result is an intimate and complex portrait of the Nixon administration as never seen before.
OXYANA
Sat. 4/27 - 9:30pm - Som 4
An epidemic of addiction in a tiny West Virginia town provides the focus for an elegiac meditation on the failure of America’s war on drugs.
PERSISTENCE OF VISION
Sat. 4/27 - 12:00pm - Som 3
Legendary animator Richard Williams (WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT?) spends 25 years developing the greatest animated film never made.
THE PLEASURES OF BEING OUT OF STEP
Sun. 4/28 - 5:15pm - Som 3
Profiles legendary jazz writer and civil libertarian Nat Hentoff, whose career tracked the greatest cultural and political movements of the last 65 years.
THE PUNK SINGER
Thurs. 4/25 - 9:45pm - Som 5
The public legacy and private life of iconic third-wave feminist Kathleen Hanna, frontwoman for Bikini Kill and Le Tigre.
REMOTE AREA MEDICAL
Sun. 4/28 - 2:45pm - Som 3
A pop-up medical clinic for the rural poor in Tennessee illuminates the failures of modern medical care in America.
REWIND THIS!
Sat. 4/27 - 9:00pm - Brattle
Video fanatics keep VHS culture strong into the internet age.
SECUNDARIA
Sat. 4/27 - 1:00pm - Som 1
Local director Mary Jane Doherty follows the lives of three young dancers at the competitive Cuban National Ballet School, the largest ballet high school in the world.
STORIES WE TELL
Sun. 4/28 - 8:15pm - Som 3
Director/actress Sarah Polley (AWAY FROM HER, IFFBoston 2007) delves into her family’s history and reveals a complex story told from many perspectives.
SUITCASE OF LOVE AND SHAME
Sat. 4/27 - 6:45pm - Som 4
A suitcase filled with reel-to-reel tapes documents the secrets of an adulterous affair in the 1960s.
TAKEN BY STORM: THE ART OF STORM THORGERSON AND HIPGNOSIS
Fri. 4/26 - 9:30pm - Brattle
A portrait of the renowned artist and his work designing album covers for bands such as Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin.
TINY: A STORY ABOUT LIVING SMALL
Sun. 4/28 - 9:00pm - Som 4
Directors Christopher Smith and Merete Mueller set out to design and build a tiny house on a trailer bed in Colorado. As they bring the house from sketch to reality, they adjust their notions of what home means.
TOKYO WAKA: A CITY POEM
Thurs. 4/25 - 7:15pm - Som 4
A poetic reflection on how the presence of crows has contributed to the life and culture of Tokyo.
TWENTY FEET FROM STARDOM
Sun. 4/28 - 3:30pm - Som 1
Millions know their voices, but not their names; this is the untold story of backup singers in popular music. Interviews feature Mick Jagger, Bruce Springsteen, Sting, and Stevie Wonder.

Short Films

AFTER YOU // Shorts A
Fri. 4/26 - 7:15pm - Som 5
Sunday 4/28 - 12:00pm - Som 5
Sixty years in the life of a Dublin doorman.
THE ATTENDANT // Shorts C
Sat. 4/27 - 12:45pm - Som 5
Frankie is a parking-lot attendant, and his friend Cathy is in trouble. But, as he tells her, “something will always turn up”.
BEN: IN THE MIND’S EYE // Shorts F
Sat. 4/27 - 9:15pm - Som 5
This portrait of Ben Moylen addresses the behaviors and challenges associated with living with schizophrenia, and illustrates how the disease manifests itself artistically.
BETTER PEOPLE // Shorts B
Fri. 4/26 - 10:00pm - Som 3
Committing to love at first sight can be complicated.
THE BIRDMAN // Shorts D
Sun. 4/28 - 12:30pm - Som 3
Despite the changing nature of buying music online, the quirky owner of Rainbow Music in the East Village maintains his mom-and-pop shop and helps his patrons find what they seek.
BLACK METAL // Shorts B
Fri. 4/26 - 10:00pm - Som 3
After a career spent mining his music from the shadows, the lead singer of a black-metal band finds himself caught in a chain reaction caused by the actions of one fan.
DEAR VALUED GUESTS // Shorts F
Sat. 4/27 - 9:15pm - Som 5
After 44 years, a motel in downtown Columbia, Missouri, takes on a new life before it is set to be demolished.
DIE LIKE AN EGYPTIAN // Shorts F
Sat. 4/27 - 9:15pm - Som 5
A 90-year-old tells the story of how he built his own Egyptian coffin, a dream he’s had since he was 8 years old.
THE END OF THE COUNTER // Shorts C
Sat. 4/27 - 12:45pm - Som 5
In 1965, Matt Melia revolutionized the grocery-shopping experience in Ireland.
FERAL // Shorts A
Fri. 4/26 - 7:15pm - Som 5
Sunday 4/28 - 12:00pm - Som 5
A wild boy is found in the woods by a solitary hunter and brought back to civilization.
THE GAMBLING MAN // Shorts G
Mon. 4/29 - 7:00pm - Som 5
A profile of Albert Hurwit, an 80-year-old retired doctor who can’t read or write music, yet composes an award-winning symphony.
GOLD PARTY // Shorts E
Thurs. 4/25 - 7:30pm - Som 3
Mon. 4/29 - 9:30pm - Som 5
A glimpse into the booming industry of gold-scrap dealing.
HOME // Shorts C
Sat. 4/27 - 12:45pm - Som 5
To what extent are we defined by the homes into which we are born?
INSTALL: SOUND, LIGHT & CRAIG COLORUSSO // Shorts G
Mon. 4/29 - 7:00pm - Som 5
Enter the world of installation artist Craig Colorusso, who transforms our environment through sculpture, light, and sound.
IRISH FOLK FURNITURE // Shorts A
Fri. 4/26 - 7:15pm - Som 5
Sunday 4/28 - 12:00pm - Som 5
An animated documentary about repair and recycling in an Irish village.
JESUS FISH // Shorts B
Fri. 4/26 - 10:00pm - Som 3
A would-be religious con artist and his adopted brother are pitted against aquatic folklore incarnate.
THE LAST ICE MERCHANT // Shorts G
Mon. 4/29 - 7:00pm - Som 5
For the last 53 years, Baltazar Ushca has harvested glacial ice from the tallest mountain in Ecuador.
MAGNESIUM // Shorts B
Fri. 4/26 - 10:00pm - Som 3
A talented gymnast makes a life-changing discovery as she prepares for an important tournament—her last chance to reach the top.
MARCEL, KING OF TERVUREN // Shorts A
Fri. 4/26 - 7:15pm - Som 5
Sunday 4/28 - 12:00pm - Som 5
In this Greek tragedy—as acted out by Belgian roosters—Marcel survives the bird flu, alcohol, sleeping pills, and his son, Max.
OH WILLY... // Shorts A
Fri. 4/26 - 7:15pm - Som 5
Sunday 4/28 - 12:00pm - Som 5
Forced to return to his naturist roots, Willy bungles his way into noble savagery.
PARAISO (PARADISE) // Shorts G
Mon. 4/29 - 7:00pm - Som 5
Three immigrant window cleaners risk their lives daily rappelling down some of Chicago’s tallest skyscrapers. This film reveals the danger of their jobs and what they see on the way down.
POUTERS // Shorts D
Sun. 4/28 - 12:30pm - Som 3
Rivals since childhood, Rab and Danny do battle with pigeons and pride.
THE PROFESSOR // Shorts B
Fri. 4/26 - 10:00pm - Som 3
A professor dreams of marrying a cowboy.
THE RANCHER // Shorts F
Sat. 4/27 - 9:15pm - Som 5
Looks at how a singular history can be expanded to address other historical narratives.
REBORNING // Shorts E
Thurs. 4/25 - 7:30pm - Som 3
Mon. 4/29 - 9:30pm - Som 5
Jean painstakingly crafts dolls to resemble human infants, with astounding accuracy and realism.
REINDEER // Shorts E
Thurs. 4/25 - 7:30pm - Som 3
Mon. 4/29 - 9:30pm - Som 5
Filmmaker Eva Weber captures the reindeer herding that has been the livelihood of the Arctic’s indigenous Sámi people for countless generations.
SEE THE DIRT // Shorts G
Mon. 4/29 - 7:00pm - Som 5
In many ways, 14-year-old Scott MacMillan is just like other kids his age. Except that he collects vacuum cleaners.
SKIN // Shorts B
Fri. 4/26 - 10:00pm - Som 3
A taxidermist and loner in a small town connects with a girl who is entranced by his work.
SLOMO // Shorts E
Thurs. 4/25 - 7:30pm - Som 3
Mon. 4/29 - 9:30pm - Som 5
Depressed and frustrated with his life, Dr. John Kitchin abandons his career as a neurologist, trades his lab coat and IRA for rollerblades, and undergoes a radical transformation into SLOMO.
SOCIAL BUTTERFLY // Shorts B
Fri. 4/26 - 10:00pm - Som 3
When a 30-year-old American woman attends a teenage party in the south of France, guests wonder who she is and what she is doing there.
A STORY OF THE MODLINS // Shorts D
Sun. 4/28 - 12:30pm - Som 3
After appearing in ROSEMARY’S BABY, Elmer Modlin fled to a remote land, keeping his family hidden in a dark apartment for 30 years.
TRACK BY TRACK // Shorts F
Sat. 4/27 - 9:15pm - Som 5
Kendall Collins, an 18-year-old artist with autism, struggles to transition into adult life by using his passion for locomotives and illustration.
TWO HEARTS // Shorts C
Sat. 4/27 - 12:45pm - Som 5
Lorna, a young girl, is haunted by her past when a man she used to know is released from prison.
TWO WHEELS, GOOD // Shorts C
Sat. 4/27 - 12:45pm - Som 5
Combines live action and animation. Four inspiring veterans of the open road celebrate life in the saddle.
VLADIMIR PUTIN IN DEEP CONCENTRATION // Shorts B
Fri. 4/26 - 10:00pm - Som 3
Vladimir Putin is the most powerful man in the world.
WE WILL LIVE AGAIN // Shorts F
Sat. 4/27 - 9:15pm - Som 5
Josh Koury and Myles Kane (WE ARE WIZARDS, IFFBoston 2008) follow the caretakers of the Cryonics Institute as they maintain 99 deceased human bodies for the future.
WHEN THE ZOMBIES COME // Shorts D
Sun. 4/28 - 12:30pm - Som 3
A clerk at a rural hardware store devises a blueprint to survive the zombie apocalypse.
WORLD FAIR // Shorts E
Thurs. 4/25 - 7:30pm - Som 3
Mon. 4/29 - 9:30pm - Som 5
A short, impressionistic documentary about personal memory, amateur cinematography, and visions of the future at the radical 1939 New York World’s Fair.

Shorts Packages

SHORTS A: Animated
Fri. 4/26 - 7:15pm - Som 5
Sun. 4/28 - 12pm - Som 5
OH WILLY...; MARCEL, KING OF TERVUREN; FERAL; AFTER YOU; IRISH FOLK FURNITURE
SHORTS B: Narrative
Fri. 4/26 - 10pm - Som 3
MAGNESIUM; BLACK METAL; JESUS FISH; SKIN; BETTER PEOPLE; VLADIMIR PUTIN IN DEEP; CONCENTRATION; SOCIAL BUTTERFLY; THE PROFESSOR
SHORTS C: Irish
Sat. 4/27 - 12:45pm - Som 5
THE ATTENDANT; TWO HEARTS; HOME; THE END OF THE COUNTER; TWO WHEELS, GOOD
SHORTS D: Documentaries
Sun. 4/28 - 12:30pm - Som 3
WHEN THE ZOMBIES COME; THE BIRDMAN; POUTERS; A STORY OF THE MODLINS
SHORTS E: Documentaries
Thurs. 4/25 - 7:30pm - Som 3
Mon. 4/29 - 9:30pm - Som 5
REINDEER; GOLD PARTY; REBORNING; SLOMO; WORLD FAIR
SHORTS F: Documentaries
Sat. 4/27 - 9:15pm - Som 5
DIE LIKE AN EGYPTIAN; TRACK BY TRACK; THE RANCHER; BEN: IN THE MIND’S EYE; DEAR VALUED GUESTS; WE WILL LIVE AGAIN
SHORTS G: Documentaries
Mon. 4/29 - 7pm - Som 5
THE LAST ICE MERCHANT; PARAISO (PARADISE); SEE THE DIRT; THE GAMBLING MAN; INSTALL: SOUND, LIGHT & CRAIG COLORUSSO

Panels

All panels take place at the Somerville Theatre and are free to the public on a space-available basis.

MEET THE INSIDERS: FILM DISTRIBUTION
Sat. 4/27 - 1pm
Moderator: Jonathan Marlow, Fandor
Panelists: David Laub of Oscilloscope Laboratories and Matt Grady of Factory 25
THE ART OF DOCUMENTARY EDITING: CASE STUDIES
Sat. 4/27 - 3:30pm
Presented by the Karen Schmeer Film Editing Fellowship
Moderator: Garret Savage
Panelists: Francisco Bello (OUR NIXON and BEST KEPT SECRET) and Pola Rapaport (HERE ONE DAY)
THE ART & POLITICS OF END CREDITS
Sun. 4/28 - 1pm
Moderator: Chico Colvard, UMass Boston Film Series curator
Panelists: TBA