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2018 Festival Interview: Liberty and Justice: A Cautionary Tale in the Land of the Free

20 Sep , 2018 | Written by John W. Arvanitis | Posted by:

Liberty and Justice get lost wandering through a dark wood in search of a new leader in this wordless stop-motion political satire.

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Documentary | Festival Interviews | Film Festival & Event Profiles | Interviews | New England | Short Films | Vermont

2018 Festival Interview: Looking Back at Me

20 Sep , 2018 | Posted by:

In this short documentary, Alex Escajac tells the story of Sade Bolger, an 18-year-old musician from Vermont who recently came out as non-binary,

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Documentary | Festival Interviews | Film Festival & Event Profiles | Film Festivals | Interviews | Massachusetts | Short Films

2018 Festival Interview: Eastie

17 Sep , 2018 | Written by John W. Arvanitis | Posted by:

Eastie explores how gentrification and corporate competition converge to put Cucchiello’s Bakery out of business after 70 years of operation in East Boston.

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Documentary | Festival Interviews | Film Festival & Event Profiles | Interviews | Massachusetts | Vermont

2018 Festival Interview: The Longest Year

17 Sep , 2018 | Posted by:

Through abstract natural images and the voices of loved ones, Jessie Beers-Altman unpacks a tragic, life-altering event.

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Comedy | Documentary | Festival Interviews | Massachusetts

2018 Festival Interviews: To the Editor: Consider the Crow’s Point of View

14 Sep , 2018 | Written by John W. Arvanitis | Posted by:

Consider this playful re-enactment of a letter to the editor that was actually published in the Provincetown Banner.

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Drama | Festival Interviews | Film Festival & Event Profiles | Film Festivals | New England | New Hampshire | Short Films

2018 Film Festival Interviews: Rabbits

14 Sep , 2018 | Written by John W. Arvanitis | Posted by:

A lonely farmer reflects on the death of his wife and we learn that there may be more to the story.

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Connecticut | Documentary | Festival Interviews | Film Festival & Event Profiles | Interviews | Massachusetts | New England | Short Films

2018 Festival Interview: Edward Hopper & Marshall’s House

13 Sep , 2018 | Written by John W. Arvanitis | Posted by:

Bob Burnett captures the perspectives of curators and five generations of Marshalls in his loving and curious look at Edward Hopper’s famous painting.

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Animation | Festival Interviews | Film Festival & Event Profiles | Massachusetts | Rhode Island

2018 Festival Interview: The Reflection in Me

13 Sep , 2018 | Written by John W. Arvanitis | Posted by:

If your reflection could talk, what would it say to you?

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2018 Festival Interview: Nobel Prize

12 Sep , 2018 | Written by John Arvanitis | Posted by:

Anthony Ambrosino’s pithy meditation on language, usage and how we all combat border at a minimum wage job will make you laugh, cautiously.

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Festival Interviews | Film Festival & Event Profiles | Film Festivals | Massachusetts

IFFBoston 2018 Preview: An Interview with Nancy Campbell

23 Apr , 2018 | Written by Evan Crean | Posted by:

Elsie Fisher with her head on her hands looking longingly at a computer screen in Bo Burnham's Eighth Grade, the opening night film at IFFBoston 2018.

Contributing Editor Evan Crean sits down with Independent Film Festival Boston’s Program Director Nancy Campbell to discuss IFFBoston 2018 on his podcast Spoilerpiece Theatre.

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