In order to appreciate this smorgasbord of schlock by independent filmmakers from around New England, it’s best to understand the program in context
Boston Underground Film Festival
Film Reviews: A Not-So Short Dispatch on Short Films at the Boston Underground Film Festival
I’m happy to report that the local scene has lost none of its eccentricity thanks to a deluge of talented filmmakers and animators with a taste for the offbeat. Stay weird Boston!
Film Review: At BUFF-o-WEEN — The “Blood & Flesh” of Al Adamson, King of the Shoestring Budget
“They were pieces of shit when we shot ‘em, but later on they became relics.”
Film Review: At the Boston Underground Film Festival — “Knife+Heart” and “Mope”
My mind is busy considering the presence of two distinctly engrossing thrillers of sex and violence set within the adult film industry, one a vividly romantic neo-giallo fairy tale, the other a discomfiting, tragicomic spiral into murder and depravity.
Coming Attractions in Film: April 2012
It’s film festival time! That means you need to stretch, exercise, and drink plenty of liquids because there’s a lot to see. The month is capped with an amazing line up of 66 features at the Independent Film Festival of Boston.