Great stuff playing at IFFB all weekend, and today is no different!
Among the highlights today:
SXSW Grand Prize winner That Evening Sun, with stsrs Hal Holbrook and Barry Corbin in attendance ( review coming this week)
Trinidad, a documentary focusing on Trinidad, Colorado, which has become known as the sex change capital of the world (review coming this week)
Shouting Fire: Stories From the Edge Of Free Speech, examining the relationships among education, politics, and public safety
Luckey, a local based documentary following Tom Luckey, a local sculptor of abstract childrens climbing structures who was suddenly paralyzed, and now is working with his son Spencer to complete a three story piece at the Boston Children's Museum
Breaking Upwards , another SXSW grad, tells the story of Daryl and Zoe, who are bored with their relationship and decide to attempt to make the transition to breaking up easier for them, starring writer/director Daryl Wein and co-writer Zoe Lister Jones (review coming this week)
For more on these and the rest of today's schedule and films, go to http://iffboston.org!