10th Annual Independent Film Festival of Boston – Day Three Schedule

The Independent Film Festival of Boston is underway, and runs through next Wednesday, May 2nd. The 10th annual edition of the festival has dozens of great movies to choose from over the next several days. We will be doing our best to take in as many films as we can, and presently have plans to see as many as 14 films over the course of the next week.

Here’s the IFFB schedule for Friday April 27. Remember, pass holders need to be there at least 15 minutes before showtime to be seated ahead of ticket holders. You can purchase tickets for all of today’s shows through the IFFB website at http://iffboston.org, and at the Somerville Theatre boxoffice, and also at the Brattle Theatre boxoffice – tickets still available will be sold through the rush line beginning 15 minute prior to the feature’s start.

Check out a different trailer every day from the festival at our parent site, http://popcornnroses.com and http://subjectcinema.com.

Friday, April 27th
6:45 PM
Shorts Package 5: Animation
Short Film | 90 min.
Somerville Theatre 5

7:00 PM
Gregory Crewdson: Brief Encounters
Ben Shapiro 2012 | Documentary | 77 min.
Somerville Theatre 2

7:00 PM
See Girl Run
Nate Meyer | Narrative | 89 min.
Somerville Theatre 4

7:15 PM
Brenna Sanchez, Tom Putnam 2012 | Documentary | 80 min.
Somerville Theatre 1

7:30 PM
All Ages: The Boston Hardcore Film
Drew Stone | Documentary | 85 min.
Brattle Theatre

7:30 PM
Love Free or Die
Macky Alston | Documentary Feature | 93 min.
Somerville Theatre 3

9:15 PM
For Ellen
So Yong Kim | Narrative | 93 min.
Somerville Theatre 5

9:30 PM
Shorts Package 1: Documentaries
Short Film | 86 min.
Somerville Theatre 2

9:45 PM
Heidi Ewing, Rachel Grady | Documentary | 90 min.
Somerville Theatre 4

10:00 PM
Morten Tyldum | Narrative | 101 min.
Somerville Theatre 3

10:15 PM
Ti West, Adam Wingard, Joe Swanberg, David Bruckner, Glenn McQuaid, Radio Silence 2011 | Narrative | 115 min.
Brattle Theatre