Independent Film Festival of Boston – Day Six through Eight schedules

The Independent Film Festival of Boston is underway, and runs through 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.

Here’s the IFFB schedules for Monday, April 30 through Wednesday, May 2.  The festival’s last full day of activity is today, and then will wind down with three features at the Coolidge Corner in Brookline on Tuesday and Wednesday.Remember, pass holders need to be there at least 15 minutes before showtime to be seated ahead of ticket holders – tickets still available will be sold through the rush line at the location the feature is playing beginning 15 minute prior to the feature’s start.

Monday, April 30th

6:30 PM
Shorts Package 2: Documentaries
Short Film | 87 min.
Somerville Theatre 5

6:45 PM
The Revisionaries
Scott Thurman | Documentary | 83 min.
Somerville Theatre 3

7:00 PM
Beauty Is Embarrassing
Neil Berkeley 2012 | Documentary | 92 min.
Somerville Theatre 4

7:15 PM
High Tech, Low Life
Stephen Maing 2012 | Documentary | 84 min.
Somerville Theatre 2

7:30 PM
Your Sister’s Sister
Lynn Shelton 2011 | Narrative | 90 min.
Somerville Theatre 1

9:00 PM
The Sheik and I
Caveh Zahedi 2012 | Documentary | 107 min.
Somerville Theatre 5

9:15 PM
Beware of Mr. Baker
Jay Bulger 2012 | Documentary | 100 min.
Somerville Theatre 3

9:30 PM
Nobody Walks
Ry Russo Young | Narrative | 85 min.
Somerville Theatre 4

9:45 PM

Headhunters
Morten Tyldum | Narrative | 101 min.
Somerville Theatre 2

Tuesday, May 1st

7:00 PM
Paul Williams Still Alive
Stephen Kessler | Documentary | 120 min.
Coolidge Corner Theatre

9:30 PM
Rubberneck
Alex Karpovsky 2012 | Narrative | 82 min.
Coolidge Corner Theatre

Wednesday, May 2nd

8:00 PM
The Queen of Versailles
Lauren Greenfield | Documentary | 100 min.
Coolidge Corner Theatre

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