BSAF 2018: Independent Film Festival Boston, Day Five

IT’S HERE! IT’S HERE! As we told you several weeks back, spring is the busiest season for film festivals in Metro Boston. And we’ve still got ONE LAST FESTIVAL to go! The final festival of the spring is here, and as such,  Boston Springs A Fethival 2018 is winding down with daily coverage and such for the 2018 edition of Independent Film Festival Boston! So be sure to keep your browser turned to for all the latest info!

Today’s schedule is filled to the brim as Independent Film Festival Boston continues Sunday with screenings at the Brattle Theater in Cambridge and all five theaters and the Microcinema at the Somerville Theatre in Somerville all day. As always, there’s a ton of great films and shorts to choose from, including some really popular buzz titles and several panels that you’re going to find it difficult to decide what to see! So here we go -below you will find the daily schedule – click on the link for each title and ticketing information therein:

Nothing Is Truer Than Truth 1 PM
That Summer 3:30 PM
The Third Murder 6 PM
Beast 8:30 PM

Black Memorabilia 2:15 PM
On Chesil Beach 4:30 PM
Blindspotting 7:30 PM

Farmsteaders 3 PM
Phantom Cowboys 5 PM
Lovesick – 8 PM – RUSH LINE ONLY

Shorts – Clarendon Block (narrative) 12:15 PM
Lovesick – 2:45 PM – RUSH LINE ONLY
Dark Money 5:15 PM
Shorts – Exeter Block (narrative) 8:15 PM

Shorts – Hereford Block (documentary) 12:30 PM
We The Animals – 3:15 PM – RUSH LINE ONLY
Shorts – Berkeley Block (narrative) 5:30 PM
Shorts – Gloucester Block (documentary) 8:30 PM

Life Without Basketball 12:45 PM
What It Takes 3:45 PM
First Reformed 6 PM – RUSH LINE ONLY
Hot Summer Nights – 8:45 PM – RUSH LINE ONLY

Panel: Boston Open Screen 12 PM (no ticket required)

What a lineup today! A lot of hot “buzz” films on the schedule, including “Beast”, with Robert Pattenson and Mia Wasikowska, “Hot Summer Nights” starring hot Oscar nominee and current golden boy Timothee Chalamet, “First Reformed”, “Blindspotting” and “On Chesil Beach” for your perusal today. Remember, any films marked “RUSH LINE ONLY” are technically SOLD OUT – to have your chance to see the film or short series you need to be there early to snatch up any last minute tickets that may become available! Also keep in mind that a number of films may have special guests, such as a director, producer, or one of the stars or subjects of the film in attendance for discussion after the film.

IFFB, as it’s commonly known, will continue through next Wednesday, May 2. Screenings for the rest of this week continue at the Somerville Theatre in Somerville, as well as Cambridge’s Brattle Theatre, then moves to the Coolidge Corner Theatre in Brookline for the final two nights. There is a TON of movies showing at the fest, including some favorites from all of the major January fest circuit, SXSW, and Toronto, so you do NOT want to miss out! We’ll have day to day ticket info here, but to be sure you can get in to what you want to see, check out the IFFB’s official site and order tickets as early as possible!  As noted above, there WILL be Rush Lines for most features at the locations, but you are NOT guaranteed a seat if they sell out – only a limited number of tickets will be available. Be here for each daily schedule and we’ll let you now if things are sold out, and also if you need to buy RIGHT AWAY!

Be sure to stay informed! And IFFB will be part of our sister podcast Subject:CINEMA’s massive BSAF coverage throughout the month of May, and also in our huge BSAF SuperGuide PDF online magazine, also coming in mid-May!