Parents, grab your babies and lock them away for safekeeping…it’s the 2o17 edition of the Boston Underground Film Festival! Taking place at Cambridge’s Brattle Theatre, BUFF brings to The Hub the best possible offering of crazy, disturbing, subversive, and out and out gonzo movies for fans to enjoy the hell out of!
Saturday is hella busy at BUFF, and it’s also the only day that you can be safe in bringing kids along…at least for one show – the annual Saturday Morning Cartoons all-you-can-eat cartoons and cereal show which kicks off at 10 AM at the Brattle Theatre.
Several screenings take place today at Harvard Film Archive as well. Since there’s so much to see and choose from today, we’ll let you peruse things. Here’s today’s schedule – click on the links below to see where and when, and what it’s all about:
10 AM Saturday Morning Cartoons – Brattle Theatre
12 PM Fraud – Harvard Film Archive
1:30 PM Neighborhood Food Drive – Harvard Film Archive
2 PM Sound And Vision (music video shorts)- Brattle Theatre
3:45 PM Most Beautiful Island (SXSW 2017 Best Narrative Winner) – Harvard Film Archive
4 PM Don’t Look Back Into The Sun (shorts) – Brattle Theatre
7 PM She’s Allergic To Cats – Brattle Theatre
9:30 PM The Void – Brattle Theatre
11:59 PM Saint Bernard – Brattle Theatre
As noted above, screenings take place today at both the Brattle Theatre and Harvard Film Archive. Tickets for most of the films being presented can be purchased at the Brattle website. Tickets for the HFA showings can be picked up from BUFF’s official website; be sure to check it out for complete info on all the films coming up!
On another note, Twitter was abuzz last evening after BUFF’s hush-hush Secret Screening, which turned out to be the new thriller starring Mr. Robot‘s Rami Malik, Buster’s Mal Heart – lots of great word of mouth about the screening and the film itself. People obviously had a great time judging from the word of mouth…so methinks BUFF should try one of these Secret Screenings every year…just sayin’…
The Boston Underground FIlm Festival wraps up Sunday for another year with more great underground films, shorts and the like. Be sure to check in with eCinemaBoston each day for film and schedule information. And don’t forget – coverage of the Boston Underground Film Festival is ALWAYS a highlight of Subject:CINEMA’s “Boston Springs A Fethival” two-show super weekend May 20-21 at eCinemaBoston and parent site eCinemaOne…don’t miss it!