We are finally nearing the end of the exhilarating and exhausting 2017 Boston Springs A Fethival season, as the last major fest of the spring,  the Independent Film Festival Boston, is officially underway

It’s Sunday, and there are fifteen films, plus several shorts programs, and two more panel discussions today; Once again, the films fill an amazing array of interests – there’s quite literally something for everyone on today’s program. including one of the most buzzed-about films of the spring in an already sold out screening, and the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival Audience Award winner for Best Narrative Film.

Here’s the schedule for today – most screenings take place at the Somerville Theatre, with a couple screenings at the Brattle Theatre in Cambridge.  Box office opens at 6 PM at both venues for this evening’s screenings. Click through on each title to get a full synopsis of the film, as well as ticketing info – remember, IFFB frequently sells out of many of the films it screens, and there are RUSH lines at both venues the night of the screening in case you miss out on early ticketing and want to snag any tickets that become available at the last minute. And for info all at once on all the films, check out the IFFB official website!

1:00  Angelo Unwritten (co-presented by Filmmaker’s Collaborative; director Alice Stone and subjects Laura Bonk & Brick Casey are scheduled to be in attendance, in conversation with Erin Trahan from WBUR’s The ARTery following the screening)
3:30  Abacus: Small Enough To Jail (co-presented by the Boston Asian American Film Festival)
6:15  Lost In Paris (co-presented by the Chlotrudis Society for Independent Film)
8:45  The Little Hours (SOLD OUT; co-presented by Boston Underground Film Festival and Boston Book Festival)

1:00  Street Fighting Men (director Andrew James expected to be in attendance)
4:30  Letting Go Of Adele (director Melissa Dowler expected to be in attendance, in conversation with WBUR’s Vicki Croke post-screening)
7:30  Dean (director/star Demetri Martin expected to be in attendance)

12:45  One October (co-presented by The DocYard)
2:30   PANEL: The Long And Short of It: The Edit For Features and Shorts (free attendance; Presented by the Karen Schmeer Film Editing Fellowship)
5:00   Hedgehog (director Lindsey Copeland expected to be in attendance)
7:45   Dina (co-presented by ReelAbilities Film Festival)

12:15  Shorts Program J (Narrative)
2:30   Shorts Program C (Documentary)
5:15   Shorts Program H (Documentary)
8:00   Burden

12:30  Shorts Program A (Documentary
2:45  Maineland (co=presented by Crows And Sparrows; director Miao Wang expected to be in attendance)
5:30  Shorts Program F (Documentary)
8:15  Shorts Program E (Documentary)

1:15  WGBH Shorts
3:00  Dara Ju (co-presented by Roxbury International Film Festival; director Anthony Onah expected to be in attendance)
6:00  Dolores (co-presented by Filmmakers Collaborative and Boston Latino International Film Festival)
8:30  Dayveon (co-presented by Roxbury International Film Festival)

3:00  PANEL: Scoring for Film and Television (free event; presented by The Arts Fuse)


IFFB continues through May 3, with the bulk of screenings happening at the Somerville Theatre in Somerville, and selected screenings at the Brattle Theatre in Cambridge, and Coolidge Corner Theatre in Brookline. eCinemaBoston will have daily schedule, venue, and ticketing info for you to check out, and of course, IFFB, as it’s commonly known, will be a HUGE part of Subject:CINEMA‘s annual “Boston Springs A Fethival” Double Feature weekend on May 20-21 – two HUGE podcasts devoted entirely to the Boston spring festival circuit – you definitely will NOT want to miss those!

We’ll be here every morning with each day’s schedule, so don’t miss it!