BSAF 2019: Boston Underground Film Festival, Day Five

Hey kiddies, it’s that time of year again – time to traipse out to Cambridge  (NOT Boston, as I’ve pointed out year after year after year…) to the Brattle Theatre and take in all the fun weirdness in film that will be celebrated at the 2019 Boston Underground Film Festival! This year’s lineup has something for everyone, and it’s gonna be AWESOME!

It’s day five of BUFF, and it’s a FULL DAY of fun today, ending with the closing night features this evening, and it’s been a raucous festival to say the least this year!.  Below, you’ll find today’s  schedule – click on the links for full show information and ticket information – but buy your tickets EARLY – these shows have a history of selling out, and you don’t want to miss out!

12:00 PM – Assassinaut (US Premiere -director Drew Bolduc in attendance; co-presented by Boston Sci-Fi)

2:00 PM  – A Lot Like Life – Animated Shorts Program

4:00 PM – Canary (Massachusetts premiere; co-presented by Wicked Queer)

6:30 PM – Happy Face (East Coast Premiere; director Alexandre Franchi in attendance)

8:45 PM – The Unthinkable

As always, if you don’t have a pass, but have tickets, get in line early – and there will be a rush line for all films if any tickets are still available.  I cannot stress this enough – GET TICKETS EARLY – they could sell out at any moment!!!

Last night, audiences went nuts over the “secret screening” which turned out to be critically adored horror film “A Hole In The Ground” – Twitter was absolutely freaking out about it being here for the fest…more proof why BUFF is a necessary and much beloved component of the fests that make up the Boston Springs A Fehtival season, eh?

The Brattle Theatre, home to BUFF for six years running, is located at 40 Brattle Street in Cambridge. Public Transportation is less than a block away if you so choose to use the “T”.

And with that, the 21st annual Boston Underground Film Festival IS A WRAP!! We’ll be covering BUFF and the other NINE festivals and film series that happen in greater Boston between March 1 and May 1 every year coming up in late May on our two part “Boston Springs A Fethival” episodes of eCinemaOne‘s Subject:CINEMA podcast!

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