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  • Independent Film Festival Boston Announces Their 2012 Festival Program

    IFFB Boston 2012

    By | March 23, 2012

    The Independent Film Festival of Boston (IFFBoston) shows films that people might not get a chance to see anywhere else, films that are both innovative and crowd-pleasing. The festival features a selection of American movies made outside the Hollywood studio system, and International films, with a mix of narrative features and documentaries, short films, including animation and experimental genres.

    Running from April 25 – May 2, 2012, IFFBoston celebrates their 10th anniversary with yet another stellar line-up of some of our favorite independent films of 2012.

    Opening Night Film

    SLEEPWALK WITH ME
    directed by Mike Birbiglia

    Closing Night Film

    THE QUEEN OF VERSAILLES
    directed by Lauren Greenfield

    Narrative Features

    2 DAYS IN NEW YORK
    directed by Julie Delpy

    BEYOND THE BLACK RAINBOW
    directed by Panos Cosmatos

    DARK HORSE
    directed by Todd Solondz

    FAIRHAVEN
    directed by Tom O’Brien

    FOR ELLEN
    directed by So Yong Kim

    FRANCINE
    directed by Brian Cassidy & Melanie Shatzky

    GAYBY
    directed by Jonathan Lisecki

    GOD BLESS AMERICA
    directed by Bobcat Goldthwait

    HEADHUNTERS
    directed by Morten Tyldum

    I WISH
    directed by Hirokazu Koreeda

    KEYHOLE
    directed by Guy Maddin

    KID-THING
    directed by David Zellner

    LIBERAL ARTS
    directed by Josh Radnor

    THE LONELIEST PLANET
    directed by Julia Loktev

    NOBODY WALKS
    directed by Ry Russo-Young

    OK, GOOD
    directed by Daniel Martinico

    POLISSE
    directed by Maiwenn

    RUBBERNECK
    directed by Alex Karpovsky

    SEE GIRL RUN
    directed by Nate Meyer

    SUN DON’T SHINE
    directed by Amy Seimetz

    THINK OF ME
    directed by Bryan Wizemann

    TRISHNA
    directed by Michael Winterbottom

    V/H/S
    directed by Ti West, Adam Wingard, Joe Swanberg,Radio Silence, Glenn McQuaid, and David Bruckner

    WELCOME TO PINE HILL
    directed by Keith Miller

    THE WHIRLPOOL
    directed by Alvin Case

    WITHOUT
    directed by Mark Jackson

    WUTHERING HEIGHTS
    directed by Andrea Arnold

    YOUR SISTER’S SISTER
    directed by Lynn Shelton

    Documentary Features

    AI WEIWEI: NEVER SORRY
    directed by Alison Klayman

    ALL AGES: THE BOSTON HARDCORE FILM
    directed by Drew Stone

    ANDREW BIRD: FEVER YEAR
    directed by Xan Aranda

    THE ATOMIC STATES OF AMERICA
    directed by Don Argott & Sheena M. Joyce

    BEAUTY IS EMBARRASSING
    directed by Neil Berkeley

    BEWARE OF MR. BAKER
    directed by Jay Bulger

    BURN
    directed by Tom Putnam & Brenna Sanchez

    CERRO RICO, TIERRA RICA
    directed by Juan Vallejo

    THE CENTRAL PARK EFFECT
    directed by Jeffrey Kimball

    CODE OF THE WEST
    directed by Rebecca Richman Cohen

    DETROPIA
    directed by Heidi Ewing & Rachel Grady

    DOWNEAST
    directed by David Redmon & Ashley Sabin

    FROM NOTHING, SOMETHING
    directed by Tim Cawley

    GIRL MODEL
    directed by David Redmon & Ashley Sabin

    GREGORY CREWDSON: BRIEF ENCOUNTERS
    directed by Ben Shapiro

    HIGH TECH, LOW LIFE
    directed by Steve Maing

    HOW TO SURVIVE A PLAGUE
    directed by David France

    THE IMPOSTER
    directed by Bart Layton

    JASON BECKER: NOT DEAD YET
    directed by Jesse Vile

    JEFF
    directed by Chris James Thompson

    JUST LIKE BEING THERE
    directed by Scout Shannon

    KNUCKLEBALL! (Sneak Preview Screening)
    directed by Ricki Stern & Annie Sundberg

    THE LIST
    directed by Beth Murphy

    LOVE AND OTHER ANXIETIES
    directed by Lyda Kuth

    LOVE FREE OR DIE
    directed by Macky Alston

    ONE NIGHT STAND
    directed by Elisabeth Sperling & Trish Dalton

    PELOTERO
    directed by Ross Finkel, Trevor Martin, & Jonathan Paley

    PLIMPTON! STARRING GEORGE PLIMPTON AS HIMSELF (Sneak Preview Screening)
    directed by Tom Bean & Luke Poling

    PAUL WILLIAMS STILL ALIVE
    directed by Stephen Kessler

    THE REVISIONARIES
    directed by Scott Thurman

    THE SHEIK AND I
    directed by Caveh Zahedi

    TIME ZERO: THE LAST YEAR OF POLAROID FILM
    directed by Grant Hamilton

    UNDER AFRICAN SKIES
    directed by Joe Berlinger

    WE ARE LEGION: THE STORY OF THE HACKTIVISTS
    directed by Brian Knappenberger

    WE’RE NOT BROKE
    directed by Karin Hayes & Victoria Bruce

    Short Films

    24 HOURS AT THE SOUTH STREET DINER
    directed by Tom Dowler & Melissa Dowler

    AARON BURR, PART 2
    directed by Dana O’Keefe

    AGLOW
    directed by Howard Libov

    AMERICAN JUGGALO
    directed by Sean Dunne

    BEAR
    directed by Nash Edgerton

    BELLY
    directed by Julia Pott

    BIRDBOY
    directed by Alberto Vazquez

    BLANCHE FRAISE
    directed by Frederick Tremblay

    BRUTE FORCE
    directed by Ben Steinbauer

    CATCAM
    directed by Seth Keal

    DONALD CRIED
    directed by Kris Avedisian

    FULL-TIME MINISTRY
    directed by Helen Hood Scheer

    THE FUSE: OR HOW I BURNED SIMON BOLIVAR
    directed by Igor Drljaca

    HELLION
    directed by Kat Candler

    HURDY GURDY
    directed by Daniel Seideneder & Daniel Pfeiffer

    I BEAT MIKE TYSON
    directed by Joshua Weinstein

    IT’S SUCH A BEAUTIFUL DAY
    directed by Don Hertzfeldt

    LAS PALMAS
    directed by Johannes Nyholm

    THE LOOKOUT
    directed by Brian Bolster

    THE LOVE COMPETITION
    directed by Brent Hoff

    THE MAKER
    directed by Christopher Kezelos

    MEANING OF ROBOTS
    directed by Matt Lenski

    MONDAYS AT RACINE
    directed by Cynthia Wade

    NEVE & SONS
    directed by Duygu Erucman

    ONCE IT STARTED IT COULD NOT END OTHERWISE
    directed by Kelly Sears

    PEOPLE PARADE
    directed by John Wilson & Chris Maggio

    SLOW DEREK
    directed by Dan Ojari

    SONG OF THE SPINDLE
    directed by Drew Christie

    SPOILS: EXTRAORDINARY HARVEST
    directed by Alex Mallis

    TABULA RASA
    directed by Matthew Rankin

    TWO’S A CROWD
    directed by Tom Isler & Jim Isler

    WE REFUSE TO BE COLD
    directed by Alexander Carson

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