2007 Independent Film Festival Boston Line-up

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The Independent Film Festival Boston is really starting to become one of the premiere film gatherings in the U.S. It’s amazing that a festival could have grown so fast in only five short years. The IFFB today announced their 2007 line-up, which is a great mix new titles in addition to festival circuit favorites (Sundance, Toronto). We have a special sneak peak at the yet-to-be-officially announced 2007 line-up below:


NARRATIVE FEATURES
Away from Her
directed by Sarah Polley
The Beach Party at the End of the World
directed by Kevin Wheatley & Jonny Gilette
Black Sheep
directed by Jonathan King
Brooklyn Rules
directed by Michael Corrente (World premiere)
Congorama
directed by Philippe Falardeau
Day Night Day Night
directed by Julia Loktev
Eagle vs. Shark
directed by Taika Waititi
Fay Grim
directed by Hal Hartley
Fido
directed by Andrew Currie
The Good Times Kid
directed by Azazel Jacobs
Great World of Sound
directed by Craig Zobel
Gretchen
directed by Steven Collins
Hannah Takes the Stairs
directed by Joe Swanberg
Kinetta
directed by Giorgos Lanthimos
The Living and the Dead
directed by Simon Rumley
Low and Behold
directed by Zack Godshall
Monkey Warfare
directed by Reginald Harkema
On Broadway
directed by Dave McLaughlin (World premiere)
Pretty in the Face
directed by Nate Meyer
Quiet City
directed by Aaron Katz
The Sensation of Sight
directed by Aaron Weiderspahn
The Ten
directed by David Wain
Time and Tide
directed by Josh Salzman & Julie Bayer
Year of the Fish
directed by David Kaplan

DOCUMENTARY FEATURES
Audience of One
directed by Michael Jacobs
The Cats of Mirikitani
directed by Linda Hattendorf
Beyond Belief
directed by Beth Murphy
Comrades in Dreams
directed by Uli Gaulke
Darius Goes West
directed by Logan Smalley
Encounter Point
directed by Ronit Avni & Julia Bacha
Greensboro: Closer to the Truth
directed by Adam Zucker
Kamp Katrina
directed by David Redmon & Ashley Sabin
The Killer Within
directed by Macky Alston
King Corn
directed by Aaron Wolfe
The King of Kong
directed by Seth Gordon
Lake of Fire
directed by Tony Kaye
A Lawyer Walks into a Bar
directed by Eric Chaiken
Monster Camp
directed by Cullen Hoback
The Paper
directed by Aaron Matthews
Pervert’s Guide to Cinema
directed by Sophie Fiennes
Protagonist
directed by Jessica Yu
Punk’s Not Dead
directed by Susan Dynner
Row Hard No Excuses
directed by Luke Wolbach
Rumbo A Las Grandes Ligas
directed by Jared Goodman
Shadow of the House
directed by Allie Humenuk (World premiere)
Silver Jew
directed by Michael Tully
Slam Planet: War of the Words
directed by Mike Henry & Kyle Fuller
Stirring it Up: The New Dissenter
directed by Louis Yansen
Strange Culture
directed by Lynn Hershman Leeson
Super Amigos
directed by Arturo Perez Torres
The Third Monday in October
directed by Vanessa Roth
Zoo
directed by Robinson Devor

SHORT SUBJECT
The Back of Her Head
directed by Josh Safdie
By Modern Measure
directed by Matthew Lessner
A Death In The Woods
directed by Scott Teems
Death Trike
directed by Brian Singleton (U.S. premiere)
Disconnected
directed by Karl Lind
Establishing Shots
directed by Christopher McNamara
Everything Will Be Okay
directed by Don Hertzfeldt
The Fighting Cholitas
directed by Mariam Jobrani
Freeheld
directed by Cynthia Wade
God Provides
directed by Brian Cassidy & Melanie Shatzky
The Haircut
directed by Bohdana Smyrnova
Lola
directed by Matthew Ross
Lullaby
directed by Karl Lind
Motodrom
directed by Joerg Wagner
Patterns 1
directed by Jamie Travis
Patterns 2
directed by Jamie Travis
Patterns 3
directed by Jamie Travis
Pop Foul
directed by Moon Molson
Rabbit
directed by Run Wrake
The Refuge City
directed by Wojciech Kasperski
The Runner
directed by Robert DeLeskie
The Saddest Boy In The World
directed by Jamie Travis
Scaredycat
directed by Andy Blubaugh
Songbird
directed by John Thompson
The Tell Tale Heart
directed by Raul Garcia
Windows Masks Doors
directed by Sarah Orenstein

The Fifth Annual Independent Film Festival Of Boston will take place April 25th to April 30th. For Passes or more information go to IFFBoston.org.

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