2007 Independent Film Festival Boston Line-Up

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.