2006 IFFBOSTON FILMS ANNOUNCED

2006 IFFBOSTON FILMS ANNOUNCED

IFFBoston has expanded its running time from four to six days. The festival will feature more than 60 films and 100 screenings over its six day run, Wednesday, April 19 – Monday, April 24.

NARRATIVE FEATURES
Brothers of the Head directed by Keith Fulton & Louis Pepe
Chalk directed by Mike Akel
Cocaine Angel directed by Michael Tully
Down In The Valley directed by David Jacobson
Edmond directed by Stuart Gordon
Ellektra directed by Rudolf Mestdagh
Great New Wonderful directed by Danny Leiner
The Guatemalan Handshake directed by Todd Rohal
Half Nelson directed by Ryan Fleck ***Opening Night Film***
In Between Days directed by So Yong Kim
The Last Romantic directed by Adam Nee & Aaron Nee
The Legend of Lucy Keyes directed by John Stimpson
The Limbo Room directed by Debra Eisenstadt
LOL directed by Joe Swanberg
Look Both Ways directed by Sarah Watt
Memoires Affectives directed by Francis Leclerc
The Piano Tuner of Earthquakes directed by Timothy Quay & Stephen Quay
The Proposition directed by John Hillcoat ***Closing Night Film***
The Puffy Chair directed by Mark Duplass and Jay Duplass
Under The Rainbow directed by J.R. Heffelfinger

IFFBOSTON AFTER DARK
Death Trance directed by Yuji Shimomura
District B13 directed by Pierre Morel

DOCUMENTARY FEATURES
ABDUCTION The Megumi Yokota Story directed by Chris Sheridan
American Blackout directed by Ian Inaba
Arctic Son directed by Andrew Walton
As Smart As They Are: The Author Project directed by Joe Pacheco
Before The Music Dies directed by Andrew Shapter & Joel Rasmussen
Downtown Locals directed by Robin Muir & Rory Muir
El Inmigrante directed by John Eckenrode, David Eckenrode, and John Sheedy
Excavating Taylor Mead directed by William Kirkley
Forgiving Dr. Mengele directed by Bob Hercules & Sheri Pugh
F*ck directed by Steve Andrerson
The Giant Buddhas directed by Christian Frei
I For India directed by Sandhya Suri
Infamy directed by Doug Pray
Not A Photograph: The Mission of Burma Story directed by David Kleiler, Jr. and Jeff Iwanicki ***World Premiere***
Pick Up The Mic directed by Alex Hinton
Red, White, Black & Blue directed by Tom Putnam ***World Premiere***
Romantico directed by Mark Becker
Shadow Company directed by Nick Bicanic
So Much So Fast directed by Steven Ascher and Jeannie Jordan
Street Fight directed by Marshall Curry
Thin directed by Lauren Greenfield
The Trials of Darryl Hunt directed by Ricki Stern & Annie Sundberg
Waiting To Inhale directed by Jed RiffeC
Walking To Werner directed by Linas Phillips ***Sneak Preview***
The Well directed by Kristian Petri
Wordplay directed by Patrick Creadon
Workingman’s Death directed by Michael Glawogger

SHORT FILMS
At The Quinte Hotel directed by Bruce Alcock
Cox & Combes’ Washington directed by Brad Neely
Darling Darling directed by Matthew Lessner
Day of John directed by Chris Nash
Dragon directed by Troy Morgan
Fable directed by Daniel Sousa
Hello, Thanks directed by Andrew Blubaugh
Hiro directed by Christopher Leone
Me, My Bag, and My Ball directed by Diego Ongaro & Thomas Pousson
Missing Pages (Amended Version) directed by Jerome Olivier
Oedipus directed by Rong
A Painful Glimpse Into My Writing Process directed by Chel White
Perfection directed by Karen Lin
Revenge-A-Go-Go directed by Ryosuke Ogawa
Rising Tide directed by Robert Todd
Safety First directed by Scott Calonico
‘Til Death directed by Phoef Sutton
3 Seconds My Arse directed by Anna McCaughtry
The Walking Ink directed by Thomas Barndt
Who I Am And What I Want directed by Chris Sheperd & David Shrigley
The Wraith of Cobble Hill directed by Adam Parrish King
Zombie-American directed by Nick Poppy

For more info, visit the Independent Film Festival of Boston website.




Posted on March 17, 2006 in Festivals by
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