Whew! This year’s Independent Film Festival Boston (IFFBoston) was a whirlwind, with so many amazing feature films, shorts, and appearances by filmmakers, cast, and crew. It was really inspiring to meet so many talented people and hear them answer questions about their craft, their creative process, and current and future projects. The festival had great energy, with screening rooms packed with enthusiastic audiences and an incredible staff of volunteers to keep things running smoothly.
I had so much fun documenting the festival, not to mention getting to see lots of great films. Some of my personal favorites: Sleepwalk With Me, by Mike Birbiglia; Julia Delpy’s 2 Days in New York; One Night Stand, a documentary about the 24 Hour Musicals project; Lauren Greenfield’s Queen of Versailles; and the incredible short film Mondays at Racine by Cynthia Wade.
Check out a gallery of my images from the week here; and make sure to come out to next year’s IFFBoston!