IFFBoston 2019.03: Pizza: A Love Story and Not for Resale

By: Jay's Movie Blog

3Sep2019

Both Thursday and Friday wound up being loosely-themed double features for me, though Nancy and the rest of the Festival team don't necessarily plan it that way (I did have to get on the T between Them That Follow and The Death of Dick Long for my &q...

IFFBoston 2019.05: One Child Nation, The Pollinators, Cold Case Hammarskjöld, and For the BIrds

By: Jay's Movie Blog

28Aug2019

Sunday at IFFBoston wasn't quite planned as a documentary day but wound up that way once the overlapping showtimes, need to get back and forth on the subway (though I think this was the first year in a long time when the MBTA didn't have the Red Line...

Fantasia 2019.15: Shooting the Mafia, Lake Michigan Monster, Miss & Mrs. Cops, and DJ XL5's Nine Lives Zappin Party

By: Jay's Movie Blog

30Jul2019

The Zappin Party is usually a couple days earlier, but putting it at roughly the two-thirds mark isn't a bad idea. You've made it more than halfway! And got to one of the few documentaries in the festival. Looking at the program, apparently there...

Fantasia 2019.14: Daniel Isn't Real, House of Hummingbird, and Hard-Core

By: Jay's Movie Blog

29Jul2019

The fact that I'm writing about Fantasia's two-week mark four days later and the dang thing still isn't over is kind of crazy. Remember this when the lightweights in Texas start talking about Fantastic Fest being a lot after three days in September.

Fantasia 2019.09: Blood on Her Name, It Comes, The Wretched, and Alien Crystal Palace

By: Jay's Movie Blog

21Jul2019

Market weekend started Thursday, I think, but people really started showing up on Friday, so it's probably a bit more important to get in line early and such. Hopefully that means Matthew Pope and Don Thompson can get find some distribution for Bl...

Fantasia 2019.05: Dreamland, Chiwawa, G Affairs, and Darlin'

By: Jay's Movie Blog

16Jul2019

I left after doing some work this morning to have my company laptop say it had 27 updates to install when I shut it down. I hope that wasn't a complete mess with how my laptop will sometimes just decide not to see the internet via wifi every once in...

Fantasia 2019.02: The Deeper You Dig, His Bad Blood, and Vivarium

By: Jay's Movie Blog

13Jul2019

I kind of feel like I should apologize to filmmakers for days like Friday, when the way I got up early the previous day leaves me feeling worn down and I just can't make it through a couple of matinees, and a couple of independent films that could pr...

IFFBoston 2019.07: The Farewell

By: Jay's Movie Blog

9Jul2019

This movie opens Friday, I travel Thursday, and writing up everything else has me three months behind on this festival, so I'm starting at the end. The festival ended, as has become traditional, at Coolidge Corner with Amiko Tamagawa (left) taking...

Boston Underground Film Festival 2019.05: Assassinaut, A Lot Like Life, Canary, Happy Face, and The Unthinkable

By: Jay's Movie Blog

6Jul2019

Will not go crazy with the shorts like I did in the last BUFF post. Will not! (Did) First up, the crew from Assassinaut, who made what was often a very impressive little movie although they occasionally confessed to winging it or putting a bit i...

Boston Underground Film Festival 2019.04: Bucket of Truth, Nightshifter, Knife+Heart, and A Hole in the Ground

By: Jay's Movie Blog

9Jun2019

You know what the best part of being behind on your blogging is? Trying to write up 14 short films with an average length of 7-ish minutes a month and a half later. You can either zip through it or make yourself absolutely crazy! Obviously, I we...

Boston Underground Film Festival 2019.03: Tone-Deaf and Mope

By: Jay's Movie Blog

9May2019

I kind of get why BUFF has the local horror block Friday afternoon - it's a classic thing that will bring people with a vested interest out during a less-than-prime slot but maybe won't fill the theater as much during the evening - but I still wish I...

Boston Underground Film Festival 2019.01: Hail Satan? and Clickbait

By: Jay's Movie Blog

21Apr2019

Ah, the first day of BUFF - you stand in line to get your pass, you stand in line to get your ticket, you stand in line for your movie. If you're very lucky, as with this year, it is not raining or snowing. So that's a win. So first up… Hail...

High Life

By: Jay's Movie Blog

3Apr2019

Claire Denis was at the Brattle, and I wound up sitting back a little further than usual and just getting this picture and one where she looked really goofy. This one has The Boston Globe's Ty Burr with his eyes sort of closed, but, hey, he wasn't t...

Independent Film Festival Boston 2018.122: Support the Girls

By: Jay's Movie Blog

25Aug2018

How long has construction been going on in the general area of Landmark's Kendall Square Cinema? Long enough that it has taken on a life of its own, expanding to the point where it has engulfed the main entrance, forcing them to cut a new one into t...

Fantasia 2018.11: Fireworks, Loi Bao, Our House, The Witch: Part 1 - The Subversion, and Parallel

By: Jay's Movie Blog

23Jul2018

The weekend is for starting out in Hall and ending up in DeSève, while the week goes the other way. Thus the expected big crowd for Fireworks (which I'm guessing either didn't play Canada/Quebec earlier in the month or folks just waited for it to p...

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