Friday marked the first day of the 23rd Annual Boston Film Festival. It runs for the rest of the week until the 21st at the Boston Common AMC Loews Theater.
“We looked for movies and documentaries that are emotionally engaging and that dare to push the boundaries of contemporary cinema in a compelling way.”
This week, the festival will premiere over 50 full length feature films, documentaries and shorts. The shortest ones, each at a mere 5 minutes, are entitled, The Bag Lady Diaries and Massacre at Murambi.
The Massacre at Murambi, made by PBS, documents the 1994 massacre at a
According to the Internet Movie Database, (my all time favorite website, which I will be referencing a lot!) the movie follows two down and out friends from childhood. One, an aspiring film maker who breaks up with his fiancé, invites the other a long with him to a film festival and I’m sure a raucous time occurs through out the plot. Sounds like it could be worth 95 minutes of my time.