The Boston Film Festival is one of America's longest running and most recognized celebration of films. The categories are Feature, Documentary, Short and Animation. The Festival will present a schedule of entertaining, insightful, educational and cutting-edge films. Audiences engage in lively question and answer sessions with the director and actors following every screening. Various awards are presented annually. Many pre-eminent actors and filmmakers have been honored at the BFF including Uma Thurman, Greg Kinnear, Dane Cook, Val Kilmer, Jerry Weintraub, Sir Ridley Scott, Annette Benning and Kevin Spacey, among others.
Boston provides an architecturally rich and vibrant backdrop for filmmakers to experience while they attend the festival. Evening receptions are hosted by the region's signature chefs and restaurants where filmmakers are able to network. Film enthusiasts enjoy the charm of Boston's historical landmarks, parks and public gardens as they walk to events at waterfront restaurants and sidewalk cafes.
Multiple accomplished filmmakers have screened at the festival such as; Marc Abrahams, Suzanne and Jennifer Todd, Sam Mendes, Shane Black, Boaz Yakim, Phillip Guzman, Robert Stone, Harvey Weinstein, Brian Reilly, John Wells, and many more. A partial list of national press outlets that have covered the festival include: Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, People Magazine, Okay, Life and Style, Boston Magazine, The Boston Globe, The Boston Herald, Metro, The Phoenix, Access Hollywood, Extra, E!, and Entertainment Tonight.
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