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INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL OF BOSTON ANNOUNCES 2005 PROGRAM LINE-UP

The Independent Film Festival of Boston (IFFB) today announced the films that will be featured at the 2005 Independent Film Festival of Boston. The third annual festival will be held April 21-April 24, 2005. The four day festival, complete with over 100 film screenings, filmmaker Q&A sessions, panel discussions, visiting filmmakers, parties and events will showcase the works of unknown filmmakers who seek to create films that are life changing, thought provoking and expose aspects of life in new and revealing manners.

The East Coast premiere of “LONESOME JIM” directed by Steve Buscemi and featuring Liv Tyler and Casey Affleck will open this year’s festival on Thursday, April 21, 2005 at 7pm at the Somerville Theatre. Steve Buscemi will be in attendance to conduct a Q&A session after the screening.

“ME AND YOU AND EVERYONE WE KNOW” directed by Miranda July will close the Independent Film Festival of Boston on Sunday, April 24 at the Museum of Fine Arts.

INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL OF BOSTON 2005 OFFICIAL SELECTIONS:

Narrative Features
LONESOME JIM, directed by Steve Buscemi
BLACKBALLED: THE BOBBY DUKES STORY, directed by Brant Sersen
BROTHERS, directed by Susanne Bier
CHILDSTAR, directed by Don McKellar
FILMIC ACHIEVEMENT, directed by Kevin Kerwin
THE GIRL FROM MONDAY, directed by Hal Hartley
THE HOLE STORY, directed by Alex Karpovsky
HOME, directed by Matt Zoller Seitz
KINGS AND QUEEN, directed by Arnaud Desplechin
ME AND YOU AND EVERYONE WE KNOW, directed by Miranda July
*MUTUAL APPRECATION, directed by Andrew Bujalski
MYSTERIOUS SKIN, directed by Gregg Araki
*SUNDOWNING, directed by James Cole


Experimental Feature
CHAIN, directed by Jem Cohen

Documentary Features
*ABEL RAISES CAIN, directed by Jenny Abel and Jeff Hockett
AFTER INNOCENCE, directed by Jessica Sanders
AMAZING GRACE: JEFF BUCKLEY, directed by Laurie Trombley and Nyla Bialek Adams
*BUDDY, directed by Cherry Arnold
*CASTING ABOUT, directed by Barry Hershey
*CLOSED ON SUNDAYS, directed by Rudi Schwab
THE FALL OF FUJIMORI, directed by Ellen Perry
THE FUTURE OF FOOD, directed by Deborah Koons Garcia
*IN A NUTSHELL: THE PORTRAIT OF ELIZABETH TASHJIAN, directed by Don Bernier
LIBERIA: AN UNCIVIL WAR, directed by Jonathan Stack and James Brabazon
MARDI GRAS: MADE IN CHINA, directed by David Redmon
MURDERBALL, directed by Henry Alex Rubin and Dana Adam Shapiro
PARALLEL LINES, directed by Nina Davenport
POPAGANDA: THE ARTS AND CRIMES OF RON ENGLISH, directed by Pedro Carvajal
RHYTHM IS IT!, directed by Thomas Grube and Enrique Sanchez Lansch
*SAME SEX AMERICA, directed by Henry Corra
SHAKESPEARE BEHIND BARS, directed by Hank Rogerson
SPEW: THE WORLD OF COMPETITIVE DEBATE, directed by Steven Kung
*STOLEN, directed by Rebecca Dreyfuss
STRANGER: BERNIE WORRELL ON EARTH, directed by Phil Di Fiore
*A WHALE OF A TALE, directed by Peter Lynch
YOUNG REBELS (JOVENES REBLEDES), directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck

Short Films
THE ADVENTURES OF SLATER’S FRIEND, directed by Joshua Safdie and Benjamin Safdie
ALLISON, directed by Jeff Drew
ARE YOU THE FAVORITE PERSON OF ANYBODY?, directed by Miguel Arteta
CARMEN, directed by Nestor Angeles
DON GORSKE: MAC DADDY, directed by Jennifer Sheppard
*DRESSED TO KILL, directed by Jeff Silva
EXHIBIT 42, directed by Glenn Komsky
GOODNIGHT BILL, directed by Jeremy Kipp Walker and John Mitchell
HERBIE!, directed by Drew Barnhardt
INSIDE OUT, directed by Cindy Kleine
LILO & ME, directed by Kip Fulbeck
MAGDA, directed by Chel White
THE MEANING OF LIFE, directed by Don Hertzfeldt
THE NETHERBEAST OF BERM-TECH INDUSTRIES, INC., directed by Dean Ronalds
*THE PASSAGE OF MRS. CALABASH, directed by Scott Tuft
PERFECT HEAT, directed by Miska Drakoczy
RECYCLE, directed by Ondi Timoner and Vasco Nunes
RYAN, directed by Chris Landreth
SAMUEL DEMANGO, directed by Everett Aponte
SPAM-KU: I WON A HAIKU CONTESTABOUT SPAM, directed by Steven Tsuchida
WAKING DREAMS, directed by John Daschbach
THE YOUTH IN US, directed by Joshua Leonard

IFFB After Dark (Midnight Screenings)
DEAD BIRDS, directed by Alex Turner
THE HEART IS DECEITFUL ABOVE ALL THINGS, directed by Asia Argento
WHITE SKIN (LA PEAU BLANCHE), directed by Daniel Roby

* (Asterisk) denotes New England Focus: This year, IFFB has programmed several films that were either made in New England, have New England subject matter, or the filmmaker is from the New England area. These films will be noted in the program and on the Website as New England Focus films, but will be programmed with their respective narrative feature, documentary or short film category.



Special Events
MAYSLES BROTHERS CAREER ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
A CONVERSATION WITH MELVIN VAN PEEBLES
IFFB is proud to present Albert and David Maysles with the first Independent Film Festival of Boston Career Achievement Award on Friday, April 22, 2005 at the Museum of Fine Arts. Maysles will be on hand to accept this award and David’s daughter, Celia Maysles will accept the award on behalf of her father. Wesley Morris of the Boston Globe will moderate a Conversation with Melvin Van Peebles on Sunday, April 24, 2005. Van Peebles will discuss the roots and changing face of independent film, as well as role in it.

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