Friday, March 26, 2010

The Boston Underground Film Festival Info!


Hey if your going to be in the Boston area anytime between now and next week you MUST check out the The Boston Underground Film Festival (or BUFF for short)! I was told about it through Michele "Izzy" Galgana, screening committee member, while chatting with her during the FEARnet Facebook party! Heres what you'll need to know:

It takes place between Now through April 1st at the Kendall Square Theater in Cambridge, MA. Films will be shown throughout the day and night, featuring the best of the bizarre and the insane in indie filmmaking.

Tickets for each screening are available for purchase online in advance or in person at the Kendall Square Cinema box office on the day of the screening:
$10 general admission
$8 with student ID

Recession-Special Pass
Costs $35 and gets you:
admission to all screenings between 3/29-4/1

Festival Pass
Costs $100 and gets you:
admission to all screenings, priority seating, admission to all of our parties, two drink tickets at each party, and BUFF t-shirt

They'll featuring the horror shorts program Tapas of Terror, The Death of Alice Blue, Pieces, Somebody's Knocking at the Door, Amer, and many other strange and wonderful films!

Check out the line up and how to order tickets at bostonunderground.org

There are parties tonight through Sunday night!

So if you can make it, go support some great indie films and have a kick ass time in the process!!!

1 comment:

Drunketh said...

Hmm. I might see Amer tommorow night. I saw the trailers for that a couple months back and loved them. Somebody's Knocking looks interesting, but I don't know if I could take someone with me on that one.