SUMMER PREVIEW 2015

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Summer is here, so let’s get down to brass tacks about the beaches, pools, food, concerts, arts events, theater happenings and everything else that makes summer in Boston summer.

IFF-Y PROGRAMMING: A RUNDOWN OF THE 2015 INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL BOSTON

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If you were to customize a calendar by marking off the events most integral to Boston film culture, there’s one week you’d highlight a shade deeper than the rest: The Independent Film Festival Boston.

SPRING PREVIEW 2015: ALL THE THEATER, FILM, FOOD, AND BEER TO LOOK FORWARD TO

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Now that life has just begun to squeak its way out from the cracks between the ice and snow, bookmark this spread for all you future springtime fun time planning needs.

CRONENBERGIAN: THE AUTEUR’S NEW EFFORT DIAGNOSES A HOLLYWOOD DISEASE

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In the most superficial sense, to be Cronenbergian is to be a genre film that mines horror or tension from alterations of the body.

INTERVIEW: DIRECTOR JENNIFER KENT DISCUSSES HER GENRE-DEFYING HORROR FLICK ‘THE BABADOOK’

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When is a horror movie not a horror movie? When it’s The Babadook, Australian writer-director Jennifer Kent’s refined and thoroughly stunning feature debut. “The horror is the byproduct of the story, not the other way around,” says Kent, over the phone. “That was my goal, to explore the idea of facing difficulties, and how important […]