The Independent Film Festival Of Boston 2009 continues through next Tuesday, April 28.
Among the highlights today, Friday April 24 2009:
500 Days Of Summer, the already -highly buzzed about romantic comedy starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschenel which has recieved raves from critics who caught it at Sundance in January (review coming this weekend)
Big Fan, starring Patton Oswald as a New York Giants fan who's devotion to the team is severely tested, which also recieved good notices at Sundance in January
Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison, a documentary which blends concert film and rare footage never before seen to show a unique perspective covering the trouble, trials and tribulations of staging this legendary concert (review coming this weekend)
Chip On My Shoulder, which chronicles the history of legendary Boston based band Slapshot
Children Of Invention, a drama about two young children living outside Boston left to fend for themselves when their mother gets embroiled in a pyramid scheme and disappears
Make Out With Violence, from directors the Deagol Brothers, a stylish and moody teen melodrama which turns John Hughes movie conventions on their ear, and throws zombies into the mix for good measure (review coming this weekend)
SOI has finally secured press credentials and will be covering a number of films this weekend here as well as on a number of other PNR Network sites, so stay tuned all weekend long!