Here’s another film that I don’t know a whole lot about but it’s exciting to see female filmmakers getting the spotlight. Mia Hansen-Love directed the beautiful Goodbye First Love which effortlessly tackled young romances and the effects they can have. She has an eye for scenery and subtle human emotions and I can’t see what she has to offer us in Eden.
Where to see it: Brattle Theater, Thursday April 23rd at 9:45 pm.
Of course there’s also the Sundance hit’s such as The Overnight starring Jason Schwartzman, Adam Scott and Taylor Schilling and The End of the Tour with Jason Segal. Schwartzman get’s double billing with his film 7 Chinese Brothers. There’s movies such as Slow West starring Michael Fassbender that have been making the festival rounds along with a plethora of short film options.
It’s an exciting film slate this year. Let us know in the comments what films you’re most excited to check out! To check out the schedule or purchase tickets visit iffboston.org.