International Film Festival Boston is back with a slate of exciting programming. Running from April 25th through May 2nd, the festival brings more than 100 films to the Boston area. Attendees have the opportunity to enjoy movies as well as filmmaker Q&As, panel discussions, and post-screening parties.
This year’s festival will kick off on Wednesday, April 25th with former YouTube star Bo Burnham’s Eighth Grade. The festival will close with the much anticipated Mister Rogers documentary, Won’t You Be My Neighbor.
Tickets for the festival will go on sale for IFFBoston members on April 9th. Members will receive access to reserved seats at all Screening Series films, discounted tickets at the Fall Focus mini-festival, and other exclusive deals year-round. Memberships start at $350 and go up to $1000 for the top tier.
Tickets for the public go on sale April 11th. Screening tickets are $12 online and $14 at the box office. Just because advanced tickets are sold out doesn’t necessarily mean the film is sold out. A number of seats are held for badge holders, but 15 minutes before the show, any empty seats are released to the rush line. To see a full list of movies at the festival, visit the IFFBoston website here.