Different Faces Different Voices Film Festival

The Different Faces Different Voices film festival launched for the first time in 2016. It was created by the non-profit Harvard Square Script Writers, one of the oldest professional screenwriting organizations in the country in collaboration with Women in Film and Video/New England, the 3rd oldest chapter of Women in Film and Television in the world. The festival is aimed at encouraging filmmakers to explore often untold stories of the human experience.

In the first year of the film festival, the focus was on Flicks4Chicks with filmmakers of both genders challenged to write and produce a 10-minute film with strong female protagonists.

Similar to the 48 Hour Film Competition, filmmaking crews from all over the world could sign up to participate via FilmFreeway, culminating with screenings and an awards ceremony at The Brattle Theatre this month on June 29th and 30th.

Rule Boston Camera is proud to support our local filmmaking community and Flicks4Chicks as one of the sponsors of this new film festival. Learn more on the Flicks4Chicks website.

IFFB 2016 Runs 4/27 to 5/4

Don’t miss this year’s Independent Film Festival Boston which runs from Wednesday, April 27th to Wednesday, May 4th with screenings, panel discussions and parties at a variety of locations including the Somerville, Brattle and Coolidge Corner Theatres and UMass Boston.

Get tips for planning your IFFB experience via How To Fest.

Head over to the IFFB website to learn more about the entire festival.

Regular screenings are $12 at the box office. Save a buck by ordering online. IFFBoston Members get $2 off.