Double Take

In 7 years, Independent Film Festival of Boston has garnered respect, acclaim - and company

'500 Days of Summer,' 'Unmistaken Child,' and 'Summer Hours' are just a few of our critics' choices. "500 Days of Summer," "Unmistaken Child," and "Summer Hours" are just a few of our critics' choices.
By Ty Burr and Wesley Morris
Globe Staff / April 19, 2009

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The success of the Independent Film Festival of Boston can be gauged by an interesting fact: It's attracting imitators. In just seven years, the little festival that could has become the major game in town, and it's perhaps not happenstance that the similar-sounding Boston International Film Festival has moved its dates from June to April 17-26, overlapping with the IFFB ... (Full article: 297 words)

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