From the Davis Sq. Diesel Cafe in Somerville, Ma, John and I discuss three new documentaries from the Independent Film Festival Boston: director Ian Cheney’s “light pollution” exposé The City Dark; James Marsh’s follow-up to Man on Wire, Project NIM; and Liz Garbus’ biography of chess master Bobby Fischer, Bobby Fischer Against the World.
The Independent Film Festival Boston runs now through Wednesday, May 4th, closing with a screening of Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop at the Coolidge Corner Theater. Be sure to visit IFFBoston.org for schedule and showtimes.
This episode has a running time of about 13 minutes.
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