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BOFCA Podcast #14 – ‘Snowpiercer,’ ‘Scanners,’ ‘Blazing Saddles’ and More!

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Director Bong Joon-ho’s SNOWPIERCER screens July 4–13 at the Brattle Theatre in Harvard Square. ©2014 RADiUS-TWC

IT’S TIME … for some movie discussion!

On this episode of the Boston Online Film Critic’s Association podcast, members Bob Chipman, Dave Reidel and Steve Head discuss films screening this month at The Brattle Theater, The Coolidge Corner Theater, The Harvard Film Archive, The Somerville Theater and Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts, including Snowpiercer, Conan the Barbarian, Metropolis, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, The Incredible Mr. Limpet, Scanners, Blazing Saddles and more.

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IFFBoston 2011 – Ep. #5 – Our interview with Actor/Director Evan Glodell (‘Bellflower’)

The Medusa. All fired up in 'Bellflower.'

Joining us on the podcast is actor/director/techie Evan Glodell, the man responsible for Bellflower – which has its New England premiere this weekend at the Independent Film Festival Boston.

The interview was conducted in Boston a few hours prior to Bellflower‘s first screening at the Somerville Theater.

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IFFBoston 2011 – Ep. #4 – Our interview with Director Jim Mickle (‘Stake Land’)

Director, and vampire victim, Jim Mickle in 'Stake Land.'

Joining us on the podcast is Jim Mickle, director of the apocalyptic vampire flick Stake Land – which has its New England premiere tonight at midnight at the Somerville Theater, as part of the Independent Film Festival Boston.

In this 25-minute interview, we discuss the making of Stake Land. And, most importantly, how Stake Land isn’t anything like Twilight or True Blood. Raw, rabid, gutsy action is good.

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Elmo’s Q&A at the Somerville Theater (‘Being Elmo: A Puppeteer’s Journey’)

The Independent Film Festival Boston 2011 kicked things off last night with a screening of Being Elmo: A Puppeteer’s Journey. After the film, Elmo did a Q&A with the audience. Here’s a few clips…

Elmo Greets the Kids


Elmo’s Impersonation of Barry White

A Lady Walks Out on Elmo’s Q&A

Elmo Answers Questions from the Somerville Theater Balcony – Elmo is asked: What one word of advice do you have for the public at large? What do you do to pass the time? What’s it like working with Oscar the Grouch on a TV show? Does Kevin Clash ever do anything to make you angry?

Elmo’s Advice for Those Who Are Afraid of the Dark – Elmo is asked: Can I examine your hands? Can you dance? And, what advice do you have for those afraid of the dark?

Video: Kevin Kline at The Independent Film Festival Boston

Last night at the Somerville Theater, in Somerville, Ma, The Independent Film Festival Boston kicked off it’s 2010 program with a screening of The Extra Man. Afterward, actor Kevin Kline and director Robert Pulcini discussed the making of the movie .

The video features a moment that occurred toward the end of the Q&A: After many years, a fan finally gets to ask Mr. Kline his question.

Click here to check it out.