Two high-profile documentaries will bookend the ninth annual Independent Film Festival of Boston. Kicking off the event will be Constance Marks Sundance-approved “Being Elmo,” while Rodman Flender’s “Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop” will close it, following its world premiere at SXSW in Austin.
Among the notable films screening this year are Michael Winterbottom’s comedy “The Trip,” Miranda July’s acclaimed “The Future,” James Marsh’s Sundance-winning documentary “Project Nim,” Andre Ovredal’s “The Troll Hunter” and Larysa Kondracki’s true-life drama “The Whistle Blower,” starring Rachel Weisz and Monica Belluci.
The festival runs April 27 – May 4. For more information click here.