Reagan Esther Myer: A Multimedia Narrative

Reagan Esther Myer is a multimedia narrative told through live music, video, and theater to tell a dystopian story. In a post-WW3 world, we meet Reagan, a government employee living in an abandoned shopping mall on a deserted island making DIY survivalist videos for a struggling world. Like most people who survived Impact, she has […]

EcoMuse Sustainable Music / Poetry / Video – Dinosaur Annex Concert #2

Join us for an inspired, unusual evening of music and ecopoetry with Dino Annex accordionist Katherine V. Matasy, violist Anne Black, and Grub Street’s prize-winning poet Allison Adair. This event harnesses the power of artistic expression to call attention to the environmental and ecological issues affecting us today. You will have a chance to hear […]

Boston Comedy Festival Make Somerville the Hub

This year’s 18th annual Boston Comedy Festival is packing 9 days of comedy into 5 days of funny. The festivities kick off @ 9:30 PM, Wednesday, September 20th with”World Champion” Judah Friedlander, of ’30 Rock’ fame, at the Once Ballroom, 156 Highland Ave. in Somerville MA. Tickets are $22. The 7 PM show at the […]

Somerville Theatre Hosts 70mm Film Festival

The Somerville Theatre’s bringing rare prints back to the ’Ville this week for its second annual 70mm and WideScreen Festival after last year’s event drew crowds from around the world. The Somerville Theatre’s one of only about a dozen theaters in the country that can show 70mm films, according to Director of Operations Ian Judge. […]

ReelAbilities Film Festival Brings Experiences of the Differently Abled to the Screen

For the past week, theaters and event spaces throughout Greater Boston have been sharing oft-overlooked on-screen perspectives thanks to the 2017 ReelAbilities Film Festival. Hoping to highlight diverse voices from the differently abled, organizers debuted ReelAbilities in New York City in 2007. The festival has grown over the last decade, and now, many major cities—from Pittsburgh to Portland to […]


What should you see at this year’s Independent Film Festival of Boston? The answer is everything, but with venues all over town each showing such equally deserving films at once, that is the least helpful way to look at things.The two questions you should be asking instead are: What do I have to see, and what […]