In the Media
Yours Truly - Going Out ›
The Improper Bostonian, April 22, 2016The theme of this year’s Independent Film Festival Boston, which kicks off on Wednesday, is “Make It Yours.” UMass Boston is one of the screening sites, and will be showing Mass. Works-in-Progress on Thursday at 4 p.m. in the ballroom.
10 to See at Independent Film Festival Boston ›
The Boston Globe, April 22, 2016The UMass Boston Campus Center is one of four screening sites for the 14th annual Independent Film Festival Boston, which begins Wednesday.
Works of three local documentarians to be screened at IFFBoston ›
The Boston Globe, April 22, 2016Last year's winner of the Works-in-Progress Award, given out at UMass Boston as part of the UMass Boston Film Series, will be screened at IFFBoston this year. The movie is called Best and Most Beautiful Things and screens Saturday, April 30 at 2 p.m. at the Somerville Theatre.
Around the World with the Global Cinema Film Festival ›
The Boston Globe, April 08, 2016Above and Below screens as part of the UMass Boston Film Series in cooperation with the Independent Film Festival of Boston on Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Somerville Theatre.
Krasinski’s ‘The Hollars’ heads Independent Film Festival of Boston lineup ›
The Boston Globe, April 05, 2016UMass Boston is once again one of the venues for the Independent Film Festival of Boston. UMass Boston will host a Massachusetts Works-in-Progress screening on Thursday, April 28 at 4 p.m. in the Campus Center ballroom.
10 Filmmakers to Watch in 2016 ›
The Independent, March 14, 2016Chico Colvard '97, the curator of the UMass Boston Film Series, contributed to this list of 10 filmmakers to watch in 2016.
Film Screenings Are On at Emerson ›
The Boston Globe, February 09, 2016The Wolfpack, the second entry in this season's UMass Boston Film Series, will be screened tonight at 7 at Emerson College. The film is presented in partnership with Bright Lights at Emerson College
UMass Boston Film Series Opener Captures Rough- and-Tumble Street Life in NYC ›
The Boston Globe, January 29, 2016Khalik Allah's debut documentary, Field Niggas, opens the spring program of the UMass Boston Film Series on Tuesday night. The Globe says the film is "as assaultive as its title, yet seductive and beautiful."
Doc Talk: Justice, Demonism, and ‘Toto’ Too ›
The Boston Globe, November 14, 2015The UMass Boston Film Series will host a free screening Thursday of the acclaimed documentary "Tocando la Luz (Touch the Light)," which examines Cuba from the perspective of blind residents of Havana.
UMass Boston to launch annual Film Series on Oct. 1 ›
Dorchester Reporter, September 09, 2015UMass Boston's Film Series kicks off its fall season on Thursday, October 1. Two of the eight films will be shown off-site. The six UMass Boston films are all free and open to the public.