The twelfth Annual Boston International Film Festival began on Friday, April 11. The film productions are being shown at AMC / LOEWS Theaters Boston Common, April 11-21.
There are 47 films from various countries of the world like USA, Canada, Japan, and Finland among others. This year Brazil is represented by Para Sempre Nunca Mais (Forever Never More) which was produced and directed by Emerson Muzeli. A period romance set during the Constitutionalist Revolution of1932, it was filmed in the town of Passa Quatro and stars Bruno Dubeux, Larissa Vereza and Emiliano Rusche. Emerson Muzeli and actor Bruno Dubeux attended the opening ceremony of the festival on April 11 and both are eager to participate in the lauch on April 17. It will be shown at future film festivals in Locarno, Shanghai, Tokyo, and Madrid.
Another entry entitled Against the Jab was filmed entirely in the Boston area. This film is a comedy produced by Patrick Jerome. The cast includes Scott Neufville, Lonette MckKee , Wittly Jourdan, Clara Lago and Leon. Also in the production are two Brazilians actors who currently live in Boston, Robson Lemos and Claudia Belelli. another Brazilian, collage artist Lena Medeiros, appears briefly.
I interviewed Robson Lemos. he told me that he is very happy to be making his first appearance in a full length American film.
The participating films will be shown at AMC / LOEWS Boston Common Theaters located at 175 Tremont St, Boston.
For those interested in seeing the movies sessions are:
Para Sempre Nunca Mais (Forever Never)
Thursday April 17, 1:30 pm $ 12.00
Against the Jab
Monday April 14, 9:00 pm $ 12.00
Tuesday April 15 , 8:00 pm $ 12.00
Wednesday April 16 , 8:30 pm $ 12.00
Thursday April 17 , 9:30 pm $ 12.00
Saturday April 19 , 7:30 pm $ 12.00
Sunday April 20 , 10:25 pm $ 12.00
Monday April 21 , 8:00 pm $ 12.00