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Is the Boston Film Festival on the road to recovery?

In recent years, the Boston Film Festival has alternated between catastrophe and semi-revival.
Or is it flirting with disaster?
By PETER KEOUGH  |  September 10, 2010

Interview: Joss Whedon

When I first reach Joss Whedon — the director, writer, and producer who is perhaps best known as the creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer — at his office at Fox Studios in Los Angeles, it's about 9 am his time, and it sounds as if I'd caught him befor
Cult of personality
By SHARON STEEL  |  February 09, 2009

Review: Dollhouse

Joss Whedon continues to fight the darkness
Joss Whedon continues to fight the darkness
By SHARON STEEL  |  February 09, 2009

Nobel Son

On its surface, this quirky thriller from Randall Miller has indie-style appeal, with Alan Rickman in a delicious role as a gluttonous, philandering, narcissistic physics professor whose Nobel Prize win is deflated by the kidnapping of his rebellious ph
A precious, hyperkinetic mess
By PEG ALOI  |  December 03, 2008

On Broadway

World Premiere of locally produced ON BROADWAY with airline ticket giveaways, sexy candid shots of the cast including Joey McIntyre, and Q&A with director David McLaughlin. Thick Boston accents abound! Produced by Heather Kapplow for the Independent
VIDEO: The Independent Film Festival of Boston Vodcast, Volume Two .
By BOSTON PHOENIX VIDEO  |  April 28, 2007

Boston music news: November 24, 2006

One of AARON SINCLAIR ’s bands, the LOT SIX , played their final show a week ago last Thursday. But Sinclair’s one-time solo offshoot, FRANK SMITH , are very much alive and well. Frank Smith, "Time to Cut the Fence" (mp3)
Notes on Frank Smith and Mark Kates
By JIM SULLIVAN  |  November 20, 2006