The spring lineup of the UMass Boston Film Series kicks off this weekend with a special three-part screening of OJ: Made in America, which has a 2017 Academy Award nomination in the Best Documentary category.
Best and Most Beautiful Things, screened November 3 by the UMass Boston Film Series and Bright Lights at Emerson College, follows a young woman with disabilities looking to find her place in the world.
Brother's Keeper, screened by the UMass Boston Film Series and the Docyard October 27 at the Museum of Fine Arts, was revolutionary for its day, and left an indelible mark on following generations of filmmakers.
The ninth season of the UMass Boston Film Series kicked off Sunday with a screening of Cameraperson at the Coolidge Corner Theatre in Brookline. This season’s films include eight full-length documentary films and one short, which will be shown the same night as a feature.
This season includes the return of Independent Film Festival Boston and the Mass. Works-in-Progress.