You are invited to the Boston International Film Festival for a screening of WHITE ELEPHANTS, one of the 100 films selected out of over 2,500 from around the world.
White Elephants recently premiered at the 2009 Boston International Women’s Day Film Festival, and has been recognized by the Center for Digital Imaging Arts (CDIA) for Best Narrative Film, Best Direction, and Best Cinematography.
The screening will be held on April 23, 8pm as part of Session 29 at:
AMC Loews Boston Common
175 Tremont St
For more information on the film or festival, visit the following sites:
WHITE ELEPHANTS is a sensitive, slice-of-life story involving a young couple going through the normal course of their day, while coming to terms with an unexpected medical diagnosis. The film is a reflection on the unfortunate hardships that can befall any couple, the decisions we are sometimes forced to make, and the ability to support one another as best as one knows how.
The Boston International Film Festival was created to celebrate the art of filmmaking and to honor the filmmakers who make it all possible. This is a festival dedicated to rewarding artists for their individual talents and for their creative expression through the medium of film. The festival strives to bring together in Boston local, national and international filmmakers by promoting the world’s most artistic and creative independent and experimental films.