Every year, the organizers of the European Short Film Festival sift through hundreds of short film entries from all over Europe (Germany, Poland, France, etc.). Name a European country and filmmakers from there have sent something they want screened here, in Boston, at ESFF. Then, miraculously, these entries are whittled down to fit into just three days across several categories including a program for children as well as one for experimental film.
I got a chance to speak with Generoso Fierro, Communications Director at the MIT Game Lab and Assistant Curator of ESFF. Unfortunately, we talked for too long about movies and I’m still transcribing (look for the interview this weekend).
But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t go to the event. Check here for the program festival and see as much of it as you can. Especially because it’s FREE!
10th Annual European Short Film Festival
9/26 – 7PM
9/27 – 3PM & 7PM
9/28 – 7PM
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
77 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02139