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Closing night of Roxbury International Film Festival to take place at Fenway

The Roxbury International Film Festival, which showcases the work of filmmakers whose films celebrate people of color, will hold its final feature film screening at Fenway Park on Saturday, June 30, when the ten-day festival comes to an end.
June 18, 2018

The Roxbury International Film Festival, which showcases the work of filmmakers whose films celebrate people of color, will hold its final feature film screening at Fenway Park on Saturday, June 30, when the ten-day festival comes to an end.   From 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. more than 200 guests

The Roxbury International Film Festival, which showcases the work of filmmakers whose films celebrate people of color, will hold its final feature film screening at Fenway Park on Saturday, June 30, when the ten-day festival comes to an end.
 
From 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. more than 200 guests will watch the film A Boy. A Girl. A Dream. Love on Election Night., the story of two strangers who get to know each other during the night of Donald Trump's election. The film, directed by Qasim Basir, is set in L.A. and shot in a single take. Basir is scheduled to attend the screening and will conduct a Q&A with attendees at the conclusion of the film.   
 
The Roxbury International Film Festival takes place from June 20-30 with film screenings hosted at a variety of locations throughout the City of Boston. Film festival passes are available until June 25 at roxburyinternationalfilmfestival.com. The festival is the largest of its kind in New England, showcasing feature-length films, documentaries, shorts, and animation. The festival, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary, also includes workshops, panel discussions, networking opportunities, receptions, parties, and Q&A with filmmakers and special guests.