This Thursday, December 1st, the first annual Massachusetts Independent Film Festival will be held at The Regent Theatre in Arlington, MA. The festival looks to bring actual independent filmmakers into the spotlight, showcasing some really talented local filmmakers. The night will conclude with the premiere of Christopher Di Nunzio’s latest film, Her Heart Still Beats, (Di Nunzio, a local Bostonian, created some buzz with his film “Livestock” in 2009.). There will be a Q & A session immediately following the screening.


For those of you who want to catch some serious film talent from the New England area, you can purchase tickets online at RegentTheatreOnlineBoxOffice, or go right to the box office at 7 Medford St., Arlington, MA. For more information on the Massachusetts Independent Film Festival, visit their site at


Screening at:

The Regent Theatre

7 Medford Street

Arlington, Massachusetts

Thursday Dec. 1, 7:30PM


Buy tickets here:


Films playing at the Mass Independent Film Festival:


“Her Heart Still Beats”


When Ed’s wife comes home early from work one day he becomes overtaken

by a strange feeling when he looks into her eyes. Disturbed or

possibly just paranoid, Ed becomes possessed with his wife’s eyes and

struggles to understand these feelings. Is she evil or is he insane?

They may not have enough time to find out.


Dir: Christopher Di Nunzio





Peter Martell is a highly educated well-to-do young man with a lot of

free time on his hands. He spends this time watching snuff films. One

day he makes the bold decision to cross the line from observer to

participant, aspiring to bring a philosophical element to his own kind

of snuff films. Ready to go to work, he tracks his first victim into a

haunted New England woods, where the line between participant and

observer takes a different turn.


Dir: Skip Shea





Karen, a happily married woman in a bar meets a charming man. She

thinks she found a new friend until he tells her something about her

private life that he is not supposed to know. the phrase “don’t talk

to strangers” proves more dangerous than she could possibly imagine.


Dir: David Trodella





An amateur musician is forced to complete the writing of a romantic

song for a goth band without his partner.


Dir: Christian De Rezendes



“Video Diary: Last Entry”


After a five year obsession of making video tapes to a lost loved one,

a lonely man finds he has nothing left to say.


Dir: Skip Shea



“Last Bet, Last Mistake”


A lone gunman parked outside a apartment complex is waiting for the

right moment. Inside, his target is clueless to the fate that awaits

him. The two men started out in the same crime operation, but now

business, and jealousy have ended old ties. The tension builds until

there is no way out for either of them.


Dir; Christopher Di Nunzio



“The Loudest Sound” (Preview)


Be the first to see a extended preview of the upcoming feature

starring Michael Reardon and Johanna Gorton. Michael and Alice are a

twenty something couple in Boston. Everything seems to be perfect

until lies, betrayal, and addiction tear them apart. While Alice is

away in rehab Michael must reconsider the limits of love and desire.


Dir: Jason Miller



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