Boston, MA (PRWEB) April 25, 2016
Boston International Film Festival wrapped up the 14th Annual Festival showing over 75 films from over 60 countries spread over 5 days at 3 prestigious locations including the AMC Loews Theater, The Paramount Theater and the B-theater. This festival presented a multi-cultural event to the diverse audience of Boston, who related to films of their origin, as well as discovered the experiences of others from around the world as they watched short independent films and feature films produced by creative teams from all over the world. Foundations TV rates this festival as a top class event that celebrates the art of film making, and offers an opportunity to filmmakers to share their unique visions.
Patrick Jerome, the Founder and President of Boston International film Festival said, "The Boston International Film Festival strives to exhibit the world’s most artistic, creative and independent films in a festive environment. Our greatest hope is that through the films the audience is inspired and encouraged to embrace all the world’s cultural diversity and work towards a more understanding, and peaceful world."
Martin Walsh, Mayor of Boston, welcomed the Annual Festival back to the city of Boston. In his welcome note he said that he is excited to see how this annual gathering adds distinct cultural value to our community. Mayor Walsh added, "Our city has a keen appreciation for the arts, especially film-making, as demonstrated by numerous cinematic outlets and strong university programs. Bostonians take pride in their city’s world-famous architecture, historic neighborhoods and rich diversity, which all have been featured in films ranging from independent screenings to Hollywood Blockbusters." He then congratulated all the individuals and organizations that have made this event possible and sent his best wishes for this rewarding and memorable event.
Patrick Jerome, at the closing party acknowledged the hard work and dedication of all the team members and staff of the festival without whom, this event could not have been so successful. He also acknowledged and appreciated the role of supporting organizations including Liquid Art House among others and The Foundations TV as the media partners.
Gauri Chandna, Founder of The Foundations TV said, "It is always such a pleasure to partner with Boston International Film Festival. The diversity that it celebrates creates a joyous platform for all to benefit from. It is a privilege to work with Patrick, and host the RED CARPET interviews of amazing artists who share glimpses of their personal journey of film making. These are some great stories that we enjoy sharing on our channel with the wider online audience. We look forward to this festival each year."
In a special welcome note Governor Charles Baker welcomed all those attending the festival to the 14th annual Boston International Film Festival. "There is no better setting to celebrate than here in Massachusetts, home to centuries of a rich and diverse artistic culture. The Boston International Film Festival celebrates those artists who, through the power of cinema, capture our imagination to make us laugh and cry, think and change."
For the listing of all winners, please visit http://thefoundations.tv/boston-international-film-festival-winners/