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Boston Int'l Film Festival Official Opening Party


Boston Int’l Film Festival Opening Party
hosted by Baku Sunset

Hollywood glamour comes to Boston. Cannes, Toronto, Hollywood and now Boston!

Join us for the official opening party of 8th Annual Boston International Film Festival (BIFF).

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Location: Protected content at The Sports Club/LA – 4 Avery Street, Boston, MA
Date & Time: Friday, April 16th from 8:30pm to 2am
Ticket Price: $20 until April 14th; $25 from April 14th; $30 at the door; $40 General
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Baku Sunset is proud to host this year’s highly exclusive Grand Opening event and invites all to join in and take a peek at the behind scenes look.

Come to meet and mingle among international film industry professionals, including famous movie producers, directors and actors who are involved in the production of the films, which will be featured during Boston Int’l Film Festival week at Boston’s Loews Theater from April 16th to April 25th of Protected content . You will also have a chance to mingle among members of Baku Sunset who are defined as the chicest international crowd of Boston.

Enjoy the most upscale and private atmosphere in the city, nibble on Blu’s fingerlicking complimentary passed hors deourves, pose for the press paparazzi, catch a breath of fresh air on the rooftop terrace, and dance the night away to the beast beats of International House music by Baku Sunset.

This is a private and highly exclusive event and we are expecting press coverage, so please, dress to impress…. as always.

Hosted by:

Baku Sunset
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Blu at The Sports Club/LA
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Photography by:

Boston Fashion Photography
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About Boston International Film Festival:

The festival is proud to encourage and support independent filmmakers from around the world.

The festival will run from April 16 – April 25 at the AMC/Loews Theater, Protected content
St. in Boston Common. The Festival will be screening over Protected content and feature films from 30 countries, including:

Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Cape Verde, Dominican Republic, France, Germany, Haiti, Hong Kong, India, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Jamaica, Japan, Mexico, Nigeria, Panama, Russian Federation, Rwanda, Senegal, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Thailand, Tibet, UK, Venezuela, and USA.

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Boston Forum