See these films: "Four Films From Young Boston: An Evening Of Personal Cinema" at the HFA

People Parade

With its numerous university film departments, the Boston area has grown into a hotbed of young talent. Four recent graduates from local programs showcase their work tonight at the Harvard Film Archive in "Four Films From Young Boston: An Evening Of Personal Cinema." They include Ahmed Khawaja and Andre Puca's Kassandra with a K, a feature about a Muslim-American film student who wants to make a movie about his first heartbreak (don't miss Phoenix film critic Brett Michel's cameo - with his pet rabbit). It screens at 8 pm. Screening at 6 pm are three shorts - Misha Spivack's Human Geography, another foray into foiled love, and - on less romantic topics - Chris Maggio and John Wilson's People Parade, about aging entertainers, and Ted Rogers's A House Where You Grew Up, which chronicles the filmmaker's awkward return to his childhood home. The Archive is in the Carpenter Center, 24 Quincy St, Cambridge | July 1[rescheduled from June 30] | free | 617.495.4700 or
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