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BOSTON’S CHLOTRUDIS SOCIETY HONORS ‘BREAKOUT’ LOGAN MILLER AT ANNUAL INDIE FILM AWARD CEREMONY

Logan MillerOn Sunday March 19th, the Chlotrudis Society for Independent Film will honor actor Logan Miller with its Breakout Award at its 23rd Annual Chlotrudis Awards ceremony at the historic Brattle Theatre.  Mr. Miller will be in attendance to accept his special award from Chlotrudis to celebrate a bright and burgeoning acting career in film. The show begins at 5 pm, and tickets are $20 ($15 for Chlotrudis and Brattle members), and can be purchased online at the Brattle’s website.  | Read more »

CHLOTRUDIS SOCIETY FOR INDEPENDENT FILM ANNOUNCES 2016 NOMINATIONS – ‘MOONLIGHT’ SHINES OVER ALL

MoonlightNominations for the 23rd annual Chlotrudis Awards were finalized by the film group’s nominating committee this past weekend. Barry Jenkins’ stunning MOONLIGHT was dominant among the 47 films nominated, winning 8 nods, including Director and Cinematography.  Placing second was LITTLE MEN, Ira Sachs coming of age film, which earned 6 nominations including Actor, Supporting Actor and Supporting Actress. Both films were also among those selected as Best Movie nominations. | Read more »

Chlotrudis Society for Independent Film presents an exclusive screening of THE SAVER and post-film reception

The SaverJoin Chlotrudis members at Jamaica Plain's Uforge Gallery for this very special screening of Wiebke von Carolsfeld's THE SAVER. | Read more »

‘TANGERINE’ RISES TO THE TOP AT 22nd CHLOTRUDIS AWARDS

photo by Kate PikeThis year, the Chlotrudis Society for Independent Film was thrilled to be able to present TANGERINE its three Trudies in person, at its 22nd Chlotrudis Awards ceremony, held at the Brattle Theater this past Sunday.  The micro-indie film, shot entirely on iPhone, made a big impression on Chlotrudis members. Producer Darren Dean accepted the Trudy for Best Use of Music in a File, Radium Cheung (pictured left) graciously received his well-earned Best Cinematography award, and actress Mickey O’Hagan (pictured left) took home the Best Ensemble Trudy on behalf of the film’s cast. | Read more »

CHLOTRUDIS SOCIETY FOR INDEPENDENT FILM HONORED BY THE ARTS FUSE

FusicalThe Chlotrudis Society for Independent Film is among the debut group honored by The Arts Fuse, Boston’s premiere independent online magazine for the criticism and coverage of arts and culture.  The group was awarded the Arts Fuse Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Arts in New England, and will be feted along with other winners at the magazine’s FUSICAL celebration, February 26th at the Somerville Armory (191 Highland Avenue, Somerville MA). | Read more »

'IDA', 'BUDAPEST' and 'BOYHOOD' ONLY MULTIPLE WINNERS AT 21st CHLOTRUDIS AWARDS

IdaThe Chlotrudis Society for Independent Film this year spread the wealth, bestowing its Trudy awards among eleven films.  However, a few movies stood out, foremost among them IDA, from director Pawel Pawilkowski, which won Best Cinematography, Best Original Screenplay, and Best Supporting Actress.   Richard Linklater's BOYHOOD and Wes Anderson's THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL were the runners up, each receiving a pair of Trudies. | Read more »

BOSTON’S CHLOTRUDIS SOCIETY HONORS ANIMATION FILMMAKER SIGNE BAUMANE AT ANNUAL INDIE AWARD CEREMONY

Signe BaumaneOn Sunday March 22nd, the Chlotrudis Society for Independent Film will honor filmmaker Signe Baumane with its Visionary Award, during its 21st annual Chlotrudis Awards ceremony at the historic Brattle Theater in Cambridge’s Harvard Square.   Ms. Baumane will be in attendance to accept her special award from Chlotrudis to celebrate an impressive and broad-ranging career. | Read more »

CHLOTRUDIS SOCIETY FOR INDEPENDENT FILM ANNOUNCES 2014 NOMINATIONS – ‘BIRDMAN’ TAKES FLIGHT

BirdmanNominations for the 21st annual Chlotrudis Awards were finalized by the film group’s nominating committee last weekend.  Coming out a wing’s breadth aheadof the pack was BIRDMAN with 7 nominations, including Movie, Director, Actor, and Editing, one of two nomination categories newly added this year.

DALE DICKEY, BETH GRANT & MORE ON HAND AS ‘THE PAST’ COMES UP BIG AT 20TH CHLOTRUDIS AWARDS

Beth Grant - photo courtesy of Glenn C. SilvaThis year, the Chlotrudis Society for Independent Film bestowed the most accolades upon Asghar Farhadi’s THE PASTat its 20th anniversary Chlotrudis Awards ceremony, held at the Brattle Theater this past Sunday. The French Iranian film took home Best Movie, while Farhadi won Best Director and Best Original Screenplay. The only other repeat winner of the night was AS I LAY DYING, which won Best Adapted Screenplay for its writer/director James Franco, and Best Ensemble. Both of the film’s awards were accepted by returning Chlotrudis winner Beth Grant, who costarred in the film and was thrilled on the cast’s behalf to have won the Trudy. Grant says, "Chlotrudis Society is an extraordinary group of intellectuals who are rabid film buffs. | Read more »

Wowee! Dale Dickey to be Honored at 20th Annual Chlotrudis Awards Ceremony!

Dale DickeyWell, the vagaries of the entertainment industry are legendary, and when one guest must cancel due to schedule conflicts, another miraculously appears to step in!  We are thrilled to honor Dale Dickey for her outstanding career at the 20th annual Chlotrudis Awards ceremony on Sunday, March 16, 4pm at the historic Brattle Theatre.  (Tickets available now).  Dale was a Chlotrudis Awards-nominee at the 17th awards for her amazing portrayal of Merab in the Chlotrudis Awards-winning Best Movie, WINTER'S BONE!  Her film career began back in 1995 in THE INCREDIBLY TRUE ADVENTUREs OF TWO GIRLS IN LOVE. | Read more »