Boston International Film Festival

Sunday, June 8, 8:30pm – 10:30pm

Nothing Happened – 10min
Nothing Happened is a film about a young man and a woman who are attracter to each
other. The only problem is that both of them have a relationship going on with different
people: she with Mauricio and he with Carla. An evening, all alone in an apartment, their love
finds its way in unexpected forms

Walls Have Ears – 90min
Samuel Auguste, nicknamed "Papa Sam", is the head of a family of three in Boston.  He has
just won a two million dollar lottery, and he is obsessed with his newfound wealth.  At the
same time, his wife's niece, Tatiana Thomas, nicknamed "Toutou", shows up at their house,
seeking refuge from an abusive husband in flamboyant clothing, named "Don Pepe".  
Toutou has stories about how badly Don Pepe treated her.  The family, shocked and
angered, agree to help her.  Meanwhile, Don Pepe has followed Toutou to Boston, set on
bringing her back to New York.  He becomes embroiled in a fight for Toutou.  After a series
of unpredictable events, no one will ever be the same.
Writer, Director, Producer: Patrick Jerome