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Film + Audio Potluck

Back by popular demand!

Join us for another community showcase and potluck for filmmakers and audio producers in Boston.

Started in 2016, these seasonal gatherings are co-hosted by the PRX Podcast Garage, Sonic Soiree, Boston Film Potluck, and LEF Foundation. Together, we create a space for discussions that spark inspiration and collaboration among film and audio makers and reveal the creative processes and sustainable practices behind our work. 

RSVP required to attend; sign up below.

We’ll kick the night off with a showcase of audio stories and films on the theme of working across media - be it film, audio, theater, writing, or music.

For example, are you a filmmaker who's translated their work into an audio piece? Are you an audio-producer who's collaborated with a film composer? Have you departed from your comfort zone for a new space? Or does your work reflect this theme in some other way? Submissions are closed for the Community Showcase.

The showcase takes place inside the PRX Podcast Garage and is limited to 50 seats.

Open to all! No ticket required.

Following the showcase, we’ll open things up for a potluck. Bring your own dish and join a conversation about media-making. 

The potluck takes place in Zone 3 - directly in front of the PRX Podcast Garage - and is open to all.

We have created a list of possible breakout session topics that will be valuable to folks working in independent audio, podcasting, and film. Vote for the breakout sessions you'd like to participate in or suggest your own below!


The Sonic Soiree is a potluck of the edible and audible, occurring monthly in living rooms throughout Greater Boston. We are a community of radio producers, sound artists and collaborators who come together to talk, eat, listen, and then talk some more.

The Boston Film Potluck is made up of Boston filmmakers, media artists, film collectives, and other film/video community members who get together for a monthly potluck to help make the wider Boston film community more visible to itself, and to think about what might be gained from more regular cross-cutting conversations among filmmakers in Boston.

LEF New England funds the work of independent documentary film and video artists in the region, with a goal of broadening recognition and support for their work, both locally and nationally. It also highlights the rich history and ongoing legacy of innovation within New England's independent film community. LEF is a private family foundation that funds creative endeavors in California and the New England region.