Boston, Mass. area Mac consultants Tech Superpowers have teamed up with the Independent Film Festival (IFF) of Boston to offer the
IFF Boston 5th Anniversary Limited Edition Apple TV. The $349 Apple TV arrives to pro-configured with 17 festival films and shorts from the past 5 years of IFF events. $50 of the proceeds go to support the film festival.
The company is also offering the “
Titanium Package,” the special edition Apple TV with a “Chrome Pass”, which provides IFF of Boston showgoers to all film screenings and the accompanying parties, for $500.
The system comes pre-loaded with the following:
“Popaganda: The Art & Crimes of Ron English” directed by Pedro Carvajal
“Big City Dick: Richard Peterson’s First Movie” directed by Scott Milam, Todd Pottinger, and Ken Harder
“The Guatemalan Handshake” directed by Todd Rohal
“Abel Raises Cain” directed by Jenny Abel & Jeff Hockett
“Monster Road” directed by Brett Ingram
“Soft For Digging” directed by JT Petty
“Filmic Achievement” directed by Kevin Kerwin
“Nothing So Strange” directed by Brian Flemming
“A Panther in Africa” directed by Aaron Matthews
“A Ninja Pays Half My Rent” directed by Steven Tsuchida
“Spam-KU: I Wrote a Haiku About Spam” directed by Steven Tsuchida
“Met State” directed by Bryan Papciak
“Safety First” directed by Scott Calonico
“LSD-A-GO-GO” directed by Scott Calonico
“Me, My Bag, and My Ball” directed by Diego Ongaro
“The Passage Of Mrs. Calabash” directed by Scott Tuft
“Day of John” directed by Chris Nash
It’s worth noting that the Apple TV is ready to work with your own Mac and iTunes; to sync (rather than stream) content, however, you’re going to have to delete the Apple TV’s existing content.