Garen Daly has been in the Boston film scene for over 35 years. His career started as a cinema manager which morphed into an operator for several of Boston’s better known art houses. He revived such places as the Somerville Theatre and the Dedham Community Theatre. He is an award winning programmer and consultant who continues to produce the Boston Science Fiction Film Festival, the oldest genre festival in the country.
With entertainment roots stretching back 100 years to his Vaudevillian opera singing grandparents, his critical and analytical side has seen him review films on TV, espouse commentary on NPR stations and occasionally write for such publications as Yankee Magazine.
Currently he sits on the Filmmaker’s Collaborative board of directors. Previously, he was on the boards of the Somerville Cultural Council, Boston Film & Video Foundation, Dedham Visionary Access and Somerville Community TV. He has international stature, sort of, as a Board member for (in)famous Museum of Bad Art (MOBA).
In his spare time he sleeps, cooks, writes, gardens and collects ex-wives. His dog makes him laugh, a lot.
Learn about his latest film The Orson Welles Complex here!