September 12, 2019
Stories that Inspire, Connect, Advance
Taking place as part of Biotech Week Boston, this sneak peek of selected films will aim to build connections between patients, patient advocacy groups and the biopharma community.
We will announce dates and location for the 2020 Film Festival soon!
Arrival and Registration Hours
Takeda’s ASPIRE Auditorium
- UBER: Use 60 Franklin Street, Cambridge, MA to be dropped off at the rear door.
- Parking: Use 55 Franklin Street, Cambridge, MA in your GPS for the garage entrance. There is a parking garage across the street from the Takeda ASPIRE Auditorium
- Public Transportation: The closest station is Central on the Red Line. Takeda Offices are about a 7-minute walk from the Central station.
Registration opens at 3:30 and will remain open through the start of the networking reception.
Bring a photo ID onsite to pick up your badge.
A Message From RDFF Co-Founder Daniel Defabio
Disorder: The Rare Disease Film Festival co-founder Daniel DeFabio talks inspiration behind creating the film festival with partner Bo Bigelow, and partnering at this year's Biotech Week Boston 2018.
“One of the goals we had when Bo Bigelow and I created the film festival was to, not only, curate the films we show but the audience that sees them,” says DeFabio.
Demonstrate your Patient Advocacy leadership
Partner and build a connection with the biotech community working on solutions to rare diseases.
About Biotech Week Boston
THE BIOTECH CONFERENCE ACCELERATING FRESH IDEAS, PARTNERSHIPS AND OPPORTUNITIES
Be a part of the festival of leading events spanning the drug development value chain, giving you access to the most inventive scientific minds and business leaders in Boston and around the world.