Support Soren Sorenson's film chronicling the life and music of Grammy-nominated pianist and composer Omar Sosa.
Award-winning RI-based filmmaker Soren Sorensen seeks community support for the release of his latest documentary Omar Sosa’s 88 Well-Tuned Drums.
New England film industry news including happenings, industry buzz and calls for films.
Upcoming events at ITVFest, Camden International Film Festival, fellowship opportunities with Karen Schmeer organization and MacDowell Colony, winners announced from Woods Hole and Rhode Island International Film Festival, and more. To submit a blurb for industry news, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Writer Amber Russell of Cape Elizabeth, Maine will attend the 2016 Stowe Story Labs as the NewEnglandFilm.com Fellow.
Maine writer Amber Russell earned the Stowe Story Labs / NewEnglandFilm.com Fellowship for her script Margaret, which she wrote because, as she says, “I grew up not knowing how a woman from my own state rose to power and even ran for President.”
The first-ever Live Free or Die Film Festival rolls out an impressive line-up of independent films over two days this week at the Palace Theatre in Manchester, NH.
It was high time a film festival launched in Manchester, New Hampshire, says Dorothea and Robert Daniel, founders of the new Live Free or Die Film Festival. The inaugural festival launches this week for two days of screenings, film festivities and awards. See also the related article about the New Hamsphire film, The Chain, premiering at the Live Free or Die Film Festival on NewEnglandFilm.com.
NewEnglandFilm.com spoke with Bérubé about making The Chain, which screens this week at the inaugural Live Free or Die Film Festival.
Producer Daniel Bérubé talks about returning to his New Hampshire roots, making his film The Chain, which kicks off the inaugural Live Free or Die Film Festival this week, and building on the film community in NH. See also the related article about the Live Free or Die Film Festival on NewEnglandFilm.com.
Filmmaker Eric Latek shifts into narrative storytelling with his two latest short films, both screening at the Rhode Island International Film Festival this month.
Eric Latek talks to NewEnglandFilm.com about the differences between documentary and narrative filmmaking techniques, and why he likes to help other filmmakers.
Support Imagine Kolle 37, a film by New England filmmakers Michele Meek and Lizzy Donius
Imagine Kolle 37 seeks completion funds for post-production. All contributions are tax-deductible through the film’s fiscal sponsor Center for Independent Documentary.
First-time Pawtucket, RI filmmaker Carol Conley exorcises demons with her short Penitence, screening at the Rhode Island International Film Festival this month.
First-time Pawtucket, RI filmmaker Carol Conley exorcises demons with her short Penitence, screening at the Rhode Island International Film Festival this month. NewEnglandFilm.com talks with Conley about how she came up with Penitence, her process as a first-time filmmaker, and the reasons why this project is so important to her.
Producer Allen Baldwin talks about the film Neptune, shot in Maine and screening this August at the Woods Hole Film Festival.
Producer Allen Baldwin discusses the East Coast film scene, Maine’s Last House Productions, and his recent film Neptune, which screens this August at the Woods Hole Film Festival.
Support Connecticut filmmaker Jeff Bemiss's film Coaching Colburn—a short documentary about love and laughter in the face of autism
Support Connecticut filmmaker Jeff Bemiss’s IndieGoGo campaign to support outreach for his award winning, 27-minute documentary Coaching Colburn, about a young man named James Colburn, who was born with Fragile X Syndrome.