Filmmaker Erin Davis talks about the making of her short documentary The Land and the movement to embrace risky place.
You may have heard of the “free-range kids movement,” but you likely have never experienced an “adventure playground,” a place where children (without parents) can play with fire, hammers, saws, and more. Here, filmmaker Erin Davis talks about the inspiration and making of her short documentary The Land, and the conversation that it opens up about risky play.
Having won Best Experimental Film of the 2015 Online New England Film Festival, Curley: A Historiophoty by Billy Palumbo turns upside down our ideas about history and the production of ‘truth,’ all with a deconstructionist sense of humor.
Fundraising for Independent Feature Documentary "The Last Pig"
New England filmmakers Allison Argo and Joseph Brunette seek Indiegogo support for their feature documentary The Last Pig, about a pig farmer in upstate New York who can no longer stand to bring the pigs to their deaths, creating instead a vegan farm.
Filmmaker Eric Latek talks about his award-winning personal documentary Anna.
Eric Latek’s film began with the noble and ambitious goal of ‘capturing the soul’ of his godmother Anna after she was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Ultimately, what Latek accomplishes is so much more.
Happenings, industry buzz and opportunities in the New England film industry.
Check out the launch of the 2015 Online New England Film Festival, special events and discounts for the local film community at ITVFest this month, and other buzz, happenings and opportunities. To submit news, email email@example.com.
Watch the Jury and Audience Award-winning films for the 2015 Online New England Film Festival.
The winners to the 2015 Online New England Film Festival have been announced! There’s still two weeks left to watch all the films online for free, so get going!
An interview with Rob Koier about his film based on fugitive slave memoirs from the 1830s
Connecticut filmmaker Bart Grieb seeks Indiegogo support for Revenge of the Killer Shrews.
In this regular series, NewEnglandFilm.com writer Casey Stirling features local films aiming to raise money through crowdfunding. In this installment, Connecticut filmmaker Bart Grieb seeks Indiegogo support for Revenge of the Killer Shrews, a sequel to his 2000 short film Taming of the Killer Shrews. To have your film featured in this series, email firstname.lastname@example.org at least a month in advance of your campaign launch.