An interview with Evangelos Giovanis about how he and his co-director/brother attracted star actors and raised funds for his recent film Bereave
After talking to award-winning filmmaker Evangelos Giovanis, whose film Bereave screens at Woods Hole Film Festival this month, about everything from waiting tables to European film festivals, it is clear that the Giovanis brothers are a genuine and hardworking team with a vision.
Maya Forbes's film Infinitely Polar Bear headlines this month's Woods Hole Film Festival.
Cambridge-born Writer/Director May Forbes’s new film Infinitely Polar Bear, starring Mark Ruffalo headlines the Woods Hole Film Festival this month. Here, she talks to fellow filmmaker Ted Ryan about shooting in New England, keeping it together on the festival circuit and staying true to your story.
A local film organization celebrating its one year anniversary makes independent filmmakers an 'offer they can't refuse.'
Now entering its second year, the Boston Indie Mafia opens its doors to filmmakers, actors and media folks at all stages of their career to network, create films, pitch projects and get advice.
Kickstarter campaign for "Laila B" with Amy DePaola, a film about a her journey to become a boxer
Boston filmmaker Amy DePaola seeks Kickstarter support for her upcoming feature Laila B, a film about Laila Bataglia, a bartender whose life is transformed when she is attacked outside her home. The film is inspired by events from DePaola’s life, and will include real footage of her boxing and training for October’s “Belles of the Brawl” at the House of Blues in Boston.
A guide to getting the perfect casting headshot for your acting portfolio.
Countless acting workshops, years of vocal training, a stacked résumé that has taken you months or years, but are you forgetting the most important thing? The headshot. Here’s a guide to how to find a photographer and get that perfect headshot to sell your look to the casting team.
An interview with director Jeremy Konner about the new Comedy Central sitcom with connections to Newport, Rhode Island
Curious about the Rhode Island connection to Comedy Central’s latest sitcom Another Period? Devin Karambelas of the Rhode Island International Film Festival caught up with its director Jeremy Konner about the show’s Newport obsession.
Talking with Filmmaker Kerstin Karlhuber about fundraising and distribution for her first feature Fair Haven
Fellow female filmmakers discuss work, life, and more in this new series, Females in Film. For this installment, NewEnglandFilm.com writer Catherine Stewart talks to Kerstin Karlhuber about the fundraising and distribution for her feature film, Fair Haven.
NewEnglandFilm.com Announces a NewEnglandFilm.com/Stowe Story Lab Fellowship
NewEnglandFilm.com has partnered with Stowe Story Labs to offer a Fellowship, which will cover all fees to attend the Labs, September 12-15 in Stowe, Vermont. Stowe Story Labs, now in its 4th year, helps emerging screenwriters, filmmakers and creative producers get their work made and seen.
An Interview with Filmmaker Kerstin Karlhuber about her first feature film Fair Haven
Fellow female filmmakers discuss work, life, and more in this new series, Females in Film. For this installment, NewEnglandFilm.com writer Catherine Stewart talks to Kerstin Karlhuber about her latest project, Fair Haven, and making the leap from short to feature film directing.