Director of Photography Jason Beasely and filmmakers Laura Colella, Jeffrey Blake Palmer, and Diane Hendrix describe what led them to their cameras of choice.
Panasonic, RED, Canon? What makes a filmmaker choose their camera? Here’s four local filmmakers talking about what led them to their camera of choice, along with camera selection advice for up-and-coming filmmakers.
Local actors talk about working with producer, director, star and co-writer Seth MacFarlane and actor Mark Wahlberg on the set of Ted 2.
Five local actors with speaking roles in the Boston-based comedy Ted 2 talk about working on the film with producer, director, star and co-writer Seth MacFarlane and actor Mark Wahlberg.
Online New England Film Festival Line-up Announced!
Now in its 7th year, the Online New England Film Festival is a 45-day annual online event at the NewEnglandFilm.com website beginning on September 1, 2015 that showcases dozens of short local films that have screened at regional film festivals. Curated by the local film festival themselves, the Online Festival offers a diverse sampling of films with connections to each of the New England states.
Fundraising for an educational outreach project connected to Cheryl Eagan-Donovan's film Nothing is Truer than Truth.
Massachusetts filmmaker Cheryl Eagan-Donovan seeks Kickstarter support for Shakespeare for Bullies, an educational outreach project for her film Nothing is Truer than Truth. The film explores the life of Edward de Vere as well as sexual identity, a topic relevant to Shakespeare and his plays, and to students dealing with bullying as a result of their sexuality.
An interview with Giovanni Zelko about his film The Algerian, scheduled to open in 20 different cities nationwide in the next few weeks.
Giovanni Zelko’s latest film The Algerian is currently in limited release and scheduled to open in 20 different cities nationwide in the next few weeks. Here, Zelko talks about his film background at Boston University, his inspiration for the film, and some sage advice he received from Clint Eastwood.
NewEnglandFilm.com’s Online New England Film Festival Announces Screening and Awards Event at ITVFest 2015
NewEnglandFilm.com’s Online New England Film Festival announces a first-time partnership with ITVFest to host a public screening and awards event on Saturday, September 26, 2015 during their annual Vermont event.
Industry news, happenings and opportunities in the New England film industry
This month, you’ll find Rhode Island International Film Festival, Scriptbiz, and plenty of outdoor screenings, plus check in on the industry buzz on film shootings and awards in the region.
Filmmaker Gabriel Robinson Named 2015 NewEnglandFilm.com Stowe Story Labs Fellow
NewEnglandFilm.com is pleased to announce that Cambridge, Massachusetts filmmaker Gabriel Robinson has been awarded the NewEnglandFilm.com – Stowe Story Lab Fellowship to 2015 Stowe Story Labs.
Filmmaker Soren Sorensen talks about his five-year process for making the documentary "My Father's Vietnam."
Soren Sorsensen describes the five-year process of making his documentary My Father’s Vietnam, which was recently accepted into the Rhode Island International Film Festival.
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.