April 3, 2017
7 New England Niche Film Festivals You Can’t Miss
No topic is too particular, strange, or transgressive for these New England niche film festivals coming to a cinema near you.
#TakeAction: Doing the NEA Defunding Math
One plus one is two, except when it’s 45’s Federal budget proposal to eliminate the NEA and the NEH—for starters.
Hollywood Comes to Maine…Sort of
Portland’s writer-director duo on Rusticator Pictures, and how to make a movie that captures Maine’s “Maine-ness.”
Watch: First Light
First Light tells the story of the systematic displacement of the Wabanaki people and what the state of Maine did to help them heal.
November 14, 2016
Watch: For Now, Until My Last Dying Day
The folks at Breakfast Lunch & Dinner say you can’t miss this quiet, complex short film from writer/director Joshua Jenkins.
Documenting 242 Main
Burlington’s historic teen center 242 Main is the focus of a new documentary video produced and created by three organizations.
October 31, 2016
Watch: Robert Eggers “The VVitch”
“The Witch” will feel especially spooky for the New Englanders who grew up with a forest of deep, dark woods behind their house.
Let’s Talk About “Pillow Talk”
Good friends console you in a crisis, but true friends let you know, through embarrassing memoir, how bad it could have been.
October 10, 2016
What’s that Soundtrack?
Want to own the unreleased soundtrack to your favorite, archaic cult film classic? Jon Solari of Eczema Records tells you how.
October 3, 2016
Hustler of Providence
Short, sharp, hits of film whenever you’d like, BYO snacks – NE Film.com’s online festival ups the binge-ability.