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Mongolia: A Video Interview with Edward Nef

Interviewed and Edited by Dave Walker

Video by Dave Walker. Mongolia - Mining Challenges a Civilization explores a country on the brink of a radical change: from rural nomads to mining industrialists. In this video interview, NewEnglandFilm.com writer Dave Walker talks with Edward Nef about what inspired him to create this documentary that may have influenced the course of history in its namesake.

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AKA (Other Title): 
Abscam
Plot/Description: 
1970s Federal investigation, and subsequent court hearings
Year of Release: 
2012
Filming Locations: 
Worcester
Director of Photography: 
David O'Russell
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Southie Rules

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Covered Bridges of New England

Production Company: 
Ocean State Video
Plot/Description: 
Discover New Englands covered bridges past and present and meet those who visit, preserve and build them.
Year of Release: 
2010
Filming Locations: 
All six New England states
Director of Photography: 
Jim Karpeichik
Producer: 
Mary Steele
Writer: 
Mary Steele
Contact Person: 
Jim Karpeichik
Contact Phone: 
401 822-0041
Posted Email: 
Jim@oceanstatevideo.com
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Under the Boardwalk: The MONOPOLY Story

AKA (Other Title): 
The MONOPOLY Story
Production Company: 
Tostie Productions
Plot/Description: 
Shows how the classic board game has become a worldwide cultural phenomenon, and follows the colorful players who come together to compete for the coveted title of Monopoly World Champion.
Year of Release: 
2011
Filming Locations: 
Salem, MA; Gloucester, MA; Atlantic City, NJ; New York City, NY; San Diego, CA; Los Angeles, CA; Pawtucket, RI; Melbourne, Australia; Tokyo, Japan; New Zealand; Oslo, Norway; London, UK; Las Vegas, NV
Contact Person: 
Kevin Tostado
Posted Email: 
kevin@monopolydocumentary.com
Director of Photography: 
Jordan Guzzardo
Producer: 
Kevin Tostado, Craig Bentley
Writer: 
Kevin Tostado, Craig Bentley
Director: 
Kevin Tostado
Cast: 
Zachary Levi, Phil Orbanes, Matt McNally, Rick Marinaccio, Ken Koury, Tim Vandenberg, Bjorn Halvard Knappskog
Distributor: 
Tostie Productions, New Video Group
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Four More Feet

Production Company: 
Dina Sutin Productions
Plot/Description: 
In Four More Feet, film-maker Dina Sutin captures the journey of Randy, Quinn and co-climber Justin Fuller from beginning to end, as they sought to make the record books by climbing all 48 of New Hampshire's highest mountains in a single winter season. This is a feat that had only been accomplished by 46 others -- and never by a blind man and guide dog team. Now you can get an inspiring, close-up look at the determination and positive thinking that drives Randy Pierce. From exhilaration to exhaustion, and ultimately triumph, Four More Feet delivers an insider's view of their journey, and will keep you on the edge of your seat 'til the very last hike.
Year of Release: 
2012
Filming Locations: 
Chunky's Cinema Pub - Nashua NH, Franklin Opera House, Franklin NH
Producer: 
Dina Sutin
Director: 
Dina Sutin
Cast: 
Randy Pierce, The Mighty Quinn, Justin Fuller, Tracy Pierce, Tim Lucia, Kyle Dancause
Contact Person: 
Randy Pierce
Contact Phone: 
888-542-0201
Posted Email: 
4morefeet@2020visionquest.org
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Moving Stone

Production Company: 
United States Youth Chamber of Commerce Owl Productions
Plot/Description: 
Moving Stone is an independent film project that brings together students, professionals, and professors in an empathetic atmosphere to take part in the learning and filmmaking process. The story deals with the internal conflicts of a bowling team on the verge of entering their championship game.
Year of Release: 
2011
Filming Locations: 
Olindy's Bowling Alley/Curry College
Budget: 
6
Director of Photography: 
Edwin Rubio
Producer: 
Connell Wise
Writer: 
Christopher Dolan
Director: 
Christopher Dolan
Cast: 
Madeline Merenda (Alana), Maria Natapov (Lena), John Swain (Terry), Kyley Nortey (Craig), David Kopcych (Buster)
Contact Person: 
Chris Dolan- Director
Contact Phone: 
781 351 1166
Posted Email: 
movingstonemovie@yahoo.com
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Dead Rat Magazine Show to the rescue!

AKA (Other Title): 
Demonstrating what some of the talents from N.E. Film has been doing for us.
Production Company: 
Outlaw East Entertainment
Plot/Description: 
After a tough day, this individual finds relief in comedy.
Year of Release: 
2011
Filming Locations: 
Harvard Square-Cambridge MA, Copley Square-Boston MA,Jamica Plain MA
Posted Email: 
secretary@outlaweastentertainment.com
Director of Photography: 
Edwin A. Jones
Producer: 
Outlaw East Entertainment
Writer: 
Exlus Bennett
Director: 
Edwin Jones/Exlus Bennett
Cast: 
Agostinha DePina
Animator: 
Exlus Bennett
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Southie 74

Plot/Description: 
In 1974, Federal Judge Arthur Garrity made a decision to desegregate the Boston Public School system. In an attempt to racially integrate schools that rested in Boston’s segregated neighborhoods, black and white students were bused across the city, meeting protests - and sometimes violence - outside of their schools. Due to their angry and rowdy demonstrations as Roxbury students entered South Boston High School, the Irish community of South Boston gained media attention that painted its residents as racist, uneducated thugs. Fast forward nearly 35 years later as local filmmaker and Southie Boy, Padriac Farma embarks on a journey to discover South Boston’s true voice following this dark point in their history. For some, the issues resulting from forced busing have never been closed. There is still anger that permeates through the parents of the students forced to leave their neighborhood and a stigma that continues to follow all residents of South Boston. The purpose of this film is not to prove who was right or wrong, but rather to give a voice to the residents that lived and fought through this period in Boston’s history. It is an opportunity for South Boston residents to finally share their story.
Year of Release: 
2011
Director: 
Padriac Farma
Contact Person: 
Padriac Farma or Jessica Furtado
Posted Email: 
74southie@gmail.com
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Overqualified

Production Company: 
Black Dog Productions
Plot/Description: 
This film follows a driven young lady who graduated at the top of her class in both highschool and college as she adjusts to living with her parents, working various part time jobs as she searchers for employment in her field and struggles to pay her loans.
Year of Release: 
2011
Filming Locations: 
Maine
Director of Photography: 
Alexander S. Marquis
Producer: 
Alexander S. Marquis
Writer: 
Alexander S. Marquis
Director: 
Alexander S. Marquis
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Santas Off Season

AKA (Other Title): 
Adam Williams
Production Company: 
fRoGpOnD Productions
Plot/Description: 
This is the first documentary film I have ever done. All filming was done in four days. Editing in two days. This was a final project done for the Camden International Film Festival class at the University of maine
Year of Release: 
2009
Filming Locations: 
Bangor Maine
Budget: 
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Director of Photography: 
Alexander S. Marquis
Producer: 
Alexander S. Marquis
Writer: 
Alexander S. Marquis
Director: 
Alexander S. Marquis
Cast: 
Alexander S. Marquis Adam Burtulli Adam Williams
Contact Person: 
Alexander S. Marquis
Contact Phone: 
2075764514
Posted Email: 
alexander.marquis@umit.maine.edu
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How to Fillet Your Port Clyde Fresh Catch by Will Hyler.

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How to Fillet Your Port Clyde Fresh Catch by Will Hyler.

Wild View

AKA (Other Title): 
Wild View Series
Production Company: 
Equilibrio Films, LLC
Plot/Description: 
Ever wonder what magnificent marvels lie outside of your back door? WILD VIEW is a compelling and fascinating educational series in 12 short episodes, each presenting a detailed look at unique habitats, wildlife species, fascinating scientific research, and heroic conservation efforts in Massachusetts and in other parts of New England. Experience the sights and sounds of New England from an entirely new and stunning perspective. Fly through the Connecticut Valley with the majestic Bald Eagle, learn about the imperiled Old Growth Forests, and follow the Humpback Whale through New England waters in WILD VIEW. In association with the Mass Audubon, Equilibrio Films series WILD VIEW is the first New England wildlife documentary to be filmed in Ultra High-Definition. WILD VIEW will both enthrall and educate audiences of all ages in New England and beyond.
Year of Release: 
2011
Filming Locations: 
Mass Audubon properties, public nature properties, all over New England
Director of Photography: 
Christian Munoz-Donoso
Producer: 
Christian Munoz-Donoso Executive Producer, Jenn Ramsay Producer
Writer: 
Christian Munoz-Donoso
Director: 
Christian Munoz-Donoso
Cast: 
Different wildlife species of New England! Host's name to be released.
Contact Person: 
Christian Munoz-Donoso
Contact Phone: 
413-585-0095
Posted Email: 
contact@wildviewseries.org
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"For Boston" preview.

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Quahoggers

Production Company: 
Lexfilm Productions
Plot/Description: 
The future of the shellfishing industry in Rhode Island is in jeopardy. What does this mean for the Quahoggers?
Year of Release: 
2008
Filming Locations: 
Warwick, RI
Director of Photography: 
David H. Angell
Producer: 
David H. Angell, Roger Mulcahy Jr.
Director: 
David H. Angell
Cast: 
Dr. Michael Bell, Owen Kelly, Jeffrey Grant, Joe Amonte
Contact Person: 
David H. Angell
Contact Phone: 
401-419-6714
Posted Email: 
davidhangell@gmail.com
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Being Nimble: In pursuit of dreams

Production Company: 
WDP Films
Plot/Description: 
18 students enter the New England Center for Circus Arts on September 8 on a nine month journey to become Professional Circus Performers. How many will make it? How many will not?
Year of Release: 
2011
Filming Locations: 
Brattleboro, VT
Contact Person: 
Bill Forchion
Posted Email: 
wdpf@sover.net
Director of Photography: 
Carl Allen
Producer: 
Bill Forchion
Writer: 
Bill Forchion
Director: 
Bill Forchion
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Is This Thing On?

Production Company: 
Resounding
Year of Release: 
2011
Filming Locations: 
Cambridge, Somerville
Director of Photography: 
Anthony Hardwick
Producer: 
Tony Lovell, Todd Pinkerton
Director: 
Tony Lovell
Cast: 
Kevin O'Neil, Vinnie Taormina, Tom Bianchi, Danielle Miraglia, Zach Sherwin, Tom Despres, Elizabeth Porter, Greg Klyma, Steven Bacon
Posted Email: 
tone@resounding.com
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Greetings from Missile Street

Production Company: 
Joe Public Films
Plot/Description: 
In the summer of 2000, members of Voices in the Wilderness, a campaign to stop the economic sanctions against Iraq, committed an act of civil disobedience. Facing up to twelve years in jail and fines in excess of one-million dollars, the delegates went to live in Basra, Iraq with families who survive on the U.N. Oil for Food Program rations. Delegates experienced first hand the hardships Iraqi families face due to the economic sanctions imposed against their country. Has screened at the "Flickerings" Film Festival, Seattle Underground FF, Vermont International FF, Visualized Film Festival in Denver, and it has aired extensively on Free Speech TV, a DISH Network satellite TV channel. Website:
Year of Release: 
2001
Director: 
Tom Jackson
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Black Men Can Fly

Production Company: 
Protown Productions
Plot/Description: 
George S. Lima's story spans 86 years and goes from New England to Harlem, to the Deep South and back. He was an aviator when it was thought that black men couldn't fly. This story makes us realize that even through the trials, tribulations, struggles and suffering, Black Men Can Fly..
Year of Release: 
2005
Filming Locations: 
Rhode Island
Producer: 
Ken Bento & Napoleon X
Writer: 
Ken Bento & Napoleon X
Director: 
Ken Bento & Napoleon X
Cast: 
George S. Lima
Posted Email: 
blackmencanfly@usa.com
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Main Street or Mall Street?

By Ellen Mills
A still from "Touching History."
The Tasty Diner was a fixture in Harvard Square for over 80 years before being evicted from its spot in an historic building. In "Touching History," filmmaker Federico Muchnik documents the struggle to preserve this local institution and highlights similar debates across the country over historic preservation and support for local businesses.

The Life We Lead

Plot/Description: 
The Life We Lead is an ongoing documentary series on punk bands in and around the Boston area. Shows feature interviews, commentary, live footage and music videos.
Year of Release: 
2002
Filming Locations: 
Boston, MA
Producer: 
Sean Huck
Director: 
Sean Huck
Contact Phone: 
857-205-1996 (cell)
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Tracks to Somewhere: An Intimate Portrait of the Hobo Lifestyle

Plot/Description: 
“Tracks to Somewhere” is a first person documentary which explores the contemporary hobo community and its rail riding lifestyle. Through documenting hoboes around the nation, “Tracks to Somewhere” will truly create one of the most intimate portraits of contemporary American hobo.
Year of Release: 
2004
Producer: 
Michael Gunn
Director: 
Dacia "Hitch" Kornechuk & Blake "Boomer" Harjes
Contact Person: 
Michael Gunn Producer
Contact Phone: 
(617) 953-3531
Posted Email: 
boomerandhitch@yahoo.com
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Breaking the Silence

By Sara Faith Alterman
Still from "Killing Silence."
Governed for decades by stealthy intimidation and invisible threats, the people of Sicily finally united to wrench their community from the iron grasp of the tyrannical Mafia. John Michalczyk's new documentary "Killing Silence" explores the devastation and valor left in the wake of a social revolution, a battle of good versus evil.

The Diary of Sacco and Vanzetti

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Production Company: 
Memory Productions
Plot/Description: 
Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti, two Italian immigrants to America who were executed in 1927 after they were convicted of killing two people during a robbery in South Braintree. Their controversial trial became a political firestorm fueled by anti-immigration and "Red Scare" hysteria that gripped post-World War I America. In this unique docu-drama, shot on location around Boston where the case took place, Rothauser portrays Vanzetti using the one-time fish peddler's own letters, speeches and documents to revisit one of the nation's most notorious criminal cases.
Year of Release: 
2004
Filming Locations: 
Ellis Island and Massachusetts
Producer: 
David Rothauser & David Mauriello
Writer: 
David Rothauser
Director: 
David Rothauser
Cast: 
David Rothauser
Distributor: 
Memory Productions
Contact Person: 
Memory Productions, 39 Fuller Street, Brookline, MA 02446
Contact Phone: 
617 232-4150
Posted Email: 
Drothauser@aol.com
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The Sun Still Rises

Production Company: 
Aha! Films/ Oversoul Theatre Collective
Plot/Description: 
A documentary about the contemporary Mashpee Wampanoag community and it's connection to it's past as a tribal territory.
Year of Release: 
2004
Filming Locations: 
Mashpee, MA
Producer: 
Mwalim & Hartman Deetz
Director: 
Mwalim
Cast: 
Mashpee Wamapnaog Community
Contact Person: 
Mwalim 201 Main Street Mashpee, MA 02649
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