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Death: A Love Story

By Chris Cooke
A still from "Death: A Love Story."
A review of "Death: A Love Story"

Industry News

By Julie Wolf
A still from "A Hero for Daisy.
The dish on local films & industry-related news.

Films that Challenge

By Amy Souza
A still from Cambridge Documentary Films' powerful film "Defending Our Lives."
Filmmaker Margaret Lazarus talks about her inspiration for Cambridge Documentary Films and her motivation to make films about social justice.

Indie-vidualized Attention for Filmmakers

By Kristen PaulsonJay Sweet from Fort Point Entertainment takes NewEnglandFilm.com on a tour of the company's new film promotion division.

Target Audience

By Stephen Brophy
A still from "Southpaw" part of the Shooting Gallery Film Series.
A review of The Shooting Gallery Film Series

Out of Bounds: The Boston International Festival of Women's Cinema

By Francine Latil
A still from "Virgin Suicides" screening at this year's festival.
Marianne Lampke gives us a sneak preview of this month's Boston International Festival of Women's Cinema.

Industry News

By Julie Wolf
The Boston International Festival of Women's Cinema kicks off on April 13.
The dish on local films & industry-related news.

Art at 30 Frames Per Second

By Tiffany Patrick The Short & Edgy Festival

Industry News

By Susan Borden
Film Animator Karen Aqua will open up her studio in this month's Filmmakers Open Studio.
The dish on local films & industry-related news.

Remembering Richard Broadman

By Holly Madden
Still from Richard Broadman's celebrated film "Mission Hill and the Miracle of Boston."
A talented and uncompromising documentary filmmaker, Broadman left behind a loyal following of friends and film peers.

Filmmaking on the Edge

By Devon Damonte
A still from "Border. Line... Family Pictures" screening at the Year 2000 New England Film and Video Festival.
Filmmaker C.A. Griffith, winner of the Visions in Color Award, talks about her film "Border. Line... Family Pictures."

What's on the Menu: Sampling of Films from the Fest

By Chris Cooke
Still from "Dog Days."
Reviews of "Dog Days," "Minotaur," "Moonshine" and other 25th Annual New England Film & Video Festival treats.

In Search of the Great American Poet

By Devon Damonte
A still from "Look Back, Don't Look Back" screening at the New England Film and Video Festival this year.
A conversation with Randy Bell and Justin Rice, winners of the Best of Festival award for their film "Look Back, Don't Look Back" about their obsession with Bob Dylan.

25 Years of the New England Film & Video Festival

By Devon Damonte
Still from "Restless" to be screened at this year's festival.
NEFVF Director Devon Damonte gives an inside look at this year's selection of films and the events to come.

Portrait of the Boston Irish Film Festival

By Peg Aloi
A still from "Three Brothers" one of the films showing in this year's festival.
The 2nd Boston Irish Film Festival diversifies with a selection of great films screening at the Harvard Film Archive this month.

On the Edge: The 2nd Annual Boston Underground Film Festival

By Dave Avdoian
"Little Shots of Happiness" was part of last year's Boston Underground Film Festival.
David Kleiler creates a celebration of films running counter to the mainstream at this month's 2nd Boston Underground Film Festival.

Water Fight

By Julie Wolf
A still from "A Hero for Daisy.
A review of "A Hero for Daisy"

Industry News

By Abigail Harmon
Andrew Mudge's "Chicken Pox Pal" was one of five shorts picked up by the Sundance Channel.
The dish on local films & industry-related news.

Little Treasures

By Chris Cooke
Photo of "Bingo" one of the shorts featured in the program.
A Review of "Outstandingly Entertaining Short Films"

Couldn't Be Better

By Susana Rossberg
Still from "Could Be Worse."
Producer and Screenwriter Vilma Gregoropoulos talks about the path that led "Could Be Worse!" to Sundance 2000.

Labor of Love

By Amy Souza
Still from "Mai's America."
Marlo Poras talks about the making of "Mai's America," a documentary about the experiences of a young exchange student who comes to America from Vietnam.

The Talented Mr. Wagner

By Holly Madden
Paul Wagner in one of his many wacky poses.
A whirling dervish of creativity, Paul Wagner talks about his varied comedic acting career which has led him from Dunkin' Donuts to "Next Stop Wonderland."

My Life as an Orphan

By Kiersten Conner-Sax
A screen shot from "The Cider House Rules."
A Review of "The Cider House Rules."

From Clerk to Curator: Bruce Jenkins of Harvard Film Archive

By Devon Damonte
"Shame" screens on February 7 at the Harvard Film Archive.
The new curator of the Harvard Film Archive talks about his background and his vision for HFA's future.

Filmmaking Through Generations

By Denise Taylor
Photo of Belle Greenberg.
Local filmmaker Laurel Greenberg talks about her film "94 Years and 1 Nursing Home Later" which screens this month at the Boston MFA.

Robin Dawson: Heading up the Mass Film Office

By Eric Aron
A scene from "Good Will Hunting" shot in Massachusetts.
The director of the MFO works on bringing Hollywood production to the Bay State.

Industry News for New England

By Lindsey Walker
A shot from local film "Road to Park City" which opens Slamdance this month.
The dish on local films & industry-related news.

Review: "Next Stop, Wonderland"

By Kiersten Conner-SaxThere's a lot to like about this funny, endearing, and genuine movie, but as with sugar-free cookies, it would have been better with, well, some sugar.

Summer of Films: Woods Hole Film Festival

By Michele Meek

A profile of the films featured at the 1998 festival.