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Industry News - November 2012

By Casey Stirling
Ashley Waits screens at the SNOB Film Festival

Want to Do It Your Damn Self? Submit to the National Youth Video & Film Festival, and check out the news for local films, upcoming festivals, and filmmaker opportunities. To submit news, e-mail news@newenglandfilm.com.

The DotCommentary: Election Season

By Chuck Slavin
Chuck Slavin on camera

Massachusetts is getting her close-up, people... and making it count. How can we keep business coming our way, New England?

Industry News – October 2012

By Casey Stirling
Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? screens October 31 at the Coolidge for its 50th anniversary

Looking for a fright? New England has a spooktacular line up of Halloween films playing all this month. Check out the news for local films, upcoming festivals, and filmmaker opportunities. To submit news, e-mail news@newenglandfilm.com.

Industry News - September 2012

By Casey Stirling
Chasing Ice screens at NewportFILM and at the Camden International Film Festival this month

Get your fill of festivals this month at the Martha's Vineyard Film Festival, the Camden International Film Festival, and the Boston Film Festival. Even NewEnglandFilm.com is getting in on the festival action. Check out the news for local films, upcoming festivals, and filmmaker opportunities. To submit news, e-mail news@newenglandfilm.com.

The DotCommentary: A New Column on the Local Film Industry and Film Tax Credits

By Chuck Slavin
The Dot Commentary: A Column on NewEnglandFilm.com by Chuck Slavin

SAG-AFTRA actor and tenacious film activist Chuck Slavin introduces his new column The DotCommentary.

Industry News - August 2012

By Casey Stirling
The Queen of Versailles screens at the Woods Hole Film Festival, July 28 - August 4

New England abounds with festivals this month, from the Rhode Island International Film Festival to the Woods Hole Film Festival to Kahbang 2012. Check out the news for local films, upcoming festivals, and filmmaker opportunities. To submit news, e-mail news@newenglandfilm.com.

Industry News - July 2012

By Casey Stirling
Farewell, My Queen at the Boston French Film Festival July 12-29

Tis the season for outdoor summer movies; catch them at the Boston Harbor Hotel or in Providence, Rhode Island. Check out the news for local films, upcoming festivals, and filmmaker opportunities. To submit news, e-mail news@newenglandfilm.com.

Industry News - June 2012

By Casey Stirling
Beasts of the Southern Wild, this month at the Nantucket Film Festival

Summer arrives this month, and with it comes a host of exciting film festivals! Check out the news for local films, upcoming festivals, and filmmaker opportunities. To submit news, e-mail news@newenglandfilm.com.

Industry News - May 2012

By Casey Stirling
2 Days in New York, screening at the BIFF

Congratulations to the Boston Globe's own Wesley Morris for taking home a Pulitzer Prize in criticism! Check out the news for local films, upcoming festivals, and filmmaker opportunities. To submit news, e-mail news@newenglandfilm.com.

Industry News - April 2012

By Casey Stirling
Sleepwalk with Me, screening at the IFF Boston

April is Muppet Madness Month! Get your fix at the Brattle, or try out any of the other exciting film events going on this month. Check out the news for local films, upcoming festivals, and filmmaker opportunities. To submit news, e-mail news@newenglandfilm.com.

Industry News - March 2012

By Casey Stirling
Raising Renee, screening at the Women's Film Festival in VT

It's a great month to be a woman filmmaker with the MJFF Women Filmmakers Forum, the VT Women's Film Festival, and the Women in Film & Video's 10th Annual Screenwriting Competition. Check out the news for local films, upcoming festivals, and filmmaker opportunities. To submit news, e-mail news@newenglandfilm.com.

Industry News - February 2012

By Casey Stirling
We Need to Talk About Kevin screens at the Harvard Film Archive this month

Make Oscars night a night on the town at one of New England's many celebrations this month. Check out the news from local films, upcoming festivals, and filmmaker opportunities. To submit news, e-mail news@newenglandfilm.com.

Industry News - January 2012

By Casey Stirling
Journey of the Universe screens this month at the Woodbridge, CT Jewish Community Center

Make it your New Year's resolution to forget the gym and head to one of the many exciting events happening around New England this month. Check out the news from local films, upcoming festivals, and filmmaker opportunities. To submit news, e-mail news@newenglandfilm.com.

Industry News - December 2011

By Casey Stirling
It's a Wonderful Life, showing at the Brattle this month

Whether you're feeling festive enough to head to Vermont's Stowe Mountain Film Festival, or you're feeling like the Brattle's Alt-Xmas might be more your style, New England has plenty of holiday screenings to offer this month. Check out the news from local films, upcoming festivals, and filmmaker opportunities. To submit news, e-mail news@newenglandfilm.com.

7 Fluid Oz in 10 Fluid Years

By Dave Walker
The Commitment, 7 Fluid Oz's latest film project

Acclaimed Boston production company, 7 Fluid Oz. Productions, is celebrating ten years in the business.

617: From Area Code to Web series

By Diana Maxfield
A production still from 617 The Series

The 617 area code is the site of movies, TV shows, and now its very own web series, created about Bostonians by Bostonians -- producer Amy De Paola and writer Katie Shannon.

Industry News - November 2011

By Casey Stirling
The Umbrellas of Cherbourg screens this month at the Museum of Fine Arts

News from local films, upcoming festivals, and filmmaker opportunities. To submit news, e-mail news@newenglandfilm.com.

Movies From Marlboro: Taking the College Experience to a New Level

By K. Correia
Marlboro student filmmakers, Photo Credit: Marlboro College

The Movies from Marlboro program at Vermont’s Marlboro College combines classroom study with a professional work practicum, giving students and professional filmmakers alike an unforgettable learning experience.

Industry News - October 2011

By Casey Stirling
We Need to Talk About Kevin has its East Coast premiere at the Williamstown Film Festival this month

Looking for something spooky to do this October? Catch a film at the Rhode Island International Horror Film Festival, or head to Charlestown to try and catch a glimpse of the R.I.P.D. film set. Read on for opportunities, industry buzz and happenings in the local industry. To submit news, e-mail news@newenglandfilm.com.

Industry News - September 2011

By Casey Stirling
A snapshot from Camden International Film Festival's Points North Forum

Spend some time with the muppets and Woody Allen on the big screen this month at two of the many September film series. Read on for opportunities, industry buzz and happenings in the local industry. To submit news, e-mail news@newenglandfilm.com.

Coming Soon: The 3rd Annual Online New England Film Festival

By Alli Rock
Dark Scribbles, screening in the 2011 Online New England Film Festival

Pop some popcorn in the microwave and dim the living room lights -- NewEnglandFilm.com’s 3rd Annual Online Film Festival is coming soon to a web page near you! Get a quick preview of some of the films you’ll be able to see right here from September 1 through October 15.

Industry News - August 2011

By Casey Stirling
A still from Bob and the Monster, screening at this year's KahBang Festival in Maine

From Maine to Massachusetts, New England has plenty of film festivals to visit this August. Read on for opportunities, industry buzz and happenings in the local industry. To submit news, e-mail news@newenglandfilm.com.

Industry News - July 2011

By Casey Stirling
The 2011 Maine International Film Festival Poster

You don't need to choose between enjoying the summer weather and seeing a movie with outdoor screenings like Providence's Movies on the Block and Magic 106.7's Family Free Movies in Boston, all starting this month. Read on for opportunities, industry buzz and happenings in the local industry. To submit news, email news@newenglandfilm.com.

Act Now: Actor Chuck Slavin Champions Local Filmmaking

By Michele Meek
Actor Chuck Slavin with Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick

Local actor Chuck Slavin takes matters into his own hands as an activist to sustain the local film industry. As founder of New England Talent & Crew and the man behind the monthly Filmmaker Shindig meetings, Slavin has a mantra: film tax credits bring jobs and money to our region.

Industry News - June 2011

By Casey Stirling
A still from Margin Call, screening at the Nantucket Film Festival this June.

Rub shoulders with Darren Aronofsky and Vera Farmiga at the Provincetown International Film Festival or check out one of the many other exciting events this June. Read on for opportunities, industry buzz and happenings in the local industry. To submit news, email news@newenglandfilm.com.

The Artist and the Activist: Bess O'Brien of Kingdom County Productions

By John DeCarli
Ask Us Who We Are by Kingdom County Productions

Filmmakers Bess and Jay O'Brien truly believe that they live in "the Kingdom," and have worked hard to make films that explore stories of northeast Vermont since 1991. Their most recent documentary, Ask Us Who We Are, is currently making the rounds, showing audiences about the people behind Vermont's foster care system.

Industry News - May 2011

By Casey Stirling
A still from The Wish Makers of West Hollywood, premiering at the Boston LGBT Film Festival

Cameras are rolling this month as a feature and a web series begin production, and there are plenty of finished films to take in via festivals across New England. Read on for opportunities, industry buzz and happenings in the local industry. To submit news, email news@newenglandfilm.com.

Theatre Profile: The Customer is Right at the Roxy

By Casey Stirling
Spring into the Roxy, Photo Credit: Seth Gordon, Roxy Manager

In the heart of downtown Burlington, surrounded by shops and restaurants and within walking distance of the University of Vermont and Champlain College, sits the Roxy. The family-owned business has been voted Best Movie Theater for several years in Vermont’s Seven Days’s Daysie Awards. Is there an independent cinema near you that deserves some attention? Send your suggestions to news@newenglandfilm.com.

Collaboration: The Key to Success

By K. Correia
Making Media Now starts Friday, May 6

With 2011 fully underway, a new Executive Director, and an upcoming conference, The Filmmakers Collaborative is helping filmmakers in Re-Defining Collaboration in a Fractured Media World without losing sight of the traditional and conservative values of storytelling.

Industry News - April 2011

By Casey Stirling
Check out documentary "Leh Wi Tok" on April 7th

Ring in springtime this month by checking out the world's largest student film festival at Brown University or by shooting off a submission to the Kahbang Film Festival on being "MaineStream." Read on for opportunities, industry buzz and happenings in the local industry. To submit news, email news@newenglandfilm.com.