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Filmgoing in Vermont

By Jared M. Gordon
Camille Musser of Cambridge, MA appears in "Who Does She Think She Is?" which screens at both VT fests this month.

The Green Mountain Film Festival and the Women’s Film Festival bring color to the Green Mountain State this month.

How to Be a PA

By David Willis

A production assistant’s survival guide to finding and keeping film work in New England.

Seen and Heard: The Mass Film Office Wrap Party

By David Pierotti
Cocktail photo by diongillard.

David Pierotti reflects on the Boston film community's boom year of 2008 and what's in store for 2009.

Studios in the Making

By Kellie Speed
KAY Studios' Stage Five, located in East Providence, RI.

NewEnglandFilm.com revisits the sprint to the studio report from May 2008.

Industry News - February 2009

By Erin Trahan
Camille Soloari and Josh Mitchell on the red carpet at Sundance.

NewEnglandFilm.com is accepting submissions for an online film fest, high school students get filmmaking opps, awards ceremonies galore, and more... the February 2009 report of industry news, festivals, and happenings.

Connecticut Organizes to Keep Production In-State

By Jared M. Gordon
From L-R: Kim Relick, Bruce Heller, and Kevin Segalla of the CT Film Center at Cannes.

The newly-formed Connecticut Production Coalition seeks to defend New England’s biggest tax break for filmmakers.

Growing Momentum to Bolster Film Incentives in Maine

By Cameron Bonsey
Lea Giradin speaks to members of the Maine film community in December 2008.

Blogger and film advocate Cameron Bonsey gives a personal take on the roadblocks and opportunities to attracting more film production to Maine.

Industry News - January 2009

By Erin Trahan
Actors Michael Chen and Crystal Chiu, shooting a scene from Children of Invention.

Sundance helps film people look ahead, RI and CT start production coalitions, RIIFF and Coolidge name new staff, and more... the January 2009 report of industry news, festivals, and happenings.

Industry News - December 2008

By Erin Trahan
Mark Lund (left in blue) at a screening of his short, First World.

NewEnglandFilm.com hosts a party on December 10th, the LEF Moving Image Fund hosts a how-to-apply for funds workshop, and more... the December 2008 report of industry news, festivals, and happenings.

Industry News - November 2008

By Erin Trahan
Soldiers line up in Maryanne Galvin's documentary, Interrogate This.

NewEnglandFilm.com relaunches, Ruff Cutz, MassVOTE's Eye on Democracy Video Contest and more... the November 2008 report of industry news, festivals, and happenings.

Lighting New England

By Hillary von Schroeter
A Round-D-Round Doorway Dolly by Matthews

Kaye Lites of Woburn, MA recently doubled its size in response to an increased demand for lighting and grip.

Ready, Set… Act!

By David Pierotti
Jamake Pacual, Haven Quinn, Heidi Tranberg and daughters as The Bill Powers Band in the IFMP class movie "The Reality Shows."

A Brookline-based acting class gives actors hands-on experience, a film credit, and a reel.

Behind-the-Scenes of "Don McKay"

By Erin Trahan
It could be anywhere, but it's actually North Andover, MA.

An independent feature chooses Massachusetts over New York to the benefit of local crew members.

How to be a... Sports Camera Operator

By Mike Sullivan
Michael Porta knows cameras and sports.

Michael Porta has found a niche in remote broadcast television, which can be a launching pad for other creative projects.

Off the Ground

By Julia Cox
John Herman uses integrative tech to facilitate the NH Media Makers.  Photo by Roger Goun.

John Herman adopts a tried-and-true formula to lift the grassroots New Hampshire Media Makers into collective creativity.

Industry News

By Erin Trahan
Enlighten Up! screens this month in Boston and Cambridge.
Yoga gets a send-up in Kate Churchill's Enlighten Up!, the Balagan Film Series remembers when Boston had psychedelic daze, the LEF Foundation shifts its funding strategies, and more... A report of news & happenings in the local industry for September 2008

Bringing Films to the Berkshires

By Marc Maurino
L to R: BFMAC board member Keith Girouard, State Rep. William "Smitty" Pignatelli, MFO director Nick Paleologos

Berkshire resident and filmmaker Marc Maurino reports from a recent meeting of the Berkshire Film and Media Arts Commission (BFMAC).

Industry News

By Erin Trahan
Muthana Mohmed during his internship on Everything Is Illuminated. (Photo by Nina Davenport.)

A report of news & happenings in the local industry for June 2008.

Full Circle:The Merger of Rule Broadcast and Boston Camera

By Jared M. Gordon
John Rule (left) and Brian Malcom (right) discuss their joint venture.  Photo by Adam Van Voorhis.

John Rule and Brian Malcolm talk mergers, futures, and how
a new space will serve local filmmakers.

Keeping It Local

By Jamie Schiappucci
Executive director George Marshall talks to press at the 2007 RIIFF.

Industry members gathered to discuss how to keep film work in
the Ocean State at a recent film forum organized by the Rhode Island
International Film Festival.

Industry News

By Erin Trahan
Photo by Gretchen Roth.

A report of news & happenings in the local industry for
July 2008

Industry News

By Erin Trahan
Cast of Amber Sharp's Don't Go.  (Photo by Rebecca Sanabria.) [Click to enlarge]

A report of news & happenings in the local industry for May 2008

Sprint to the Studio

By David Pierotti
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Five New England locations vie to build the area’s first
major motion picture studio.

Industry News

By Erin Trahan
Show your moves, midnight at the Coolidge.

A report of news & happenings in the local industry for
April 2008

Their Opinion Matters

By Jenny Halper
Frank Langella in Starting Out in the Evening.
Twenty-seven years and running, the Boston Society of Film Critics hosts its first public awards ceremony.

Industry News

By Erin Trahan
Albertina Skhosana and her grandchildren in Today The Hawk Takes One Chick.
A report of news & happenings in the local industry for February 2008.

From Munich to Maine

By Scott R. Caseley
Jynx Productions exports American pop culture, and that often means cars.
Jynx Productions, based in Portland, ME, creates unique shorts for the German television market.  Co-founder Johannes Wiebus explains why their programming is a viable commodity overseas.

Industry News

By Erin Trahan
On the set of Willow's Way.
A report of news & happenings in the local industry for December 2007.

The Frontier is Collaborative

By Susi Walsh
Conference participants talk about collaboration.  Photo courtesy of Susi Walsh.
Susi Walsh reports from the field of NAMAC, and the unique toolings of Austin's indie scene.

Sweet Sound of Accessibility

By Nancy L. Babine The Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Film Club at the Coolidge Corner Theatre makes movies accessible to people with hearing loss.