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Small Company Shoots Big

By Mike Kennedy
The filmmakers behind "World's Largest Ball of Paint."
Boutique shop Tippingpoint Labs tries to break into the documentary market in a big way with their film "Roadside Ambition."

Race Against Time

By Sara Faith Alterman Two cameras. A dozen crew members. Three packs of Twizzlers. Endless cups of coffee. One looong weekend.  The 48 Hour Film Project hits Boston.

Liquid Lunch

By Randy Steinberg
A still from "Number Two Pencil."
Joe Gatto talks about his new short film "Number Two Pencil" and his company, Liquid Lunch Productions.

Industry News

By Michele Meek
A still from "Land of College Prophets."
The Massachusetts Production Coalition, a new film festival in Maine, and more.... A report of news & happenings in the local industry for May 2005.

Industry News

By Michele Meek
Gael Garcìa Bernal stars as Kit in the romantic thriller "dot the i" now screening at Kendall Square Cinema.
A report of news & happenings in the local industry for April 2005.

Industry News

By Michele Meek
"Peaceable Kingdom" will screen at Images Cinema on March 14. www.imagescinema.org
A report of news & happenings in the local industry for March 2005.

Reinventing Film Finance

By Randy Steinberg
Harvey Avidon from Boston Screen Partners.
Harvey Avidon from Boston Screen Partners talks about his new finance company that helps investors profit from independent film.

Picture Perfect

By Ellen MillsIn 1990 when Mark Hankey asked a few directors that he knew if they would join him in forming a production company in Boston it was, in his own words, "a leap of faith." The company, Picture Park, is now entering its 15th year in business and what began in faith is flourishing in reality.

Industry News

By Michele Meek
"One in Eight," will screen as part of WIFVNE's Checks Make Flicks on February 8.
A report of news & happenings in the local industry for February 2005.

Industry News

By Michele Meek
"Soldiers Pay," will screen as part of the 2005 Boston Human Rights Watch International Film Festival this month.
A report of news & happenings in the local industry for January 2005.

Indie Power

By Melinda GreenThe power of the people and their work is the only concern at the Association of Independent Video and Filmmakers, a national organization for filmmakers.

Industry News

By Michele Meek
Highway 50 Productions LLC is in post-production on their latest film "Dante's Salvation."
A report of news & happenings in the local industry for December 2004.

Maine Money

By Sarah KatzMaine Film and Video Association presents a forum on "Financing for Film and Video Production Business Ventures" and offers filmmakers some essential advice.

Big Studio at Smaller Prices

By Katrin Redfern
One of the buildings at Tripeg Studios.
Thanks to Connecticut’s new Tripeg Studios, the film world between New York and Montreal gets a leg-up.

Industry News

By Claudia Haydon
"Dona Ana" screens at Center for Latino Arts in Boston on November 6 at 3 pm.
A report of news & happenings in the local industry for November 2004.

Industry News

By Michele Meek
Laura Colella's film "Stay Until Tomorrow" will screen as part of the New England Film and Video Festival on October 7-11.
A report of news & happenings in the local industry for October 2004.

Talk to Me: The Media Mentors Program

By Ellen Mills
Top Row:
After benefiting from guidance in their own careers in media, Irena Fayngold and Jessica Gidal founded a program through WIFV/NE called "Media Mentors" to formalize the mentoring that occurs informally within the film/video community. As the application process for the second year begins, the founders tell NewEnglandFilm.com about the success of the first year and the value of the mentor/mentee relationship.

Making Good

By Randy Steinberg
No Good Script founders (L to R)Tom Bean and Luke Poling.
Luke Poling and Tom Bean launch a new script coverage service to reverse the trend of "No Good Scripts."

Industry News

By Melinda Green
"End of the Century: The Ramones Story" screens at the FilmFest New Haven this month. Photo courtesy of Magnolia Pictures.
A report of news & happenings in the local industry for September 2004.

Lucky 7: NewEnglandFilm.com Celebrates a B-Day

By Michele Meek

Have a look at this visual retrospective of the past years at NewEnglandFilm.com.

Industry News

By Melinda Green
"Pretend" screens on Friday August 5 at 5 pm as part of the Woods Hole Film Festival.
The DNC, Woods Hole and Rhode Island Film Fests, and more... A report of news & happenings in the local industry for August 2004.

Industry News

By Melinda Green
"Noise" screens on Saturday, July 31 at 9 pm as part of the Woods Hole Film Festival.
A report of news & happenings in the local industry for July 2004.

Grant Guidance

By Andrea Maxwell
Filmmakers Steve Gentile and Jim Wolpaw received a MFH grant for "Loaded Gun -- Life, Death and Emily Dickinson."
This segment of the NewEnglandFilm.com funding series profiles the Massachusetts Foundation for the Humanities who offers media grants to help filmmakers help humanity.

Industry News

By Melinda Green
Matthew Temple's "Senses of Place" premieres at the Lake Placid Film Festival this month.
A report of news & happenings in the local industry for June 2004.

Industry News

By Melinda GreenA report of news & happenings in the local industry for May 2004.

Boston Phoenix: BFVF's Reincarnation

By Rebecca Richards
The FilmShack production center will house the new Boston Educational Film and Video Association.
FilmShack Founder Robert Patton-Spruill picks up the pieces of the Boston Film/Video Foundation to form the new Boston Educational Film and Video Association.

Industry News

By Melinda Green
"Beyond Dreamland" plans to wrap production August 2004.
"The Twelve Dogs of Christmas," an upcoming Bravo series, "Beyond Dreamland" and more... A report of news & happenings in the local industry for April 2004.

The Stuff Dreams Are Made Of

By Randy Steinberg
The outside of the Dream Alley Pictures offices.
Dream Alley Pictures opens up shop as Boston’s newest film and television production company with a talented team and ambitious goals.

Industry News

By Allison Walton
A still from "The Sweetest Sound" by Alan Berliner showing at the Maine Jewish Film Festival this month.
BFVF's closing, WGBH contest, upcoming screenings... A report of news & events in the local industry for March 2004.

And the Oscar Goes To...

By Randy Steinberg
The Massachusetts Film Bureau's 2004 Oscar Party.
... the Massachusetts Film Bureau (well, in our minds) for their dedication to bringing Hollywood to Massachusetts long after government funding has vanished.