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Film Festival & Event Profiles

Film Festivals Unite!

By Judy Laster
The festivals across New England sometimes showcase the same film, such as "Floating" (pictured above) .
The film festival directors from across New England join together to make the local fest circuit more powerful than ever.

Behind-the-Scenes with Local Filmmakers

By Bonnie Waltch
Dexter Media is one of the film companies opening its doors to visitors on March 18 for Open Studios.
Wondering where your favorite local filmmaker creates his or her work? Check out the 2nd annual Filmmakers Open Studios.

Bringing Back the Bite: The Boston Underground Film Festival

By Paula Noyes
A still from one of the films to be shown at the 2001 Boston Underground Film Festival.
From the truly beautiful to the utterly disturbing, this year’s Boston Underground Film Festival has something for everyone.

2001: A Sundance Odyssey

By Michele Meek
Robin Dawson (Director of Mass Film Office) leading the "Happy Birthday" for Kevin Fennessy at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival
A "live" report from this year's Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

The Other Dance

By Michele Meek
Most of the Slamdance 2001 events & screenings took place at the Silvermine pictured here.
The Slamdance Film Festival offers the perfect foil to Sundance.

Celebrating Women in Film

By Vikki Warner
Women in Film & Video, NE Image Award co-chairs Sally Fay Cottingham (left) and Rebecca Richards (right) at the event.
This group of women is dedicated to providing a sense of community for women filmmakers in the New England area. Find out what inspires them.

Industry News

By Allison Twomey
The Coolidge Corner Theatre will feature several shorts produced under the supervision of Jay Craven this month.
A report of news & events in the local industry for December 2000

Festival of Films from Iran

By Paula Noyes
A still from "The Blackboard" to be featured in the festival.
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston presents recent films by new and seasoned directors.

Industry News

By Allison Twomey
Richard Broadman's last film "Brownsville: Black and White" will have its world premiere on November 12
A report of news & events in the local industry for November 2000

Photo Journal From Toronto

By Sandy MacDonaldReporter and Actress Susan Johnston sends some photos from the 2000 Toronto Film Festival.

More than Just Movies

By Natasha Lardera
Local filmmaker Zack Stratis' film "Could Be Worse" will be featured at this year's Northampton Film Festival.
This month, the 2000 Northampton Film Festival offers a wonderful assortment of over 50 films as well as workshops, seminars, Q&A sessions, and more.

Showcasing Local Directors

By Peg Aloi
Boston Filmmaker Brad Anderson's film "Happy Accidents" will screen at the Coolidge's Director's Cut this October 18.
Filmmakers and film buffs come together for the Coolidge Corner Theater's "Director's Cut."

Industry News

By Michele Meek
A still from the work of Boston digital artist Jennifer Hall who received the Rappaport Prize.
A report of news & events in the local industry for October 2000

List of New England Films at the 2000 Independent Feature Project Market

By Jason SciarroneA List of the New England Projects featured at the 2000 Independent Feature Project Market

North of the Border

By Devon Damonte
Wendy Tilby, Harvard University faculty member took Grand Prize for Best Canadian Film for her film "When the Day Breaks"
New England animators receive accolades at this year's Ottawa International Animation Festival.

Going to Market

By Michele Meek
The locally produced film "Look Back, Don't Look Back" was featured at this year's market.
NewEnglandFilm.com reports from the 2000 Independent Feature Project Market (formerly IFFM) in New York.

Industry News

By Allison TwomeyA report of news & events in the local industry

The 2000 Boston Film Festival

By Natasha Lardera
The locally-produced film "Henry Hill" will be shown at this year's Boston Film Festival.
The 16th Boston Film Festival offers up local and national premieres, as well as a selection of locally produced films.

Industry News

By Allison TwomeyA report of news & events in the local industry

Showcasing Local Talent

By Kristen Paulson
"Blind Light" by Producer/Director Pola Papaport will screen at this year's festival.
Judy Laster, director of the Woods Hole Film Festival, shares the history of the fest and what's new for 2000.

Record Year in Rhode Island

By Amy Souza
"Poor White Trash" starring Sean Young will close this year's festival.
At Rhode Island International Film Festival 2000, you'll find over 175 films and programs for scriptwriters, filmmakers, even kids.

Industry News

By Allison Twomey
"Committed" will be featured at the Maine International Film Festival on July 8 at 7:15 pm and July 9 at 12:45 pm. See miff.org
The dish on local films & industry-related news.

Focus on Screenwriting

By Kat Thomas
Morning Coffee with... (from left to right) Jace Alexander, Steve Klein, Susan Skoog and Brad Anderson (1998).
The 2000 Nantucket Film Festival offers up local gems as well as tips of the trade.

Industry News

By Allison Twomey
Woody Keppel "Icebreaker."
The dish on local films & industry-related news.

O Pioneers!

By Shannon O'Neill
Michal Goldman is one of this year's Image Award receipients.
Women in Film & Video/New England honors local women in the industry this month at the Second Image Awards.

Industry News

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

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.

A Matriarch Tells Her Story

By Dave Avdoian
A still from "Alzira: A Matriarch Tells Her Story."
Christian de Rezendes talks about his poignant, personal documentary "Alzira: A Matriarch Tells Her Story" which will screen at the Rhode Island International Film Festival.

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.

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.