NewEnglandFilm.com’s Ted Ryan interviews Cecily Tyler, co-founder and producer of One Day in Boston, an online event taking place on Saturday, April 26th, where they invite Bostonians to shoot video about the future of Boston.
Every month, NewEnglandFilm.com highlights new local film projects looking for funding. This month, check out the "Do It Your Damn Self!" festival and Visually Sound Pictures who are both looking for crowdfunding on Kickstarter and Indiegogo. To feature your film in this series, e-mail email@example.com .
NewEnglandFilm.com writer, Casey Stirling, talks with Nick Sabia, a student at Massachusetts College of Art and Design, about shooting his senior sci-fi thesis film in New England.
Infinitely Polar Bear, which played at Sundance Film Festival in 2014, was cast in Boston and shot in New England. NewEnglandFilm.com's Sarah Blood talks with Boston casting director, Carolyn Pickman, and some actors from the film about their work.
It all started when Rhode Island filmmaker Christian de Rezendes got a call from his colleague Paul Plotkin. Paul had been hired by a client to transfer old VHS home movies to DVD—an ordinary task—but as it turned out, this was no ordinary client...
Defining an overall sonic approach to a project can be more than half the battle. The third part in our series about music and film covers the importance of the composer in filmmaking.
Head back to the '80s with All American High or apply to attend a documentary retreat in Vermont this summer. Check out the Industry News section each month for local films, upcoming festivals, and filmmaker opportunities. To submit news, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.