New Hampshire Film Festival

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New England Blood

Sep 2014 | Posted by:

2012 | Directed by Dylan Ladds and Ryan Scura

A short documentary about the New Hampshire surfing community, New England Blood has since been expanded into the feature documentary The Granite Stoke. Voices include: Billy Ritchie, Casey Lockwood, Mike Sidebottom, Brian Nevins, Erica Nardone, Dave Cropper.

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Slam Man

Sep 2014 | Posted by:

2014 | Directed by Alfred Thomas Catalfo

A faux infomercial for the boxing robot SLAM MAN, a Hard-Hitting Machine with a Screw Loose. Turn it on, set your skill level and start swinging!

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Love and Germophobia

Sep 2013 | Posted by:

2012 | Directed by Tyler Spindel

If your girlfriend had the flu, would you still kiss her? What about if she might have viral Meningitis? For David, the answer is simple. Absolutely not. Unfortunately, David’s girlfriend doesn’t see it this way.

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The Save

Sep 2013 | Posted by:

2011 | Directed by Jean-Marc Le Doux

A distraught young pitcher finds himself alone on the mound; it’s the bottom of the ninth, bases loaded, no outs. With his team only up by one, and the crowd roaring in disapproval, the pitcher stares at one empty seat… this was never about a game.

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Anywhere But Here

Sep 2012 | Posted by:

2012 | Directed by Ross Thomas

Convinced by his father that their traveling back to his hometown is an archeological exploration of the past, Jackson instead finds the torn relationship between his grandfather and father.

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Thule

Sep 2012 | Posted by:

Thule
2011 | Directed by Robert Scott Wildes

In 1962 a group of young men, who are stationed at a remote Air Force base in Greenland, band together to undergo a dangerous mission to retrieve mail lost in a frozen landscape of darkness.

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Dirty Night Clowns

Sep 2012 | Posted by:

2010 | Directed by Ryan Gibeau

Dirty Night Clowns is a wonderful tale of curiosity, danger and pursuit. Although its never known what the path ahead has in store, Chris takes a journey driven by his nervous curiosity to find the nefarious character who roamed about his house while he slept. What seems scary and evil from a distance might end up as something unexpected as a cast of characters lures Chris in for a special ending.

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In Danger of Being Discovered

Sep 2012 | Posted by:

In Danger of Being Discovered
2011 | Directed by Marc Dole, Michael Venn

In Danger of Being Discovered takes a retrospective look at the rise of the music scene in the picturesque seacoast city of Portsmouth, NH during its Seattle-like musical peak in the mid 90’s. This was a time when local bands were king, live music venues flourished and it wasn’t a question of if you were going out to see a band, but rather which local band you were seeing and where. Portsmouth, NH was being hailed by the Boston media as the next Seattle musical sensation, where at least 5 of the 55+ local bands were being courted by major record labels, consistently selling out shows, out-requesting national acts on the radio and some even selling over 60,000 copies of their demo CD. This was a time when the music seemed like it was on the verge of exploding and catapulting the bands, and the scene that spawned them, to legendary success… but somehow the scene never managed to get the notoriety it deserved.

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Bighorn

Sep 2011 | Posted by:

2010 | Directed by Alfred Thomas Catalfo

Bighorn is a 15-minute, supernatural historical fantasy based on a true fact: General Custer’s bandmaster, Felix Vinatieri — an Italian immigrant and the great-great-grandfather of New England Patriots’ Super Bowl-winning kicker Adam Vinatieri — was ordered to stay behind at the 7th Cavalry’s Powder River camp and missed the Battle of the Little Bighorn where Custer and his entire regiment were annihilated. The Twilight Zone-ish tale takes place in 2002 — when the Patriots won their first Super Bowl on Adam Vinatieri’s last-second, 48-yard kick — and in 1876. Nathaniel Philbrick, Pulitzer Prize-nominated author of the New York Times Bestseller The Last Stand, applauded Bighorn on his blog, calling it “an ingenious and demented intermingling of the Battle of the Little Bighorn with the New England Patriots” and telling his readers “you’ve got to see this film!”

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Dark Scribbles

Sep 2011 | Posted by:

2010 | Directed by Michael Venn

Dark Scribbles is the story of Angela Roberts, a talented psychic whose recent visions may have greater meaning then what they initially appeared to have. It seems that her psychic abilities and her professional and personal relationships are becoming intertwined. With the help of her husband and friends she soon realizes that sometimes nothing is exactly what it’s supposed to be.