Somewhat North of Boston Film Festival
Throwback Brewery is a short documentary on the women-owned nanobrewery in North Hampton, NH. Founded by Annette Lee and Nicole Carrier in 2010, Throwback’s mission is to source all of their ingredients within a 200-mile radius of the brewery— be it oysters for a stout or watermelon for a blonde ale.
When Christopher Robinson, an aspiring entrepreneur and unsettled father, arrives at an opulent hotel to pitch his business idea to Doctor Schneider, he is forced to realize that the entire foundation of his reality is false, and must choose whether to return to his family or to remain in the safer, logical world of his delusion.
Revolution is among us all; but will it lead to another world war, or will it be a spiritual revolution of true human intelligence and enlightenment?
Candles in Paradise tells the story of a young girl’s journey to the other side where she meets two friends from her family’s distant past on her first day in Paradise.
A lonely immigrant who cleans up in the wake of assassinations is confronted with a moral dilemma when he is ordered to finish a botched job.
Five young travelers embark on a journey to find buried treasure and the fabled Mulligan’s Island. Part homage to the works of Georges Melies, part sideshow carnival with rich visuals that leap off the screen, this interpretive fantasy of We Govern We’s indie rock heartwarming single “Mulligan’s Island” will have audiences dancing in the aisles demanding a do-over.
The Crotched Mountain network of over four miles of gently sloping, fully accessible trails allows anyone to experience the natural world, enjoy the companionship of friends, or seek solitude in a place of extraordinary beauty. From a summit trail with views over three states, to a wetland bog, the Crotched Mountain trails beckon hikers of all abilities.