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UpReach Therapeutic Equestrian Center

Sep 2019 | Posted by:

2019 | Directed by Liz Klein & Bob Pierce, LightStream Associates

UpReach Therapeutic Equestrian Center is a short film highlighting the work of a New Hampshire based non profit that provides physical, emotional and psychological equine therapy to children and adults.

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Have It All

Sep 2019 | Posted by:

2018 | Directed by Katie Locke O'Brien

In this five-minute comedy, a simple phone call is enough to catapult Jill down an impossible path until she discovers that the real enemy she’s up against…is expectation.

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Somewhere In July

Sep 2019 | Posted by:

2018 | Directed by Laina Barakat

Somewhere In July follows a 10-year-old girl, caught in the chasm of a family divided over her father’s recent transition into a woman. Filmed stylistically from the perspective of the child, our story captures the innocent and pure love of a child, at play with an at times harsh and confusing world. July is forced into an adult world of politics and morality and with all of these pressures and new, mostly negative social attention, she just wants her family back.

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No. 7 on the List

Sep 2018 | Posted by:

2017 | Directed by Bryant Naro and Meagan Frappiea

The small town of Springfield, VT used to have a thriving machine tool industry. Did its outsized significance in WWII make it a target for Hitler? Three generations of Springfielders weigh in.

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The Privates

Sep 2018 | Posted by:

2017 | Directed by Dylan Allen

An unknown rock band struggles with a radioactive energy in their music that blows up amps, liquefies tapedecks, and starts electrical fires. On the eve of their first (and possibly last) show, they must decide whether to risk life, limb, and legacy for a 1AM slot on a Tuesday. It could change everything…or nothing at all.

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Art of the March

Sep 2018 | Posted by:

2018 | Directed by Emily Gordon, Ellie LaCourt, Connor Lewis

After the 2017 Women’s March in Boston, professors from Northeastern University collected over 6,000 protest signs, creating a living archive of the signs. Art of the March highlights the living archive project as well as the role of protest signs and the function of protests in our democracy.

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Earworm

Sep 2018 | Posted by:

Earworm
2016 | Directed by Tara Price

Oh, the things that get stuck in our heads. When a reclusive man is repeatedly woken up over the course of a night by severe headaches, accompanied by musical repetition from an unknown source, his sanity begins to swiftly unravel. This creepy and unsettling short film will leave viewers squirming in their seats.

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Rabbits

Sep 2018 | Posted by:

2018 | Directed by Patrick Clement

Set in 1914 Kansas, a desolate farmer finds a young woman along a dirt road. A rabbit earring makes him question a recent hunt and a reluctant trip into the family home overwhelms him.

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Fire

Sep 2017 | Posted by:

Fire
2017 | Directed by Ben Silberfarb

A modern adaptation of Jack London’s classic short story, ‘To Build A Fire’. On a cold winter morning, Ed heads to camp with his faithful Siberian Husky companion. Unfortunately, things don’t go well.

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Split Ticket

Sep 2017 | Posted by:

Split Ticket
2016 | Directed by Alfred Thomas Catalfo

In 1947, newly-minted congressmen/future presidents John F. Kennedy, age 29, and Richard Nixon, age 34, travel to Pennsylvania where they must make a fateful decision. A supernatural drama based on true events.