2014 Online New England Film Festival
Shape of Things to Come gives viewers an exhilarating and heartwarming glimpse into the life of Nick Zammuto, professional recording artist as he balances his passion for music with his devotion to his growing family. The first part of the documentary focuses on life at the Zammuto homestead in rural Vermont as he and his wife expect their third child. It resumes six months later as Zammuto’s new band prepares for its first show at Mass MoCa.
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!
A young professional with a dark past agrees to participate in an art project for some extra cash, but ends up with more than she bargained for.
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.
A collaborative effort between Vermont Institute of Science and Professor Cathleen Geiger, a geoscientist at the University of Delaware, who resides in West Hartford, VT, this film profiles Tropical Storm Irene and its impact on Vermont. The film demonstrates how Irene was both major environmental event and a major life event for Vermonters, and in doing so, offers a “teachable moment” for explaining the science of extreme weather events.
In an effort to cure his loneliness, a retired scientist goes back to the lab for one last experiment: to create the perfect buddy.
In this short documentary, a Vermont fiber and dance artist demonstrates how self-expression and personal adversities are inextricably bound. What do her two forms have in common? Her self-described “New England work ethic” has something to do with it.