2019 Online New England Film Festival
Melissa Glick artist working from the Artisan’s Asylum Somerville, MA transforms old computer parts and recycled paper into assemblages, mosaics, tiles and clocks.
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Elvis is a romantic/comedy/drama short made by a small, independent production company in Connecticut called Kicker Pictures. The film consists of budding actors from New York City, and a score of music from indie bands from Texas, California, and Connecticut. It was shot on location in southern Connecticut in the summer of 2018 with a crew of Sacred Heart University undergraduate, graduate, and alumni.
Stan and Wayne are just two guys on their way to a surprise party. They are professional partiers with years of experience under their belts, yet, they still find ways to make things go horribly wrong…
A young, idealistic Huntington’s Disease researcher comes face-to-face with three generations of a family devastated by the fatal, incurable disease she studies. For the scientist, who has never met anyone with Huntington’s Disease, the stakes of her research become real. For a Huntington’s Disease patient at the center of the story who is watching her mother sicken, fearing her own demise, and afraid for her two kids, it’s a mother’s plea – and a race against time.
Mary C. Ferrara wrote, directed and stars in “Schmoopie,” about a woman, dealing with a breakup, gets an unexpected suggestion that changes her life.
Eileen is a meditation teacher, author, and psychologist. At age 82 she takes on a new identity: a “canary in a coal mine” for a society rapidly disconnecting from nature. After toxic exposure in a senior living community, Eileen has developed Multiple Chemical Sensitivities, an illness causing a severe allergy to all synthetic chemicals and fragrance. In this experimental documentary shot on the organic farm where she seeks refuge, Eileen shares her story. But is it an illness of one woman, or the aching of a planet?