New Hampshire

How To's | New Hampshire | Technology

Three Takes on Virtual Filmmaking

1 Dec , 2008 | Written by Mike Sullivan | Posted by:

New technologies allow filmmakers to manage projects, from preproduction through post, without seeing the whites of their collaborators’ eyes.


Company/Organization Profiles | Connecticut | Industry News | Local Industry | Maine | Massachusetts | New Hampshire | Rhode Island | Vermont

Industry News – November 2008

1 Nov , 2008 | Written by Erin Trahan | Posted by: relaunches, Ruff Cutz, MassVOTE's Eye on Democracy Video Contest and more... the November 2008 report of industry news, festivals, and happenings.


Company/Organization Profiles | Local Industry | Massachusetts | New Hampshire | Technology

Lighting New England

1 Nov , 2008 | Written by Hillary von Schroeter | Posted by:

Kaye Lites of Woburn, MA recently doubled its size in response to an increased demand for lighting and grip.


Filmmaking | How to Be a... | How To's | New Hampshire

How to be a… Line Producer

1 Oct , 2008 | Written by Kate Fitzgerald | Posted by:

If you're someone who can make a budget, stay calm under pressure, is diplomatic, and doesn’t need sleep, then being a line producer might just be your dream job, says Chris Stinson. This month the NH native has four short films screening at the New Hampshire Film Festival.


Company/Organization Profiles | Connecticut | Film Festivals | Industry News | Maine | Massachusetts | New Hampshire | Rhode Island

Industry News January 2008

1 Jan , 2008 | Written by Cameron Bonsey | Posted by:

Boston Society of Film Critics will host its first-ever awards ceremony, Sundance welcomes another crew of New England filmmakers, and Lowe Road Productions starts closing in on Romeo, thanks to collaboration between filmmaker moms... A report of news & happenings in the local industry for January 2008.


Corporate | Interviews | Maine | New Hampshire

Morality and Mortality in One Long Shot

1 Jan , 2008 | Written by Scott R. Caseley | Posted by:

Screening this month at Sundance, New England natives Wyatt Garfield and Ed Yonaitis's narrative short, The Execution of Solomon Harris, focuses on one man’s dilemma when a power failure occurs while a prisoner is in the electric chair.


Company/Organization Profiles | New Hampshire | Theatres

Theatre Revival

1 Jan , 2008 | Written by David Pierotti | Posted by:

After almost a decade, Concord, NH welcomes a new independent theatre to Main Street.


Acting | Interviews | New Hampshire

Questions of Faith

1 Jan , 2008 | Written by Lynn Tryba | Posted by:

In The Jesus Guy, first-time documentarian Sean Tracey depicts a man who looks and talks like Jesus.  But does he do what Jesus would do?


Filmmaking | Interviews | New Hampshire

Locally Grown

1 May , 2005 | Written by Ellen Mills | Posted by:

New Hampshire Filmmaker Bill Millios is dedicated to independent feature production in his home state. His latest feature film 'Dangerous Crosswinds' premieres this month in Manchester, NH with a series of screenings to follow.


Company/Organization Profiles | Distribution | New Hampshire

Educating the World, One Video at at Time

1 Jul , 2002 | Written by Ann Jackman | Posted by:

Producer Chip Taylor’s video distribution company reflects this former teacher’s love of learning and his desire to open our minds to the wonders of the world around us.