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And the 2018 New England Online Film Festal Winners Are…

8 Oct , 2018 | Posted by:

We present the winners of the 10th Annual New England Online Film Festival!

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Animation | Comedy | Festival Interviews | Film Festival & Event Profiles | Film Festivals | Interviews | Massachusetts | New England | Short Films

2018 Festival Interview: Liberty and Justice: A Cautionary Tale in the Land of the Free

20 Sep , 2018 | Written by John W. Arvanitis | Posted by:

Liberty and Justice get lost wandering through a dark wood in search of a new leader in this wordless stop-motion political satire.

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Comedy | Females in Film | Film Festival & Event Profiles | Film Festivals | Filmmaking | Interviews | Massachusetts

2018 Festival Interview: What the Doctor Ordered

14 Sep , 2018 | Written by John W. Arvanitis | Posted by:

Audrey Noone on food, cooking for your cast and crew, and how her mid-life crisis lead to a Best Acting in a Comedy award.

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Comedy | Documentary | Festival Interviews | Massachusetts

2018 Festival Interviews: To the Editor: Consider the Crow’s Point of View

14 Sep , 2018 | Written by John W. Arvanitis | Posted by:

Consider this playful re-enactment of a letter to the editor that was actually published in the Provincetown Banner.

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Acting | Comedy | Festival Interviews | Film Festival & Event Profiles | How to Be a... | Interviews | New England | Rhode Island | Short Films

2018 Festival Interview: Nobel Prize

12 Sep , 2018 | Written by John Arvanitis | Posted by:

Anthony Ambrosino’s pithy meditation on language, usage and how we all combat border at a minimum wage job will make you laugh, cautiously.

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Comedy | Festival Interviews | Filmmaking | Interviews | Massachusetts | New England | Short Films

2017 Festival Interview: What My Friends Do on a Saturday Night

4 Oct , 2017 | Written by Harry Nichols | Posted by:

A still from Ryan Weed's What My Friends Do on a Saturday Night.

Screening through October 15 as part of the 2017 Online New England Film Festival, What My Friends Do on a Saturday Night is a parody of Game of Thrones viewing parties, which uses complicated relationships and intricate party etiquette to fashion comedic situations. In this interview with NewEnglandFilm.com, the short’s director, Ryan Weed, enlightens us on the inspiration for his short and on what pushed him to pursue film.

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Comedy | Festival Interviews | Interviews | Maine

Festival Interview: Clothes Encounter

18 Sep , 2016 | Written by Harry Nichols | Posted by:

Mike Perlman’s “Thrift Shop” parody Clothes Encounter is now screening on NewEnglandFilm.com through October 15 as part of the 2016 Online New England Film Festival. In this interview with NewEnglandFilm.com, Perlman shares how the advertisement came together and provides a sneak preview of his next project.

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Comedy | Festival Interviews | Filmmaking | Interviews | Vermont

Festival Interview: Pillow Talk

15 Sep , 2016 | Written by Harry Nichols | Posted by:

Writing team Rachel Riendeau and Lincoln Hayes won the Screenwriting Award and the Goldstone Award for Emerging Vermont Filmmakers at last year’s Vermont International Film Foundation Vermont Filmmakers Showcase. Here, the two talk about the making of their film Pillow Talk, now screening on NewEnglandFilm.com as part of the 2016 Online New England Film Festival.

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Comedy | Dream to Screen | Interviews | New England | Rhode Island | Television

Behind Comedy Central’s Another Period

29 Jun , 2015 | Written by Devin Karambelas | Posted by:

Curious about the Rhode Island connection to Comedy Central’s latest sitcom Another Period?  Devin Karambelas of the Rhode Island International Film Festival caught up with its director Jeremy Konner about the show’s Newport obsession.

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Comedy | Drama | Filmmaking | Interviews | Short Films

Producing Change Locally

1 Jul , 2000 | Written by Francine Latil | Posted by:

Vermont writer, director and teacher Jay Craven talks to NewEnglandFilm.com about his latest works.

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