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Newfangled Studios

19 Mar , 2018 | Written by Suzy Cosgrove | Posted by:

Macaela Vandermost of Newfangled Studios speaks about their new video series about inclusion in advertising.


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2017 Festival Interview: Dare to Be Remarkable

22 Sep , 2017 | Written by Harry Nichols | Posted by:

A still from the Animus Studios documentary Dare to Be Remarkable with the film's subject Alyssa Silva.

Screening through October 15 as part of the 2017 Online New England Film Festival, Dare to Be Remarkable introduces viewers to one woman’s courageous battle with spinal muscular atrophy, a neurological disease with ramifications on all aspects of life. Roy Power, an editor for this documentary, chats with about the film’s production and about some of its surprising fans.


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Festival Interview: This Time It’s Shopping

14 Oct , 2016 | Written by Harry Nichols | Posted by:

Jim Picariello’s award-winning short This Time It’s Shopping is now screening on through October 15 as part of the 2016 Online New England Film Festival Here, Picariello shares the inspiration for his family-friendly short and the results of a Q&A he had with children at a film festival.


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Windy Films: Documenting Social Impact

10 Jul , 2016 | Written by David Pierotti | Posted by:

In 2012, Windy Films was founded by three friends—Editor Tripp Clemens, Cinematographer Harvey Burrell, and Producer Will Humphrey. In this video interview, writer David Pierotti interviews the three partners about how they built their business and their projects.


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Industry News – May 2010

30 Apr , 2010 | Written by Casey Stirling | Posted by:

It's a month of festivals, filmmakers, and family fun. Who's shooting in Massachusetts? Is Vermont's Film Commission in trouble? Which festivals are looking for your film? News & happenings in the local industry for May 2010.


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Lights. Camera. New England. An Update on the Studios in the Region

1 Jan , 2010 | Written by Kerry O’Donnell | Posted by:

Think the studio scene is DOA in New England? Don't pack your bags for Hollywood just yet. Here's a status report on each of the studios planned for the region.


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Studios in the Making

1 Feb , 2009 | Written by Kellie Speed | Posted by: revisits the sprint to the studio report from May 2008.


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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.


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How to Be a Script Supervisor

1 Apr , 2001 | Written by Kristen Paulson | Posted by:

You may picture someone hunched over a long curled scroll, covering it with red pen. But here, professional Script Supervisor Liz Argo of Argo Productions, fills us in on what the job takes.


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Sagging Negotiations?

1 Sep , 2000 | Written by Kristen Paulson | Posted by:

With no settlement reached, the SAG/AFTRA Commercials Contract Strike pushes on. Here's an update on the recent developments.