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Drama | Festival Interviews | Filmmaking | Interviews | Rhode Island

Festival Interview: They’re Closing In

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

Jaret Blinkhorn’s arguments with his wife inspired the horror short They’re Closing In, where a married couple must confront their issues — or face dire consequences. Here, Blinkhorn shares how he assembled a skeleton crew to shoot his short and offers some advice for aspiring filmmakers. His film is available here on NewEnglandFilm.com through October 15 as part of the 2016 Online New England Film Festival.

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Drama | Festival Interviews | Filmmaking | Interviews | New Hampshire

Festival Interview: Deliá

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

Writer Matt Russell explains the parallels between winter and loss in his short Deliá, while also sharing why the project succeeded as a family affair. The film, which won the New Hampshire Film Festival’s Best Short Drama award in 2015, is now screening on NewEnglandFilm.com through October 15 as part of the 2016 Online New England Film Festival.

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Connecticut | Drama | Experimental | Festival Interviews | Filmmaking | Interviews | Massachusetts | New Hampshire

Festival Interview: All My Voice

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

Providing a glimpse inside the mind of a brilliant, yet challenged scientist, the short film All My Voice, is now screening on NewEnglandFilm.com through October 15 as part of the 2016 Online New England Film Festival. Director Zoë Morgan Chiswick talks about how the project came to fruition, while also offering inspirational advice for aspiring filmmakers.

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Drama | Filmmaking | Interviews | Local Industry | New England | New Hampshire

The Chain: NH filmmaker Daniel Bérubé

10 Aug , 2016 | Written by Carol Robidoux | Posted by:

Producer Daniel Bérubé talks about returning to his New Hampshire roots, making his film The Chain, which kicks off the inaugural Live Free or Die Film Festival this week, and building on the film community in NH. See also the related article about the Live Free or Die Film Festival on NewEnglandFilm.com.

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Drama | Filmmaking | Interviews | Rhode Island

Branching Out: From Documentary to Narrative

9 Aug , 2016 | Written by Evan Crean | Posted by:

Eric Latek talks to NewEnglandFilm.com about the differences between documentary and narrative filmmaking techniques, and why he likes to help other filmmakers.

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Drama | Film Funding | Kickstart New England | Massachusetts | Reports

Kickstart Sundown

6 Jun , 2016 | Written by Paul Kandarian | Posted by:

Massachusetts filmmaker Brendan Boogie is seeking Kickstarter support for his feature-length indie film, Sundown, a feature-length drama about the ravages and absurdities of a family living with dementia.

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Drama | Film Analysis | Film Reviews

Zero Score

1 Sep , 2002 | Written by Amy Roeder | Posted by:

Ben Coccio explores the minds of a pair of high school shooters in the drama, 'Zero Day,' screening at the Boston Film Festival and New Haven Film Festival this month.

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Drama | Film Analysis | Film Reviews

‘The Blue Diner’

1 Jul , 2002 | Written by Chris Cooke | Posted by:

A review of the film opening the Roxbury Film Festival this August.

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Drama | Film Analysis | Film Reviews | Massachusetts

One More Day

1 Dec , 2000 | Written by Chris Cooke | Posted by:

A review of the film to be featured at the MFA, Boston this month.

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Drama | Film Festivals | Film Reviews | Massachusetts | Screenwriting

Boston Gentleman

1 Oct , 2000 | Written by Jason Sciarrone | Posted by:

The Boston Film/Video Foundation gets the update on 'The Gentleman from Boston,' the film co-written and directed by Michael Connolly and John Stimpson.

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