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Stowe Story Labs Applications Open

12 Mar , 2018 | Written by Jacqi Gallant | Posted by:

Now in its sixth year, Stowe Story Labs have opened the application process for their Fall Narrative Labs. will once again sponsor one New England fellow  to help them receive this amazing experience for filmmakers. Use code NEFSSL for a 15% on the application fee.


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Nicole Kempskie on the Stowe Story Labs and her project: Helen on 86th St.

18 Oct , 2017 | Written by Emma Schlenoff | Posted by:

Nicole Kempskie (left) at the Stowe Story Labs

Stowe Story Labs Fellow, Nicole Kempskie discusses her musical screenplay adaptation of Helen on 86th St., and her experience at the 2017 Fall Narrative retreat.


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Cross-Cultural Filmmaking: The Hanji Box

12 Jul , 2017 | Written by Emma Schlenoff | Posted by:

In her latest narrative release, The Hanji Box, Nora Jacobson delves into cross-cultural filmmaking and explores international adoption.


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Stowe Story Labs: New England Fellow

10 May , 2017 | Written by Michele Meek | Posted by:

Once again, will sponsor one New England fellow to attend the Stowe Story Labs during September in Vermont. Plus, this year, the award will feature year-round mentoring.


Company/Organization Profiles | Film School & Education | Massachusetts | Screenwriting | Vermont

Spotlight on MFAs: The Low-Residency Model

7 Mar , 2017 | Written by Emma Schlenoff | Posted by:

Low-residency programs offer students the ability to live and work from wherever they call home, as they build a body of work and earn credits towards their degree. Here, NewEnglandFilm interviews Jean Stawarz, an Associate Professor and the Graduate Program Director for Writing for Film and Television at Emerson College, and Stephen Pite, the Program Director of the MFA in Film at Vermont College of Fine Arts (VCFA) about their relatively new low-residency programs. See also’s list of low-residency MFA programs in New England.


Filmmaking | Maine | Reports | Screenwriting | Vermont

Amber Russell: 2016 Stowe Story Labs Fellow

15 Aug , 2016 | Posted by:

Maine writer Amber Russell earned the Stowe Story Labs / Fellowship for her script Margaret, which she wrote because, as she says, “I grew up not knowing how a woman from my own state rose to power and even ran for President.”


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Stowe Story Labs Fellow

30 Jul , 2015 | Posted by: is pleased to announce that Cambridge, Massachusetts filmmaker Gabriel Robinson has been awarded the – Stowe Story Lab Fellowship to 2015 Stowe Story Labs.


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Stowe Story Labs Fellowship

17 Jun , 2015 | Posted by: has partnered with Stowe Story Labs to offer a Fellowship, which will cover all fees to attend the Labs, September 12-15 in Stowe, Vermont. Stowe Story Labs, now in its 4th year, helps emerging screenwriters, filmmakers and creative producers get their work made and seen. 


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10 Books Every Independent Filmmaker Should Own… and 4 for Screenwriters Too

8 Dec , 2014 | Written by | Posted by:

Whether you're looking for a gift idea for someone else or a filmmaker yourself, has compiled 10 essential books that every independent filmmaker should own, plus 4 for screenwriters.


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Top Tips on Evaluating Agents and Production Companies

1 Aug , 2014 | Written by Susan Kouguell | Posted by:

What happens when an agent or production company expresses an interest in your work? The Screenplay Doctor Susan Kouguell provides readers with some tips on how to proceed not only with excitement, but with caution.