Interviews

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2018 Festival Interview: Art of The March

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

See the many signs brandished during the 2017 Women’s March in Boston and learn about the people dedicated to persevering them.

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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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Connecticut | Documentary | Festival Interviews | Film Festival & Event Profiles | Interviews | Massachusetts | New England | Short Films

2018 Festival Interview: Edward Hopper & Marshall’s House

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

Bob Burnett captures the perspectives of curators and five generations of Marshalls in his loving and curious look at Edward Hopper’s famous painting.

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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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Drama | Experimental | Film Festival & Event Profiles | Interviews | New England | Short Films

2018 Festival Interview: The Flying Electric

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

The Flying Electric packs past lovers, friends, and family into one room for a strange and trippy evening.

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Documentary | Females in Film | Filmmaking | Interviews | Massachusetts

Nothing is Truer Than Truth

18 Apr , 2018 | Written by Suzy Cosgrove | Posted by:

NewEnglandFilm.com was lucky enough to steal a moment of Cheryl’s time to speak with her about her documentary Nothing is Truer Than Truth that screens this month at IFFBoston and learn what sparked her interest in this subject over a decade ago, and what keeps her going.

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Filmmaking | Interviews | Massachusetts | New England | Short Films

Be What You Talk About

17 Jan , 2018 | Written by Suzy Cosgrove | Posted by:

Raeshelle Cooke speaking to students about film in an auditorium.

Suzy Cosgrove interviews writer/director Raeshelle Cooke about her film Wrath City, about what inspired her to make it, and about the conversations she is hoping it will start.

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Documentary | Interviews | New England | Vermont

The Voyeur, Revealed: An Interview with Josh Koury and Myles Kane

20 Dec , 2017 | Written by Aja Zoecklein | Posted by:

Gerald Foos and Gay Talese in the documentary Voyeur by Josh Koury and Myles Kane.

Aja Zoecklein interviews co-directors Josh Koury and Myles Kane about the point of view in their documentary Voyeur, the relationship between their subjects, and what their subjects think of the film.

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Connecticut | Females in Film | Filmmaking | Interviews | Maine | Massachusetts | New England | New Hampshire | New York | Rhode Island | Screenwriting | Vermont

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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2017 Festival Interview: Praying for Change

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

A still of Leroy Bailey from Brian McPartlan's documentary Praying for Change.

Screening through October 15 as part of the 2017 Online New England Film Festival, Praying for Change highlights homelessness in the US through the lens of Leroy Bailey, a man committed to improving the lives of homeless veterans. In this interview with NewEnglandFilm.com, the film’s director Brian McPartlan reveals his inspiration for the film and Netflix the documentary that inspired him to become a filmmaker.

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