Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Indiegogo campaign for New Hampshire-based production, "Ten Seconds"

New Hampshire-based Left Bank Films has launched an Indiegogo campaign to raise funds for their upcoming short film "Ten Seconds." The campaign has a goal of $97K.

Here is a statement from the filmmakers:

"What was it like in the buildings attacked on 9/11, trapped above flames with no hope of rescue? How did people spend their last minutes on earth? Help us tell this story of extraordinary compassion and the indomitable human spirit. We've worked with everyone from Uma Thurman to John Goodman. Now we want to work with you to bring this story to life and honor the memories of the everyday heroes that faced tragedy, love, and loss head-on in 9/11."

You can learn more about the film, and contribute to the campaign here:

In case you missed it, here's a link to a local story about the film features on

Support local filmmaking!

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Crew Notice: Pick-up Shoots for "Love in Kilnerry"

Crew Notice: 1st AC, non-union, deferred pay

Daniel Keith, producer of the independent film "Love in Kilnerry," which shot in the Portsmouth area earlier this summer, will be returning the weekend of August 5 for some pick-up shots and is looking for assistance. He sent along this notice for a 1st AC.

"We shot a feature in Portsmouth all last mo they and wrapped June 7. We have to hear back to Portsmouth for reshoots and pick-ups Aug 5-9. The film is LOVE IN KILNERRY. DP is J Eric Camp, director Snorri Sturluson, with Archway Pictures. We shot three cameras on 5k REDS.  
We need a 1st AC preferably familiar with RED camera. We're offer $400 a day (deferred on gross revenue) plus any overtime plus a pro-rata percentage of Net Profits. 
Everything is in writing. Gas, food, and housing (if further than half an hour away) provided. 
We'll also be shooting a few nights around sunset off the coast near Whaleback lighthouse in boats. 
Any interest, please have them email me at 
Our IMDB "

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Job Alert! Videography Teacher, Merrimack High School, Merrimack, NH

Merrimack High School in Merrimack NH will be seeking applicants for the position of Videography Teacher for the 2017-2018 school-year. Competitive benefit package including medical, dental, LTD Insurance, NH Retirement. Competitive salary based upon experience.

Please apply online at:

(You will need to scroll through the list of positions and will find "High School Videography Teacher about 9 listings down.)

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Job Alert! Camera Operators/Video Editors wanted at Exeter TV98 (Exeter, NH)

Exeter TV98 (EXTV) is looking for camera operators/video editors to join their team. Their crew films and edits videos which are broadcast on television and uploaded to their social media channels. Their crews work with business owners and citizens in Exeter to produce original TV shows. They work with town officials and employees to effectively communicate public service announcements. Gain valuable skills in TV and video production, create content for a wide audience, and get a start in television. Send cover letter and resume to

Casting Notice: Casting 3 male and female actors for paid corporate shoot in Manchester, NH

Casting Notice: Casting 3 male and female actors for paid corporate shoot in Manchester, NH - Seeking both male and female cast in their mid-20s to early 40s for corporate shoot. Casting actors for parts for non-union corporate video shooting in Manchester, NH on June 6th or 8th for a half day. Parts will include lines in the video. Please submit headshots and reels to Pay is $100.

Job Alert! Camera Operator, Town of Newmarket, NH

Job Alert! Camera Operator, Town of Newmarket, NH

The Town of Newmarket currently seeks camera operators to assist in the coverage of town and committee meetings. Meetings typically held at 7:00 PM on week nights and average 2-3 hours. Training on equipment available so that all are welcomed and encouraged to apply. Basic computer knowledge required.

A background check is required and will be paid for by the Town. Send resumes to or mail to:

Town of Newmarket
Attn: Tim Cremmen
186 Main Street
Newmarket, NH 03857

The Town of Newmarket is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Job Alert! Part-time Production and Training Assistant at Concord TV (Concord, NH)

Job Alert! Part-time Production and Training Assistant - Concord TV, Concord's community television station, is seeking candidates for a part-time production and training assistant. The person in this position will produce programming for Concord TV and assist other staff with training both youth and adults. 15-20 hours/week, Please submit cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to Doris Ballard, Executive Director, at Please view the attached PDF for complete job description.

View the full job description here.

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Casting Notice: Indie film "Glowworm" seeks actors for additional filming

Casting Notice: Independent feature film "Glowworm," directed by New Hampshire filmmaker Laina Barakat, has some additional scenes to shoot and is casting for some of the roles involved.

Production timeframe: June 26th – July 1st

ROLE: Young version of “Nikki”
NEEDED: 8-10 year old girl, Caucasian/tan ideally Mediterranean/Middle Eastern, dark brown eyes, dark brown curly hair, thin frame.
No acting experience necessary. Minimal lines, two scenes. One day of shooting.
Location: Keene, NH

ROLE: Young version of “Babs”
NEEDED: 10-12 year old girl, Caucasian/tan ideally Mediterranean/Middle Eastern, dark brown eyes, wavy/straight brown hair, thicker frame to chubby, short in height if possible. No acting experience necessary. Minimal lines, two scenes. One day of shooting.
Location: Keene, NH

ROLE: Toddler version of “Clare”
NEEDED: Toddler girl, Caucasian, light brown/blond hair, brown eyes. No acting experience necessary, two scenes. One day of shooting.
Location: Little Compton RI or Keene NH depending on location of actress

Please contact Laina at with inquiries.

Monday, May 22, 2017

New Hampshire High School Short Film Festival announces 2017 winners


Shelly Angers, N.H. Department of Cultural Resources
Twitter: @NHCulture

NOTE: Electronic images from the winning films are available for reprint / broadcast.

NH High School Short Film Festival announces 2017 winners

The 10th annual New Hampshire High School Short Film Festival took place at Red River Theatres in Concord on May 20, with up-and-coming filmmakers from around the state taking home prizes in several categories.

Twenty-four films were selected from 66 entries submitted by students from 16 high schools and career and technology centers. They span a variety of film genres, including animation, comedy, drama, documentary, music video and public service announcements/commercials.

This year’s winners are:
  • Jury Award (Best in Show): “Bisque”; Briana Demers, Jenna-Rae Macy, Nathanial Magoon, Grace Lumley; Salem High School
  • Jury Award (Runner up): “Disconnect”; Samuel Ebner; Plymouth Regional High School
  • Jury Award Finalists:
    • “Dear Brother”; Chloe Pacocha, Austin Small; Pinkerton Academy
    • “The Life of Stephen Dominko”; Carly Storro; ConVal Regional High School
    • “Spaceman”; John Morin, Lubomir Rzepka, Ryan Bellarose, Jack Readman; Bedford High School
  • Public Service Announcement Award: “Someone is Waiting”; Zaq Rivera, Hailey Hicks; Pinkerton Academy
The festival is an opportunity for students to have their films seen before the public at a professional venue. For more information, visit

The New Hampshire Division of Film and Digital Media, as part of the New Hampshire Department of Cultural Resources, works to expand business activity and employment throughout the state by acting as a liaison between the film and media production industry and an established network of government agencies, the state's film industry workforce, New Hampshire businesses and local property owners. The Division is responsible for location assistance, public relations, and general production support in an effort to broaden the cultural, educational, and economic impact of film and media production in the state.

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Crew Notice: PAs needed for network TV show filming in New Hampshire

Crew Notice: Seeking experienced, NH-based production assistants for incoming network television show focusing on wilderness survival. Shooting in the White Mountains region. PAs start May 19 or 20, wrap May 25 or 26. $150/12. Send contact info and resumes to me at Will forward qualified applicants to production.