Friday, October 21, 2016

2016 New Hampshire High School Short Film Festival touring program to screen at The Palace Theatre on 10/26

The final stop of the 2016 New Hampshire High School Short Film Festival On-Tour program will be at The Palace Theatre in Manchester on Wednesday, October 26 at 6:30 p.m. All 25 student-produced shorts from the festival will be screened. Tickets are $5 online or at the door. The screening is co-sponsored by the New Hampshire Film & Television Office, the Manchester Arts Commission (M | A | C), Boston Creative Pro User Group, and the Palace Theatre.


Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Casting Notice: Non-union short film casting for November shoot in Manchester, NH area

Manchester, NH-based Dark Haven Productions is currently casting for a non-union short film shoot in November. Here's the information they have provided:
Abigail: female aged 6-10
Shelby: female aged 15-20
Mom: female aged 30-45
Dad: male aged 30-45
The Quiet Lady: aged 30-60, tall, thin. 
Please send a headshot and pertinent information via Facebook message ( or visit our website at and contact us there.
Please contact the production directly with headshots or questions.

Thursday, September 29, 2016

2016 New Hampshire High School Short Film Festival touring program to screen at Peterborough Community Theatre on 10/17

The 2016 New Hampshire High School Short Film Festival, which premiered in May in Concord, has been touring independent New Hampshire cinemas throughout the summer. Peterborough Community Theatre was one of the participating venues, having shown this year's festival program back in July. The program will have an encore screening at Peterborough Community Theatre on Monday, October 17 at 6:30 p.m. All 25 films from the 2016 festival will be shown. Tickets are $5 at the door. The Peterborough Community Theatre is located at 6 School Street in Peterborough. For more information about the theater, visit For information about the New Hampshire High School Short Film Festival, visit

Please note: Some of the films presented at the New Hampshire High School Short Film Festival may contain subject matter that may not be suitable for younger audiences. Viewer discretion is advised.

Job Opportunity: Red River Theatres seeks Executive Director

Red River Theatres, Concord, NH's nonprofit, independent cinema, seeks a dynamic, experienced leader to bring their established art-house cinema into its next phase of development.

Read the full job description via at:

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

NHTI Hosts Manhattan Short Film Festival

Friday September 30th through Sunday October 2nd, NHTI, Concord’s Community College will join venues around the globe in hosting the 19th Annual Manhattan Short Film Festival – a worldwide competition to select the best short films of 2016.  Throughout the week, theaters in over 250 cinemas across six continents will be screening the ten finalists in this year-long competition.  Every viewer will have the opportunity to rate the ten films, and all votes count towards choosing the winner.

The Manhattan Short finalists hail from eight countries, with France and Australia represented by two films each.  These short films represent the best among a record 844 submissions from 52 countries. All of the Final 10 are Oscar-qualified, meaning they are automatically eligible for an Academy Award nomination.  (One of last year’s top vote-getters in the Manhattan Short competition, the Chilean film Bear Story, went on to win the Oscar for Best Animated Short.)

There will be four screenings at NHTI:  Friday Sept 30th at 7 pm, Saturday Oct 1st at 2 pm and 7 pm, and Sunday Oct 2nd at 2 pm, all in Sweeney Auditorium. Tickets are $10 (free for NHTI students).

More information about the Manhattan Short Film Festival is available at For questions about the screenings at NHTI contact Steve Ambra, 603-271-6484 x4101 or

Monday, September 12, 2016

Casting Notice: "America's Most Desperate Landscape - Backyard Edition"

Passing along this casting notice from DIY Network's "America's Most Desperate Landscape - Backyard Edition."
Now Casting for America's Most Desperate Landscape - Backyard Edition!

For the first time ever, DIY Network's Jason Cameron is looking for dreadful, chaotic, overgrown, absolutely hopeless and desperate backyards for America's Most Desperate Landscape.

Jason and his team will bring a massive two-day transformation to your backyard. Think building decks and pergolas, fences and walkways, and much more. Got a pathetic pool? Jason would love to tackle that, too!

Is your backyard desperate enough for a total transformation? We want to hear from you.

To apply, follow the guidelines below and send info to:

Entry Guidelines:

1. In your email, include your name, contact info and short explanation about yourself, your yard and why we should select you for AMDL.

2. Three pictures of your back yard - make sure they are wide shots (25MB email limit on the pictures.)

3. Brief video* showcasing your yard and your personality. (Shooting with a smart phone? Be sure to hold the phone horizontally.) Post the video on YouTube and send us a link.

*You need to show us your desperation... your desperate yard and show us your personality and why we should bring the AMDL team to your home for the biggest backyard landscape invasion of the year. *

Entries accepted until October 14, 2016.

To apply, send info to:

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Crew Notice: Seeking AC/DIT for webseries shoot on 9/13

Crew Notice: Looking for an available AC/DIT for an incoming webseries shoot on technology and football to film in Hanover on 9/13. Email Matt Newton at the NH Film Office,, if interested.

Friday, September 2, 2016

NH-made short "Bloody Henry" to screen at Milford Drive-In

"Bloody Henry," a short film by Jean-Paul DiSciscio, will be screening at the Milford Drive-In this weekend (Sept. 2-4). DiSciscio is a 2004 graduate from Keene State College, and the film was completed as an MFA thesis at Emerson College. The film was shot primarily in New Hampshire (including the Milford Drive-In).

DiSciscio says, "This film would not have been possible without these great New Hampshire locations."

"Bloody Henry" will be screen after the second feature at this weekend's showings. Another opportunity to check out New Hampshire-made films!

Job Opportunity: Wolfeboro Community Television seeks Executive Director (Coordinator)

Job Opportunity: Wolfeboro Seeks Executive Director (Coordinator) - Wolfeboro Community Television (WCTV) Board of Directors seeks a full time Executive Director (Coordinator) for a non-profit (501C3) Public Access Television station serving the towns of Wolfeboro and New Durham, NH with three PEG channels, public, educational and government. The studio, offices and output equipment are located in Kingswood Regional High School, Wolfeboro, NH. For more information on the position, visit:

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Caleidoscope Film Festival to be held Sept. 10-11 in Nashua

The Caleidoscope Film Festival, organized by Calcutta Club USA, will be held on September 10th and 11th in the Greater Boston area at Apple Cinemas in Cambridge, MA and Chunky's Cinema Pub in Nashua, NH. This two day cine celebration will screen 6 contemporary, critically acclaimed Bengali films and 2 short films. Major awards will be given for Best Film, Best Director, Best Short Film and technical categories, based on selections by an experienced judging panel. Check out the schedule of films at