Friday, January 22, 2016

Short Ends Newsletter - January 22, 2016

(Short End: A partial roll of unexposed film stock left over during a motion picture production and kept for later use.)

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In this issue:
  • Seeking New Hampshire Filmmakers/Teaching Artists for Arts in Education Roster
  • Meeting Notice: New Hampshire Film and Television Commission, February 5, 2016 at 10 a.m.
  • New Filming Locations Added and Available
    • Luxury Lakeside Home on Winnipesaukee
  • New Hampshire Production Notes
    • New Hampshire Episode of "Log Cabin Living" to Air January 23, 2016
    • "American Barber" Documentary Series to debut on February 6, 2016
  • From the Department of Cultural Resources
    • 2016 'Moose Plate' Grant Round Opens

Seeking New Hampshire Filmmakers/Teaching Artists for Arts in Education Roster

Seeking NH Filmmakers/Teaching Artists: Deadline: May 2, 2016 - The NH State Council on the Arts is accepting applications for their juried Arts in Education (AIE) Teaching Artist Roster. Qualified filmmakers, photographers and media arts artists are encouraged to apply! Teaching artists are talented professional artists who can bring new ideas, skills, energy, and creativity to schools and communities through workshops, residencies and creative programming. AIE Roster Artists represent diverse disciplines and cultures and live in various regions of the state. They have been juried onto the Roster and promoted on the NH State Council on the Arts' website, based on the artistic quality of their work, their professional commitment, and their experience in working in education and educational settings. Being juried on the NH AIE Roster also qualifies artists for participation in NH Artist in Residence (AIR) grant funded projects. To learn more details, read the guidelines, or complete an on-line application (FY2017) visit: http://www.nh.gov/nharts/artsandartists/roster/rosterindex.htm. To view an example of a filmmaker's roster page: http://pierce.state.nh.us/nharts/artsandartists/roster/artistinfo.asp?ArtistID=35. The annual deadline for submitting an FY2017 electronic AIE Artist Roster application is: May 2, 2016. For additional information or to discuss your application, contact Catherine O'Brian, Arts Education and Arts in Health Grants/Programs Coordinator, 603-271-0795 or Catherine.R.OBrian@dcr.nh.gov.

Meeting Notice: New Hampshire Film and Television Commission, February 5, 2016 at 10 a.m.

The next regular meeting of the New Hampshire Film and Television Commission (RSA 21-K:23) is scheduled for Friday, February 5, 2016 at 10 a.m. at the Department of Cultural Resources, 19 Pillsbury Street, Concord, NH. The New Hampshire Film and Television Commission is an advisory committee made up of five appointed members of the state's media production industry and an ex-officio membership comprised of representatives from various state agencies and associations. Meetings are open to the general public.

New Filming Locations Added and Available

Luxury Lakeside Home on Winnipesaukee: Now available for Film and TV projects - Luxury lakeside home in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire. The property owners write, "27 acres with waterfront on Lake Winnipesaukee. It has a tennis court, an oversized sand volleyball court as well as three golf greens for pitching and putting. There are all kinds of trails for hiking, ATVs, dirt bikes and mountain bikes during spring and summer and for snowmobiles during winter. The main house (also referred to as the "Stone House") was built in the 1900s by a shipping magnate. It is approximately 6,000 square feet including the basement, has seven bedrooms and four bathrooms. It also has a large detached garage. The property is behind gates in Wolfeboro, directly off Route 28 and very close to town." You can view photos for this location at http://rs.locationshub.com/location_detail.aspx?id=999-8564.

New Hampshire Production Notes

New Hampshire Episode of HGTV'S "Log Cabin Living" to air January 23, 2016: An episode of HGTV's "Log Cabin Living" that filmed in New Hampshire in July 2015 will make its debut on the network on Saturday, January 23, 2016 at 11 P.M. The program "follows one family as they ditch the hustle and bustle and go on a journey to find the quintessential escape." The episode filmed in and around Jackson, NH and included a shoot at Mount Washington State Park. The Film & Television Office assisted the production with filming permits, working with the New Hampshire Division of Parks and Recreation. More information on the program can be found at http://www.hgtv.com/shows/log-cabin-living/episodes/boston-couple-seeks-white-mountain-cabin-retreat.

"American Barber" Documentary Series to Debut on February 6, 2016: A new documentary series, "The American Barber," is set to debut online on February 6, 2016, and one of the episodes will feature Concord, NH-based Lucky's Barbershop & Shave Parlor. The series is produced by Madwood Studios of New York City. You can view a trailer for the series at http://www.theamericanbarber.tv.

We want to hear from you and share your stories. Send your production news to us at film@nh.gov.

From the Department of Cultural Resources

2016 'Moose Plate' Grant Round Opens: The Department of Cultural Resources’ three Conservation License Plate Grant Programs are now accepting letters of intent to apply for the 2016 grant round. Cultural Resources’ “Moose Plate” grants support the restoration, preservation and/or conservation of publicly owned items significant to New Hampshire’s cultural heritage. Full press release at http://www.nh.gov/nhculture/mediaroom/2016/mooseplategrants_open.htm.