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Oct
22

New Faces at NHF

Submitted by David

Our CLIR grant, The Woman Behind the Camera, has given us the chance to add two new talented staff members.

Aug
30

International Maritime Film Festival announces winning films and program

Submitted by Jane

The 2nd annual International Maritime Film Festival (IMFF) has announced the winning films and upcoming program. The festival will take place at the Alamo Theatre in downtown Bucksport, Maine from Friday, September 29 - Sunday, October 1, 2017. Tickets are available now at maritimefilmfestival.com and are available as half day, full day, and complete festival passes. Tickets will also be sold at the door, subject to availability. A final festival schedule will be released in coming weeks. IMFF is a partnership between Main Street Bucksport and WoodenBoat Publications.

Aug
4

2017 William O'Farrell Fellowship Awarded to Artemis Willis

Submitted by David
NHF is pleased to announce that Artemis Willis, a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Chicago, has been awarded the 2017 annual research fellowship.
Jun
23

Book Launch, Amateur Movie Making, featuring Rare-Format Film Projection by Dino Everett

Submitted by David
On Thursday, July 20 at 7 p.m., Northeast Historic Film will host a book launch for Amateur Movie Making: Aesthetics of the Everyday in New England Film, 1915-1960. 
The event, free and open to the public, will include projection of rare-format film by Cinematic Archivist Dino Everett from the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts.
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May
18

NHF Clips on Instagram

Submitted by David

 Are you on Instagram? Here is another way to see clips from NHF collections.  New ones go up almost every day!

Mar
13

O'Farrell Fellowship Application Deadline April 15!

Submitted by David
The William O'Farrell Fellowship is awarded each year to an individual engaged in research based on moving image history and culture. Apply now! A BIG thank you to 2016 donors: Ray Edmondson, Jim Henderson, Michael Hutcherson, James L.
Mar
6

Sell-outs at the Alamo?

Submitted by David

 In the last few months it has happened several times.  I apologize to those we had to turn away, but I'm happy to see folks coming out to see a show!

Why is this happening? 

First: We are showing good movies.  Jane does a wonderful job of identifying excellent movies which will appeal to our audience.

Jan
7

NHF receives $322,000 CLIR grant

Submitted by David

 As the lead partner on the grant, titled The Woman Behind the Camera: Home Movies and Amateur Film by Women, 1925-1997, NHF will embark on an 18-month project to digitize home movies and amateur film and video made by women in the 20th century, and to make this material accessible online and to researchers.

Jan
7

NHF receives $322,000 CLIR grant

Submitted by David

 As the lead partner on the grant, titled The Woman Behind the Camera: Home Movies and Amateur Film by Women, 1925-1997, NHF will embark on an 18-month project to digitize home movies and amateur film and video made by women in the 20th century, and to make this material accessible online and to researchers.

Dec
5

Please make a gift to the Annual Fund

Submitted by David

NHF's Annual Fund is the largest source of unrestricted gifts to the archives.

Your gift cares for collections and supports year-round operations including the Alamo Theatre. 

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