Events

 

NHF participates in and hosts many different types of activities.  We hold events at the Alamo Theatre and rent the space to other groups for their own performances.  We also venture to other locations to give presentations.  Please take a look and see our slate of events.  We will continue to add more as they are scheduled. 

 

 

NHF participates in and hosts many different types of activities.  We hold events at the Alamo Theatre and rent the space to other groups for their own performances.  We also venture to other locations to give presentations.  Please take a look and see our 2016 slate of events.  We will continue to add more as they are scheduled.

Fri 6 May, 6:00 pm
Fri 6 May, 8:00 pm
Sat 7 May, 6:00 pm
Sat 7 May, 8:00 pm
Sun 8 May, 2:00 pm
Sun 8 May, 6:00 pm

http://www.mybigfatgreekweddingmovie.com/

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 is the highly anticipated follow-up to the highest-grossing romantic comedy of all time. Audiences worldwide embraced the immensely relatable characters, seeing their own families reflected in the adorably brash and bold Portokalos clan members.

Written by Academy Award® nominee Nia Vardalos, who stars alongside the entire returning cast, the film reveals a Portokalos family secret that will bring the beloved characters back together for an even bigger and Greeker wedding.

The film is directed by Kirk Jones (Nanny McPhee, Waking Ned Devine) and once again produced by Gary Goetzman, Rita Wilson and Tom Hanks.

Paul Brooks and Steven Shareshian return to executive produce alongside Scott Niemeyer and Vardalos.

94 minutes
PG-13

A HUGE "Thank You!" to our generous sponsor, NARRAMISSIC RIVER KEEPERS.

Thu 12 May, 6:00 pm

Historic photographs and archival film footage of Bucksport from the late 19th and early 20th centuries will be presented by Penobscot Marine Museum’s Kevin Johnson and Brook Minner of Northeast Historic Film on Thursday, May 12, 6:00 pm at Alamo Theater, 85 Main Street, Bucksport.

The photographs presented in the talk by Kevin Johnson will be of people and places which were important to the residents of Bucksport between 1909 and 1947. They were taken by a Belfast, Maine postcard company, Eastern Illustrating & Publishing Company, which sent their photographers driving across Maine in Model T’s with their box cameras to ask what the local citizens loved about their area.

The photographs presented in the talk are part of Hancock County Through Eastern's Eye, one of several travelling exhibits from the Penobscot Marine Museum photography archive. It is on display through the end of May at Bucksport Heart and Soul in the Rosen Building, 72 Main Street, Bucksport. Brook Minner, Executive Director of Northeast Historic Film Archive, will show historic film footage of Bucksport from their collection.

For more information on the talk call Kevin Johnson at 207-548-2529 ext. 210 or Brook Minner at 207-469-0924 ext. 101. For more information on the exhibit at the Heart and Soul office, call Rich Rotella at 207- 949-1889. The event is free, donations are gratefully accepted.

Wed 25 May, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Join Northeast Historic Film at 58 Main in downtown Bangor for some after work drinks and snacks and to learn more about the work we do at NHF collecting, preserving, and sharing the moving image history of northern New England. We will screen some fascinating archival footage of the Bangor region and beyond, and demonstrate some vintage projectors. No need to RSVP, admission is free and donations are gratefully accepted. Bring some friends and join us! Learn more on facebook,

here.