Jessica's blog

Apr
22

William O'Farrell Fellowship Awarded

Submitted by Jessica

Northeast Historic Film (NHF) is pleased to announce the 2011 award of the William O’Farrell Fellowship to Walter Forsberg, a Research Fellow at New York University's Moving Image Archiving and Preservation Program. The Fellowship provides a stipend of $1,500 to support research at NHF, a regional moving image archives established in 1986.

Apr
6

Cupid, Registered Guide

Submitted by Jessica

This week's Archival Moment comes from the Everett Foster Collection and is a short romantic drama titled Cupid, Registered Guide. The piece was shot in Maine in 1921 with stars Edgar Jones and Edna May Sperl.

Mar
17

Berlin 1957

Submitted by Jessica

In keeping with our goal of making accessible northern New England's moving image heritage, Northeast Historic Film presents Archival Moments from our collection before the weekly feature films at the Alamo Theatre. If possible we like to select a collection which relates to the feature in some way. This week our feature, Unknown starring Liam Neeson, is set in Berlin, Germany.

Nov
24

Thank You to Members

Submitted by Jessica

Are you a member of NHF?  If you joined or renewed in 2010 we just sent you a special treat. Each member received a DVD with excerpts from five projects we have been working on. Like our collections, the projects cover a wide range of topics like land use, town profiles, Boston news, politics, and maritime heritage. These are not finished products, but rather a sneak peek. If you are not a member it's not too late to get your copy. Visit the Membership section of this site to learn how to join.

Aug
2

Maine Community Foundation grant received

Submitted by Jessica

NHF is pleased to announce that we have received a grant from the Maine Community Foundation to create three new compilations from our collections.  This is a great opportunity to show the rich heritage of the region that is in the vaults.  These compilations will include sustainable agriculture, a glimpse of three Maine communities over time, and a look at our maritime heritage on film.

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