Stories From the Past: Sounds From the Future

Submitted by David

Film and Live Music!  Today, Saturday November 2, 2013

7:30 PM  Doors open at 7:00pm at: SPACE Gallery, 538 Congress Street,  Portland, ME 04101



"Dog Lady" really a Dog Hero

Submitted by karin


(Elaine Bosler and one of her canine charges,  April 1977, Courtesy of The WCVB Collection, Northeast Historic Film)


Hancock County: A Century of Archival Film

Submitted by David
We are very pleased to launch an on-line project of 80 videos covering Hancock County, Maine, over the last 100 years.  Its been exciting to fire up our new digitizing equipment and use social media platforms to get more of our holdings out and seen.  You'll find quite a range of locations and topics covered.  Examples include:  visiting neighbors in Blue Hill in 1916,&nbsp

Register for Wunderkino 3!

Submitted by Gemma

The program is up and registration is open for Wunderkino 3!

Wunderkino airstream

Click here to find more information and link to register.

Or visit the 2013 Summer Symposium page.


36th Annual Maine Student Film and Video Festival CFE

Submitted by Gemma

Northeast Historic Film is proud to share that

The 36th Annual Maine Student Film and Video Festival is now accepting entries!

Open to grades K-12
Enter by June 1st for a chance to win.
The Grand Prize is a scholarship to Maine Media Workshops worth $2595!

Please visit for more information or like them on FaceBook.


We Mourn the Passing of Terry Rankine

Submitted by David

We mourn the passing of Terry Rankine of South Thomaston, Maine, who left this earth in March 2013. Northeast Historic Film and Terry met through Alan McClelland, an NHF board member, when both were associated with the Owl’s Head Transportation Museum.


The Boston Marathon

Submitted by karin


(Runners in the 1973 Boston Marathon, Courtesy of The WCVB Collection, Northeast Historic Film)


Early Maine Home Movies Found in Georgia

Submitted by David
The only known films of famous early Broadway star Annie Russell were found in the Pebble Hill Plantation Collection in Thomasville, Georgia. Annie Russell and her actor husband Oswald Yorke had a house on Johns Bay near Pemaquid, Maine which is featured in one of the reels of rare 28mm film. We often find film taken in faraway places and it is nice to get confirmation that the reverse is also true. For more details see the press release from the UGA Media Archives.

14th Annual Summer Symposium CFP!!

Submitted by Gemma

The Call For Papers is out!

(“Arizona Airstream” courtesy of Mark Neumann)

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