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New England Film & Video Festival returns to Brookline

The 32nd Annual New England Film & Video Festival is being held from October 4th thru October 8th this year at the Coolidge Corner Theater in Brookline , Massachusetts . With almost 400 films submitted for review the process of screening was highly competitive for the entrants vying for a spot on the roster. The NEFVF, founded in 1976, is one of the longest running regional festivals that seeks independent and Student films. The films encompass the following categories: Short & Feature length Narrative, Short & Feature length Documentary and Experimental & Animation. The films chosen are the films that embody the spirit of the festival and its tradition of quality, artistry, and thought provoking content that is at the same time, highly entertaining.

Opening Night is October 4th and the entire festival runs through the weekend, including Monday, Columbus Day , as the last day of festivities. Special guests, including filmmakers and members of the Boston Red Sox are expected to attend. This year the festival also will include panels and workshops held at the Marriott Courtyard in Coolidge Corner as an extension of the weekend activities. For the first time ever the State Film Office Directors will gather for a panel and discuss recent tax incentives in their states and what their state has to offer for filmmakers. For further information about this, please contact Patricia Moreno, NEFVF Director, at patti@nefvf.com

Tickets
Tickets are on sale via Coolidge.org and are $10 for all screenings
Festival sponsors include The Coolidge Corner Theatre and The Marriott Courtyard

NEFVF 2007 Program Schedule

DAY 1: Thursday, October 4th
7pm-9pm Opening Night, Documentary Feature
PlayByPlayMen and the art of the perfect call (70m, U S A) dir. by Ziad Hamzeh

DAY 2: Friday, October 5th
6pm-Documentary
Luchando (55m, U S A) dir. by Noelle Stout
7:20pm-Narrative Short
Nailed! (40m, Brazil , U S A) dir. by Sheldon Schiffer
8:20pm-Narrative Feature
Once Upon a Film (89m, U S A) dir. by Decker with Love Grenades "Young Lovers" (4m, U S A) dir. by Steve Lee Music Video
10pm-Narrative Shorts #2 –Black & White
Solace (18m, Canada ) dir. by Mara Ravins
The Hollow Man (3m, USA ) dir. by Jose Wiley
And Then…Home (10m, USA ) dir. by Sheldon Allen
Love Grenades "Young Lovers" (4m, USA ) dir. by Steve Lee
11:05pm- Documentary Feature
The Charms, Easy Trouble (90m, U S A) dir. by Benjamin Oliver with The Sterns "Buffer Zone" (4m, U S A) dir. by Benjamin Oliver

DAY 3: Saturday, October 6th
12:00pm Documentary Feature
Reconstructing Creole (57m, U S A) dir. by Jennifer John Block
1:30pm-Documentary Feature
The Times Were Never So Bad: The Life of Andre Dubus (104m, U S A) dir. by Edward J Delaney
3:45pm-Narrative Shorts #6
House of the Olive Tree (30m, Greece , U S A) dir. by Thouly Dosios
The Apartment (23m, U S A) dir. by Michael Helman
5:15pm-Narrative Feature
Cut Off (86m, U S A) dir. by Gino Cabanas with Love Grenades "Young Lovers" (4m, U S A) dir. by Steve Lee Music Video
7:20-
Love and Class in Connecticut (40m, U S A) ) dir. by Doug Tenaglia
8:30pm- Documentary Feature
Lynn Taitt: Rocksteady (65m, U S A) dir. by Generoso Fierro with Love Grenades "Young Lovers" (4m, U S A) dir. by Steve Lee Music Video
10:00pm-Narrative Feature
God of Vampires (105m, U S A) dir. by Rob Fitz with The Sterns "Buffer Zone" (4m, U S A) dir. by Benjamin Oliver Music Video

DAY 4: Sunday, October 7th
1pm- Narrative Shorts #3
Blue Hole (19m, U S A) dir. by Neel Scott
Beyond the Window (20m, U S A) dir. by Matthew Celia
Brandon (13m, U S A) dir. by Rachel Israel

2:30pm- Documentary Feature
The Call of the Wild (115m, U S A) dir. by Ron Lamothe

4:45pm-Narrative Feature
Dirty Habit (81m, U S A) dir. by Bryan Root with The Sterns "Buffer Zone" (4m, U S A) dir. by Benjamin Oliver Music Video

7:00pm-Narrative Shorts #4
August (16m, U S A) dir. by Jay Gammill
Negotiations (19m, U S A) dir. by Ethan Cushing
Chinese Dumplings (8m, U S A) dir. by Michelle Hung
Combustible Russ (7m, U S A) dir. by Alecia Orsini

8:30pm-Animation Program
Sycamore Eve (7m, USA ) dir. by Evan Viera
The Greyhound (8m, United Kingdom ) dir. by Allan Plenderleith
Linear Progression (4m, USA ) dir. by Kat Kosmala
Raccoon & Crawfish (8m, USA) dir. by Shaun Foster, Calvert J. Waller III, Heather Carpini, Karabo Legwaila, Mark Edwards, Peter Hale
Evolution (4m, U S A) dir. by Elaine Lee
Bai Ri Meng (6m, U S A) dir. by Jennifer Tippins
Fission (5m, U S A) dir. by Kun-I Chang
A Mano (12m, Canada , Spain ) dir. by Carlos Miranda, José Pérez
Nereus (4m, U S A) dir. by Dado Ramadani

10:15pm-Experimental Program
Passage (7m, U S A) dir. by Peter Byrne
Awen (10m, U S A) dir. by Matt Costanza
Blood of the Earthworm (32m, U S A) dir. by Brittany Gravely
Pledge (6m, U S A) dir. by Ann Steuernagel With Love Grenades "Young Lovers" (4m, U S A) dir. by Steve Lee Music Video

DAY 5: Monday, October 8th
12:30pm-Documentary Shorts Program #1
Deliverance (6m, U S A) dir. by Isabel Garcia
Massacre at Murambi (5m, France, U S A) dir. by Sam Kauffmann
One Family: An Ethiopian Adoption (35m, U S A) dir. by Jim Ritvo Dave Raizman

1:45pm-Narrative Shorts #1
Most Importantly (15m, U S A) dir. by Hillary Bachelder
Desperation (16m, U S A) dir. by Kyle Morrison
Making Do (5m, U S A) dir. by Mary Tucker

2:45-Narrative Shorts
Courage Doesn't Ask (12m, U S A) dir. by Joe Acton Narrative Short
Afterfall (30m, U S A) dir. by Michael Geoghegan Narrative Short

3:45pm-Documentary Shorts Program #2
Living with HIV (9m, U S A) dir. by Evan B. Stone
Spare Change News (22m, U S A) dir. by JD Marlow
A Box of One's Own (8m, U S A) dir. by Marnie Crawford Samuelson

5:00pm-Closing Night Feature
Still Green (87m, U S A) dir. by Jon Artigo Narrative Feature with The Sterns "Buffer Zone" (4m, U S A) dir. by Benjamin Oliver Music Video & Love Grenades "Young Lovers" (4m, U S A) dir. by Steve Lee Music Video


NEFVF 2007 Workshop Schedule at Marriott Courtyard
40 Webster St Brookline, MA
Panels - Sat. Oct 6th
2pm--- New England Film Offices
4pm--- New England Film Fests
5pm---Documentary Filmmaking

Workshops - Sun Oct 7th
2pm---Internet Distribution for
Indies with Anna Callahan
3pm---Internet Marketing for
Indies with Larry Laufler

NEFVF2007 Music Showcase
Sunday, October 7th
Great Scott, Allston , MA
1222 Commonwealth Ave
Doors open at 8:30pm
Tickets are $8 at the door 18+
featuring WMBR’s DJ Generoso
Headlining the Band Showcase is Boston ’s own,
The Charms with The Sterns & Love Grenades from LA.

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