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Live Free or Die Film Festival

Live Free or Die Film Festival
August 12, 2016
Manchester, NH
Web: http://livefreeordiefilmfestival.com

Now announcing the very first "LIVE FREE OR DIE Film Festival" launching in Manchester New Hampshire, August 12, 2016. To be held at the great Palace Theatre, Manchester, NH - Where the arts come alive! Now taking submissions for Student Films, Shorts, Indie, Animation, Video Art, works of Experimental and the avant-garde. Films from all genres will be accepted for review and first time filmmakers are welcome.


Monadnock International Film Festival

Monadnock International Film Festival
April 14-16, 2016
Keene, NH
Web: http://moniff.org

This festival will bring quality cinema to the Monadnock Region that will inspire as well as reinforce the beauty and power of film and offer local, state, national and international film makers a venue to share their vision and art. The festival will offer film screenings, open and closing night festivities, and opportunities for the public and the film community to learn from each other through panels and discussions.


New England Bollywood Film Festival

New England Bollywood Film Festival
May 9, 2015
Concord, NH
Web: https://www.boxofficetickets.com/bot/wa/event?id=299663

The New England Bollywood Film Festival will take place at Red River Theatres in Concord, NH. Red River Theatres is excited to host the New England Bollywood Festival for the second year in a row. Join them this year for two main features - one modern, LOVE AAJ KAL and one classic, TEESRI MANZIL! During the break there will be refreshments for sale at the concession and lunch available for purchase from THE HOUSE OF INDIA restaurant. While you eat lunch enjoy a video montage of Shahruk Khan, the Brad Pitt of Bollywood!


New Hampshire Film Festival

New Hampshire Film Festival
October 13-16, 2016
Portsmouth, NH
Web: www.nhfilmfestival.com

Since it's debut in 2001, NHFF has evolved into one of the preeminent independent film festivals in the Northeast. The mission of the non-profit New Hampshire Film Festival is to celebrate the art of filmmaking. NHFF unites highly talented students, professional filmmakers, and screenwriters with industry experts, educators, avid movie-goers, and film connoisseurs from around the globe for a highly interactive weekend of nationally recognized and undiscovered gems, culminating in a gala award ceremony on the historic shores of Portsmouth, New Hampshire.


New Hampshire High School Short Film Festival

New Hampshire High School Short Film Festival
May 21, 2016
Concord, NH
Web: http://nhstudentfilm.com

The New Hampshire High School Short Film Festival, an initiative for students presented by the New Hampshire Film and Television Office, was created to give high school filmmakers around the state the opportunity to create and showcase short films on the big screen in statewide competition, while fostering the educational benefits of cinematic storytelling.


New Hampshire Jewish Film Festival

New Hampshire Jewish Film Festival
March 31-April 10, 2016
Statewide
Web: www.nhjewishfilmfestival.org

The NH Jewish Film Festival is an annual cultural event and signature program created and presented by Jewish Federation of NH. They present an outstanding line-up of award winning films from around the globe. Top flight films explore and present the rich diversity of Jewish culture, identity and experiences, past and present, understandable to all people of all cultures. Screenings take place in commercial theater venues statewide- Manchester, Bedford, Merrimack, Concord, Hanover, Keene and Portsmouth. Their mission is to bring to their NH statewide audience a curated selection of cutting edge films, many shown in major film festivals in the US and worldwide.


SNOB Film Festival

SNOB (Somewhat North Of Boston) Film Festival
November 12-14, 2015
Concord, NH
Web: www.snobfilmfestival.com

The SNOB Film Festival is a grassroots effort to showcase and support independent filmmaking. It strives to bring films to the area that local audiences might not otherwise see. Proceeds from the SNOB Film Festival will be used to support the arts. The SNOB (Somewhat North of Boston) Film Festival began in 2002 and has taken place in Concord NH in varying forms every year since then.


Telluride by the Sea

Telluride by the Sea
(2015 dates TBA--typically mid-September)
Portsmouth, NH
Web: www.themusichall.org

Six Films. Three Days. One Weekend Festival of New Cinema. The latest international cinema fresh from their Colorado debuts at the Telluride Film Festival.


Whaleback Environmental Film & Art Festival

Whaleback Environmental Film & Art Festival
(2015 dates TBA--typically early May)
Portsmouth, NH
Web: www.whaleback.org

The Whaleback Environmental Film & Art Festival features environmental art installations throughout downtown Portsmouth, and screenings of entertaining and relevent environmentally themed films of all genres. Screenings include fimmaker Q&A sharing motivations, successes and opportunities moving towards sustainability. Films are also paired with local counterparts - citizens and organizations - who can provide options for action around the film's message, and the tools to take that action.



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