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American Humane Association - Film & TV Unit
"No animals were harmed..." Only one organization in the world has the authority to issue that famous end-credit disclaimer: American Humane Association.

Avoid Modeling/Talent Scams
Information on modeling and talent scams from the Federal Trade Commission.

Crowdfunding Opportunities
New Hampshire-produced films that are currently seeking funding via crowdfunding websites.

Film Festivals
A list of film festivals from around New Hampshire.

Film Office Roundtables and Meet-Ups
Opportunities for New Hampshire industry-related discussion and networking. Presented by the New Hampshire Film & Television Office.

Grant Information - New Hampshire State Council on the Arts
Services available to artists through the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts, including grant writing tips.

Independent Motion Picture Production Checklist
Prepared by Professor Jon M. Garon, Director, Law & Informatics Institute and Professor of Law, Chase College of Law, Northern Kentucky University; of counsel, Gallagher, Callahan & Gartrell, PC. Prof. Garon is admitted to practice in California, New Hampshire and Minnesota. Garon is also a past member of the NH Film Commission.

New Hampshire Public Televsion Independent Producer Guidelines
Interested in having your work shown on New Hampshire Public Television? Here are guidelines to have your film considered for broadcast.

Screening Venues
Interested in seeing a movie? Interested in showing your movie? Here is a list of cinemas and other screening venues around the state.

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