The New Hampshire Film Festival, October 14th-17th, is a world-class festival showcasing independent films in Portsmouth, NH. Viewers can not only see films and shorts, but can participate in workshops, round table discussions and after-parties throughout the weekend. The NHFF has films in six categories: Features, documentaries, dramas, comedies, animations and student films.
This festival strives to showcase and encourage the independent arts. Students, producers and filmmakers will have the opportunity to connect with experts in the film industry over a four-day period. Since 2001, the NHFF has become one of the most noted independent film festivals in New England.
This year, on the 10anniversary of the festival, the NHFF will screen over 80 films in four days. The Burning Plain with Charlize Theron and Kim Basinger, and the Boston-filmed Don McKay with Thomas Haden Church, are two of the films on the lengthy scheduled this year.
The festival boasts a new website, Twitter updates, and a moving festival trailer. And don’t miss the New Hampshire Film Festival’s annual media party on October, 6th at 5 p.m. at The Page at 172 Hanover Street in Portsmouth.