Global Warming Conflicts and Solutions -Documentary to Make Change

A short clip to help raise funds for the initiative from its director, Alexander Cornell du Houx: The Solon Center for Research and Publishing has agreed to publish books based upon this documentary project which highlights conflicts around the globe that are a direct result of climate change and how community solutions, already available, couldContinue reading “Global Warming Conflicts and Solutions -Documentary to Make Change”

MECA art student makes green crab invasion of Maine real

A Maine College of Art student, Hanji O’Chang of O’Chang Comics, animated a video that is raising awareness about the devastating impact of green crabs on the soft-shell clam industry. O’Chang worked with University of Maine at Machias professor Brian Beal, scientist Darcie Couture of Resource Access International LLC, the Maine Clammers Association and othersContinue reading “MECA art student makes green crab invasion of Maine real”

Camden International Film Festival call for documentary films

Camden International Film Festival is now accepting submissions. The Camden International Film Festival is open to documentary films of all shapes, sizes, styles and lengths. They are looking for films that show a dedication to craft, film that push the boundaries of the nonfiction form, and utilize unique approaches to telling a darn good story. PleaseContinue reading “Camden International Film Festival call for documentary films”

Calling all lobstermen who want to star in a reality TV show

By Tim Cox, BDN Staff Here’s an excerpt: A New York-based multimedia firm headed by “Today” show weather anchor Al Roker is seeking to develop a new reality or documentary TV show that would showcase lobster fishermen in Maine. “We’re seeking tough, active lobstermen: you could be a family who’s been fishing for generations [or]Continue reading “Calling all lobstermen who want to star in a reality TV show”

Maine’s International Film Festival brings community arts together

Maine Film Festival: Discoveries, opportunities, and movies for every taste Article in Maine Insights September 26th, 2013 MIFF is a destination festival that brings cultures and ideas from around the world together in central Maine for 10 days. There is a wide range of movies to entertain and enlighten any person who wants to findContinue reading “Maine’s International Film Festival brings community arts together”

Botso: Music teacher, who lived through Nazi Germany, inspires generations

UPDATE: Botso has won the Audience Choice Award at the Waimea Ocean Film Festival, winning the award in every festival that has the award. The film won it, overwhelmingly, in Maine. Botso: The Teacher From Tbilisi had its worldwide premiere during the 16th Maine International Film Festival (MIFF) and was overwhelming voted the winner ofContinue reading “Botso: Music teacher, who lived through Nazi Germany, inspires generations”