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2013 No Film Film Festival - 80's Movie Re-make - Opera House Premiere

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Highlights from the World Premiere screening of the No Film Film Festival 2: 80's Remake at the Bellows Falls Opera House on June 29, 2013. Highlights include interviews and audience question and answer sessions with the film makers compeeting in this year's contest.

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2013 No Film Film Festival - 80's Movie Re-make - Behind the Scenes Documentary

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The No Film Film Festival is an international contest that challenges start-up filmmakers to produce a short digital film based on a popular 1980’s movie in just one weeks time. This year eighteen teams from across the country answered the call with only fifteen teams surviving the exhaustive task.

This episode chronicles the efforts of a couple of teams as they write, shoot and edit their entry for this competition. On Saturday, June 29th the films will premiere on the largest screen in southern Vermont at the world renowned Bellows Falls Opera House.

2012 No Film Film Festival - Part 3

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This is part 3 of a 3 part broadcast screening of the complete 2012 No Film Film Festival.

Part 3 includes the following short films (and is 1/2 hour long):

>The Carbon Kid's "ARK" (Archer Mayor's Tag Man as Fantasy)
>Nerds With Attitude's "IN THE TUBES" (The Truman Show as a Science Fiction/Alien film)
>Your Father's Moustache's "JERSEY GIRLS FROM SPACE" (Archer Mayor's Tag Man as a Science Fiction/Alien film)

2012 No Film Film Festival - Part 2

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This is part 2 of a 3 part broadcast screening of the complete 2012 No Film Film Festival.

Part 2 includes the following short films:

>Steep Hill Production's "MANNEK" (Psycho as a Musical)
>Team UVC's "WAFFLES GO IN MOUTHS" (Close Encounters as a Musical)
>Los Tres Perritos' "CITIZEN PAIN" (Citizen Kane as a Horror film)
>Team Bear's "NO TURNING BACK" (Psycho as an Action film)
>The Brat Mac's "ADVENTURE OF A HEAD CASE" (Psycho as an Adventure film)

2012 No Film Film Festival - Part 1

This episode is currently not viewable online.

This is part 1 of a 3 part broadcast screening of the complete 2012 No Film Film Festival.

Part 1 includes the following short films:

>Team Avasara's "BREAK" (Archer Mayor's Tag Man as a Romance)
>Safron film's "ONE FLEW INTO THE CHICKEN COOP" (Archer Mayor's Tag Man as a Mystery)
>Landryn Production's "IT'S AN APOCALYPTIC LIFE" (It's a Wonderful Life as an Alien film)
>Wired Wednesday's "TRAPPED! THE ARTISTS' WORLD" (Wizard Of Oz as an Adventure film)
>Team Pallet Town's "HAVE A WONDERFUL LIFE" (It's a Wonderful Life as Film Noir)

Sci-fi Journal - Aug'13

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Sci-Fi Journal for August 2013 live from ConnectiCon (CT-Con) in Hartford, CT, with hosts James Hinsey, Jay Kingston, Marc Morisseau, and Calvin Watts III. But first from the studio... Adam Tuchman starts off the show with some Cthulhu collectibles and talks about NecronomiCon happening in Providence August 22-25, 2013. The 4 hosts report from ConnectiCon's Media room looking over the Dealer's and Artist Alley of the Connecticut Convention Center. Jay with Popcorn Previews and trailers for "Carrie", "Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters", "Riddick", and "Gravity".

Sci-fi Journal - May'13

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Sci-Fi Journal for May 2013 with hosts Jay Kingston, Marc Morisseau and Calvin Watts III. Jay starts with Popcorn Previews with trailers for "Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2", "Despicable Me 2", "Now You See Me", and "The Wolverine". Next is Game Over with Calvin bringing us news of DVD/Blu-Ray releases and Video Game news. Marc does Toob News with the latest TV show news. Marc intros a promo for several conventions happening in New England this summer and ending with Toys Props and Collectibles.

The Christmas Tree Fort

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"The Christmas Tree Fort" is a film based on a true story. A nine year old boy begins collecting thrown away christmas trees to try and hold onto the holiday's sprit, with unintended consequences.  This movie takes it to the streets, starring the children of the Lakota Tribe, from the poorest Indian reservation in America. Is Chrsitmas about one day, or a way of life?

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