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  1. 2015 COLORS ARRIVE!

    Posted August 1st, 2014 by paulvanness in News, Uncategorized

    Part lollipop, part orange slice, but delicious in every way, the new 2015 Salem Film Fest logo has arrived. Take a peek!


  2. RICH HILL at SFF!

    Posted February 7th, 2014 by paulvanness in Uncategorized

    And now, for our exciting news: We are very happy to announce that RICH HILL, still hot off of winning the U.S. Documentary Grand Jury Prize at Sundance, will be making its East Coast Premiere at SFF 2014! You’ve heard about it, so come to Salem and see it. Come to Salem, see the world.http://vimeo.com/74987674


  3. Countdown Day 10 – Pt. 2

    Posted February 7th, 2014 by paulvanness in Uncategorized

    DAY 10 of SFF COUNTDOWN – Pt. 2: We’re happy to announce the New England premiere of Director Sebastian Mez’s METAMORPHOSEN will be at SFF 2014. The film tells the story of people living in one of the most radioactive contaminated spots on earth.


  4. Countdown Day 10

    Posted February 7th, 2014 by paulvanness in Uncategorized

    DAY 10 of SFF COUNTDOWN: Don’t miss the US Premiere of 15 REASONS TO LIVE, Director Alan Zweig’s episodic exploration of love, solitude, critical mind, art, individuality, home, work, humor, friendship, intoxication, praise, meaning, body, duty and death. To savor them all would presumably be to truly live.


  5. Countdown Day 9

    Posted February 7th, 2014 by paulvanness in Uncategorized

    DAY 9 of SFF COUNTDOWN: We’re excited that Director Cheryl Dunn will be on hand for the New England Premiere of EVERYBODY STREET, which illuminates the lives and work of New York’s iconic street photographers and the incomparable city that has inspired them for decades.


  6. Countdown Day 8 – Pt. 2

    Posted February 7th, 2014 by paulvanness in Uncategorized

    DAY 8 of SFF COUNTDOWN – Pt. 2: How does a poor, single, African-American mother become one of the world’s most notorious jewel thieves? You’ll just have to see the New England Premiere of Directors Kirk Marcolina and Matthew Pond’s THE LIFE AND CRIMES OF DORIS PAYNE to find out!


  7. Countdown Day 8

    Posted February 7th, 2014 by paulvanness in Uncategorized

    DAY 8 of SFF COUNTDOWN: Making it’s World Premiere at SFF2014, local filmmaker Elayne McCabe’s KASHEER explores the complexities of life under military occupation from the point of view of three local artists living in the Kashmir Valley – a disputed territory in the Indian Himalayas on the border with Pakistan.


  8. Countdown Day 7

    Posted February 7th, 2014 by paulvanness in Uncategorized

    DAY 7 OF SFF COUNTDOWN – Pt. 2: Director Jillian Schlesinger captures as fourteen year old Laura Dekker sets out—camera in hand—on a two-year voyage in pursuit of her dream: to be the youngest person ever to sail around the world alone. The result is MAIDENTRIP.


  9. Countdown Day 6

    Posted February 7th, 2014 by paulvanness in Uncategorized

    DAY 6 of SFF COUNTDOWN: Fifty percent of the world’s population lives in urban areas. By 2050, experts predict it will be eighty percent. Director Andreas Dalsgaard’s THE HUMAN SCALE ponders the complex question: how will all those people be able to live their lives in a mega city?


  10. Countdown Day 5 – Part 2

    Posted February 1st, 2014 by paulvanness in Uncategorized

    DAY 5 of SFF COUNTDOWN-Pt. 2: Don’t worry – haven’t forgotten about today’s second film announcement. Trust me-it’s worth the wait. Making its Massachusetts Premiere, Director Jeremy Workman’s MAGICAL UNIVERSE grants us entrance to the world of Al Carbee, an 88 year old reclusive artist who spends his days creating a whole new world in […]