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2015 Salem Film Fest

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  1. WILD HOME : An Interview with Filmmaker Jack Schurman

    Posted March 8th, 2015 by debralongo in Uncategorized

    By Kali Platt In the Northern Woods of Maine, Vietnam veteran, Bob Miner and wife, Julie, help rehabilitate over 200 species of abused and abandoned animals from their home zoo, DEW Haven.  WILD HOME, directed by brothers Jack and Robert Schurman, tells the story of a man and the companionship with animals that helps set […]


  2. MUGSHOT with Filmmaker Dennis Mohr

    Posted March 6th, 2015 by debralongo in Uncategorized

    By Candice Seplow In 2010 at a rest stop in New York, Dennis Mohr discovered the nation’s hottest weekly crime newspaper, The Slammer, which would stay in his possession for an entire year until he picked it up again. The newspaper’s theme, which was dedicated to presenting the most entertaining mug shots to the public, […]


  3. 10 Reasons to Check Out Salem Film Fest 2015

    Posted March 5th, 2015 by debralongo in Uncategorized

    By Nicholas Papa The 8th annual Salem Film Fest has begun! Here are 10 reasons why you should make your way to downtown Salem and check it out: 1. It is among ‘the best.’ Last fall, Boston Globe Magazine named Salem Film Fest one of the “35 Ways to Love a New England Winter” and North […]


  4. Returning Filmmakers Share Lessons Learned Behind the Camera

    Posted March 4th, 2015 by debralongo in Uncategorized

    By Kristin D’Agostino Whether telling the story of a missing child, a Chinese theme park, or life in a secluded Alaskan village, three Salem Fest filmmakers returning this year all share a common trait. Suki Hawley, Mak CK and Nick Brandestini are all master storytellers who love exploring uncommon themes and are not afraid to ask deep and- sometimes controversial – questions.  They return this year with exciting […]