e Films Archive | New Hampshire Film Festival Films Archive | New Hampshire Film Festival Skip to content An Update Regarding the 2020 New Hampshire Film Festival Get the Details Like us on Facebook Like us on Twitter Like us on YouTube Like us on Instagram Email Us Press Box 2019 Sponsors Festival Caret 2021 Submissions 2021 Young Filmmakers Workshop 2019 NHFF Caret Awards Films Schedule Juries Plan Visit Caret Venues How to Get Here Where to Stay, Eat & Drink The Best Things To Do In Portsmouth About Us Caret Mission History Press Coverage Festival Team The Board of Directors Festival Archives Caret 2018 Films 2018 Juries 2017 Films 2017 Juries 2016 Films 2016 Juries Award Archive Film Archive Panel Archive Support Us Caret Shop Sponsorship Opportunities 2019 Sponsors Volunteer Donate Offer Homestay AmazonSmile Support Blog Submit Now toggle menu All Films [escape] (NH) With a gun in his hand and blood stains on his shirt, a man finds himself alone in his bomb shelter as he endures the… View Film Info 100: Head/Heart/Feet (NH) If you thought 26.2 miles was tough, lace up your running shoes for a journey into the world of ultrarunning. “100: Head/Heart/Feet” follows Ultrarunner Zak… View Film Info 216 Mois Nothing is comparable to the success of Maureen, the ventriloquist. A shadow is hanging over her career. The voice that comes out of Maureen is… View Film Info 404 Not Found Homelessness is uncomfortable to acknowledge. It makes us feel emotions we prefer to avoid. Meet the youth that have experienced years as homeless teenagers under… View Film Info 605 Adults 304 Children 605 ADULTS 304 CHILDREN is an immersive and intimate short documentary filmed entirely by The Peoples Temple in Jonestown. View Film Info 86’d Five seedy stories transpire over the course of one late-night order at a 24-hour deli. View Film Info 9 Degrees A personal journey of a man who discovers, through genetic testing, that he is one of 9 siblings, finding the love and acceptance in a… View Film Info A Ballerina’s Tale A behind-the-curtain documentary about the daily routine of Misty Copeland, the first African-American female soloist at New York’s American Ballet Theatre in two decades. View Film Info Stay informed on NHFF Updates Subscribe to our newsletter Comments (Optional)This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. Subscribe This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.