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New Streaming Titles from the NHFF Team

Staying safe at home is hard, thankfully, NHFF is here to share a couple of features available for streaming.  We are grateful to have this time to look back on our past twenty years and celebrate some of the high profile New Hampshire related films from our prior festival line-ups. 

“The Lighthouse” is the Oscar-nominated second feature from New Hampshire born director Robert Eggers. “The Lighthouse” was one of the most anticipated titles from our 2019 lineup and is now available for free with an Amazon Prime subscription. It’s also available to rent for $3.99 from Amazon and $4.99 from iTunes. The visionary filmmaker behind the modern horror masterpiece “The Witch” comes this hypnotic and hallucinatory sophomore feature that tells the tale of two lighthouse keepers on a remote and mysterious New England island in the 1890s.

“God Knows Where I Am” is a documentary drama directed by brothers Todd and Jedd Wider from our 2016 festival lineup. This stellar documentary concerns the discovery of a homeless woman’s body found in an abandoned New Hampshire farmhouse. Beside the body, lies a diary that documents a journey of starvation and the loss of sanity, but told with poignance, beauty, humor, and spirituality. Winning Best NH Feature Documentary at our 2016 festival, “God Knows Where I Am” is an evocative dive into a compelling New Hampshire mystery and is available for free with a Netflix subscription and for rent from Amazon for $3.99.

From the New Hampshire mystery of “God Knows Where I Am,” to the wild tale of two lighthouse keepers from NH director Robert Eggers, we wanted to highlight two stunning features with ties to The Granite State. We hope you continue to stay safe in these scary times and we wish you all the best. 


The NH Film Festival Team


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