NHFF 2010 is Here! Gov. Lynch Proclaims NH Film Festival Weekend in NH!
The New Hampshire Night (and day) Program began this morning at 10 a.m. with a block of short films including our high school runner up “Beginning’s End,” and high school winner “Home vs. Homeless.” We are also happy to announce that Gov. John Lynch has officially proclaimed Oct. 14 – 17 “New Hampshire Film Festival Weekend” for the state of NH! Thank you, Gov. Lynch! The proclamation will be read tonight during the NHPTV NH Night Reception with host Juston McKinney at The Music Hall at 7 p.m.
A reminder that you can buy passes, pick up programs and buy our special Bill Paarlberg inspired 10th Anniversary T-Shirt at the Residence Inn Marriott at 100 Deer St. where we have set up NHFF Headquarters for the weekend. You can also buy passes and tickets at The Music Hall at 28 Chestnut St.
If you’re still at work, be sure to arrive at The Music Hall as early as possible tonight. “YellowBrickRoad,” an award-winning thriller set in NH screens at 5:50 p.m. leading into the NH Night Reception. The short block of films tonight is slated to start at 8:30 p.m. and includes “Bighorn,” “Dark Scribbles,” “Wanting Alex,” “Sunday Morning Coming Down,” and “The Pond.”
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NHFF 2010 is underwritten by Francis Ford Coppola Winery and receives major support from Rule Boston Camera, NHPTV, Access Sports Medicine, The Music Hall, Absolut Vodka and Stella Artois.