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The Film Lineup of the 2019 New Hampshire Film Festival is Here!

We are pleased to announce that over 100 high-caliber and diverse independent films will be featured at the 2019 New Hampshire Film Festival, taking place October 17-20 in downtown Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Selecting the final films to screen was extremely challenging due to the quality and quantity of films we received. On behalf of the New Hampshire Film Festival Screening Committee and the New Hampshire Film Festival Board of Directors, we want to thank all of the filmmakers who submitted films this year.

The 2019 lineup includes films from national and international filmmakers as well as 51 created by New Hampshire filmmakers.

The 2019 New Hampshire Film Festival Film Lineup

FEATURE NARRATIVES
American Woman, directed by Jake Scott
Colewell, directed by Tom Quinn
Driveways, directed by Andrew Ahn
Frances Ferguson, directed by Bob Byington
Ham on Rye, directed by Tyler Taormina
The Lighthouse, directed by Robert Eggers
Little Joe, directed by Jessica Hausner
Mickey and the Bear, directed by Annabelle Attanasio
Romance Analyst, directed by Rachel Wortell
Saint Frances, directed by Alex Thompson
The Short History of the Long Road, directed by Ani Simon-Kennedy
Sister Aimee, directed by Samantha Buck & Marie Schlingmann
South Mountain, directed by Hilary Brougher
Standing Up, Falling Down, directed by Matt Ratner
Uncut Gems, directed by Benny Safdie & Josh Safdie
The Whistlers, directed by Corneliu Porumboiu

FEATURE DOCUMENTARIES
17 Blocks, directed by Davy Rothbart
All I Can Say, directed by Danny Clinch, Taryn Gould, Colleen Hennessy & Shannon Hoon
Anbessa, directed by Mo Scarpelli
Artifishal, directed by Josh Murphy
The Cave (special preview screening), directed by Feras Fayyad
Changing the Game, directed by Michael Barnett
Cunningham, directed by Alla Kovgan
The Dog Doc, directed by Cindy Meehl
Fish & Men, directed by Darby Duffin & Adam Jones
The Good, The Bad, The Hungry, directed by Nicole Haimes
Kifaru, directed by David Hambridge
Last Man Fishing, directed by JD Schuyler
Like, directed by Scilla Andreen
Other Music, directed by Puloma Basu & Rob Hatch-Miller
Pahokee, directed by Patrick Bresnan & Ivete Lucas
Pier Kids, directed by Elegance Bratton
Queen of Lapa, directed by Theodore Collatos & Carolina Monnerat
Well Groomed, directed by Rebecca Stern

SHORT NARRATIVES
Aug 04, directed by Troy Lustick
Above The Influence, directed by Garrett McGale
After You Left, directed by April Maxey
Brett Kavanaugh Is Ruining My Sex Life, directed by Kristin Slaysman
The Cat Tale, directed by Laina Barakat
Churros, directed by Emilie McDonald & Bruce Smolanoff
Crude Oil, directed by Christopher Good
Debbie Does Dilators, directed by Savannah Magruder
Engaged, directed by David Scala
Fit Model, directed by Myna Joseph
The Follower, directed by Stephanie Szerlip
How Does It Start, directed by Amber Sealey
I’ll Be Here For a While, directed by Dakota Pailes-Friedman & Dylan Pailes-Friedman
Laying Out, directed by Joanna Arnow
Lockdown, directed by Logan George & Celine Held
Milkshake, directed by Brittany Snow
The Neighbors’ Window, directed by Marshall Curry
Night Swim, directed by Victoria Rivera
Nighty Night, directed by Matt Porter
Possessions, directed by Zeke Farrow
Pots N’ Tots, directed by Kati Skelton
Sometimes, I Think About Dying, directed by Stefanie Abel Horowitz
Stuck, directed by Michael Barnett
That Doe Zone, directed by Harrison Atkins
Twist, directed by Aly Migliori
Wakey Wakey, directed by Mary Dauterman
Whiteout, directed by Lance Edmands

SHORT DOCUMENTARIES
605 Adults 304 Children, directed by Michael Mahaffie
About John, directed by Lauren Shaw
Across the Hummingbird Bridge, directed by Jeff Mertz
Dear Georgina, directed by Adam Mazo & Ben Pender-Cudlip
I’ve Never Been a Fisherman, directed by Joe Stankus
Lewiston, directed by Jacob Roberts & David Shayne
Memory Video, directed by Roy Power
Neighborhood, directed by Ben Garchar
North Country, directed by Nick Martini
The North Woods, directed by Adam Bartley
On the Bit, directed by Ashley Brandon
Safari Video, directed by Artemis Shaw
Sixth of June, directed by Henry Roosevelt
Small Talk, directed by Paul Szynol
Still Plays with Trains, directed by Ross Kauffman
Subject to Review, directed by Theo Anthony
Victim Witness, directed by Emmett Soldati
Yves & Variation, directed by Lydia Cornett

ANIMATION
Bug Bite, directed by Emily Ann Hoffman
Buzzer, directed by Albert Birney
The Coin, directed by Siqi Song
The Hole, directed by Will Kim
My Mother’s Eyes, directed by Jenny Wright
Under Covers, directed by Michaela Olsen

NH PROGRAM
9 Degrees, directed by Kalim Armstrong & Demetre Papageorgiou
Allie Rae Mondok, directed by Aaron Mondok
Bearly There, directed by Sean Carmichael
Best Chance U, directed by Elizabeth Jenny
Chronicle of a move to move forward, directed by Robert Kerr
Dear Frankie, directed by Megan Marie Connolly & Claudia Krogmeier
Death of a Matriarch, directed by Toni Nagy
Family Business, directed by Oskar Hirte, Clay Laplante, & Brandon Depew
The Fisherman’s Wife, directed by Ron Wyman
Gutterbug, directed by Andrew Gibson
In Colors, directed by Stephanie Willis
Kidnapped Cow Caper, directed by Lily Hipp
Lady Liberty, directed by Taylor Lee Nagel
Lee, directed by Brett Saunders
Les Deux, directed by Ellie Pierce & Mara Bresnahan
Love in Kilnerry, directed by Daniel Keith & Snorri Sturluson
Mass Hysteria, directed by Arielle Cimino & Jeff Ryan
Memento Mori, directed by Ryan Berry
Near Sight, directed by Stephen Parkhurst
Number Neighbors, directed by Scott A. Millette
One in a Million, directed by Ross Kauffman & Jeremiah Zagar
Queen of the Mold, directed by Lizzy Bryce
Scott & Lenny Go to Thai Town, directed by Joe Ahern
Sibling Sunday, directed by Toni Nagy
Stan, directed by Kristen Nutile & JP Olsen
Still Here, directed by William Rogan
Suck It Up, directed by Marc Dole
Three Corner House, directed by Patrick Clement
Water Horse, directed by Sarah Wisner & Sean Temple
Woman of Steel, directed by Chris Violette
Your Hand in Mine, directed by Chris Violette

In addition to the independent films above, the 19th New Hampshire Film Festival will feature fascinating conversations with film industry experts, fun parties, and more!

Now is a great time to plan your film festival fun. Grab your passes!

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