Monthly Archives: April 2017

Monadnock Film Festival culminates with Daniels Award documentary

By Ethan DeWitt Sentinel Staff April 24, 2017 In Deh’Subz, a remote village in Afghanistan’s Kabul province, meaningful change can seem a rarity. Literacy rates have long been near the lowest in the world. Many of the village’s families today

Posted in Awards, Festival News

Film About American Atomic Bomb Victims Leaves Festival Audience Spent, by Steve Gilbert

By Stephen Gilbert Sentinel Staff April 22, 2017 As the credits rolled in the darkened theater and music from the score faded into silence, quiet sobs from the audience became audible. If films are supposed to inspire, uplift and stimulate,

Posted in Festival News, Films

For MONIFF, It’s Show Time

By Xander Landen Sentinel Staff April 21, 2017 A red carpet and posts attached with a rope ran from under the marquee of The Colonial Theatre in Keene and out onto Main Street. Dozens of moviegoers, some dressed to the

Posted in Festival News

MONIFF Brings Film Festival to Peterborough Community Theatre

MONIFF Best in Fest at Peterborough Communigy Theatre

For the first time, MONIFF will bring the film festival to Peterborough’s Community Theatre on Sunday, April 23rd, with the Best of Fest. At the Saturday night awards presentation on April 22nd, the Audience Choice Awards will be announced for

Posted in Festival News

Monadnock International Film Festival to bring attendees the world

MONIFF Executive Director Dianna Costello at launch party. Photo by Michael Moore, Sentinel Staff

Article By Callie Ginter, Sentinel Staff Friday, March 31, 2017 Jill Pierson, 18, of Francestown will attend the fifth annual Monadnock International Film Festival next month because she hopes to become a filmmaker someday. For Cheryl Barlow of Harrisville, it’s

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