The Gate – Dawn of the Bahá’í Faith

the gate film - october 16, 2018 - at pct, peterborough community theatre

Please join us for a special screening of The Gate: Dawn of the Bahá’í Faith. This one-hour documentary tells the little known story of the origins of the Bahá’í religion, the second most widespread religion after Christianity. Of local interest

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Free Screening of New Alzheimer’s Documentary

alzheimer's - every minute counts

Keene, NH (DATE) – According to the Alzheimer’s Association, more than 24,000 Granite Staters are living with Alzheimer’s and 67,000 family and friends are providing care for these individuals. “The state holds the second oldest and fastest aging population in

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The Heroin Effect

the heroin effect, free public screening, 9:30 am saturday, april 21, colonial theatre, keene, nh

Please join us for a timely film about New Hampshire’s opioid crisis. “The Heroin Effect” is directed and produced by NH filmmakers Michael Venn and Karlina Lyons. A Q&A discussion with the filmmakers and special guests will start immediately after

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Din of Battle to the Calm of the River: Documentary to be Screened in Honor of Veterans Day

By Meg McIntyre Sentinel Staff PETERBOROUGH — For thousands of servicemen and women, coping with the aftermath of war is a daily battle. In honor of Veterans Day, the Monadnock International Film Festival presents “Not Yet Begun To Fight,” a

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Film Explores the Healing Powers of Flyfishing

Tuesday, October 31, 2017 From, Arts-Living of The Monadnock Ledger-Transcript The Monadnock International Film Festival presents the documentary “Not Yet Begun To Fight” as part of their ongoing series. The film will screen at 7 p.m. on Nov. 7 at

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Join us for “Not Yet Begun to Fight” Film Screening Nov 7th

Please join us for a special screening of  Not Yet Begun to Fight. This critically-acclaimed documentary offers an unconventional look at the impact of war and the journey to recovery. In honor of Veterans Day, free admission for Veterans (with

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Documentary Brings Memories to Life for Local Architect

By Steve Gilbert Sentinel Staff It had been 14 years since Dan Scully of Keene saw the documentary “My Architect,” about a son’s contemplative quest for insight into the father he hardly knew. The experience was just as powerful —

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Monthly Film Screenings Begin

Academy Award Nominee, Best Documentary, My Architect, Louis Kahn, Nathaniel Kahn

Come join us on October 17th for a special screening at the Peterborough Community Theatre of the 2003 Academy Award nominated film, “My Architect”. Directed by Nathaniel Kahn, this documentary is a son’s search to understand his father, a world

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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

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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,

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