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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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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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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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Upcoming Screenings – Nov. 29th, Dec. 6th & Dec. 8th

FOOD FIGHT: Inside the Battle for Market Basket Throughout the summer of 2014, a corporate food fight played out in dozens of New England communities, impacting two million customers, tens of thousands of workers, and the economies of three states.

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MONIFF Offers Films, Discussion with Focus on Civil Rights

films and discussion with a focus on civil rights

In advance of the 3rd annual Monadnock International Film Festival (MONIFF), special programming throughout the month of March will feature film screenings and discussions around the civil rights movement. The effort was conceived by MONIFF to honor the 50th anniversary of the sacrifice by Keene resident and martyr Jonathan Daniels, who gave his life to save Ruby Sales in Hayneville, Alabama as a young seminary student working in the civil rights movement.

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MONIFF Adds Children & Families Programming April 11

pete's dragon, walt disney film, free moniff children programming

This year the Monadnock International Film Festival has added a Children & Families Program. On Friday, April 11 at 9:30am, the Colonial Theatre will feature a 35mm print of the 1977 live-action/animated musical Disney classic, Pete’s Dragon. Over 500 elementary

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International Film Festival Announces Feature Films April 10-12

before i disappear, still

The second annual Monadnock International Film Festival, April 10-12, boasts Academy Award nominated films, shorts and panels in downtown Keene, NH. The feature film schedule includes East Coast premieres, Sundance awardees, and many filmmakers, producers and actors who will be

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