"Dinner + movie" piece on the New Hampshire Film Expo, which features four Maine
"Dinner + movie" piece on the New Hampshire Film Expo, which features four Maine-made films. One of the featured films, "Damaged Goods," is by Waterville native Todd Densmore. Adam Fisher, originally from Prospect Harbor, created the animated film "Ballad of the Purple Clam." Rick Widmer, creator of the documentary film "American Fair," spent his summers in York County, where the film is set. Lance Edmands of Kennebunk has his film "Vacationland" in the festival. It was also shot in York County, and features an all-Mainer cast. The New Hampshire Film Expo runs October 12 - 15, at venues in Portsmouth, N.H.
Lauritano-Werner, Bly, ""Dinner + movie" piece on the New Hampshire Film Expo, which features four Maine" (2006). Maine News Index – Portland Phoenix. 2807.
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