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Wednesday, December 31 1969


When Kiwis Attack

Sky Caron

An entry for Northampton Community Television's 2018 Film Sprint, the writers (Sky Caron, R.S. Caron, & Damee Hathaway) had to create a script using a grocery store, a character that was an animal trainer, 1980's nostalgia, & a key.

What's the Shop's Name?

February 13, 2018

A sign-maker warily answers the door to reunite with their oldest friend, who wants a personalized sign, in this new avant-garde short.

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Treat Irritation Better

January 23, 2018

Check out this new, short, fictional, avant-garde film, about interpersonal relationships, that one of our producers, Wilson Yerxa, made!

And the Winner Is...

March 14, 2016

Pioneer Valley producers showed a lot of creativity during the recent 7 Day Film Sprint and you can check out the contest's top short films for yourself.

Lights, Camera, Hustle!

February 12, 2016

Can you make a short film in just one week?  We've partnered with Northampton Community Television (NCTV) to challenge you to do just that!

Jon Boschen's Classic Industrial Film Showcase #3

Inside Story of Modern Gasoline

Jerry Fairbanks' 1948 Standard Oil (Indiana) film "Inside Story of Modern Gasoline" is a classic industrial film that explores Standards Red and White crown brands being marketed during the post World War II era. The film makes great use of cinematography, cartoon animation, and a terrific musical score to discuss and sell the brand. The "Inside Story of Modern Gasoline" was one of two versions of the film that was made simultaneously; this version being produced for internal exhibition amongst Standard Oil employees.

Steve Alves Film Collection to Air on GCTV

Award-winning documentary filmmaker Steve Alves has granted permission to allow broadcast of his film Food for Change on Greenfield Community Television.  The film portrays a brief history of the Franklin Community Co-op (Green Fields Market & McCusker’s Market) and showcases food cooperatives in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area of Minnesota, an area with the greatest concentration of food co-ops in the United States.

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Jon Boschen's Classic Industrial Film Showcase #2

Technicolor Harmony

This episode features 2, 10-minute, theatrical short films, "Color Harmony" (1938) and "Seeing Green" (1937).  Both works were produced by the Jam Handy Organization as part of the studio’s iconic Direct Mass Selling series for Chevrolet.  Unlike other entries in the series, which consisted of either black and white live action films or Technicolor animated cartoons, these two films utilized the black and white to Technicolor technique as a way to enhance their subject matter.

Jon Boschen's Classic Industrial Film Showcase #1

"Aluminum On The March"

The first installment of "Jon Boschen's Classic Industrial Film Showcase" presents one of Mr. Boschen's favorite industrial and documentary films of all time, "Aluminum on The March", from 1956.  This film is the definitive industrial film; as it's graced with gorgeous cinematography, an outstanding musical score, and stop-motion animation.

An American Nurse at War

Adapted from a The Arbors at Greenfield press release:

On Tuesday, July 2nd, at 3:00pm at The Arbors at Greenfield, Steven Hooper, great-nephew of Marion McCune Rice & Meg Kupiec, will present "An American Nurse at War".

The 100th Anniversary of the start of WWI is approaching and the poignant story of the courage and patriotism by WWI Red Cross Nurse Marion McCune Rice of Brattleboro, VT, is a fitting way to remember all those who sacrificed their lives.