Maine Short Film Festival 2016 Premiere

Presented by the Maine Film and Video Association

This second year of the Maine Short Film Festival brought in over 40 submissions from Maine filmmakers.   The winning 100-minute program includes 14 films from 13 filmmakers about subjects close to Mainer’s hearts:  art, environment, horror, social justice, comedy, and organic farming, in all genres including fiction, non-fiction, experimental and animation.   

The winners are:

Sharyn Paul Brusie  – Heart & Hand

Marie Chao – Fever

Josh Gerritsen – Alison and NuDay Syria

Mauricio Handler - Bonaire

Huey – Maine Heritage Orchard

Richard Kane – The Raw Essence of Carlo Pittore

Justin Lewis, Michelle Stauffer, and Laura Day – Penobscot River

Alan Magee – Gun Shop and A Nasty Law

Alban Maino – Scribe of the Soul

Corey Norman – Tickle

Mike Perlman – Clothes Encounter

Craig Saddlemire – My So-Called Housing Cooperative #2

Walter Ungerer - I Don’t Get It-It’s My Russian Soul

All ages welcome, but please be aware that there is minor nudity of models in art studio.

Sponsors of the event include the Maine Media Workshops, the University of Southern Maine, Bar Harbor Bank & Trust, the Maine Film Office, Deighan Wealth Advisors, University of Maine Museum of Art, and WERU Community Radio.   

For More information Contact:

MFVA Board of Directors


Show Dates & Times:

12/11/15 - Friday

5:30 pm,

$8.50/Adults, $7.50/Seniors, $6.50/Under 12 and MFVA Members

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