Good friend and solid Mainah', Jeffrey Charles Day spearheads a new documentary about The Maine Military Museum and its curator, Lee Humiston. I was fortunate enough to join in on a few interviews with some truly inspiring veterans. Many thanks for bringing some awareness to such a historical gem. Jeff is also a founder of the web series Vacationlanders, featuring many Maine talents, cast, crew and landscapes alike.
Mint Films' very own Charles Parker Newton stars in the latest Carnival Cruise Ships "Grab Your Destiny" spot as Finnigan Blankenship. Make way for the official "Fun Ambassador."
Check out one of the latest works by Jay Brown, featuring the sounds of the JAW GEMS and some killer animation work by Paul Mihailoff.
Personally, I think this video's aesthetics hits the JAW GEMS sound spot on. Cheers to a job well done, Portland Maine represented well!
Over at Hotchpot Soup, Chelsea Rosenthal has whipped up her go-to Potato Leek recipe for the gang. Follow a year in soup here!
Tonight TELEPHOTO has its West Coast debut at the North West Film Center of the Portland Art Museum as part of the Open Screening event. This collection of independent shorts is free and open to the public. Projections roll at 7pm.
Sara Hallie Richardson's "What Would It Be Like" video produced by Mint Films airs on Entertainment Experiment, a global network for Maine based web artists. Don't forget to check out all the other cool content they have lined up!
Our friends over at SoundLight Media put together these beautiful shorts from India. They were produced for Company C, based in Maine. Awesome.
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