The weather is beautiful and we made it through a winter in New England for the ages, but Mother Nature is gracing us and coming up on June 1st and 2nd we have some great events taking place in conjunction with StART on the Street.
Stay tuned as we’ll post more information about the Steampunk Fashion Show taking place at The Lucky Dog on June 1st beginning at 7 p.m. as well as the movie screenings taking place on June 2nd, beginning at 11 a.m. at The Crompton Building, both conveniently located within walking distance on Green Street.
“Anything that begins with good intentions, ends successfully.”
I don’t know who this quote is from, but I did hear it often while growing up, and I do find myself saying it to my daughter.
The same thing could be said about the Central Mass Film Festival(CMF2); it was created with good intentions and some very big aspirations. Having had 2 screenings, the first event was held on October 20th, where we screened the short film “Cat Scratch”, along with the full-length feature “The Muse”. Continue reading →
CMF2′s 3rd event will be a screening of “A Christmas Kiss”, and discussion with the John Stimpson, Director and Andrea Ajemian, Co-Producer of Moody Independent Friday, December 7th at the Cantina Bar & Grill (385 Main St. in Worcester) 7 – 10 p.m. Free and open to the public. All ages.
CMF2′s second event was a bicycle-powered screening of Agrofuels and Dirty Truth About Coal followed by a discussion with filmmakers and activists on Saturday, November 17th at the Cantina Bar & Grill (385 Main St. in Worcester) 7 – 10 p.m. Event featured live bands: Brendan Burns and Somerville Symphony Orkestar! Free and open to the public. All ages until 10pm.
SHANNA CLEVELAND, Attorney, Conservation Law Foundation
DREW GRANDE, The Sierra Club MA, Beyond Coal campaign
JOEL WOOL, Clean Water Action
LOREN FEINSTEIN, Filmmaker / Composer Agrofuels
MATT FEINSTEIN, Filmmaker Agrofuels
ALEXIA PRICHARD, Filmmaker Closed Loop Films, Dirty Truth About Coal
A new festival is brewing in Central Massachusetts, a festival that will change how young filmmakers will interact with the film world, how movie-lovers in the area explore new titles, and how important stories are shared to our communities.
The website is currently under construction, please be patient while we create the CMF2.org website.
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