Cinema Northampton - free movie nights presented by Northampton Community Television, Forbes Library, the Northampton Arts Council and the Parks and Recreation Department returns May 27th at 8:30pm with Raiders of the Lost Ark! See our monthly movie schedule at www.CinemaNorthampton.org
Local Film Screenings
NCTV Member Thomas Campbell debut's his short film "Universal Adapter Blues" at the Platinum Pony in Easthampton THIS FRIDAY. Doors at 7pm, Screening at 7:30.
Synopsis: All Marvin Weeks wanted was his collection of junk and his girlfriend back. What he got was a chance encounter with a strange woman claiming to be a robot time traveler from the future. But years later fate and coincidence would show him the true nature of the strings pulled behind that fateful meeting. Starring local talent Aaron Kaplan and Alisa Kowal.
PubX is a pop-up film festival showing the best undistributed or under-seen micro-budget features from around the country.
NCTV Production Grant recipent Juno Orion premieres his film
"Beyond Hello" on May 22nd at the Platinum Pony at 6pm.
Synopsis: Until she meets Jameson, Christina claims to be perfectly content to inherit her family's restaurant - a small almost rundown place called StrangeLand. But while Jameson tries to convince Christina that she wants to do much more with her life, he isn't who he claims to be at all... and might be dangerous.
Video Highlights from NCTV and Paradise City Press
"The Throwaways" screening sparks discussion on
police and race.
"MissTrust" the latest poetic music video by Larry Green
Other News and Events
Saturday May 16th from 2-5pm, join Valley Time Trade
at the Florence Civic Center. Find out how you can timebank your skills!
Western MA Media Justice Network
seeks to foster collaboration among independent media makers, community media projects, social justice activists and media educators to fight socio-economic inequalities, structural racism, and sexism in our communities by promoting social justice, media access, and fair representation for all.