by Neighbor screened at the Blue Hill Public Library.4/2/11
Rehearsal and Cat Window
both screened at the Lewiston Auburn Film Festival.
by Neighbor screened at the Blue Hill Public Library.
won "Best Maine Film" at the first ever Lewiston-Auburn
by Neighbor begins to air on Free
(Anglos Valiantly Aiding Tragic Awe-inspiring Races) is released
(35 minutes) showed on the New
England Online Film Festival. It premiered at the Maine
International Film Festival and will also be included at the
MIFF By The Sea Festival in Bar Harbor at Reel
Pizza Sept 17th-20th.
Point Movies won an award for 300
Epithets from the Image
Gazer Film Festival.
by Neighbor was reviewed in this blog titled "People
Power vs. Celebrity Politics"
by Neighbor was screened at the Reiche Community School in
Portland. Sponsored by Homeless Voices for Justice and the Maine
by Neighbor toured throughout New England, visiting different
communities and serving as a platform for discussion about community
organizing and local issues in each town and city: Boston, Troy,
Brattleboro, Turners Falls, Fitchburg, Worcester, Providence
by Neighbor screened at the Maine
International Film Festival with Q&A
The Maine Association of
Planners has awarded Neighbor by Neighbor
its "Project of the Year" Award for 2009.
Epithets was included in the "Total Recut" installation
at the Open
Neighbor by Neighbor was shown at UU Auburn
music video for Arborea's song "River
and Rapids" now online
Stories" produced by Thrive and Youth MOVE with support from
Round Point Movies will premiere
Neighbor by Neighbor was shown at UMaine
Craig Saddlemire participated in an online
discussion about Neighbor by Neighbor hosted by the Lewiston
Neighbor by Neighbor was shown at Guthries in Lewiston. Followed
by performances by Jessy Kendall, Denise Dill, Sherie B., and
Neighbor by Neighbor was shown at Bates
College and a long discussion followed with members of the
Point Movies helped produce a video with Healthy Androscoggin
and students from Bates and Central Maine Community College about
Binge Drinking and Alcohol Advertising. Watch in on YOUTUBE
Neighbor by Neighbor premiered at the Lewiston
Public Library. After almost 5 years of production, Round
Point Movies has released a new documentary called Neighbor by
Neighbor, about the community organizing efforts of an incredible
group of people called "The Visible Community." Click
here to visit the movie's main page where you can watch the
trailer, read a synopsis,
view movie stills, and read about how
the movie was produced.
read a Sun Journal Article about Neighbor by Neighbor Click
RPM documents performance of CorbuPops
by William Pope.L and students at Harvard. Video installation
will be posted in Carpenter Center soon...
Store Project" An online exhibit of convenience stores around
the world was produced by William Pope.L in collaboration with
RPM and can be seen by
(Round Point Movies) will be curating a Video Exhibit on MLK Day
at Bates College in the Pettengill Atrium. The exhibit will include
three different video screens playing short videos of social change
activity happening across Maine. To see a schedule of other events
on MLK Day, click here.