Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
"Ark is an experimental documentary about a cruise ship at the end of the world. In this film we tour the ship and discover through anonymous voices that the present is actually the future." -- Abstract
"Blue Rebellion is a project featuring a multimedia exhibition, as well as short-film documentary called, "Out of the Blue' which explores the story and colonial history of natural indigo dye, an indigenous product of Bengal that is now being revived in Bangladesh, through slow and sustainable fashion by local artisans and entrepreneurs. It is a project celebrating an important artisanal craft that exists at the intersection of indigenous expression and colonial legacy." -- Abstract
"The lives of three generations of Europeans are interlaced by a filmmaker who travels by train from Cambridge to Boston, Massachusetts and tries to find out if a story of a man that saved 1,000 children during the Second World War is true. The film is a reflection on the perception of past, true, and reality." -- Abstract.
"'Cuts' is a documentary about a 47-year-old man's career path and his relationship between his two fathers." -- Abstract
"Export My Love is a documentary about four divorced or widowed women trying to persue love by finding U.S. husband. It tries to raise the discussion of how the society treats those single women with kids." -- Abstract
"Follows the filmmaker's journey out of the Mormon church -- a journey unexpectedly aligned with her first pregnancy. The film depicts her pregnancy from start to finish while exploring the emotional and spiritual weight of leaving Mormonism, its effect on the mother she hopes to become, and its effect on the mother who raised her." -- Abstract.
Films produced by Emerson College's Media, Technologies and Production Department, including documentaries and promotional films and footage of Emerson College events.
"The Negro Theater Project 1935 — 1939 is a 24 minute narrative documentary shot on video. The story is about the Negro Theater in Boston during the Works Progress Administration (WPA). The story is told through a series of interviews and archival footage with a voice over narrative to complete the story." --page 4.
The collection consists of two digital files: 1. A web crawl, or snapshot, of the NewEnglandFilm.com website as of 2023, and 2. An export of the site's directory, a listing of film and production vendors, venues, suppliers, agencies, and talent. When the web crawl was captured on November 17, 2023, the directory had been removed from the website.
"This project is a short documentary about Wendy Carlos, a composer and technical innovator in the field of electronic music. Interviews and monologues detail the difficulties that a group of young transgender people have faced in finding their ancestors' history. The filmmaker recounts her own discovery of Carlos and creates new music in tribute to her influence." -- Abstract
"Overcoming is a documentary in which Traumatic Brain Injury survivors delve into the experience after having sustained such an injury, supported by facts from medical professionals about TBI. The documentary explores how the TBI survivors cope with the consequences and what keeps them going." --Abstract.
A documentary about the history of the Piano Row District of Boston, MA.