PSFN #5 (The Anniversary Edition) screening wrap-up

We Like to Pack ‘Em In

Portsmouth Short Film Night crowd February 2014First of all, a big THANK YOU to the standing-room only crowd of approximately one hundred film fans and filmmakers who got us off to a fantastic start to year two of Portsmouth Short Film Night this past Friday at Portsmouth Public Media. We’ve got lots more in store, and we can’t wait to share it with you throughout the rest of the year.

Support Us

 A number of people have asked how they can contribute to help sustain these screenings, and we’re happy to say that it’s now possible to make a donation to PSFN through PayPal. So, if you liked what you saw, and would like to see even more varied and interesting independent film, please help us out with a small donation. $1, $10, $100 — any amount can help!

The Films & Filmmakers

Here’s your chance to watch the films again, catch some of what you missed, or check out more from the filmmakers. Tell your friends about the films and filmmakers you loved! Without further ado, February’s line-up:

  • Selfie
    Andy Martin
  • The Janitor
    Mark Battle
    Video not currently available online, sorry!
  • Crazy: A Story About Cake (And Other Things)
    Madeline Herec

    Check out more from The American Recipe Project

  • Motel
    Hammer & Saw Films (Mike Mooney and Ben Watts)
  • 3S: Making Space
    Film Unbound (Catherine Stewart & Michael Rodríguez Torrent)
  • From 1994
    Mindcastle (Danielle Krieger & Casey Warren)
  • The Making Of: From 1994
  • les Perruches
    Julie Voison
    Video not currently available online, sorry! Check out les Perruches on Facebook for more opportunities to watch.

Coming Up Next…

Portsmouth Short Film Night crowd, February 2014Looking forward to the next PSFN? So are we! Get your next short film fix at 7pm on May 29 at Portsmouth Public Library. Following that, we’re in the process of confirming plans for an outdoor screening this summer and an end-of-the-year homecoming screening at a new venue near you (hint hint)! Mark your calendars.

Show Us Your Moves

Last, but certainly not least, send us your films! The submission deadline for May’s screening is April 30. We want to get your work out there to an audience and share your interesting, exciting, beautiful films with the world. Can’t wait to see them!

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