Stories by the River is a group of New England Filmmakers who, among other things, host an annual Film Festival in a uniquely supportive environment. We host this festival with the intention of celebrating local films and providing an opportunity for networking in hopes that we will all inspire one another to create an ever-increasing number of films, specifically, films that encourage us to talk about that which is hard and broken, and that which is worth celebrating and remembering.
We hope you will join us at our 4th Annual Festival.
A screening of this year's selections will be followed by an opportunity for you to vote by ballot for your favorite film of the evening. After your ballots have been handed in, there will be a 15-minute Intermisison where you'll have the opportunity to stretch, enjoy some light refreshments, catch up, and meet other local filmmakers. The night will end with the Awards Ceremony where both traditional and unique Stories by the River awards will be given, including the "SbtR Award" for Excellence in Storytelling.
Eventbrite Registration: $5.00
Cost at the door: $10
Maximum Occupancy: 80 Reserve your space by purchasing your ticket now.
Kristina Stone Kaiser is co-founder of Stories by the River, President of The River South Center and pastor of The River Church. Before she was these things, she graduated with a masters in Vocal Performance.
Judy S. Moore is the co-founder of The River South Center's Spring into Reading Program. As a graduate of Emerson College, she is an established communications and editing professional and is well versed in the world of film.
Dominic Stone Kaiser is, among many things, a sound engineer. He began his studies in Sound Recording and has now developed a wide understanding of technology. Dominic has worked alongside Mikel and Kristina to give Stories by the River its' start.
Eric Bumpus is an editor and videographer who has created industrial videos for clients for over 10 years, including footage that was used in a documentary included on the release of the 1966 Batman TV series to Home Video. He is the founder of DoxaNoûs Media, a publishing company focusing on media in the areas of entertainment, business, politics, theology, and civil discourse. He currently utilizes his Bachelors in Communications and MBA in Applied Management to bridge the age old fight between art and commerce.