Join us on opening night of the 7th annual
for the screening of NEW HOMELAND with the film's producer and FC member Eric Forman!


Every summer since 1914, Camp Pathfinder, a summer camp located on a small island in the wilderness of Canada's Algonquin Park, invites a community of boys and young men from all across Canada and the United States to spend a few weeks in the backcountry learning how to camp, hike, canoe and fish. Two years ago Camp Director Mike Sladden, heartbroken by the tragic images from the growing global refugee crisis but inspired by Canada's growing intake of asylum seekers, had an idea. What if he could find a way to bring a group of displaced boys from war-torn Syria and Iraq, who recently settled in Canada, to spend the summer at Pathfinder?  
 
Directed by two-time Academy Award winner Barbara Kopple, in collaboration with NowThis, NEW HOMELAND offers a unique and intimate perspective into the experience of building a new home after fleeing the traumas of war.
 
Friday, November 15 at 7pm
Arlington Capitol Theatre, 204 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA

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CURRENT FC MEMBERS are invited to a reception prior to the screening 
5:30pm / TOWN TAVERN ( across the street from the theatre)
contact laura@filmmakerscollab.org to reserve your spot
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 The Massachusetts Production Coalition Presents 
 
Mass Media Expo is a special exhibition, conference and immersive film + media industry experience.  
 
Where the industry comes together - the Expo is attended by over 500 film and media industry members, producers, filmmakers, craft professionals, creative agencies and production houses, and related creative and innovation communities.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2 
10:30am - 6:00pm
WGBH / BOSTON  
 
Join FC MEMBER BESTOR CRAM at the screening of his latest film
THE LAST AMERICAN COLONY at the
Arlington International Film Festival



 The Last American Colony is a compelling and revealing story of an invisible island -- Puerto Rico. It is told through the eyes of Juan Segarra, a Harvard educated man who having become acquainted with the history of his island home and its relationship to the United States chooses to embrace the independence movement and becomes a member of Los Macheteros, a group dedicated to achieving its goals through armed struggle.  
Arlington Capitol Theatre
Sunday, November 10th
6:00 PM

Q&A following the screening with
Producer/Director Bestor Cram | Director/Editor Mike Majoros
Co-Producer Jose Ramon Garcia

Got news?  We'd love to hear it!
This is a great place for FC members to let others know about upcoming screenings, fundraising events or other tidbits about your project.  Please send all
information along to laura@filmmakerscollab.org and we'll spread the word.

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