Northeast Historic Film to Screen Coen Brothers Movie, Because They’re as Rare as a Three-Cent Stamp


northeast historic filmBUCKSPORT — It’s a big year at 85 Main St. in Bucksport, with the Alamo Theatre celebrating 100 years and Northeast Historic Film (NHF) turning 30. To celebrate the centennial, NHF is hosting “A Century of Movies at the Alamo.” The film series will showcase a significant film from each decade of the theater’s existence, from the silent movie era to the Coen brothers. With that series feting the building’s 100th birthday, an upcoming symposium and film festival will mark 30 years of the film archive. The past three decades of NHF have been integral to the art of preserving moving images.  (read more at the Ellsworth American)

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