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The Metal Underground

via the EQ During my 15 weeks at the Salt Institute of Documentary Studies, I made this short video on a guy named Aaron Marcy, a stonemason whose hobby is metal detecting. He writes about his finds on his blog, The Metal Underground, which is also what I titled this piece. He’s got a great voice and […]

Camden International Film Festival

photographs via steazoup The press CIFF has been getting this year — their 9th year running — is fantastic. Check out the Boston Globe article, the Portland Press article, and this gem from Indiewire: “Imagine Telluride. Except in Maine. In the fall. With foliage. And documentaries only.” Don’t miss out. Check the schedule here.

Master Shots: Ron Haviv

photographer Ron Haviv interviewed by Sharon Kitchens   Darfuri girls leave their camp to search for firewood. The journey will expose to danger of attack and rape. 2005 – Darfur, Sudan Ron Haviv-VII Photos I first met Ron Haviv at the Maine Photographic Workshops in Rockport, Maine in 2006 or 2007, while in a weeklong […]

Geography Of Youth

interview by The Geography Of Youth Editor’s note: We’re happy to feature interviews with Millenial Mainer’s in support of what could become the largest participatory portrait of a generation, ever. Find the link to contribute your story below. Name: Tyler. Age: 26. I am from: Lincolnville, ME. I currently live in: San Francisco, CA. I currently […]

Geography Of Youth

interview by The Geography Of Youth Editor’s note: We’re happy to feature interviews with Millenial Mainer’s in support of what could become the largest participatory portrait of a generation, ever. Find the link to contribute your story below. Name: Jessica. Age: 32. I am from: Maine, mostly. I currently live in: Midcoast Maine. I currently […]

Lost On A Mountain In Maine: The Donn Fendler Story Envisioned On The Silver Screen

photographs and text by Ryan Cook If you’re a born and bred Mainer, chances are you’ve read the book Lost On A Mountain In Maine.  The book has been a part of the Maine studies curriculum since 1972, so you may have read it as fourth grade student or were lucky enough to have Donn Fendler himself come […]

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