Maine filmmakers participating in festival


The Associated Press

Maine filmmakers are showing off their work and participating in workshops and other events in Waterville.

The Maine International Film Festival is hosting a "Making it in Maine Day" on Saturday. The 17th annual festival kicked off on Friday and will last for 10 days.

Among the events on Saturday is a round table forum for filmmakers, screenings of Maine-made films and an audition and workshop with Ernest Thompson, an Academy Award winner and the screenwriter for "On the Golden Pond."

Filmmakers can also attend a brunch where they can talk with representatives from organizations like the Maine Film Center and the Maine Arts Commission.



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