The Maine Film & Video Association is a trade association made up of an active group of production companies, film and video professionals, TV stations, students, actors, musicians, writers, crew members, and others who are interested in working together to create better business opportunities and educational and networking opportunities for the people working in this industry in Maine.
Thank you for supporting us. Your membership helps support our efforts to maintain this website and produce the meetings that we put on over the course of the year. Your membership entitles you to free admission to most MFVA events or a nominal but reduced fee for special events. Check the website periodically for other special benefits which we negotiate with other vendors from time to time.
Maine Media-Professional Survey
The Maine Film and Video Association, in partnership with the Maine Arts Commission and the Maine Film Office, are undertaking a survey of Maine media professionals. This is being done to better understand the needs and issues of the sector and to inform decisions being made by MFVA, MAC and MFO is service to the field.
This survey is for those working in the Maine media sector; which includes projects related to film, video, television, animation and other moving-image-media arts. In this survey the term 'Media professional' will refer to anyone in this broad sector.
Information in this survey is confidential and will only be shared in an aggregated form to provide an overview of the sector. Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey.
Meet and listen to LISA QUIJANO WOLFINGER – PBS’s MERCY STREET Executive producer, from Portland Maine.
On Tuesday, December 6th, 2016 at MECA’s Osher Hall 5-8pm the MFVA will host for the second time, a month prior to its premiere on PBS, the first episode of the second season of Mercy Street.
Come and watch the episode and talk with Lisa afterwards!
CAMDEN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL happened from September 15 – 18, 2016
Founded in 2005, and recognized as one of the top 12 documentary film festivals in the world, the Camden International Film Festival (CIFF) brings the finest non-fiction cinema to the rugged coast of Maine, showcasing over 80 documentary feature and short films from around the globe each Fall. Explore the 2016 program and register for 2017!