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    Non-Profit Association

    Maine Film and Video Association (MFVA) is a non-profit organization with the mission of promoting the development of the professional film and video industry in the state of Maine.

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    Networking Opportunities

    MFVA sponsors networking opportunities, professional development workshops, and events such as the annual Maine Short Film Festival.

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    Website

    The MFVA website serves as an accessible repository for contact information, current news, and resources about Maine and New England filmmaking and video production for its members.

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    Members

    MFVA has over 500 members.

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    Board of Directors and Advisory Board

    MFVA has an active Board of Directors and Advisory Board, a growing number of industry and local sponsors, partnerships and venues for all of our screenings, events, meetings, and activities.

MFVA Board 2017


Co-Chairs              Alban Maino, Producer, Memory-Lane.tv & Dreamland Technology
                                       Tom Handel, Executive Director Community Television Network

Treasurer              Jim Boutin, filmmaker with a background in broadcasting
Secretary                Geoff Leighton, Producer/Director, Leighton Images

Matthew J. Siegel, Director of Photography
Karen Carberry-Warhola, Director, Maine Film Office
David Pierson, Associate Professor of Media Studies, University of Southern Maine
Allison CooperAssistant Professor of Romance Languages and Cinema Studies at Bowdoin College
Neil Shelley, film director, cinematographer, writer, editor and an Adobe Certified Expert in Adobe Premiere Pro.
Mauricio Handler, professional land and marine wildlife filmmaker and expedition leader with Aquaterrafilms
John Fireman, teacher at MECA’s New Media Department
Marie Chao, camera operatornd operator on hit TV shows like The Mentalist, My Name is Earl, CSI NY, Dirt, cult fave The Comeback, and Tosh.O.
Mimi Edmunds, Broadcast journalist with CBS for 15 years, including eleven at 60 Minutes, and at CBS’s documentary unit, she then worked at PBS, the Discovery Network, in Maryland, Washington, and Arizona.

MFVA Advisory Board

Richard Kane, Producer/Director, Kane-Lewis Productions
Sharyn Paul Brusie, Producer/Director, Wonder Dog Films
Ben Fowlie, Founder and Director of the Camden International Film Festival
Kerstin Gilg, Media Arts and Performing Arts Director, Maine Arts Commission
Mark Ireland. Producer, MI Media
Kate Kaminski, Gitgo Productions
Eric Matheson, President, Fore River Sound Stage, IATSE Maine Representative
Louise Rosen,Consulting Director at L/A Arts, Managing Director at Louise Rosen Ltd.
Laura Schenck, Producer, Maine Public Broadcasting
Daniel Kany, art and film critic, Portland Press Herald.