2013 Festival announcements to come soon!

Stay tuned, there’s Bollywood afoot in New Hampshire!


Back Lot Films comes on board as a new sponsor!

The New England Bollywood Film Festival is thrilled to announced our newest sponsor, Back Lot Films!

This video production company will be producing the festival’s film tributes.

Back Lot Films, Inc. has produced and distributed a wide range of productions since 1993. Founded by filmmaker Bill Millios, the company is based in southern New Hampshire and works with clients throughout the New England area.|

Back Lot has completed corporate productions for companies such as the New Hampshire Department of Education, Pike Industries, Saco Museum, New Hampshire Veterans Home, HandicappedPets.com, High Speed Technologies and Solutions to Overpopulation of Pets.

The company’s two feature-length films, Old Man Dogs (1997) and Dangerous Crosswinds (2005) have been well-received in Variety, The Boston Globe and America Online and have screened at theaters throughout New England. Other credits include New Hampshire On Ice (2003), Bottled Words (1995) and Killing Our Best Friends – The Crisis of Pet Overpopulation (1994).

We are so happy to have Bill and his crew on board, the end result will be amazing, as always! Please stop b Back Lot Films for an introduction by Bill himself. While you’re there, check out the digital store to and help support this great company. The link is here: Back Lot Films

The addition of Back Lot Films brings this year’s sponsors to three and includes HippoPress and Noonan Arts.

Noonan Arts becomes our first sponsor!

Poet Don Hall by Peter Noonan

Many thanks to Noonan Arts, this year’s first sponsor of our festival. Peter Noonan is an award-winning magazine illustrator, caricaturist, fine artist and the owner of Noonan Arts design firm.

A Manchester, New Hampshire native, Peter enjoys biking, hiking, Masterpiece Theater and the novels of William Boyd. He was a professional ski instructor for 15 years and has been writing and drawing cartoons about politics since his days on the junior high school newspaper. Peter’s interest in the New Hampshire Primary and Presidential politics dates back to a 1987 campaign rally, when he presented then-Vice President George Bush with a pencil drawing of him; whereupon Bush responded: “Is this supposed to be me?!”.

Peter is still getting over it.

His works are to be found in private and public collections throughout New Hampshire – including the NH State House, Concord – and the United States, as well as numerous publications. He currently has an exhibit at Kimball Jenkins School of Art in Concord.

For the New England Bollywood Festival, Noonan Arts will be doing our graphics, logos and poster designs! You can visit his website here: Noonan Arts

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