Work has begun on Damnationland 2014, our fifth year of Maine filmmakers bringing their dark visions to big and little screens. Stay tuned here for updates on this year’s roster of filmmakers, our schedule of screenings, and rad merchandise. You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter, if that’s your thing. More news soon!
That wraps all the scheduled screenings of Damnationland 2012. We are so grateful for all the support we’ve gotten from venues, collaborators, and audiences throughout this process. Our mission has always been to showcase the wildly diverse filmmaking talent in and from Maine, and we can fully say that this year was a big success on that front. On behalf of the filmmakers, the producers, and all involved with the creation of Damnationland 2012, THANK YOU for your faith in us.
Next up: DVDs of this year’s program, with tons of bonus features and surprises. Onward!
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We’re so pumped about our new poster, designed by Portland, Maine’s talented Robbie Kanner. It features a photograph by Holly K. Clark of Jamie Tisdale from the film “Raw Footage,” which was directed by Kyle Rankin. A limited edition hand-printed version of this poster will be available at select screenings, so get in touch if you’d like to pick up one of these beauties.
We are excited to announce that the world premiere of Damnationland 2012 will be on October 19 at the State Theatre in Portland, Maine. The world premiere will begin with an opening reception at 7pm, including live music, mingling with the filmmakers and casts of the films, merchandise, and a Damnationland-themed photobooth. At 8pm, the program will begin, followed by a talkback from the filmmakers, moderated by the producers. Additional secret surprises are planned for this screening, making it a unique one-night-only experience that should not be missed. Check out our screenings page for full details on this and other Damnationland events.