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September 27, 2017, 7:00 PM - October 1, 2017, 11:30 PM
The Northampton Film Festival (NFF), formerly known as the Northampton International Film Festival and the Northampton Independent Film Festival, was re-organized by Northampton Community Television (NCTV) in 2015 as part of their mission to nurture and empower expression at the nexus of technology, community, and art in Northampton, MA and connected communities.
In 2016 and continuing in 2017 NCTV began the process of revisiting the idea of film festival, adding AR, VR, and mixed reality experiences, 16mm filmmaking workshops, and other multimedia forms to a palette of local and international films, shorts, narrative, experimental, and documentary work. The mission of the festival is to explore the boundaries of a film festival, to evolve, to grow, and to listen and connect with our community.
From Wednesday September 27th - Sunday October 1st, 2017
Taking place in multiple venues across the city of Northampton, MA+
Full Festival Pass $25* | Day Pass $10*
September 30, 2017, 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM @ Glendale Road Transfer Station
The Northampton Community Swap Shop will open on April 8, 2017 and will be located at the Glendale Road Transfer Station- 170 Glendale Road, Florence. The ReCenter will be open on Saturday mornings from 8am-11:30am through October 2017. Residents may access the swap shop with a current Northampton transfer station permit, or with the purchase of a $10 annual ReCenter season pass. Permits are available for purchase at the DPW offices on Locust Street and both transfer stations. ReCenter passes may be purchased at the DPW and the Glendale Road Transfer Station.
Because of a zero cost/zero waste pledge to the City of Northampton, the volunteers who operate the swap shop can accept only those items which are highly popular or recyclable, are desired by regional reuse partners, or for which a disposal fee has been pre-paid.
The ReCenter opened in April 2014. It is operated by the Department of Public Works’ ReUse Committee, with guidance and assistance from DPW employees.