Manchester International Film Festival
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The three-day festival includes lots of options for viewers of all ages and genres (see the full schedule below). A day pass is $20 ($10 for students).
Our 2022 Schedule...
Join us for one night or all three. You’ll enjoy films in our historic Rex Threatre and make memories that will last a lifetime. All events are at the Rex Theater – 23 Amherst Street, Manchester, NH unless otherwise noted.
Directed by Buster Keaton
A film projectionist longs to be a detective, and puts his meagre skills to work when he is framed by a rival for stealing his girlfriend’s father’s pocket-watch. Live musical accompaniment by Jeff Rapsis.
Directed by Terrence Fitzgerald Hayes
Days into a pandemic, Tristan sets sail to escape a world wrought with violence, racism and greed in search for a fresh start. A story of torment, isolation and introspection.
Directed by George Roy Hill
Coach Reggie Dunlop (Paul Newman) lets his failing mill town minor league Ice Hockey team play their distinct brand of violent hockey, in hopes of drawing a big crowd.
Directed by Andrew Adamson & Vicky Jenson
Directed by Bestor Cram
The Last American Colony traces the life of Juan Segarra, who graduates from Harvard and sets off on a treacherous path to fight for Puerto Rico’s independence—a struggle that he rightly assumes will lead to either jail or death.
Directed by Oksana Artemenko
Directed by Kevin Mannens
The Timmons family has been picking oysters in Harris Neck, GA for more than 100 years. The land they call home has a tragic history. Marsh Clouds tells a story of trauma and racism – and the perseverance to overcome against all odds.
Directed by David Manitsky
In the mid-1950s, a local Los Angeles television show that does weekly interviews with B-list, Hollywood celebrities, is going to Vermont to interview Hollywood’s premiere horse trainer, Richard Turgidson (Jack Barron) and his wife, Kitty (Delaney Spink).
Directed by Rick Dumont
Dark comedy. Adapted from the short story by New Jersey author Adele Schwartz. The story of a lonely woman trying to find her soulmate in the personal ads of newspapers.
Directed by David Seth Cohen
Director David Seth Cohen embarks on a quest to find Adam Sandler and finally have that beer Adam asked him to have. Will David find Adam Sandler? Will they have that drink?
Directed by John Landis
Two American college students on a walking tour of Britain are attacked by a werewolf that none of the locals will admit exists. (Live Podcast Recording with A Dark Impressions Podcast)
Directed by Anna A. Belmonte & Nick Czerula
Following the death of their Father, a set of siblings find a figurative skeleton in his closet. Together, they must find a way to discreetly dispose of it, so as not to tarnish their family’s good name.
Directed by Lisa Marie Tedesco
When the curtain descends on their final performance of Romeo and Juliet in drama club, high school seniors Abigail and Sky bid a fair adieu to the stage they loved while letting their most deepest desires for one another surface at the cast party.
Directed by Katie McNeice
A glimpse beneath the surface of a relationship bonded by books, whales and love. “Poignant and powerful…making ample use of every second on screen.” –– Film Ireland.
Directed by Sylvia Ohayon
Instead of calling the police on the girl who stole her handbag, Esther decides to take her under her wing and pass on her skills, the craft of dressmaking. Presented in Partnership with the New Hampshire Jewish Film Festival.
Directed by Ira Sachs
While struggling with the pain of separation, Ben and George are further challenged by the intergenerational tensions and capricious family dynamics of their new living arrangements.