About Us

A competition based film festival, the Hockomock Film Festival encourages students to be creative, have fun and work collaboratively while creating unique films.
The Hockomock Film Festival was originally founded in 2002 as the ˜Easton Film Festival. The founders recognized that there was a broader opportunity and reconstituted it to include 13 neighboring towns of the Hockomock League. These towns are: Canton, Easton, Foxborough, Franklin, Mansfield, Milford, Norfolk, No. Attleborough, Plainville, Sharon, Stoughton, Taunton, and Wrentham.
Festival categories include: Drama, Documentary, and PSA. Submissions to the festival are due May 19th and an award ceremony will be held June 9th. This year marks the fourth year that the HFF will be exclusive to high school students in the Hockomock league towns.

The Hockomock Film Festival was founded by Bill Ames 20 years ago. Easton Community Access took over the Festival 5 years ago but it would not be what it is today without Bill’s hard work over the years. We would also like to thank everyone who has made the Hockomock Film Festival what it is today.

Easton Community Access Television is a non-profit dedicated, in part, to producing educational, cultural and informational community programming and to giving people a voice they otherwise might not have in the field of video and television production. We believe this festival provides a unique opportunity for students to embrace the world of film-making and build new skills in a fun and challenging environment.

If you are interested in hearing more please give us a call at 508-230-7200.

Sincerely yours,

Kim Pincus, Director of Community Media
ECAT Easton Community Access Television 
50 Oliver Street 201A
North Easton, MA 02356
p: 508-230-7200