Above: Festival Founder Bill Ames and Former Head Judge Gino Del Guercio discuss the HFF
Above: Canton High School TV teacher Ed McDonough and filmmaker Dan Sheehy
Hockomock Film Festival founder and organizer Bill Ames has announced that he is retiring from the festival and is handing the reins over to Easton Community Access Television this year. We would like to thank Bill for all his hard work and for the opportunity provided to us. We would also like to thank everyone who has made the Hockomock Film Festival what it is today. We hope we can do it justice.
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.