Kingston Road Pictures and Sword & Spoon partners were present in a big way at the recent Monadnock International Film Festival (MONIFF). The festival takes place in Keene, New Hampshire, and brings together world-class cinema, filmmakers, and industry members for three days of screenings, panels, and festivities.
MONIFF, founded by Kingston Road Pictures’ Aaron Wiederspahn and Laina Barakat, celebrates film as a modern campfire, shining a light on compelling stories, international filmmakers, and engaged audiences – all gathered around a love of film.
Little Boy, starring KRP Creative Development Director David Henrie, won the Audience Choice Award for Best Feature Film, and stole the show as the festival’s opening night film. KRP Visual Effects Director Matthew Dean Russell showcased the feature film he produced, The Ghost and The Whale. Matt Hartle, Director of 3-D Title Design for Big Sky Laboratories was in attendance with his short film, Anybody Out There. And Sword & Spoon partner and award-winning documentarian Greg Whiteley screened his newest film, Most Likely to Succeed, which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year.
Kingston Road Pictures COO/CFO David Fischer and Television Division Director Jim Henrie, were also in attendance.
See some of the team on the red carpet!