Movies from Marlboro Spring 2016
"A premium learning experience" - NY Times
Are you ready to make a dramatic feature film? The Movies from Marlboro program offers the unique opportunity for students from Marlboro or any other college to gain both college credit AND professional film credit. Organized as the equivalent to a semester abroad, Movies from Marlboro combines the best of liberal arts education, professional preparation, and cultural immersion.
“I have been trying to find words these past few months to describe my love for this program, and I still cannot do it justice. It was one of the most powerful experiences of my life. I grew more in this film intensive than any other time in my life, academically, professionally, and even socially. I think this opportunity is revolutionary for college film students. I feel that beyond my technical skills, I have developed wonderful professional relationships as well as many new friendships." - Lilly Tyson, 2014 participant, visiting from Wellesley College
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Curious about our work? Northern Borders is now available for streaming on Netflix and Amazon Prime.
“This gentle, humorous drama [Northern Borders] is the fourth film writer-director Jay Craven has made from a Howard Frank Mosher novel about life in backwoods Vermont. There are few incidents, and young Austen’s coming-of-age is barely a crisis. Still, this movie’s a charmer with sense of integrity.” – NY Daily News
Peter and John premiered to a soldout audience June 27, 2015 at the Dreamland Theater as part of the Nantucket Film Festival. Link to a podcast from Nantucket's WCAI radio station to hear Jay talking about the project.
"Jay Craven’s new film "Peter and John” is a sumptuous Romantic film of family intrigue in 19th-century Nantucket. And it sizzles underneath its beautiful island scenery and authentic 1800s propriety. Think “Masterpiece Theater” — but with simmering emotions percolating beneath." - Rutland Herald