The New Haven Underground Film Festival (NHUFF) is returning in 2008 with a new director and a new venue.
Film Threat’s Phil Hall is now the director for the NHUFF’s fifth annual exhibition. Phil, who previous curated New York’s Light+Screen Film Festival, promises to bring the most vibrant and innovative underground features and shorts to New England for the festival’s September 27th day-long celebration.
The NHUFF also has a new home: the Gray Conference Center at the University of Hartford. Yes, Hartford is not New Haven – but the festival’s logo reflects that the festival is “So Underground That It’s Not Even in New Haven.”
Visit the festival online at www.nhuff.com.
Posted on January 29, 2008 in Festivals by Phil Hall
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