The SNOB takes Concord, again

Annual film festival returns with focus on local movies, music and beer
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The SNOB Film Festival rolls into Concord again this week, marking its 12th year.  And we at the Insider are happy to once again be your guide to the show. At this point, we’d like to ask you to silence all cell phones and keep conversations to a hush.
 
Not only is the SNOB Festival back, it comes with a new focus on indie film, music and beer. That’s a cant-miss trio!
 
The festival opens with a craft brew tasting, features live music at three local venues, and highlights several films with themes based around music and beer. 
 
As usual, there’s something for everyone. So take a peek at the schedule and pick out your favorite flicks. Don’t be afraid to try something new, either. Read on for ticket prices and a complete schedule.
 
For more information and any scheduling updates, visit SNOBFilmFestival.com.
 
Tickets and passes:
Tickets can be purchased at Red River Theatres Box Office or Online at SNOBFilmFestival.com 
Friday Day Pass - $20
Saturday Day Pass - $35
Sunday Day Pass - $25
F,S,S Festival Pass (Includes all films and events Friday, Saturday, & Sunday) - $55
Saturday Morning Kids Event (KNOB) $1 tickets at the door
All other tickets $7.50
 
Schedule:
 
Thursday, Nov. 7
 
5 p.m. - Craft beer tasting at the Concord Coop
 
Six local independent craft breweries will be part of the beer tasting at the Co-op from 5 to 7 p.m. The tasting will be followed by the film, Beer Hunter: The Movie, with a panel featuring renowned brewer Tod Mott, the original brewer and inventor of the Harpoon IPA. Breweries taking part in the tasting include White Birch Brewing, Henniker Brewing Co., Sebago Brewing Co., Great Rhythm Brewing Co., Smuttynose Brewing Co. and Tuckerman Brewing Co.
 
7:30 p.m.
Beer Hunter: The Movie/Good Ol’ Freda
 
10 p.m.
Previews and trailers; 
Filmage: The Story of 
Descendents/ALL
 
Friday, Nov. 8
 
Noon - 30-minute Movies
Choice between Bulletproof or Blood Brothers, then switch theaters to watch Lost & Found or Devil May Care (pizza lunch included with ticket.)
 
2 p.m.
Indelible Lalita/ Pollicino
Animation Hotline 2013, De Rochemont, Diary of a MassHole Surfer, Growing Up is for Trees, How to do a Boston Accent,  Trail Climbs Sharply
 
4 p.m.
Discoverdale/Animation Hotline 2013
Short films about guns & the devil: Armed Defense, Desolate Road, Devil May Care, 
Hell to Pay, Only Fair, Valiant
 
6 p.m.
How to Make Movies at Home/
Love in the Time of Texting
Animation Hotline 2013, Beethoven’s Wig, Candles in Paradise, Diary of a MassHole Surfer, Pawn Takes Knight, Rocketship, The Whistler
 
8 p.m.
Swim Little Fish Swim/Time 2 Split
Twisted Tales: Capture, Desolate Road, Specimen 0625c, Steve From Accounting, The Boy Scout, The Janitor
 
9 p.m.
Live music at True Brew Barista: Mike Morris/ Halfway To Nowhere
 
10 p.m.
Grabbers/Capture
 
Saturday, Nov. 9
 
10:30 a.m. - Filmmaker Meet Up with the New Hampshire Film & Television Office
Free event. All are welcome.
 
KIDS EVENT: (Only $1) 
Beethoven’s Wig, Lost & Found, Slowly But Surely, The Chips Are Safe
 
Noon
922: From Academic Watch to Academic
WOW! Shuffle
Short student films block 1: 
A Coming Out Story (NHHSFF Winner), The Chips
Are Safe, The Whistler, Thicker Than Water
 
2 p.m.
The History of Future Folk/
Malk de Koijn: En gang
Short foreign films block: Capture, Diagnostic, Heat, Kayip, Le Train Bleu, Only Fair, Pollicino, Stop It, Time 2 Split
 
4 p.m.
How to Make Movies at Home/
Mark Lane: The King of Silence
Short student films block 2: Dust, Growing Up is 
for Trees, Shuffle, The Beauty of the World, Type 
Right, Steve From Accounting, The Boy Scout
 
6 p.m.
Swim Little Fish Swim/Stop It
Romance and relationships block: Charlie Hatch, Dust, Le Train Bleu, Love in the Time
of Texting,  Pawn Takes Knight
 
8 p.m.
Drinking Buddies/
Denali: Live Free or Die
Indelible Lalita/Vasariah: Children of the Sun 
 
9 p.m.
Live music
At the Barley House: Far From Close, Buffalo Plaid.
At True Brew Barista: Dusty Gray Band, Complete Unknowns, Lauren Hurley
At Penuche’s: Rippin’ E Brakes, Tuna Fish Discrepancy, Rachel Vogelzang
 
10 p.m.
The Madman Chronicles/
How to do a Boston Accent
??? Ending: Armed Defense, Dust, Guest House, Hell to Pay, How to do a Boston Accent, 
Tech Roulette
 
Sunday, Nov. 10
 
1 p.m.
The Upside Down Book
Short New Hampshire films block part 1: Candles in Paradise, De Rochemont, Figments of a Father, Shuffle, Tech Roulette
 
2 p.m.
Blue Like Jazz/Beethoven’s Wig
The final countdown block: Charlie Hatch, 
Guest House, Love in the Time of Texting, Rose, 
Mary and Time, Stop It,  Time to Split
 
4 p.m.
Filmage: The Story of  Descendents/All
We Govern We: Mulligan’s Island
Short New Hampshire films block part 2: A Coming Out Story, Rocketship, The Beauty of the World, The Janitor, Type Right, Trail Climbs Sharply
 
6 p.m.
Discoverdale/Quenttin: Miss Heria
Short films to say goodbye: Diagnostic, Figments of a Father, Kayip, Pollicino,Specimen 0625c, Thicker Than Water, Valiant
 
8 p.m.
Sound City
Music Videos & Awards

 

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