Local filmmaker seeking Maine-based love stories, expressions and artifacts of love to feature in documentary film, Shape Of Love: 200 Years In Maine

28 Aug 2018 12:03 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Tonya Shevenell is looking for stories from all 16 Maine counties as she explores how love has been expressed from Maine’s Statehood in 1820 through its 200th in 2020. The funnel is wide and can include love between people; love of land, water, place, nature, horse, pets; love of a hobby; love of what you do. It can be modern day or from love letters, lockets, cemetery stones, etc. from generations ago. Tonya will be attending the Annual Conference October 12th but in the meantime, if you have ideas from your collections/communities, she’d be very pleased to hear from you at tonya@homeiceproductions.com or through the film website, www.shapeoflove.me 


Her first film, The Home Road, aired on Maine Public earlier this year and has been screened in over 20 locations in Maine and New Hampshire. 

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