The KAHBANG Film Festival is a discovery festival for independent cinema, dedicated to showcasing emerging films and filmmakers and exposing them to new audiences. The festival is a program of the non-profit organization KAHBANG Arts and is part of the KAHBANG brand. To serve this mission, the KAHBANG Film Festival takes place annually during the KAHBANG Festival, New England’s largest indie & discovery festival which features over 65 music performers and dozens of art exhibits, a Brewing Expo and Creative Conferences allowing for a wide, diverse audience of festival-goers to attend Film Screenings.
The KAHBANG has included notable film programming including 2013′s “The Dirties”, 2012′s “Black Rock”, written and directed by Maine’s own Katie Aselton, 2011 Sundance Film Favorites, “New Low” and “One Too Many Mornings” as well as the AFI Silverdocs Grand Jury Award Winning Documentary “Wo Ai Ni Mommy”. 2010 also saw the birth of our “Music Docs” category, screening the popular Maynard James Keenan wine documentary, “Blood Into Wine”.