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'The Three Phases of Fern,' lost film about 1980s Long Island teens, finally gets first screening

NEWSDAY: Blaney’s half-hour fictional drama, “The Three Phases of Fern,” is something of a time capsule within a time capsule. Though shot in Manhasset, Sea Cliff, Great Neck and Port Washington during the summer... More

Forgotten Film Makes Festival Debut

MANHASSET PRESS: After high school, he went on to study film at Temple University in Philadelphia, and when he had to choose the subject of his final project in senior year, his experiences in the drug culture of early eighties Long Island came to mind.    More

Filmmakers unite at 'LIIFE,' Long Island's premier film festival

LI HERALD: Bill Blaney’s film “The Three Phases of Fern” premiered on July 19. What made his film unique, is that it was actually first recorded 37 years ago — and had never been screened before.  More

Winners Announced at the 26th Annual Long Island International Film Expo

LONG ISLAND PRESS: The Long Island International Film Expo (LIIFE) closing ceremony featured in person, many of the fine actors, directors, producers of the incredible films that were shown all week.  More

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