Published: Oct. 21, 2019

PORTSMOUTH — There was chemically-induced love in a small town, an expensive opal purchase at the center of a gambling scheme, plenty of teenage angst, stomachs full of hotdogs, athletes struggling for acceptance, bees just trying to have a good day, horror in a lighthouse, unexpected friendships, varied perspectives on the fishing industry, and many more stories told through cinema as this year’s 19th annual New Hampshire Film Festival came to a close yesterday.

Audience Choice – Documentary: “Fish & Men” (directed by Darby Duffin and Adam Jones)

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