Shape Of Love: 200 Years In Maine is in production and to follow along, please visit the official film website at www.shapeoflove.me This is the second feature length documentary film by Portland, Maine-based Home Ice Productions and will be released in celebration of Maine's Bicentennial in early 2020.
Thanks in part to a grant by the Maine Arts Commission, Tonya and her father Ray Shevenell will be on the road presenting community film screening and Q&A events of The Home Road over the coming months. For a complete list of screenings, please stop by the See The Film page at the movie's official website.
Winter 2018 - The Home Road will be shown on Maine Public Television on Thursday, February 1st at 10 pm and again on Saturday morning, February 3rd at 11 am. Thank you Maine Public Community Films!
Other ways to see the film:
Attend a screening event, buy the DVD or view a digital version of the film (available for rent or buy!). For links and for more information, please visit the movie's website at www.thehomeroad.com If you are interested in booking a screening or a screening and Q&A or discussion with filmmaker or filmmaker and trekker Ray, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
Shevenell Park in Biddeford, Maine was the setting for a recent interview by WGME-TV's Kim Block! The story of The Home Road was featured in her "Making A Difference" segment and aired on September 5th. To watch the 3-minute video story/interview, click on THIS LINK to watch on the WGME website!
Reporter Grant McPherson wrote an article about The Home Road film and Ray Shevenell's ancestral trek for the Biddeford-Saco-OOB Courier. It was published on June 8, 2017 and can be read by clicking Here.
Portland Press Herald writer/MaineToday editor, Leslie Bridgers and photojournalist, Carl D. Walsh, accompanied Ray Shevenell as he approached the finish of his 200-mile ancestral trek in Biddeford, Maine and produced a great account of the story that is the subject matter of the forthcoming documentary film, The Home Road. Read/see photos from the Portland Press Herald story by clicking Here.
news photo: Sue Lessard