SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT:

The Imaginary Hometown of Malibu Maine is Under Construction this Spring! Exciting New Design, Products, Events and Community Happenings Coming Summer 2019.

Seasons, Friends, Arts, Work, Maine.


SPRING 2019

THE HOME ROAD EVENTS 

Maine Public Television to rebroadcast The Home Road

The Home Road documentary film will air on Maine Public Television Thursday night, April 4th at 10 pm and on Saturday morning, April 6th at 11 am. Thank you, Maine Public!

For information on screening events and the film in general, please visit the official website of The Home Road

 

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In Production Now! A new blog series to document the making of the new film by Home Ice Productions, Shape Of Love: 200 Years In Maine. Join us on the journey from idea to premiere! 

Blog posts at Malibu Maine are occasional, but will soon feature a series honoring Maine’s upcoming Bicentennial. For now, the blog includes a storm-related four-part series called "Uprooted."

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OTHER Maine DOcumentary films

Maine filmmaker and composer, Sumner McKane's documentary films include In The Blood, The Maine Frontier, The Northeast By Eastern and SPEEDWAY MAINE. Learn more about these films, their inspiring soundtracks and check for screenings and DVD ordering options at www.sumnermckane.com 

Brand new Maine Bicentennial t-shirts and hats are in the Store!

The General Store

The General Store offers Malibu Maine branded items as well as works from Home Ice Productions and special guest artists. This season, the featured products are new Maine Bicentennial t-shirts and great looking hats! Check them out! Maine celebrates its Bicentennial in 2020, but you can get a head start!

Another variation is a blue hat with red and white embroidery!

Another variation is a blue hat with red and white embroidery!


In memory of Diane E. O'Donnell Shevenell, Malibu Maine is symbolically established on her birthday, July 24th, so that the town will have an extra special reason to celebrate each year. Diane is the mother of Malibu creator, Tonya Shevenell.  

Video created with love from recently digitized home movies and slides from a special time in Diane's life, circa 1958-1965. Additional Maine summer imagery from mid-1960's can be visited on Special page by clicking HERE