Connecticut River Bank
In December, 2014, Connecticut River Bank of Charlestown, New Hampshire and its eleven branches became part of Mascoma Savings Bank. This short documentary captures some of the 191 year history of the bank from the failed robbery in 1855 to decision become part of Mascoma. In short, this is the story of community banks and the challenges they face in today’s banking world. (Completed December, 2014)

Capital Center for the Arts
Take one piece of music, ten musicians in five different rooms, thee cameras, two camera operators, one audience, two performance, no chairs, and you get one big edit challenge. That was the mission in recording “Brownstone” by the contemporary composer Jakub Ciupinski, performed in the Kimball House at Concord’s Capitol Center for the Arts.(Completed November, 2014)

Solidarity Sabbath
It is a sad note that anti-Semitism is on the rise around the world–especially in Europe. The Lantos Foundation for Human Rights & Justice is heading up an effort to combat this with the Solidarity Sabbath, which will held in May, 2015. This video is one of two about the Solidarity Sabbath that we have produced for the Foundation to use in bringing awareness to their efforts. (Completed November, 2014)

For forty years Riverbend has been providing mental health services to an ever growing clientele in the Merrimack County area. This video was produced to give a quick look back, but more importantly to look forward and recognize the many ways Riverbend has helped those who have come to them. (Completed October, 2014)


NH Highland Games
The New Hampshire Highland Games have brought thousands of pipers, fiddlers, dancers, athletes and Clans people together for going on 40 years. Held annually at Loon Mountain Lincoln, it is three days of activities and fun. This year Accompany was hired to document these many and varied activities. Over the course of 2015 various videos will be produced to highlight aspects of the games. (First videos completed January, 2015)

Constitutionally Speaking
The Supreme Court Society of New Hampshire and the New Hampshire Humanities Council are working together to put together a DVD for use in our State’s high schools that will be a primer in teaching about the Constitution and legal issues. This will be the second such video, to be completed for the beginning of the 2015-16 school year. Already recorded for the DVD are presentations by former Supreme Court Justices Sandra Day O’Connor and David Souter. (On going)