Live Free Or Die


Live Free Or Die Films is an independent feature film production company. We produce honest films about the human spirit, preferably in New England close to Fenway.


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World Premieres on September 4th at The Venice Film Festival! Going to Italy y'all. Let's hope the kids like it. Hoping to bring this one to the New Hampshire Film Festival.

The Lovers

This film premiered theatrically in early 2017 to rave reviews and recently came out on blu-ray and various streaming formats. The Lovers is currently 87% certified fresh! Wow that's wicked fresh.

p.s. Making films with A24 is fun.


Awards and Nominations

Independent Spirit Awards: Nominated for Best Picture. We totally almost won.

Cannes Film Festival: Won best screenplay and was nominated for the Palme d'Or.

New Hampshire Film Festival: Won Best Film.

Cartagena Festival: Won Best Film.


Awards and Nominations

Hollywood Reporter: Named Truth the best film at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Low Down

Awards and Nominations

Sundance Film Festival: Won best cinematography and nominated for the Grand Jury Prize.

Karlovy Vary International Film Festival: Elle Fanning won Best Actress.

New Hampshire Film Festival: Won Best Film.


Awards and Nominations

Sundance Film Festival: Nominated - Grand Jury Prize

Roger Ebert gave the film 4 out of 4 stars. That's at least an A+.

The Future

The Future made its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, and was nominated for the Golden Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival.

Me and you and everyone we know

Awards and Nominations

Cannes Film Festival: Winner Camera d'Or.

Sundance Film Festival: Winner Special Jury Prize.

Los Angeles Film Festival: Winner Audience Award Best Picture.

Roger Ebert cited it as the fifth best film of the decade.

Leave No Trace

Awards and Nominations

Domestic Premiere at 2018 Sundance Film Festival.

International Premiere at Cannes Fortnight.

The Guardian gave Leave No Trace 5 out of 5 stars!