Easton Community Access Television
Easton Community Access Television (ECAT) is a non-profit multi-channel media organization with television production facilities located at 50 Oliver Street in beautiful and historic Easton, Massachusetts.
Through our 4 television channels on Comcast and Verizon, our website and our social media outlets we are able to keep our local and worldwide audience informed of what is happening in Easton.
The Hockomock Film Festival presented by Easton Community Access Television is returning for the 21st year.
A competition based film festival, the Hockomock Film Festival encourages students to be creative, have fun and work collaboratively while creating unique films.
The Hockomock Film Festival was originally founded in 2002 as the Easton Film Festival. The founders recognized that there was a broader opportunity and reconstituted it to include 13 neighboring towns of the Hockomock League. These towns are: Attleboro, Canton, Easton, Foxborough, Franklin, Mansfield, Milford, Norfolk, No. Attleborough, Plainville, Sharon, Stoughton, Taunton, and Wrentham.
Festival categories include: Drama, Documentary, and PSA. Submissions to the festival are due May 19th and an award ceremony will be held June 9th. This year marks the fourth year that the HFF will be exclusive to high school students residing or attending school in the Hockomock league towns.
Find out what's happening in your community and where ECAT will be. This calendar includes every event that ECAT will be recording and livestreaming. This is a schedule of our community coverage and not a schedule for broadcast. Please check out the Programming Guides to see when your program is airing on our channels. If your event is not included please request coverage. We look forward to seeing you around town!