​​​​​Since 1985, Neil Novello's award- winning career has covered nearly every type of video production - documentaries, News/feature segments, Family Biographies, Educational, and Web videos for non-profits and small businesses.

Neil D. Novello  207 438 8184   novellospeaks@gmail.com

Boothbay Harbor Register

"No Mutiny This Time"  Here



Cayuga Museum of History & Art    Auburn, New YorkMaine Maritime Museum                ​​            Bath, Maine

Boothbay Harbor Library        Boothbay Harbor, Maine 

New Castle Historical Society                New Castle, NH

He prepared for the program in advance on his own time...assessing our space and confirming all required technology...for a seamless presentation.

Andy Richmond, Rye Public Library,  Rye, NH

Kittery Estates                                            Kittery, Maine            Maple Suites                                  Dover, New Hampshire

Seacoast Online ​​

Documentary Examines The Castle legendary Navy prison

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 Press Coverage

Previous Lectures


​​​​Neil Novello's  Filmmaking Samples  Here

Mr. Novello is most proud of "Family Bio" video biographies. Because of his news experience, he has produced broadcast quality documentaries which makes Family Bio like having Ken Burns in the family.


Jackson Public Library            Jackson, New Hampshire​         Plaistow Public Library           Plaistow, New Hampshire

Seacoast Online

York Filmmaker Featured at NH Festival

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From the moment that we announced the date of "The Castle" ...the phone kept ringing off the hook...A recent string of sellouts made Mr. Novello's presentation a "hot ticket". Paul Johnson  Eliot Historical Society, Eliot, Maine

Mr. Novello can provide one-hour lectures which combine his unique subject knowledge featuring his original documentary productions.

Portsmouth Herald, York, Maine

Local biographer: Film your family

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​​  ...there was not much information readily available on the Naval prison's history until Mr. Novello's in depth presentation...was an overwhelming successful event for Rice Public library. Lee Perkins MLIS, Director

The Citizen, Auburn, New York 

Premiere of TMO@The Castle

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Lecturer & Filmmaker