THE CASTLE
“Alternately amusing and insightful”
- Seacoast Media Group.

Official Selection 2007 New Hampshire Film Festival, Portsmouth, NH Official Selection 2008 S.N.O.B. Film Festival in Concord, NH.

The 100-year-old Navy Prison on a bluff in the Piscataqua River comes to life. The Navy managed the prison and the Marines ran it. For five people who lived in and around Portsmouth, NH and Kittery, ME, The Castle was part of their lives. Using rarely seen US Navy film about the Prison, this obscure building is immortalized.

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TMO @ THE CASTLE
Official Selection 2008 New Hampshire Film Festival

Thomas Mott Osborne is “either a nut or a visionary---” a description not particularly associated with prison wardens.

“TMO@The Castle” tells the story of Osborne the only civilian commander (1917 – 1920) of the Naval prison, and his impact on the Navy and prison reform.

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