The Friday Harbor Film Festival
SAVE THE DATE: Come and Celebrate Oscar Night with the Friday Harbor Film Festival at the San Juan Island Yacht Club, located at 273 Front St. in Friday Harbor February 26. Doors open at 4:30pm!
We will be celebrating Oscar Night. Tickets for this fun Soiree, Dinner, Silent and Live Auction are available at our Festival office. Tickets go on sale Jan. 16.
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Winter Film Series
Starting January 17th, the Friday Harbor Film Festival team will be commencing our winter film series. The 2016 Festival favorites — as selected by our attendees — will be screened at the Grange on the first and third Tuesday of each month. Screenings will start at 7pm sharp, so arrive early to get a seat. See the poster for the specific schedule of films.
This exciting film series, to be co-hosted by Theresa Simendinger and Jessica Lansfield, will kick off on January 17 and run through June 6. Entry will be by donation (with all proceeds supporting Festivals in future years).
If you would like to help organize the series, set up chairs or to make a donation that will help cover screening fees and venue costs, please stop by the Film Festival’s office on First Street or send an email to email@example.com.
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Here are the FHFF Award winning films from the 2016 festival:
Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me Audience Favorite
The Babushkas of Chernobyl Things to Consider
Lost & Found Explorers & Adventures
The Last Gold Tales from the Heart
Taming Wild-A Girl and A Mustang Local Heroes
The Serene Heartache Shorts
El Jungo Young Filmmakers Project Film Award, Directors Max Kessler & Per Black
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The Friday Harbor Film Festival happens annually on San Juan Island in Washington State and features documentary films that Entertain – Inspire – Enlighten us about the the people, cultures and environment that make up the area known as the Pacific Rim.
- Entertain audiences through the art of compelling storytelling;
- Inspire audience members, as well as filmmakers to be a force for positive change;
- Enlighten all participants by conveying relevant information, creating awareness and expanding appreciation of our fragile planet, diverse cultures and those daring to explore new frontiers.
- Encourage students to learn the art of storytelling thru film, by participating in the Young Filmmakers Project.
Keep up-to-date about year-round events and the 2016 Friday Harbor Film Festival through Facebook, Twitter or our email newsletter. Or stop by and see us at our Office & Hospitality Center at 10 First Street, Friday Harbor.
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To support the on-going success and development of the Friday Harbor Film Festival, please consider making a contribution to us through PayPal, or sign up for smile.amazon.com. All donations pass through to the Pacific Islands Research Institute (PIRI) our founding organization. PIRI is a 501(c)(3) non-profit.