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  • Oct. 26-28 2018

Friday Harbor Film Festival Announces Plans for 2014

Pull out that new 2014 cal­en­dar now, and mark Novem­ber 7, 8 & 9 — the dates of the Sec­ond Annu­al Fri­day Har­bor Film Fes­ti­val!!!

Car­ry­ing for­ward the momen­tum of the suc­cess­ful inau­gur­al Fes­ti­val last Octo­ber, plan­ners Lynn Dana­her and Karen Palmer antic­i­pate an even larg­er event in the com­ing year. A steer­ing com­mit­tee is already hard at work to make sure that every­one who par­tic­i­pates – be it as an attendee, a spon­sor, a vol­un­teer, or a film-mak­er – will be proud to be a part of this won­der­ful com­mu­ni­ty event.

Here are some upcom­ing high­lights:

  • The next Fes­ti­val will fea­ture anoth­er set of fas­ci­nat­ing doc­u­men­taries about the Pacif­ic Rim that will enter­tain, inspire, and enlight­en.
  • Tick­et types will be far sim­pler and prices will be low­er, mak­ing the Fes­ti­val more afford­able for every­one, espe­cial­ly fam­i­lies.
  • Tues­day night screen­ings of many of the films fea­tured in last year’s Fes­ti­val are cur­rent­ly being held every two weeks through May at the Grange.
  • On Jan­u­ary 21, you’ll be able to see (or see again!) both “The Tsuna­mi and the Cher­ry Blos­som,” a mov­ing visu­al poem about the after­math of Japan’s hor­rif­ic tsuna­mi; and “Hon­or and Sac­ri­fice,” an amaz­ing sto­ry about what hap­pened to the fam­i­ly of San Juan Islander Roy Mat­sumo­to dur­ing World War II.  For a full sched­ule of all upcom­ing Tues­day night screen­ings, check out the Festival’s web­site at http://www.fhff.org.
  • Plan­ning is under­way for some fun events that will help us raise mon­ey to sup­port the oper­at­ing costs of next fall’s Festival…stay tuned!

Speak­ing of rais­ing mon­ey, we need YOUR help to make the 2014 Fes­ti­val a suc­cess.  Because tick­et sales account for only a small por­tion of our oper­at­ing rev­enue, we are depen­dent on grants, spon­sor­ships and donations…meaning that a dona­tion of any size would be most appre­ci­at­ed!

As a spe­cial incen­tive to encour­age your sup­port, we will pro­vide those who con­tribute $300 with an all-access Fes­ti­val Pass and those who con­tribute $500 with two all- access Fes­ti­val Pass­es.  These pass­es, which will cost $150 each when Fes­ti­val tick­ets go on sale, enti­tle you to admis­sion to all films, pri­or­i­ty seat­ing, plus admis­sion to the spe­cial open­ing night Soiree for film-mak­ers, their guests, and event spon­sors.

If you’d like to be a Fes­ti­val sup­port­er, please send your check — made out to:

Fri­day Har­bor Film Fes­ti­val  — to P.O. Box 2627, Fri­day Har­bor 98250.  A por­tion of your dona­tion could be tax deductible .

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