FRIDAY HARBOR, WA – The fourth annual Friday Harbor Film Festival, which will be held November 4–5- 6, features a very exciting line-up of documentary films, as well as special events that celebrate the art of filmmaking. Over 50 films have been scheduled, featuring quality documentaries and docu-dramas that highlight compelling stories about humanitarian efforts, environmental issues, social concerns and daring explorations. Each film will be followed by lively discussion with the filmmaker or a local expert. For example, our special guest Pete Freeland, who is a successful actor, rocket scientist and astronaut will be on hand to speak after showings of “The Last Man on the Moon” and participate in our Filmmakers Forum. Additional highlights of the festival include:
- The Opening Night Filmmakers Gala, to be held at San Juan Community Theatre on Friday, November 4 starting at 6:30 pm, honors Richard Chew, a distinguished academy award-winning film editor and producer who has spent 50 years in the film industry, with The Andrew V. McLaglen Lifetime Achievement Award.
- On Saturday, November 5 at 7 pm at San Juan Community Theatre, there will be a screening of the KAVU Collection Film Series and presentation of the Local Hero Award to Bruce Barr, followed by entertainment courtesy of The J-BOTS, a local rock band.
- A Filmmakers Forum, to be held at 10 am on Sunday, November 6 at Friday Harbor House, gives audience members the opportunity to learn about the challenges of documentary filmmaking and to engage with filmmakers.
- The Young Filmmakers Project highlights films by local students and young filmmakers on Saturday, November 5 at 1 pm at the Grange, and on Sunday, November 6 at 10 am at Friday Harbor House.
- The grand finale of the Festival, our Awards Night, occurs on Sunday, November 6 at
6 pm at San Juan Community Theatre, celebrating our audiences’ favorite films.
The Friday Harbor Film Festival is distinguished by the large number of filmmakers who personally come to San Juan Island each year from across the globe. The Festival’s celebration of these filmmakers, as well as its focus on the conversations that the films evoke, connect audiences with both the filmmakers themselves and the compelling stories they are telling.
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