Friday Harbor Film Festival’s 2022 BEST OF THE FEST offers a Video-On-Demand audience-choice favorite feature film and short film this coming week on the website, www.fhff.org.
Tickets are available online. This week’s feature/short film combination costs only $2.95. Filmmaker Q&As recorded during the 2021 festival are available free.
YOUTH V. GOV
Christi Cooper, Director
2020 | 107 minutes
Sponsored by Islanders Insurance.
FHFF2021 Audience Choice "Things to Consider" Category Feature Film Award
A story of global importance that has already inspired numerous legal actions around the world, Youth v Gov is the story of America’s youngest citizens taking on the world’s most powerful government. Twenty-one courageous youth lead a groundbreaking lawsuit against the U.S. government, asserting it has willfully acted over six decades to create our climate crisis, thus endangering their constitutional rights to life, liberty, and property. If these young people are successful, they’ll not only make history, but they’ll also change the future.
IF YOU GIVE A BEACH A BOTTLE
Max Romey, Director
2021 | 5 minutes
Sponsored by Tina’s Place.
FHFF2021 Audience Choice "Tales from the Heart" Category Short Film Award
Inspired by a picture book, Max Romey heads to a remote beach on Alaska's coastline in search of marine debris. What he finds is a different story altogether.
ATTENTION STUDENT, AMATEUR, AND PROFESSIONAL FILMMAKERS:
To submit your feature documentary, short film, or student film to Friday Harbor Film Festival for the October 2022 Festival, read full details on the FHFF FilmFreeway website. Deadline for feature and short films is June 1, 2022. Student film deadline is September 1, 2022.