Date: Friday, September 18, 2020
Time: Doors: 7PM
Location: 799 Winthrop Center Rd, Winthrop, ME 04364. NOTE: Google maps sometimes sends you to the neighbor if you type in that address. Look for the white house and barn. Correct Google Map Pin
Tickets: $15. Advance purchase only. BUY HERE
Presented in partnership with: CLYNK
Rain Date/Location: Sunday, September 20
Program Notes: The film program will last about two hours, including a 10-minute intermission. Please bring your own chair, blanket and refreshments. There is plenty of free parking. Film program is subject to change. This event will adhere to all prevailing state guidelines for public safety in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, including social distancing, crowd limits and face mask recommendations.
Films to be screened:
THE MAINERS-JACK TRAPS by ROVE: Tim Jackson is a life long ice fisherman and founder of the Maine-based ice fishing trap manufacturer, Jack Traps. Now in retirement, Tim’s mission is to preserve and spread the history and tradition of ice fishing in Maine, and to continue building upon the community within the sport.
RECYCLED TO RIDE by Anna Burns and Jack Bouchard: Recycled to Ride’ features Korey Nolan, a local New Hampshire surfer and surf crafter. Nolan has blended his love of surfing with his passion for environmental advocacy to create sustainable, creative surf craft that inspires change.
NORTH COUNTRY by Nick Martini: This film tells a timeless short story of the American dream and the family that put a community on skis. After 100 years, Lahout’s is still a family business moving onto its fourth generation. Through past and present, we learn the true source of the store's success. As their monarch passes on, we question and discover the backbone of its longevity.
END OF THE ROAD: A DISCOVERY OF SKIING WITHOUT EGO by The Locals Project (Production Company) Jacob Oster (Director / Producer): In a remote nook of Oregon one group of skiers go in search of skiing at its rarest.
THE LONG RIVER HOME by Seth Dahl of Big Cedar Media: The Long River Home is a 20 minute documentary film about overcoming the residual impacts of war through kayaking with a team.
PLUS! The 10 Broke + Stoked Finalist short films!
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