SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 5TH

OPENING NIGHT Celebration

5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Have your picture taken on the red carpet and meet local filmmakers during our Opening Night Celebration at The Marketplace in Pleasant Beach Village, right across the street from our festival venue, the Historic Lynwood Theatre. (4738 Lynwood Center Rd NE, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110)

This ticketed event is a chance for film fans and the general public to schmooze with local and regional filmmakers. VIP tickets are $50 each and include hors d'oeuvres, wine, tickets to that night's featured screening as well as all screenings on Sunday. Filmmakers with a film in the festival receive one free ticket with their festival badge and may purchase half-price tickets for their guests.



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FEATURED SCREENING

7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

"8:AM"

A Narrative Short by Emily Pando / 8 minutes

Filmmaker scheduled to attend

The moment before everything changes, the lost moments we have all experienced, the shared human experience of missed opportunity. This story is a reminder to cherish every breath before all counters hit zero.

The moment before everything changes, the lost moments we have all experienced, the shared human experience of missed opportunity. This story is a reminder to cherish every breath before all counters hit zero.


PILCHUCK, A DANCE WITH FIRE

feature documentary BY JOHN FORSEN / 68 Minutes

The Pilchuck Glass School outside Seattle has been going for 43 years. Started by Dale Chihuly, when glass in America was at its infancy. This school is responsible for making the US Studio Glass movement what it is today.

It's an international institution now, bringing students from all over the world. It started in 1971, during the peace movements, Flower Power and war in Vietnam. Narrated by Jeff Bridges, this documentary tells the story of it's beginnings, and how it's now made the Pacific NW, the largest glass art center in the world.

SCREENINGS FOLLOWED BY FILMMAKER Q&A