September 13, 2024

The Waldo Theatre

Waldoboro, Maine

Join the Maine Outdoor Film Festival for an evening of outdoor adventure and conservation films at the beautifully restored 1936 theatre: The Waldo Theatre.    

Date: Friday, September 13, 2024
Doors: 6:30PM Films: 7PM
$10 Adult Advance/ $15 Adult Day Of & $5  Under 18  GET TICKETS HERE
Location: The Waldo Theatre – 916 Main St Waldoboro, ME
Presented by: The Waldo Theatre
Program Notes: The film program will last about two hours.

Scheduled Program:

*Film Program Subject To Change*

WWF – PORTRAIT OF A SEAWEED FARMER ANA BORRERO – 10.2 minutes – by Jeff Siebert – from United States – Short synopsis: Originally from Spain, Ana pivoted her career from the demanding world of academia to become a seaweed farmer with Seaweed Solutions. She’s using her PhD in Marine Science and Technology to help push the industry forward all while achieving an ideal work-life balance for her and her young family.
LIFE AT SEA – 36.58 minutes – by Ellie Louise Lafferty – from Oregon, WORLD PREMIERE – Short synopsis: Life at Sea plunges into the reality of living aboard a research vessel, where Daisy Braun, an artist from Portland, Maine, ventures unknowingly. Amidst seasoned sailors and scientists, the narrative delves deep into the lives of those who call the ocean their home.With characters weathered by endless waves, the obsession with plankton lingers.
GROUNDWORK – COTTON – 15.68 minutes – by Lindsey Hagen – from United States – Short synopsis: Follow as the Kahle family breaks the cycle of generational health issues by revolutionizing their farming practices. Driven by a deep commitment to their family and community’s well-being, the Kahle’s bring revelatory science practices to combat years of problematic, status-quo methods of farming.
DESCENDANCE – 35 minutes – by Michael Haunschmidt, Mathias Kögel – from Austria – Short synopsis: DESCENDANCE is Dennis’ story: the story of a kid who, in the town where he was born and raised, had to answer the question, “Where are you really from?” It’s a story of identity, everyday racism and self-discovery, as Dennis seeks to define himself not only as a skier, but as a Black man who’s spent his life in predominantly white spaces.
MODIFY – 15 minutes – by Vasu Sojitra, Jessica Jane Hart – from Montana – Short synopsis: Three athletes with different disabilities gather in the backcountry to enjoy the snow and share their experiences of living in a world that has been conditioned to exclude them.