MAINE AUDUBON, FALMOUTH
EARTH DAY WEEK SCREENING, Thursday April 20, 2017
Special price for members of Maine Audubon and AMC
This event has sold out the last three years. Please pre-purchase tickets from Maine Audubon.
Short films: 7:00pm
FUSE – 3 minutes – directed by David Wortley – London, United Kingdom – A visual experiment fusing light and white with kayaking and night. This short film combines freestyle kayaking with professional filming skills. The combination of Electric Lights and water with kayaking and night makes for an amazing watch, everyone calls it TRON but on water!
CHROME – 12 minutes – directed by Jeremy Roberts – MT, USA – Salmon and steelhead bring the power of the ocean a thousand miles inland, but they also bring signs of troubled times. Follow obsessed steelhead fly anglers as they await the migration, the explosive hook.
BRUHWILER – 8 minutes – directed by Adam DeWolfe – Canada – This section tells the story of Raph Bruhwiler who if its hunting season can be found in the forest tracking black tail deer when the surf is not all time. Vancouver Island is a pretty amazing place.
ENDURANCE: ULTRA MARATHON – 9 minutes – directed by J Earle – Netherlands – Exploring the parallels between endurance and how we today, are living on the planet.
MORE THAN JUST PARKS | ACADIA – 5 minutes – directed by Jim Pattiz, Will Pattiz – United States – MTJP | Acadia is the culmination of several weeks spent exploring Acadia National Park during peak fall color. This film is, in part, a celebration of Acadia’s upcoming centennial. It is dedicated to renowned philanthropist and conservationist George Dorr. Sculpted by Glaciers and landscaped by beavers, Acadia is full of wonderfully unique features. Rounded mountains, tranquil ponds, rocky coastline, & some of the most beautiful trails in the world comprise this marvelous wonder. This short film was shot entirely in 4K.
1000 FEET & BELOW – FEATURING POST FILM Q/A FROM FILMMAKER JOEL OSGOOD – 27 minutes – directed by Joel Osgood – Maine, USA – Joel Osgood and his brother Moksha visit Maine’s lesser known, smaller ski mountains and in between hitting the slopes, interviews the hill owners and long time locals. This is a big-hearted project that shines a light on community, family, and healthy outdoor recreation.