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Behind the Scenes: Environmental Filmmaking from West Virginia and the Pacific Ocean to the Chester River, August 18

August 18 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Location
Chesapeake Movies
21 Washington Square
Chestertown, MD 21620 United States

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Dates
August 18, 2019
Time
4:30 - 6:30pm
Curator
Community Curator: Adams Wood
Registration Link
Please scroll down for more information - pre-registration is closed, but walk-ins are welcome!
Member Fee / Non-Member Fee
Free for Film Society members/$10 non members

Community Curator: Adams Wood

RiverArts Film Society presents a discussion and screening with local filmmakers Adams and Maria Wood featuring selections from Adams’ feature documentary On Coal River, the Greenpeace Pacific tuna fisheries campaign, and a sneak peek at select early footage from the work-in-progress Family Tides, a project currently in production about the urgent issue of sea level rise on the Eastern Shore and in South Florida.
This event is an opportunity for local audiences to engage with this project and hear about the process of creating a documentary film from start to finish. Bring your questions, as there will be lots of opportunities for Q & A at this special Film Society event!
Pre-registration is now closed for this event. Walk-ins are welcome and encouraged! If you are not a RiverArts Film Society member, a suggested donation is appreciated.