2013 Celluloid Bainbridge Film Festival

November 1 – 3, 2013

The Historic Lynwood Theatre and Bainbridge Cinemas

 

Click here for the 2013 Celluloid Bainbridge Program and Schedule

 

November 1st

Our 15th Annual Celluloid Bainbridge Film Festival will begin with an opening night reception at The Marketplace at Pleasant Beach, a wonderful opportunity to meet the filmmakers and other professionals in the field, followed by a first-time release of Mark Kitchell’s  A FIERCE GREEN FIRE at The Historic Lynwood Theatre.

A Fierce Green Fire” is the first big-picture history of the environmental movement, grassroots and global activism spanning fifty years from conservation to climate change. It is narrated by Robert Redford, Ashley Judd, Van Jones, Isabel Allende and Meryl Streep.  Mark Kitchell an Academy Award nominee for “Berkeley in the Sixties” — a well-loved classic that has become one of the defining films about protest movements of the 1960s.  “A Fierce Green Fire” is also going to become a defining film — about the biggest movement of the 20th century and one that’s crucial to the 21st.

The film premiered at Sundance and has played over 150 theaters, festivals and non-theatrical engagements worldwide. Everybody loves the film, finds it valuable for education and inspiration, but also entertaining. It brings together all the major parts of environmentalism and connects them. It focuses on activism, people fighting to save their homes, their lives, the future — and succeeding against all odds.

 

Opening Night Celebration

Meet the Filmmakers and Special Guests

Enjoy Wine, Brews, Hos d’oeuvres and Coffee

provided by Suzanne Maurice Wine Bar, Archipelago Catering and The Boathouse Coffee

At The Marketplace at Pleasant Beach, 6pm – 7:30pm

Showing at The Historic Lynwood Theatre, 7:45 pm

A FIERCE GREEN FIRE, The Battle for a Living Planet (trailer)

By Mark Kitchell, Director of Academy Nominated Film, BERKELEY IN THE SKIES

Question and Answer Session with the Director following the film

$35 Party including Film Ticket

Space is limited – advance purchase required

www.BrownPaperTickets.com or call 206.842.7901

$10 Film Tickets available at the Historic Lynwood Theatre November 1st

Proceeds support Arts & Humanities Council Education Programs

 

November 2 – 3

Free film showings

throughout Saturday and Sunday

Following the simple guideline that films must have been filmed on Bainbridge or feature a past or present Bainbridge Islander in the cast, crew or production, the goals of the festival are to bring the Bainbridge community together to learn about and celebrate local filmmakers.

The weekend festival will be held at both the Historic Lynwood Theatre and Bainbridge Cinemas at the Pavilion, showcases over 20 submitted films chosen for the festival, in addition to featured films, a popular cable tv series for children, and a discussion panel of film professionals – Cinematic Transformation: How the Digital Revolution has Changed the Movies.

Click here for information on the 2013 Celluloid Bainbridge Films

Saturday, November 2nd

At Bainbridge Cinemas at the Pavilion

Free film showings in two theaters

Theater A

10:00 am      3 episodes of The Haunting Hour, by Harvey Kahn

The 2013 Emmy Award Winner for Outstanding Children’s Series

“Really You (parts 1 and 2)” starring Bailee Madison

“Coat Rack Cowboy” (season three, starring Frankie Jonas and Rowan Kahn)

11:15 am      Listen, Draw and Tell with George Shannon (18 mins), by Steve Stolee

11:40 am      The Lion in the Room: Autism, A Call to Action (41 mins, trailer),

by Theodora Jonsson, Winner of the Waterford Film Festival

followed by a PANEL DISCUSSION exploring the topic of Autism

Moderated by Susie Burdick, Executive Director of Kids’ Discovery Museum

Theodora Jonsson, the filmmaker

Melanie Smith, mother of two

Myleea Spencer, board certified behavior analyst

Theater B

10:00 am     Against the Tide (45 mins trailer), by Mark Davis

Premiere Showing!

11:15 am      Traditional Clam Bake, Point Julia 2012 (3 mins), by John Williams

11:40 am      The Bainbridge Island Wooden Boat Festival 2013 (18 mins), by Chris Walton

12:30 pm      Forged Through Time: Creation of the Columbia River Gorge (13 mins, trailer),

by Rich Deline and Taylor Guterson

 

At The Historic Lynwood Theatre

12:00 pm      PANEL DISCUSSION

Cinematic Transformation: How the Digital Revolution has Changed the Movies

This presentation will begin with the showing of Steve Stolee’s short film T.J. Faddis Threads the Last 35mm Film Projector at the Historic Lynwood Theatre.  A panel discussion will follow presenting professional views on topic including those from:

local theater owner, Jeff Brien, Bainbridge Entertainment Enterprises
renowned director and editor, Don Sellers, director of Honor and Sacrifice
cinematographer and equipment expert, Marty Oppenheimer, Oppenheimer Camera Products

Afterward, the audience will be invited to enter the Lynwood Theatre projection room, a unique opportunity for those who have always wondered what is on the other side of that small square window.

 

Sunday, November 3rd

At The Historic Lynwood Theatre

Free film showings throughout the day

10:00 am      Drowning in the Mainstream (22 mins), by Madeleine Bentley

10:30 am      War Photography (12 mins), by Brendan Bennett

11:00 am      Invisible Young (75 mins, trailer), by Steve Keller

12:35 pm      Sideliner (7 mins), by Spencer Lucas, student at the Univ of North Carolina School of Arts

12:50 pm      Cardboard (89 mins, trailer), by Matt Longmire

2:40 pm        Honor and Sacrifice: The Roy Matsumoto Story (28 mins),

   by Lucy Ostrander and Don Sellers

                                followed by a QUESTION AND ANSWER opportunity with the filmmakers

                                Best Short Documentary at the Port Townsend Film Festival

                                Audience Choice Award at the Gig Harbor Film Festival

3:40 pm        The Garden Road Show (25 mins), by Terry Moyemont and Terri Stanley

4:25 pm        Artist Narratives by Terry Moyemont

American Peas (12 mins), with Bainbridge Artist Bill Baran-Mickles

                              Light, Glass, Form: The Art of Steve Maslach (8 mins)

                              Hot’s Good! (9 mins), with Glass Artist Henner Schroder

5:10 pm        BIMA, Here We Go! (23 mins), by Cameron Snow

5:50 pm        E9 Animated Short (12 mins), by Wes McClain and Jason Brain

6:20 pm        Can’t Stop the Water (38 mins, trailer), by Rebecca Ferris, edited by Bryan Gunnar Cole

7:15 pm        Beyond Naked (92 mins, trailer), by Dan McComb and Lisa Cooper

  Best Feature Documentary at the Seattle True Independent Film Festival

8:55 pm        Living Doll: a Twilight Zone Parody (18 mins), by Steve Stolee

 

Celluloid Bainbridge History

 

Thank you to our 2013 Celluloid Bainbridge Film Festival sponsors!