$50

Chesapeake Film Festival Saturday Pass

Event Information

Share this event

Date and Time

Location

Location

All Film Festival Venues

Address

Easton and Cambridge, MD

Friends Who Are Going
Event description

Description

See any film at any venue in the festival screening on Saturday, October 28!

See the full list of venues and films at chesapeakefilmfestival.com.

As part of the day, Saturday's schedule showcases a full range of films on the theme of Climate Change - Perils, Challenges and the Future, as well as panel discussions featuring experts and public officials from around the Chesapeake Bay region. Watch the trailer online.

AT THE AVALON THEATRE:

10:30 amEnvironmental Shorts Program 1 (63 minutes)
- When I Plant A Tree, directed by Jonah Moshammer (5:31 minutes)
- Fisherman Without A Sea, directed by Lucas Bonetti (20 minutes)
- The Next Epoch Seed Library, directed by Candace Thompson (8 minutes)
- The Last Boat Out, directed by Laura Seltzer-Duny (29 minutes)

12:00 pm — Welcome & Opening Remarks
- George A. Nilson, Esq., Chair, CFF Climate Change Program
- Charles O. Monk, II, Esq., Chair, Board of Visitors, University of Maryland, Center for Environmental Science

12:15 pmBefore the Flood, directed by Fisher Stevens; produced and narrated by Leo DiCaprio (96 minutes)

1:45 pm - 2:30 pm — Panel Discussion followed by Q & A
- Benjamin H. Grumbles, Maryland State Secretary of the Environment
- Dr. Donald Boesch, Professor of Marine Science, President of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science 1990-2017
- Jacqueline Patterson, Director of the NAACP Environment and Climate Justice Program (confirmation pending)
- Moderator: Stuart Clarke, Executive Director, Town Creek Foundation

2:45 pmFrom The Ashes, directed by Michael Bonifiglio, NATGEO (81 minutes)

4:30 pmEnvironmental Shorts Program 2 (68 minutes)
- Waterman, directed by Jess Jacklin (14 minutes)
- The Ballad Of Holland Island House, directed by Lynn Tomlinson (4 minutes)
- Introduction: Sandy Cannon-Brown (5 minutes) - High Tide In Dorchester, written & narrated by Tom Horton, directed by Dave Harp, and produced by Sandy Cannon-Brown (45 minutes)

5:30 pm - 6:15 pm — Panel Discussion and Q & A
- Dr. William C. “Bill” Boicourt, Professor Emeritus, Horn Point Laboratory, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
- Tom Horton, Writer, High Tide In Dorchester
- David Harp, Director, High Tide in Dorchester
- Jess Jacklin, Director, Waterman (her Grandad appears in the film)
- Laura Seltzer-Duny, Director, The Last Boat Out
- Moderator: Brian Ambrette, Coastal Resilience Manager, Eastern Shore Land Conservancy

6:30 pm — RECEPTION with special guest (tba)

7:30 pmOyster, directed by Kim Beamish, Australia (81 minutes)

AT EASTON PREMIER CINEMAS:

9:30 pmAn Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, directed by Bonnie Cohen, Jon Shenk; narrated by Al Gore (98 minutes)

Share with friends

Date and Time

Location

All Film Festival Venues

Address

Easton and Cambridge, MD

Save This Event

Event Saved