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The Friday Harbor Film Festival is just a few weeks away and here’s a chance to preview some of the films.
SURFING WARMER WATERS
Have you tried surfing or ever wished you could? Here is your opportunity to surf vicariously in Hawaii, on the Gulf Coast, in Ireland and Rapu Nui.
Come out Tuesday, September 3 at 7 pm to view STEP INTO LIQUID, the weekly documentary offering from the Friday Harbor Film Festival at the FHFF office (10 First St., next door to The Toy Box.) Admission is by donation, including free popcorn. Seating is limited.
STEP INTO LIQUID takes us from the terrifying, monstrous waves of Oahu’sNorth Shore to the Texas waters of the Gulf of Mexico to the shores of Ireland and Rapu Nui. Told through the voices of legends, pros, and everyday surfers alike, it is not just a film for
surfers, but for anyone with an appreciation for sport and an inkling of what it means to be “stoked.”
The Friday Harbor Film Festival, happening
October 11-13 in Friday Harbor, is presented by
The Pacific Islands Research Institute, a non-profit
organization that supports field-based scientific
research and exploration of some little known
areas of the Pacific Ocean. PIRI furthers research in those areas undergoing significant environmental or
cultural change. This encompasses archaeological research, anthropological & ethnographic studies of
its present inhabitants, as well as medical and educational issues. They address through multidisciplinary
projects other important environmental issues (e.g. loss of biodiversity and habitat, effects of population
pressures, pollution) affecting these areas.
Preview Films Coming in September and October:
September 10 - Alone in the Wilderness
September 17 - SUKHAVATI
September 24 - Vision of Mustang
October 1 - Coral Reef Adventure
Tickets are now on sale for the exciting First Annual Friday
Harbor Film Festival!
SAN JUAN COUNTY RESIDENTS: ASK FOR YOUR
Purchase from San Juan Community Theatre box office in person (100 Second St.), by telephone at 360- 378-3210 or on-line at http://www.sjctheatre.org/. Festival information is available at www.fhff.org.