Maine 2020 - 200 years of statehood culminates in one wild year
Celebrate Maine’s bicentennial with a live outdoor film event featuring two special programs, one that celebrates Maine people’s lives over the years through a contemplative curation of Mainers’ own historic home movies; and another, a collection of shorts edited during the pandemic in Maine’s 200th year, 2020.
The event is produced by the Maine Film Association and the Maine Outdoor Film Festival, with support from Northeast Historic Film and Urban Farm Fermentory.
>> Antidote Collaborative Film Project - Short films from the wild Maine year of 2020. The Maine Film Association opened a call for submissions - 34 minutes
>> Maine's Home Movies - 200 years of statehood from the images of Maine families - 57 minutes
Total Running Time - 100 minutes or so including intermission.
Date: Thursday, September 24
Doors: 6:30 p.m.
Films: 7 p.m.
Admission: Pre-registration is required
Food/Beverage: Most likely a food truck will be present. No outside beverages except water please. Urban Farm Fermentory will be selling their delicious cider, kombucha, mead and beer.
Tickets are $15 at https://maine-200-years-film.eventbrite.com
-Plenty of on-street parking.
-Please have a picture ID of the person whose name the tickets were purchased under ready upon entrance OR the paper ticket or electronic ticket from Eventbrite's purchase interface.
-Your camp chair(s).
-Face mask for when you're not sitting.
-Outside food and refreshments are allowed. BRING YOUR TRASH HOME (or use the trash barrels being provided).
-Blankets are not a bad idea.