Submitted by Friday Harbor Film Festival
The Director Series provides movie lovers the opportunity to view impactful documentary films highlighting heroic adventures, sustainable agriculture, marine ecology, social justice, the environmental crisis, and human-interest stories.
Friday Harbor Film Festival will present films on-demand 24/7 for 10-14 days each month through September. Each will include a scheduled livestream, interactive Q&A with the filmmaker and expert panelists discussing the issues raised by the film. Q&A sessions will be recorded and be available on-line free of charge.
The ninth annual Friday Harbor Film Festival is scheduled for Oc. 14-24, 2021. FHFF is planning a hybrid event, including in-person venues and online screening.
Filmmakers are encouraged to submit their entries for consideration for both The Director Series and the October FHFF through the Film Freeway link at fhff.org beginning Dec. 15.
Next up in The Director Series is the Bristol Bay trilogy — “Red Gold” (by directors Travis Rummel and Ben Knight), and “The Breach,” and “The Wild” (both by director Mark Titus) — celebrating the Pebble Mine permit denial. These important feature films will screen Dec. 14-31. View all three films for only $3.