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On Friday, September 4, the Farnsworth Art Museum and the Strand Theatre will present the final 2015 showing of the international short film series . . .
  • Talk on Judy Garland at Rockland Library September 3
    Lawrence Schulman will present “Moments of Magic,” a talk on Judy Garland’s life and career accompanied by audio-video clips, at the Rockland . . . 
  • Film favorites from the 1980s will be screened as a Flashback Film Fest at the Strand Theatre in Rockland in three parts. “The Princess Bride” will be . . . 
  • Postponed: Second Edition of Cat Video Festival in Rockland
    Farnsworth Art Museum’s Collective will present an Internet Cat Video Festival and Fair at Harbor Park in Rockland 
  • Passes to the 2015 Camden International Film Festival are now on sale through the organization’s website, www.camdenfilmfest.org/attend. The 11th . . . 
  • The 2015 Camden International Film Festival is now seeking volunteers for the 11th annual festival, in Camden, Rockport and Rockland from September 17 to 20. Camden National Bank is sponsoring the Festival Volunteer Program, whose 150 volunteers make the festival possible. Enthusiastic individuals are welcome . . . 
  • Call for Entries for CIFF Points North Fellowship
    Camden International Film Festival (CIFF) is calling for submissions to its Points North Fellowship. Five teams of filmmakers with feature-length documentaries in progress will be selected to bring their projects to the Points North Documentary Forum during CIFF, slated this year for September 17 to 20, to pitch their . . . 
  • "A Place at the Table" Looks at Hunger in the U.S. - =
    The Strand Theatre in Rockland will host a screening of "A Place at the Table," a new documentary about hunger in the U.S., on Sunday, March 17, at 3:30 p.m. The film examines hunger through the lens of three people who are struggling with food insecurity in America. In "A Place at the Table," directors Kristi Jacobson and Lori Silverbush look at the economic, social and cultural . . . 
  • New Dance Series Begins at the Strand
    A new spring HD dance series begins at the Strand Theatre in Rockland on Wednesday, February 27, at 7 p.m. with Don Quixote, performed by the Ballet Opera de Paris. The HD performance was filmed live at the Paris Opera House on December 18, 2012. The dance series continues on Wednesday, March 27, at 7 p.m. with a never-before-seen high-definition . . . 
  • Strand to Present Productions from Shakespeare's Globe
    The Strand Theatre in Rockland will present high-definition screenings this fall of three productions by Shakespeare's Globe theatre, of London, England, originally staged and filmed in 2011. All's Well That Ends Well (October 16), Much Ado About Nothing (October 29) and Doctor Faustus (November 13) will be showing. 
  • The Rockport Public Library will present a premiere red carpet viewing of the film short "The Anne Edmonds Story" on Wednesday, July 11, at 4 p.m. The movie is the creation of an eight-year-old Camden-Rockport Elementary School student, Thor Gabrielsen, and his teacher, Janis Gilley . . . 
  • Three of the best reasons to be alive this past year have just arrived on DVD, which is fortunate, because in the midst of financial and meteorological aberrations there are some things which never change, namely that summer means disappointing theatrical film releases. 
  • Hello, yeah, it's been a while. Not much, how 'bout you? I'm not sure why I'm back, I guess I really just wanted to talk to you. 
  • The film "Cracking the Ocean Code," produced by Camden-based Compass Light for the Science and Discovery channels, has been selected as one of five finalists in the ocean exploration and adventure category by the 2009 Blue Ocean Film Festival.