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Movies in the Backyard: Wellfleet Youth Film Festival

August 11 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Our first Wellfleet Youth Film Festival was presented virtually Friday June 19th through Sunday June 21st and drew almost 300 views on Vimeo – in case you missed it, you can see it LIVE in our backyard on August 11th! (Rain date: August 12th). The screening starts at approximately 8pm/dusk.

The festival screening is free to attend, but due to social distancing and safety regulations, space is limited and preregistration is required. PLEASE REGISTER HERE.

2020 FESTIVAL PROGRAM
Running time: Approx. 90 Min.

FIRST HALF
Arm & Hammer Advertisement by Griffin Soderberg
Misunderstood Masterpiece by Rauliz Paez
Duck Duck Goose by Nick Terranova
The Benefits of High School Sports for Girls by Margaret Dickson
Masked by Felix Gualtieri
At Peace by Kiki DeMelo
Clean and Safe Drinking Water by Isabel Merl
Life of a Vapor by Carter Rotcavich
Double Vida by Sharleny Gonzalez
The Night Of The Living Bear by Brooklyn Gonzalez
The Covid Blues by Meredith Gellman
Audio Waves by Jake Srebnick
Everyday by Maya Abel

– Intermission –

SECOND HALF
The Blue Samurai by Thomas Schultze
Adequate by Joseph Costanzo
The Shadow by Max Smiley
Robotics/Classes Building the Future by Thomas Schultze
Home by Kyleigh Shelley
The Benefits of playing High School Sports by Finn Riley
*Vaping: An Epidemic by Jack Fabiano
*Dirty Laundry by Lucien Beber-Turkel
What is Beauty? by Leah Baker
*Sketch by Brianna BrannThe Boys by Artie O’Neil

Festival Winners:

*Best Animated Short – The Blue Samurai, by Thomas Shultze

*Best Music Video – Adequate, by Joseph Costanzo

*Best Documentary Short – Double Vida, by Sharleny Gonzalez

*Best Narrative Short – Dirty Laundry, by Lucien Beber-Turkel

*Best Film of Festival – Audio Waves, by Jake Srebnick

Wellfleet Preservation Hall would like to thank the Harvey and Pamela Charitable Fund for their support of this project, and the Mass Cultural Council.

This festival was produced by the WPH staff, Susie Nielsen (Graphics and Design), Joe Ferreira (Submissions Review & Festival Programming), and Marin Misoda/MySoda Productions (Program Production, Technical Assistance).

Venue

Wellfleet Preservation Hall
355 Main Street
Wellfleet, MA 02667 United States
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Phone:
508-349-1800