LUNENBURG DOC FEST: FREE COMMUNITY EVENTS
Lunenburg Doc Fest is proud to announce that the following community events will be open to the public with FREE ADMISSION during the 2017 Festival
STEP INTO THE STORY: INTERACTIVE ARCADE
SEPT 22 AT 10 AM
Lunenburg Doc Fest will offer the festival’s first-ever Interactive Arcade where youth of all ages can ‘Step Into The Story’. From fact-based virtual reality and animation installation loops to video games, a range of immersive experiences brings stories to life — starring you!
LUNENBURG: Where The Land Meets the Sea *World Premiere*
SEPT 22 AT 2:30 PM
Lunenburg: Where The Land Meets The Sea is a documentary that explores the daily lives of residents from a variety of backgrounds but who share a connection to the ocean, the land, and the town and are maintain traditions for the next generation.
“STILL MOVING” Artist Talk by LIVES WELL LIVED director Sky Bergman
SEPT 23, 11:30am – Noon
LIVES WELL LIVED Director Sky Bergman’s Artist talk STILL MOVING: The transition from still photography to the moving image in the digital age will focus on her journey to filmmaking as a photographer.
INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKER PANEL
SATURDAY, Sept 23, 2:45 – 3:45pm
Please join Lunenburg Doc Fest and filmmakers from Canada, US and Europe for a free International Documentary Filmmakers Panel.
MEET THE FILMMAKER RECEPTIONS AT RISSER’S SOCIAL HOUSE
FRI, Sept 22, 9:30pm
SAT, Sept 23, 10:30pm
We invite you to mix and mingle with Atlantic and international guest filmmakers and fellow film enthusiasts following the screenings of LAST MEN IN ALEPPO and COYOTE at Risser’s Social House, Lunenburg Arms Hotel (cash bar).
SENIORS’ WORKSHOP SHOWCASE
SEPT 24, 10 – 11:15AM
Lunenburg Doc Fest presents a showcase of its Documentary Workshop for seniors. Seniors 55 and up participated in a free workshop in which they created a feature length documentary about Lunenburg WAVE UPON WAVE: A Lunenburg Hodge Podge
YOUTH WORKSHOP SHOWCASE
SEPT 24, 11:30 AM
Lunenburg Doc Fest presents a showcase of the 3rd annual Youth Program featuring short films from the free Documentary Workshop and a $1000 School Bursary.