Friday Harbor Film Festival Presents 2022 Best of the Fest

Posted December 23, 2021 at 5:24 am by

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Fri­day Har­bor Film Festival’s 2022 BEST OF THE FEST series begins bright­en­ing your win­ter on New Year’s Day. Each week dur­ing Jan­u­ary and Feb­ru­ary a new event buck­et of doc­u­men­taries, each con­tain­ing a fea­ture film, a short film, and record­ed film­mak­er Q&As, will be avail­able on demand on the web­site, www.fhff.org.

All the films are among the top ten fea­tures and top ten shorts shown dur­ing the fes­ti­val last Octo­ber.  Top stu­dent films will be shown in Feb­ru­ary.  Tick­ets are avail­able online.  Each event buck­et costs only $2.95. To sup­port fea­ture film­mak­ers, they will receive half of this fee.

The sched­ule for Jan­u­ary is:

  • Jan­u­ary 1 — 7
    • Fea­ture — A Voy­age Against Time + Q&A (Steve Mack­ay & Jonathan Ali Khan), spon­sored by Browne’s Home Center
    • Short – The Uncom­mon Gar­den (Olympia Stone), spon­sored by Har­bor Rental
  • Jan­u­ary 8 — 14
    • Fea­ture – Firestorm ‘77 + Q&A (Chris Hite & Den­nis Ford), spon­sored by San Juan Busi­ness Park
    • Short — The Hunt for the Asian Giant Hor­net (Jay Wind­land), spon­sored by Dis­cov­ery Inn
  • Jan­u­ary 15 — 21
    • Fea­ture — Orches­trat­ing Change + Q&A (Margie Fried­man & Bar­bara Mul­ter-Wellin), spon­sored by San Juan Islands Muse­um of Art. Tales from the Heart Fea­ture Film Award winner.
    • Short — The Black Stone­fly + Q&A (Cody Lewis and Marc Rotse), spon­sored by Win­der­mere SJI
  • Jan­u­ary 22 – 28
    • Fea­ture: The Six + Q&A (Arthur Jones), spon­sored by Fri­day Har­bor Freight. Fea­ture Film Over­all Audi­ence Choice Award winner.
    • Short: Hon­or Thy Moth­er + Q&A (Lucy Ostran­der), spon­sored by Star Sur­vey­ing. Short Film Over­all Audi­ence Choice Award winner.
  • Jan­u­ary 29 – Feb­ru­ary 4
    • Fea­ture: Bone­yard Alas­ka (Paul Andrew Lawrence), spon­sored by Cynthia’s Bistro
    • Short: Trail­bound Alas­ka + Q&A (Max Romey), spon­sored by Cynthia’s Bistro

FHFF great­ly appre­ci­ates the work of the film­mak­ers, the gen­eros­i­ty of our spon­sors, and the sup­port of all lovers of great doc­u­men­tary films. Check out every­thing on our web­site: www.fhff.org.

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