Independent Movie Schedule


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July 9, 10, 11 – ONE SHOW at 7 PM each night:
Love, Work and Knowledge – The Life and Trials of Wilhelm Reich

Wilhelm Reich, a pioneer persecuted and imprisoned. His books and publications were banned and burned in America, where he died in a federal penitentiary. Now, 60 years after his death and 10 years after the unsealing of his personal archives, a new documentary presents the facts.  FMI click on image. Written by Kevin Hinchey, Produced and Directed by Glenn Orkin and Kevin Hinchey.


July 17 & 18 ONE SHOW at 7 PM each night

19th Century Rangeley in 3D

The Rangeley Lakes Historical Society is our partner to offer you the opportunity to step back in time. This production features vintage 19th Century Stereograph views of the Rangeley Region, utilizing modern 3D glasses to view vintage “stereo views” on the big screen. Museum Director Bill Pierce will be your host; vintage film of the region will also be included. Enjoy cash bar (beer/wine), snacks and a Silent Auction. Show starts at 7 PM each night. Advance tickets are available at the Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum in Oquossoc and at the door.  All Seats $10.

July 19, ONE SHOW at 7 PM with director’s Q&A to follow

The Home Road

A 74-year-old Maine man retraces the journey of his pioneering, 19-year-old great-great-grandfather, who left his home in Canada in 1845 to become Biddeford’s first permanent French-Canadian settler. FMI click on image. Director: Tonya Shevenell

August 5, 6, 7 & 8:

Eight Films over four nights, different films at 5 & 8 PM. Individual films: $7 / Festival Pass: $50. For complete schedule of Films, click HERE.  FMI click on image.


August 9, ONE SHOW at 7 PM with director’s Q&A to follow

Saving Snow

Across the country, people who depend on winter for their livelihood are feeling the heat. On the sidelines of skiing and snowboarding, an epic struggle to reverse rising temperatures is unfolding. Ski towns and the snow sports industry are paving the way towards a clean energy future. Director: Diogo Castro Freire

August 10, ONE SHOW AT 6 PM

Metropolitan Opera’s DON GIOVANNI

Simon Keenlyside smolders dangerously in the title role of Mozart’s version of the legend of Don Juan, creating a vivid portrait of a man who is a law unto himself, and all the more dangerous for his eternally seductive allure.  Performance Date: OCT 22, 2016.  Composer: WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART.  Librettist: LORENZO DA PONTE. Run Time: 3 HRS 13 MIN

August 31, 7 PM

Celebrating and Inspiring Expression in the Outdoor Community Since 2012. FMI click on image.

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