INDEPENDENT MOVIE SCHEDULE 2019
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July 6, 2019, 6:30 PM
International Fly Fishing Film Festival
Hosted by the Rangeley Historical Society/OSHM. This is the oldest, best and most acclaimed edition of an annual film competition which features the best short films from destinations around the world. You don't have to be an angler to enjoy their breath taking cinematography. This event will also feature a Raffle and Silent Auction offering art, gear, trips and more! Tickets sales support the museum & are $12.00 in advance/$15 day of show. Tickets go on sale at Outdoor Heritage Museum in Oquossoc or RFA Lakeside Theatre on June 1st. This event is part of the Herb Welch Festival Weekend at Outdoor Heritage Museum (July 5-7)
July 8 & 9, 2019, 7 PM
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 19th and August 9th, 2019, 7 PM
19th Century Rangeley in 3D
ALL NEW! The Rangeley Lakes Historical Society offers you the opportunity to step back in time. This show was a hit last year, and a collection of entirely different images will be shared. You'll see actual 19th Century Stereoview Photographs of the region shared on the Big Screen utilizing 3D glasses. You'll also enjoy some rare 1930 vintage film of a family’s cane camping trip from Richardson to Kennebago. All with Narration by Historical Society Executive Director, Bill Pierce & Live Musical Accompaniment by the Sandy River Ramblers. Show starts at 7 PM each night. Enjoy cash bar (beer/wine), snacks to benefit the RFA. Silent Auction and Raffle to benefit OSHM.
All tickets are $10.00 in support of the Historical Society and are available in advance at the Outdoor Heritage Museum in Oquossoc.
August 2, 3, 4 & 5, 2019:
MIFF in the Mountains - The BEST of the MAINE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
Eight Films over four nights, different films at 5 & 8 PM. Individual films: $7 / Festival Pass: $50. For complete schedule of Films, check back in Mid July.