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newportFILM To Present Last Two Outdoor Screenings of the Summer

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

 

Mission Blue

newportFILM will host their last two outdoor screenings of the season. The two documentaries are Emptying the Skies and Mission Blue.

Emptying the Skies

On August 28, newportFILM will screen Emptying the Skies at the Norman Bird Sanctuary, 583 3rd Beach Road, Middletown. There will be a post-film Q&A with producer & co-director Roger Kass. This event is a joint fundraiser to benefit newportFILM & Norman Bird Sanctuary.

Two options are available for the evening:

Starting at 6:30PM
Live music by Honey Hollow + Appetizers courtesy of Glorious Affairs + Libations by Spiked Seltzer + Sunset film screening
$30/person (purchase online or at the door)

- OR -

Starting at 7:45PM
Sunset film screening only
$5/person suggested donation (donate at the door)

- Tallulah on Thames taco cart, Le Petit Gourmet & Boru Noodle Bar will be on-site selling food
- Picnics welcome
- NO smoking or pets

Rain Venue: Casino Theater, 9 Freebody Street, Newport

RSVP & watch trailer here.

Mission Blue

Next week, on September 4, newportFILM will present Mission Blue at King Park, Wellington Avenue, Newport. Director Robert Nixon will be on hand for a Q&A following the screening.

Film begins at sunset (approx. 7:15PM)

- Pre-film music by Lainey Dionne, featuring Izzy Marcil
- Free bike valet courtesy of Bike Newport (tune ups for a small charge)
- Tallulah on Thames taco cart, Le Petit Gourmet & Boru Noodle Bar will be on-site selling food
- Picnics welcome

Rain Venue: Casino Theater, 9 Freebody Street, Newport

RSVP & watch trailer here.

 

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