The Red Shed Film Fest features short films across several genres; read on for a glimpse into the selection process for a few of the featured films, with notes from our Programming Coordinator, Henry Cooper.
Red Shed Film Festival 2017 is fast approaching! Sustainability and clean living are important in our lives, but no more so than for the Coffman family in the satirical short movie Green House from filmmaker William Coughlin. The Coffman’ s are desperate to win their bid for residency in a new, environmentally-friendly condo. Putting their best face forward, they work to convince a jaded government auditor that their lifestyle makes them worthy of acceptance. But when another couple vies for the same home, a battle for environmental superiority begins.
The RED SHED FILM FEST
TUESDAY, APRIL 25TH AT 7PM
TICKETS $10 WITH PROCEEDS TO SUPPORT MOTIF NO. 1 DAY ARTS PROGRAMMING
Purchase your tickets for the upcoming Red Shed Film Fest online or reserve by calling (978) 309-3435.
Proceeds from ticket sales go to support the arts programming of Motif No. 1 Day — and don’t forget the fact that you are supporting independent filmmakers by attending the Red Shed Film Fest! The fest features a juried selection of short films covering a range of themes and produced in a range of styles.
Enjoy a light reception after the screening where the audience choice award winner will be announced.
Special thanks to Brothers’ Brew Coffee Shop for providing the food and to Rockport Music for providing the venue for the film fest!
Have you checked out The Other Cape?
It’s a new online magazine and resource that highlights all that is awesome about our own Cape Ann. There’s a lot to highlight: the incredible places, food, events and people on Cape Ann mean the stories on The Other Cape will keep coming.
And speaking of incredible people, one of our own, Lila DeLuca of Rockport, is featured in the latest story on The Other Cape about competing on the cooking show MasterChef Junior. Though she’s just in 5th grade, Lila has managed to become a pro at cooking.
We were especially thrilled that she cited the Seafood Throwdown at Harvestfest as one of her inspirations. It’s exciting to realize the ways in which Harvestfest and other community events can serve to educate and motivate the Rockport’s next generation.
Check out the story and the rest of the magazine HERE…
We’re looking forward to watching the rest of the season of MasterChef Junior (you can watch episodes HERE ) and to cheering Lila on!