February 19, 2018



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Cocktails, Live Jazz, Dinner and Film at PTFF Gala, Sat. March 3, 5-7 pm,
only 14 tickets left!


One of Port Townsend's most popular events! Put on your favorite bling and join us Saturday evening at 5, the night BEFORE the Oscars, for PTFF's biggest party of the year! Live jazz, cocktails, appetizers, dinner, dessert dash and the lively stage presence of auctioneer and stage performers, John and Ann Ellis. We'll be auctioning new adventures with PTFF to raise money for September's Festival. Raise your paddle to support PTFF and independent film. You each receive a bid number and our software lets you run a tab. The last hour we turn off the lights to watch Oscar nominee trailers and share gossip from the stage. Guess the winners correctly and you could win a $1500 Patron Pass! See details and buy your tickets HERE.


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SAGAFTRA Workshop for Contracts FREE Feb 23 6:30pm

SAG-AFTRA brings together two great American labor unions: Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.

Please join us Feb. 23 at 6:30 pm, at the PTFF Office, 211 Taylor February 23 at 6:30 pm, at the PTFF Office, 211 Taylor with Chris Comte from SAG-AFTRA. He'll discuss Low Budget & New Media Agreements, and also cover the recently established Commercials Low Budget Digital Waiver. SAGindie has promoted the working relationship between professional actors and independent filmmakers since its formation in 1997. Comte offers clarity and kinship by guiding professionals through the SAG-AFTRA signatory process, making it even easier to hire professional actors, regardless of budget. JUST BECAUSE YOUR FILM ISN'T PRODUCED BY A STUDIO, IT DOESN'T MEAN YOU CAN'T USE PROFESSIONAL TALENT! For details call Chris Bricker 805-703-3867.

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Free! High & Hallowed Feb 28, 7pm, Wheeler Theatre, Fort Worden State Park

We help kick off PT Library's Community Read with our favorite local mountaineers and the film High & Hallowed. The film, about the 1963 American conquest of Mt. Everett, with original footage, is a favorite. The Community Read: "My Old Man and the Mountain", a memoir by Leif Whittaker, Jim Whittaker's son. High & Hallowed, directed by David Morton and Jake Norton, is the deeper story of the greatest Himalayan climb in American mountaineering history. And we are fortunate to have both world-renowned climbers, Jim and Dianne Whittaker (the first woman to climb K-2, to share their memories, introduce the film and stay after for Q&A. A rare appearance by local heroes!

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Weekend Jam-packed with Films, Events and Roundtables: Women & Film, Sat.-Sun., April 14-15 Passes on sale now!

Only 250 passes available for Women & Film. Join us for a weekend celebration of exceptional filmmaking. Your $75 pass buys a weekend of film, good food and energizing conversation about the new 'film revolution' that has brought to the forefront discrimination that challenges women who make films. All tickets include concierge service, Saturday night's screening of Catching up with Thelma and Louise, free coffee and a meet and greet at Taps at the Guardhouse & Sunrise Coffee on Sunday morning.

The complete program, with additional events, will be posted on our website soon. Remember only 250 passes will be sold. Thank you to this year's poster artist, Linda Okazaki!

For out-of-town guests: Fort Worden State Park is offering deep discounts of lodging, food. www.fortworden.org

Pass sales HERE. Janete Janette Force, Executive Director for PTFF
211 Taylor Street, Suite
401A
Port Townsend, WA  98368
360-379-1333/ Cell 360-774-1978
www.ptfilmfest.com



The 19th Annual Film Festival -September 21, 22 and 23, 2018

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