TWO FACES OF THE SEA and DEEP WATERS

Two locally filmed movies about coastal Maine living

TWO FACES OF THE SEA

Filmed locally in the ‘70’s, TWO FACES OF THE SEA  is an award-winning short documentary film about the lives
of Maine Fisherman and the difficulties they face every day to harvest the sea.

Directed by Frank Cantor, produced for Maine’s Department of Sea and Shore Fisheries. Frank Cantor will host a Q&A after the screening. Approximate running time: 20 min. Appropriate for all ages.

* Grand Award, Berlin International Film Festival

* Bronze Cindy, Information Film Producers of America

* Silver Medal, Atlantic Film Festival

* Chris Award, Columbus Film Festival

* Blue Pencil Award, Federal Editors Association

* Silver Award, U.S. Film and Television Festival
          
* Award for Creative Excellence,
    U.S. Industrial Film Festival, Chicago
* Blue Ribbon, American Film Festival

* Cine Golden Eagle - Cine International Film Festival

DEEP WATERS

In this drama, filmed on location in Vinalhaven, Maine, the life of a young lobster fisherman is forever changed by an orphan boy. The fisherman's girlfriend got him involved with the troubled lad, who had been caught stealing while in a foster home, in order to provide a good role-model for the young man. With the help of one of his partners the fisherman succeeds.

Directed by Henry King

Starring Dana Andrews, Jean Peters, Cesar Romero

USA | 1948 | NR | 85 min

Show Dates & Times:

8/2/15 - Sunday

2:00 pm,
Admission: 

Free Admission

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