Did you miss TWO FACES OF THE SEA? Here's another chance to see it!

TWO FACES OF THE SEA tells the story of Maine fishermen and the difficulties they face every day harvesting the ocean. The documentary was filmed locally, in the 1970's, by Frank Cantor -- whose film career began in the village of Port Clyde, Maine.

TWO FACES OF THE SEA was recently screened at the Strand; Cantor has also made the film available for all to view by going to this link:

https://vimeo.com/130913477

Password: PORTCLYDE

 

This widely seen film has been honored by national and international awards including:

* 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
* Selected for study by The Robert Flaherty Film Seminar * Cine Golden Eagle - Cine International Film Festival

TWO FACES OF THE SEA was produced for Maine’s Department of Sea and Shore Fisheries by The Film Group, Inc. of Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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