Its Happening! The Seventh Annual River and Ocean Film Festival Will Be Presented Online
The 7th Annual River and Ocean Film Festival will be presented as an online event this year. Starting on September 17, streaming episodes will be posted online for viewing from the comfort of your home, office, or anywhere you happen to be with your favorite internet-connected device. As always, we will bring you a collection of short films that highlight the human and natural dimensions of the West End of the Olympic Peninsula.
The River and Ocean Film Festival is brought to you this year by the North Pacific Coast Marine Resources Committee and Washington Sea Grant.
Registration is encouraged! Register here.
Episode 1 will be released on September 17th and features 3 films:
- When Goats Fly by Eliza Goode/Olympic National Park
- Coldwater Connection by Shane Anderson/North Fork Studios
- Power of Kelp by Paul Hillman/Fahad Aldaajani
Episode 2 will be released on September 24th and features 4 films:
- A worldwide premier of The Olympic Coast as Sentinel by Sam Kleinfinger
- Coho Fight Club by David Hahn
- Summer Backpacking at Naturebridge by Modoc Stories/Naturebridge
- Stories from the Blue: Million Waves Project by Silver Fir Media/NOAA National Marine Sanctuaries
Episode 3 will be released October 1st and features 2 films:
- Volunteer and Be Inspired at Olympic National Park by Silver Fir Media/Olympic National Park
- From Source to Sea: Dungeness Watershed by Silas Crews/Story Crane Productions
Film Submissions Wanted!
Film submissions for future film festivals are now being accepted. Films must be less than 20 minutes long, and relevant to the natural or social dimensions of the West End of the Olympic Peninsula. To submit a film, please contact Ian Miller at email@example.com or by phone at 360.417.6460.