Awards Weekend Finale ~ Pasadena, CA
Mar
31
to Apr 1

Awards Weekend Finale ~ Pasadena, CA

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Awards Weekend Celebration

Hosted by the Los Angeles Branch of the Anthroposophical Society

Schedule of Events:

Friday, March 31st at 8:00 pm

"Generation Juxtaposition"

Young and old come together in this inspiring program that juxtaposes the wise nature of the elderly with the spirited vulnerability of youth. And sometimes vice versa.

Films: Zero-G, Another Kind of Girl, Afternoon Tea, Tuesday, Bacon & God's Wrath, Love. Love. Love.

Saturday, April 1st at 3:00 pm

"Curator's Choice"

A Special Screening: Stories of hope & strength of communities coming together.

Films: A Certain Kind of Light, Fear, From the Stars, We All We Got & Barriers of Separation

Saturday, April 1st at 7:00 pm

Awards Screening

Presentation & Screening of Audience & Jury Award Winners

Films Showing: A Doll's House, A New Home, Afternoon Tea, Bacon & God's Wrath, Pink Boy & The Girl Whose Shadow Reflects The Moon

Reception at 7:00 pm. Screening at 8:00 pm. Refreshments provided by Elderberries Threefold Cafe.

All screenings followed by Q&A with festival founders Michael Harrington & Matthew Temple.

Tickets: $10 (suggested donation) per person, per screening or $25 for all festival pass.

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HI Los Angeles ~ Santa Monica, CA
Mar
30
7:30pm 7:30pm

HI Los Angeles ~ Santa Monica, CA

"Curator's Choice"

A hodgepodge of award-winning films from each of our regular programs as chosen by the Wandering Reel curator.

Films Showing: TBA

Screening followed by Q&A discussion with festival director, Michael Harrington and co-found Matthew Temple.

Tickets: Free Event! Donations welcomed at the door.

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Henry Miller Library ~ Big Sur, CA
Mar
26
7:00pm 7:00pm

Henry Miller Library ~ Big Sur, CA

CANCELLED DUE TO PFEIFFER BRIDGE CLOSURE

(we will reschedule as soon as Big Sur is open again)

"Curator's Choice"

A hodgepodge of films from each of our programs as chosen by the Wandering Reel curator and friends at Henry Miller.

Films Showing: TBA

Screening followed by Q&A discussion with festival director, Michael Harrington.

Tickets: $10 (suggested donation at the door or by clicking here now)

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Pt Montara Lighthouse Hostel ~ Montara CA
Mar
24
6:00pm 6:00pm

Pt Montara Lighthouse Hostel ~ Montara CA

Act 1. Another Kind of Girl Collective

Seven films by seven different teenage girls living in Syrian refugee camps in Jordan. Visit www.anotherkindofgirl.com to learn more.

Act 2. "Curator's Choice"

A hodgepodge of films from each of our programs as chosen by the Wandering Reel curator and friends at Pt Montara Lighthouse Hostel.

Films Showing: Forget Shorter Showers, Bright Spots & More TBA!

Screening followed by Q&A discussion with festival director, Michael Harrington.

Tickets: $5 - $12 suggested donation at the door

Doors open at 6:00 pm, Movies start at 6:30 pm

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Delphian School ~ Sheridan, OR
Mar
18
6:30pm 6:30pm

Delphian School ~ Sheridan, OR

"Generation Juxtaposition"

Young and old come together in this program that juxtaposes the wise nature of the elderly with the spirited vulnerability of youth. And oftentimes, vice versa.

Films Showing: Zero-G - 70-some Years - Another Kind of Girl - Afternoon Tea - Tuesday - Bacon & God's Wrath - Love. Love. Love.

Screening followed by Q&A discussion with festival director, Michael Harrington.

Free event! Open to the community at large. Everyone welcome.

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Thumbnail Theater ~ Snohomish, WA
Feb
25
7:30pm 7:30pm

Thumbnail Theater ~ Snohomish, WA

"Curator's Choice"

A hodgepodge of films from each of our programs as chosen by the Wandering Reel curator and friends at Thumbnail Theater.

Films Showing: Another Kind of Girl - Pink Boy - 70-some Years - Bright Spots - From The Stars - Love. Love. Love - Bacon & God's Wrath

Screening followed by Q&A discussion with festival director, Michael Harrington.

Tickets: $10 (at the door or online here)

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Lyric Cinema Cafe ~ Ft Collins, CO
Feb
20
6:30pm 6:30pm

Lyric Cinema Cafe ~ Ft Collins, CO

"Generation Juxtaposition"

Young and old come together in this program that juxtaposes the wise nature of the elderly with the spirited vulnerability of youth. And oftentimes, vice versa.

Films Showing: Zero-G - 70-some Years - Another Kind of Girl - Afternoon Tea - Tuesday - Bacon & God's Wrath - Love. Love. Love.

Screening followed by Q&A discussion with festival director, Michael Harrington.

Tickets: $9 (at box office or www.lyriccinemacafe.com)

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Nomad Playhouse ~ Boulder, CO
Feb
18
to Feb 19

Nomad Playhouse ~ Boulder, CO

The Nomad Playhouse Presents

A weekend with Wandering Reel Traveling Film Festival. Includes four different original programs of award winning short films from around the world. Screenings begin at 4:00pm and 7:30pm on both Saturday, February 18th & Sunday, February 19th.

Festival Schedule:
Saturday, February 18th at 4:00pm
Program 1: "THE WORK WE DO"
Does our work define who we are? And how does that identity affect our community and the people around us? In this program, we learn lessons from a prizefighter, a half blind photographer, an aging steam plant worker, a determined composer, a teenage refugee, and a depressed psychiatrist about the work we do and how personal legacy can inspire more than just individual success.
Films: El Tigre - Flo - Fear - Counsellor - Heavy Fog Tonight - Snow - The Real Work

Saturday, February 18th at 7:30pm
Program 2: "Mobilize"
Immigration and climate change are two of the biggest issues facing the world today. This collection of inspiring films delve deep into some of our current problems and show that human compassion, curiosity, and a little mobilized action can go a long way to making the world a better place.
Films: Patriot - For My Friends in Detention - Mobilize - Forget Shorter Showers - Bright Spots - Teen Press
Screening followed by Q&A with "Teen Press" director, T.C. Johnstone.

Sunday, February 19th at 4:00pm
Program 3: "We All We Got"
We as people live next to each other and on top of each other and yet so often we are defined by our differences and desires to remain divided. "We All We Got" explores this division, highlighting the importance of community and the infinite strength we can only build together.
Films: Pink Boy - A New Home - Good White People - We All We Got - Zero M2

Sunday, February 19th at 7:30pm
Program 4: "Generation Juxtaposition"
Young and old come together in this program that juxtaposes the wise nature of the elderly with the spirited vulnerability of youth. And oftentimes, vice versa.
Films: Zero-G - 70-some Years - Another Kind of Girl - Afternoon Tea - Tuesday - Bacon & God's Wrath - Love. Love. Love.

Each program also features a film from the Another Kind of Girl Collective, 7 short documentaries created by teenage girls living in Syrian refugee camps in Jordan.

www.anotherkindofgirl.com

All screenings followed by Q&A discussion with festival director, Michael Harrington.

Tickets:
Single Screening: $7/Students, $10/Adults
Full Festival Pass: $25/Students, $32/Adults

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Barnstormers Theatre ~ Grants Pass
Nov
19
7:30pm 7:30pm

Barnstormers Theatre ~ Grants Pass

"Generation Juxtaposition"

Young and old come together in this program that juxtaposes the wise nature of the elderly with the spirited vulnerability of youth. And oftentimes, vice versa.

Films Showing: Zero-G - 70-some Years - Another Kind of Girl - Afternoon Tea - Counsellor - Tuesday - Bacon & God's Wrath - Love. Love. Love.

Screening followed by Q&A discussion with festival director, Michael Harrington.

Tickets: $10

Serving: Popcorn, Snacks & Drinks!

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Barnstormers Theatre ~ Grants Pass, OR
Nov
19
2:00pm 2:00pm

Barnstormers Theatre ~ Grants Pass, OR

"A Certain Kind of Light"

Directed by Brandon Vedder

At 93 years old, Wilber "Wil" Alexander has sat at the bedside of the sick and dying for the last 40 years, inviting the wounded to tell their stories, walking alongside them and aiding in their search for meaning. Wil cares for sick, wounded and terminal patients without science or modern technology. His main concern is their individual story and helping them untangle its complexities to encounter meaning.

He asserts that spirituality weaves throughout all other areas of one's being, making it very dangerous to ignore in a healing setting. Wil wields story like a gifted surgeon does a scalpel in these masterly, nuanced and spirit-lead sessions. These sessions dive to a unique depth with higher stakes as Wil's personal health wains in a way that puts him face to face with his own mortality.

Documentary ~ 37 minutes

Watch the Trailer Here

Tickets: Per donation at the door. All donations to benefit Lovejoy Hospice.

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Barnstormers Theatre ~ Grants Pass, OR
Nov
18
7:30pm 7:30pm

Barnstormers Theatre ~ Grants Pass, OR

"The Work We Do"

Does our work define who we are? And how does that identity affect our community and the people around us? In this program, we learn lessons from a prizefighter, a half blind photographer, an aging steam plant worker, a determined composer, a teenage refugee, and a depressed psychiatrist about the work we do and how personal legacy can inspire more than just individual success.

Films Showing: El Tigre - Flo - Dreams Without Borders - Fear - Heavy Fog Tonight - The Real Work - Snow

Screening followed by Q&A discussion with festival director, Michael Harrington.

Tickets: $10

Serving: Popcorn, Snacks & Drinks!

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Bolinas CommUnity Center ~ Bolinas, CA
Nov
12
7:00pm 7:00pm

Bolinas CommUnity Center ~ Bolinas, CA

Bolinas CommUnity Center Presents

"Mobilize"

Immigration and climate change are two of the biggest issues facing the world today. This collection of inspiring films delve deep into some of our current problems and show that human compassion, curiosity, and a little mobilized action can go a long way to making the world a better place.

Films Showing: Children - Patriot - For My Friends in Detention - Barriers of Separation - Mobilize - Forget Shorter Showers - Bright Spots - Teen Press

Screening followed by Q&A discussion with festival director, Michael Harrington.

Tickets: Per suggested donation at the door: $5 -$15 sliding scale

Serving: Beer and snacks!

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Dance Palace ~ Point Reyes, CA
Nov
11
7:00pm 7:00pm

Dance Palace ~ Point Reyes, CA

"The Work We Do"

Does our work define who we are? And how does that identity affect our community and the people around us? In this program, we learn lessons from a prizefighter, a half blind photographer, an aging steam plant worker, a determined composer, a teenage refugee, and a depressed psychiatrist about the work we do and how personal legacy can inspire more than just individual success.

Films Showing: El Tigre - Flo - Dreams Without Borders - Fear - Heavy Fog Tonight - Snow - The Real Work

Screening followed by Q&A discussion with festival director, Michael Harrington.

Tickets: Per suggested donation at the door: $5 - $15 sliding scale

Serving: Beer, Popcorn & Snacks!

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Point Reyes Hostel ~ Point Reyes, CA
Nov
10
7:30pm 7:30pm

Point Reyes Hostel ~ Point Reyes, CA

"Postmodern Fairy Tales"

Not your children’s fairy tales. These films are twists on old parables, exploring themes for a mature audience that include grief, the loss of innocence, and the blurred lines of dreams giving way to unfettered fantasy.

Films Showing: The Girl, Whose Shadow Reflects The Moon - Sacha L'Ours - A Doll's House - From The Stars - Os Vivos Tambem Choram

Screening followed by a Q&A discussion with festival director, Michael Harrington.

Tickets: Free! Donations accepted.

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The Rec ~ Fort Jones, CA
Oct
28
7:00pm 7:00pm

The Rec ~ Fort Jones, CA

Scott Valley Film Coalition Presents

"Generation Juxtaposition"

Young and old come together in this program that juxtaposes the wise nature of the elderly with the spirited vulnerability of youth. And oftentimes, vice versa.

Films Showing: Zero-G - 70-some Years - Another Kind of Girl - Afternoon Tea - Counsellor - Tuesday - Bacon & God's Wrath - Love. Love. Love.

Screening followed by Q&A discussion with festival director, Michael Harrington.

Tickets: $7

Serving: Drinks & Snacks!

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Arcata Playhouse ~ Arcata, CA
Oct
27
5:30pm 5:30pm

Arcata Playhouse ~ Arcata, CA

TRUEntertainment Presents

"Mobilize"

Immigration and climate change are two of the biggest issues facing the world today. This collection of inspiring films delve deep into some of our current problems and show that human compassion, curiosity, and a little mobilized action can go a long way to making the world a better place.

Films Showing: Patriot, For My Friends in Detention - The Silence of Nature - Mobilize - Forget Shorter Showers - Bright Spots - Teen Press

Screening followed by Q&A discussion with festival director, Michael Harrington.

Tickets: Per $12 suggested donation at the door

Serving: Vegetarian Meal + a Movie

Doors open at 5:30. Movies start at 6:30.

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City Lights Cinema ~ Florence, OR
Oct
25
6:00pm 6:00pm

City Lights Cinema ~ Florence, OR

"Generation Juxtaposition"

Young and old come together in this program that juxtaposes the wise nature of the elderly with the spirited vulnerability of youth. And oftentimes, vice versa.

Films Showing: Zero-G - 70-some Years - Another Kind of Girl - Afternoon Tea - Counsellor - Tuesday - Bacon & God's Wrath - Love. Love. Love.

Screening followed by Q&A discussion with festival director, Michael Harrington.

Tickets: $6.50 members/$7 kids/$8 students/senior/military/$9 regular

Visit CityLightsCinema.com For More Info

Serving: Beer and popcorn and snacks!

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City Lights Cinema ~ Florence, OR
Oct
25
12:00pm12:00pm

City Lights Cinema ~ Florence, OR

"Generation Juxtaposition"

Young and old come together in this program that juxtaposes the wise nature of the elderly with the spirited vulnerability of youth. And oftentimes, vice versa.

Films Showing: Zero-G - 70-some Years - Another Kind of Girl - Afternoon Tea - Counsellor - Tuesday - Bacon & God's Wrath - Love. Love. Love.

Screening followed by Q&A discussion with festival director, Michael Harrington.

Tickets: $6.50 members/$7 kids/$7.50 matinee

Visit CityLightsCinema.com For More Info

Serving: Beer and Popcorn and Snacks!

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Performing Arts Center ~ Newport, OR
Oct
24
7:00pm 7:00pm

Performing Arts Center ~ Newport, OR

Bijou Theatre Presents

"We All We Got"

We as people live next to each other and on top of each other and yet so often we are defined by our differences and desires to remain divided. "We All We Got" explores this division, highlighting the importance of community and the infinite strength we can only build together.

Films Showing: Pink Boy - Barriers of Separation - A New Home - Good White People - We All We Got - Zero M2

Screening followed by a Q&A discussion with festival director, Michael Harrington.

Tickets: $7.50 adults / $7 OCCA members, seniors, students

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Performing Arts Center ~ Newport, OR
Oct
23
7:00pm 7:00pm

Performing Arts Center ~ Newport, OR

Bijou Theatre Presents

"The Work We Do"

Does our work define who we are? And how does that identity affect our community and the people around us? In this program, we learn lessons from a prizefighter, a half blind photographer, an aging steam plant worker, a determined composer, a teenage refugee, and a depressed psychiatrist about the work we do and how personal legacy can inspire more than just individual success.

Films Showing: El Tigre - Flo - Dreams Without Borders - Fear - Heavy Fog Tonight - Snow - The Real Work

Screening followed by a Q&A discussion with festival director, Michael Harrington.

Tickets: $7.50 adults / $7.00 OCCA members, seniors, students

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Cultural Center ~ Lincoln City, OR
Oct
22
7:00pm 7:00pm

Cultural Center ~ Lincoln City, OR

"Generation Juxtaposition"

Young and old come together in this program that juxtaposes the wise nature of the elderly with the spirited vulnerability of youth. And oftentimes, vice versa.

Films Showing: Zero-G - 70-some Years - Another Kind of Girl - Afternoon Tea - Counsellor - Tuesday - Bacon & God's Wrath - Love. Love. Love.

Screening followed by a Q&A discussion with festival director, Michael Harrington.

Tickets: Per donation at the door - sliding scale $5 - $12

Serving: Drinks and snacks!

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Bijou Theatre ~ Lincoln City, OR
Oct
22
11:00am11:00am

Bijou Theatre ~ Lincoln City, OR

"Postmodern Fairy Tales"

Not your children’s fairy tales. These films are twists on old parables, exploring themes for a mature audience that include grief, the loss of innocence, and the blurred lines of dreams giving way to unfettered fantasy.

Films Showing: Sacha L'Ours - A Doll's House - From The Stars - Os Vivos Tambem Choram

+ a Special Showing of the Award Winning Classic Short:

The Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge (1962)

During the Civil War, a southern civilian is about to be hanged for attempting to sabotage a railway bridge. When the execution takes place from the bridge, the rope breaks and he begins his escape toward home.

Screening followed by a Q&A discussion with festival director, Michael Harrington.

Tickets: $2 at the door

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Congregational Church ~ Lincoln City, OR
Oct
21
7:00pm 7:00pm

Congregational Church ~ Lincoln City, OR

"A Certain Kind of Light"

Directed by Brandon Vedder

At 93 years old, Wilber "Wil" Alexander has sat at the bedside of the sick and dying for the last 40 years, inviting the wounded to tell their stories, walking alongside them and aiding in their search for meaning. Wil cares for sick, wounded and terminal patients without science or modern technology. His main concern is their individual story and helping them untangle its complexities to encounter meaning.

He asserts that spirituality weaves throughout all other areas of one's being, making it very dangerous to ignore in a healing setting. Wil wields story like a gifted surgeon does a scalpel in these masterly, nuanced and spirit-lead sessions. These sessions dive to a unique depth with higher stakes as Wil's personal health wains in a way that puts him face to face with his own mortality.

Documentary/37 minutes

Watch the Trailer Here

Screening will also include a sneak peek at some of the films Wandering Reel will showcase Saturday night at the Lincoln City Cultural Center and Sunday & Monday at the Performing Arts Center in Newport.

Free. All are welcomed.

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Hoffman Center ~ Manzanita, OR
Oct
20
7:30pm 7:30pm

Hoffman Center ~ Manzanita, OR

"Postmodern Fairy Tales"

Not your children’s fairy tales. These films are twists on old parables, exploring themes for a mature audience that include grief, the loss of innocence, and the blurred lines of dreams giving way to unfettered fantasy.

Films Showing: The Girl Whose Shadow Reflects The MoonSacha L'Ours - A Doll's Hosue - From The Stars - Os Vivos Tambem Choram

Screening followed by a Q&A discussion with festival director, Michael Harrington.

Tickets: $5 at the door

Serving: Snacks and Drinks!

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60+ Activity Center ~ Newport, OR
Oct
18
11:30am11:30am

60+ Activity Center ~ Newport, OR

Sneak Peek

A Special preview of Wandering Reel with festival director and curator, Michael Harrington. Michael will show a few films from our 2016 programs in anticipation of our events across Lincoln County the coming weekend.

Films to be shown: Bacon & God's Wrath, From the Stars, Snow and a few surprises. All 60+ community members are welcome.

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5th Avenue Cinema ~ Portland, OR
Oct
16
6:30pm 6:30pm

5th Avenue Cinema ~ Portland, OR

Media Institute for Social Change Presents

"Mobilize"

Immigration and climate change are two of the biggest issues facing the world today. This collection of inspiring films delve deep into some of our current problems and show that human compassion, curiosity, and a little mobilized action can go a long way to making the world a better place.

Films Showing: Patriot - For My Friends in Detention - The Silence of Nature - Mobilize - Forget Shorter Showers - Bright Spots - Teen Press

+ Special Screening of Wage/Work, produced as part of the Media Institute for Social Change's summer documentary program.

Screening followed by Q&A discussion with festival director, Michael Harrington.

Tickets: Per suggested donation at the door: $5 - $10

Serving: Popcorn!

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5th Avenue Cinema ~ Portland, OR
Oct
15
6:30pm 6:30pm

5th Avenue Cinema ~ Portland, OR

Media Institute for Social Change Presents

"We All We Got"

We as people live next to each other and on top of each other and yet so often we are defined by our differences and desires to remain divided. "We All We Got" explores this division, highlighting the importance of community and the infinite strength we can only build together.

Films Showing: Pink Boy - Barriers of Separation - A New Home - Good White People - We All We Got - Zero M2

+ Featuring a special screening of Olive & Dingo, produced as part of the Media for Social Change summer documentary program.

Screening followed by Q&A discussion with festival director, Michael Harrington.

Tickets: Per suggested donation at the door: $5 - $10

Serving: Popcorn!

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Thumbnail Theater ~ Snohomish, WA
Oct
12
7:30pm 7:30pm

Thumbnail Theater ~ Snohomish, WA

"The Work We Do"

Does our work define who we are? And how does that identity affect our community and the people around us? In this program, we learn lessons from a prizefighter, a half blind photographer, an aging steam plant worker, a determined composer, a teenage refugee, and a depressed psychiatrist about the work we do and how personal legacy can inspire more than just individual success.

Films Showing: El Tigre - Fear - Heavy Fog Tonight - Snow - The Real Work

+ Special Screening of Teen Press.

Screening followed by Q&A discussion with festival director, Michael Harrington.

Tickets: $10.00

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