A collaboration between the Newburyport Documentary Film Festival and RAW Art Works. Five student-created short films will screen with an audience Q&A after each one. The best film will be selected by Erin Trahan, one of the festival judges, and will be announced at the close of the event.
WHEN: Saturday, September 15th
TIME: 11:30am -1:00pm
WHERE: Newburyport Public Library
My Black is… by Miguel Valdez & Eunice Beato
Civil Discourse by Hunter Wagner
The Rain Talks by Jacqueline Benevides
Chet’s Video by Ana Quigley
Delicious Inheritance by Margaret Krawitz
This is a free event to the public!
The Firehouse Center for the Arts is adjacent to Newburyport's scenic waterfront park. The Firehouse Center is a hallmark for local culture and arts. Programming is broad-based, and includes dance, music, theater, and art.See map
The Screening Room is Newburyport’s gem of a cinema. This 99-seat theater has been running reels nightly since 1982. The Screening Room is one of the only places on the North Shore that shows independent and foreign films.See map
The Newburyport Public Library occupies a historic federal mansion in downtown Newburyport. The Tracy Mansion has an impressive history of early guests including George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and John Adams.