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Friday Film Club: Maine Outdoor Film Festival (MOFF) Discussion

Friday, September 17 @ 4:00 pm 5:00 pm

The Camden Public Library’s Friday Film Club will resume online meetings on Friday, September 17, at 4:00 pm. The club meets monthly on third Fridays and is open to anyone who enjoys critically-celebrated movies, inspiring documentaries, and foreign films. In September, the group will be discussing the films screened in the Camden Amphitheatre at the free Maine Outdoor Film Festival, held on September 2, at 7:45 pm. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE FULL LINE-UP OF FILMS TO BE SHOWN. For those who are unable to attend the film festival in person, here are links to view a few of the short films that are available to be viewed online:

The Long Game (5m, view for free on Vimeo): https://vimeo.com/537386629

Sailing Cita (5m 36s, view for free on Vimeo): https://mainetheway.co/blogs/2020/11/11/sailing-cita

Project 20/20 (8m 45s, view for free on Vimeo): https://vimeo.com/491747384

Free As Can Be (31m, $6.99 on Vimeo): http://samuelcrossley.media/freeascanbe

Email jpierce@librarycamden.org to request a Zoom link to participate in the September 17 discussion.

The eight short films shown during the Maine Outdoor Film Festival on September 2 are intended to uplift and inspire. Topics will range from outdoor adventure, to conservation, to the healing powers of nature—which will surely encourage lively conversation at the September 17 film club Zoom meeting.

New members are always welcome, and there is no obligation to participate in discussions every month.

Film still from Free as Can Be (Samuel Crossley Media), a film about free climbing El Capitan, and one of the eight short films being shown at the Maine Outdoor Film Festival in the Camden Amphitheatre.

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