The 19th iteration of Bainbridge Island’s regional film festival is in the works…
Submissions are now being accepted for Celluloid Bainbridge 2017, with works from both island and regional filmmakers welcomed. Films will be selected through juried review by local film professionals and enthusiasts, with submissions accepted online at FilmFreeway.
Celluloid Bainbridge will showcase a broad mix of entries from Bainbridge Island and around the Pacific Northwest. Films will be selected through juried review by local film professionals and enthusiasts. Films from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Alaska and British Columbia are once again eligible for consideration in this year’s festival lineup, alongside island-produced and centered works.
Celluloid Bainbridge will be held Nov. 4-5 at the Historic Lynwood Theatre on Bainbridge Island. All screenings will be presented in High Definition.
Submit your film to the Celluloid Bainbridge Film Festival below:
For information and complete submission guidelines on the Celluloid Bainbridge Film Festival, see www.celluloidbainbridge.com. An early-bird period with discounted submission fees runs July 1-30; our regular submission deadline is August 31; and late entries will be accepted with increased submission fees from September 1-30. A complete festival schedule, including opening night gala events, will be announced this fall once selections are made and the film lineup finalized. Additional details will be published throughout the submission period.
Join AHB for the First Friday Art Walk on August 4th. We’ll be hosting an exhibition of artwork created at Arts In The Park, the plein air arts event we sponsored in Waterfront Park earlier this month.
The show will include work by Diana Benjamin, Karen Chaussabel, Paula Ensign, Nancy Filsinger, Jan Frankina, Kara Sofie Friis, Gigi Godfrey, Kelly Johnston, Martha Jordan, Danis McDermott, Joanne Onorato, Michael Pontieri, and Pamela Wachtler. All of these artists donated their time and creative energies to make Arts In The Park an unforgettable afternoon. We hope you were there! But whether or not you were able to experience Arts In The Park in person, you can join us in celebrating the incredible artwork that came out of the event. Come revel in great art and help support AHB’s Individual Artist Fund, which empowers local artists with the means to pursue their passions.
Find us downstairs from our offices in the Marge Williams Center, 221 Winslow Way W.
WE ARE ARTS & HUMANITIES BAINBRIDGE
WHO WE ARE
As the nexus of all things cultural on Bainbridge Island, Arts & Humanities Bainbridge supports aspiring and professional artists, students, educators and cultural organizations, including more than 20 local nonprofit groups.
WHY WE’RE HERE
Art transforms lives. AHB believes exploration through the arts and humanities creates knowledge, understanding and compassion in our world. Nurturing our local artists reveals and elevates creative potential. We provide opportunities for artists to prosper, our youth to learn through art, and the community to engage in collaborative events. The arts and humanities enhance our quality of life and create a vibrant, attractive place to live, work and visit.
WHAT WE DO
AHB is the hub that helps the arts prosper and the humanities expand horizons for everyone. In our island community, the arts and humanities are integrated into all our activities, architecture, commerce, education and livelihood. At AHB we:
- Promote and steward art in our shared public spaces
- Place teaching artists in our local public school classrooms
- Showcase the art of gardening through Bainbridge In Bloom
- Host the popular Celluloid Bainbridge Film Festival
- Publish Currents arts magazine and an online Cultural Calendar
- Present annual awards to rising young artists and longtime island contributors
The arts and humanities cultivate a high quality of life, provide significant economic impact, and create a vibrant, attractive place to live, work and visit.