LANGLEY, WA.—The Clyde Theatre announces four weeks of mid-week films from veteran local filmmakers Mark Dworkin and Melissa Young, of Moving Images in Clinton. For over 30 years, Young and Dworkin have produced documentaries on Whidbey, as well as across North America, in Europe and Central and South America.
Their films will screen on Wednesdays and Thursdays at The Clyde, 217 First Street, Langley WA, at 7:30 p.m. The films shown on a given Wednesday will repeat on Thursday of that week. For those with health concerns, the Clyde staff is always masked, and part of the theatre is set up for socially distanced seating. Festival passes, four evenings for $30, are now available at the Clyde ticket office.
More info: www.theclyde.net.
March 15, 16 - WE ARE NOT GHOSTS [Detroit - revitalizing the city, with urban gardens, other projects, Langston Hughes Film Festival], and SHIFT CHANGE [worker coops in Spain and the U.S., aired nationally on PBS]
March 22, 23 - ISLAS HERMANAS [sister islands of Bainbridge and Ometepe in Nicaragua, broadcast on KCTS/9], HOW CAN I KEEP ON SINGING? [stories of settler and indigenous women in Central Washington late 19th century, aired nationally on PBS, many on Whidbey helped create the film], and EVER GREEN [Whidbey Environmental Action Network]
March 29, 30 - NET LOSS [dangerous impacts of salmon farms in the Pacific Northwest and Chile, aired nationally on PBS], and GOOD FOOD [sustainable food and farming in the NW, aired nationally on PBS]
April 5, 6 - ARGENTINA - HOPE IN HARD TIMES [grassroots responses to a devastating economic collapse, filmed in the streets of Buenos Aires in 2002, International Human Rights Film Festival] and DON'T GIVE UP YOUR VOICE [the most recent Moving Images film about Argentina that shows how grassroots resistance helped defeat a right wing president.]