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Maine Audubon 2021 Earth Day MOFF screening

Expired April 30, 2021 1:00 AM
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Maine Outdoor Film Festival and Maine Audubon present the 8th annual special Earth Day celebration of outdoor adventure and conservation films.

Maine Outdoor Film Festival presents the 8th annual special conservation-themed version of the popular film tour. Join us for a curated selection of short independent films featuring the outdoors for a virtual celebration of Earth Day.

Maine Audubon is the state’s oldest and largest wildlife conservation organization.

Since 1843, we have been connecting people to nature through a science-based approach to conservation, education, and advocacy. The largest Maine-based wildlife conservation organization, Maine Audubon has eight wildlife sanctuaries, 10,000 members, 2,000 volunteers, and serves over 50,000 people annually. Learn more at

This film program features the following films:

Title   -   Minutes   -   Short Synopsis   -   Directors   -   Filmmaker Origin:

LESSONS FROM JEJU   -   13.25   -   Free diving legend Kimi Werner explores the rich history and culture of the Haenyeo, an iconic and resilient group of free diving women on the Island of Jeju.   -   Nicole Gormley   -   Venice, CA

WINTER STILLNESS   -   3.5   -   I am always inspired by the still coldness of winter. This entire film is filmed with an anamorphic lens.   -   Jeshua Soucy   -   Belgrade, Maine

MAINE COAST   -   3.5   -   Silent film with imagery of the Maine Coast filmed with super 8mm camera.   -   Nate Allard   -   Arrowsic/Phippsburg, Maine

AMAZING GRACE: THE LITTLE OLYMPIANS   -   3.75   -   A 4-minute, slow motion film that explains, and celebrates, the grace and behavior of hummingbirds ... while also urging environmental awareness in your own backyard.   -   Roger McCord   -   Maine

3 WHEELS UNDER THE SUN   -   18.64   -   Justin and An'so embarked on a grueling 6000km honeymoon across Eurasia, on a machine that only a wacky engineer could dream of. Mixing his passion for cycling and rowing, Justin pours his wildly creative genius into a 3 wheeled solar machine in his Vancouver based workshop.   -   Aaron Enevoldsen   -   Canada

WORKING WITH YOU TO KEEP CASCO BAY BLUE   -   4   -   We are drawn to the sea. Casco Bay connects southern Maine with the rest of the world. Friends of Casco Bay is using a community-oriented approach to protect this shared resource from the effects of climate change and pollution.   -   Knack Factory   -   Maine

DIP AND SWAY   -   3.9   -   Dip and Sway showcases traditional seamanship accompanied by music written and produced by a local musician.   -   Dylan Ladds, Dooster   -   Belfast, Maine

SALT PINE SUMMER   -   3.9   -   Great cinematography   -   Liam Scanlon   -   Woolwich

THE FOG   -   4   -   Interesting perspective on the pandemic   -   Art Bell   -   Old Orchard Beach

RECYCLED TO RIDE   -   4.4   -   Local New Hampshire surfer and surf crafter, Korey Nolan, has blended his love of surfing with his passion for environmental advocacy to create sustainable, creative surf craft that inspires change.   -   Anna Burns and Jack Bouchard   -   Maine and New Hampshire

TAKING CARE EPISODE 1 MAINE   -   5.75   -   This film follows John Connelly, a volunteer for the Maine Island Trail Association (MITA), and takes us up the rugged coast of Maine. Though it’s one of the lesser-known trails in the Northeast, the Maine Island Trail is also one of the most unique—America’s first recreational water trail.   -   Sam Davies   -   Vermont

KINDRED   -   6.6   -   Aural historian, jazz musician, sound-collage artist, and environmentalist Jack Loeffler shows us what it means to truly listen to the natural world outside our window.   -   Ben Moscona / Jason Edelstein   -   Ben is from Bozeman, Montana and Jason is from Denver, Colorado

AARON - SAILMAINE   -   1   -   SailMaine is a local non-profit providing access to Portland's waterfront to all.   -   Swallowtail / Dean Merrill   -   Portland, Maine

MYRTLE SIMPSON - A LIFE ON ICE   -   34   -   This profile features trailblazer, Myrtle Simpson, who has explored the world with her four children in tow.   -   Leigh Anne Sides   -   United States