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Inaugural Film Festival
FORKS, Wash. – If you plan to volunteer near Forks, Wash., for the annual Washington Coast Clean-up on April 19, 2014, don’t miss the chance to be part of the first ever River & Ocean Film Festival at the Forks High School auditorium, 261 Spartan Ave. Doors open at 6 p.m. and films begin at 7 p.m.
The festival features short films that highlight the beauty and opportunity of the “wet side” of the Olympic Peninsula while raising awareness of challenges faced by its aquatic life and human communities. Admission is free and open to all, and films are family-friendly. The festival takes place in conjunction with the Washington Coast Clean-up and RainFest River & Ocean Fair. The lineup includes:
- The Wild Olympic Coast, Florian Graner at Sea Life Productions
- Tides of Change, Silver Fir Media
- Marine Spatial Planning on the Washington Coast, Swell Productions
- This is Where I Belong, Stony Point Pictures
- Cape Flattery Beach Clean-up, Dave Forcucci
The festival is sponsored by Washington Sea Grant, North Pacific Coast Marine Resource Committee, North Pacific Coast Lead Entity, Pacific Coast Salmon Coalition, and the West Olympic Council of the Arts.