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Tahoe Film Fest

  • 05:00 PM - 05:00 PM
  • Dec 05-08, 2019
  • North Lake Tahoe

December 5–8, 2019

Tahoe Film Fest is a welcome addition to the cultural atmosphere in one of the most spectacular places to visit

Tahoe Film Fest Announces Line-up NORTH LAKE TAHOE​ – Tahoe Film Fest is pleased to announce their Opening Night Film for the 5th annual film festival event.​ Visit ​www.tahoefilmfest.com for trailers and details.

Opening Night–Thursday, December 5

Marriage Story
Starring Scarlett Johansson, Adam Driver, Laura Dern, Alan Alda, Ray Liotta, Merritt Wever and Julie Hagerty is directed by Academy Award nominee Noah Baumbach. This highly anticipated film will open the festival at the Incline Village Cinema.

Friday, December 6

6:00pm – Collisions

8:00pm – Artifishal

Saturday, December 7

2:00pm – Sea of Shadows

4:00pm – The Story of Plastic

6:30pm – Midway – Special Screening

9:00pm – Chicuarotes

Sunday, December 8

2:00pm – The Pollinators

4:00pm – Right to Harm

6:00pm – Closing Night Film – The Two Popes


NORTHSTAR VILLAGE CINEMA


Saturday, December 7

2:00pm – The Condor & The Eagle

4:00pm – The Map to Paradise

6:30pm – Honeyland

8:45pm – The River and the Wall

Sunday, December 8

2:00pm – N. Scott Momaday: Words from a Bear

4:00pm – Harvest Season

6:00pm – Sea of Shadows


CRYSTAL BAY CLUB CASINO CROWN ROOM


Thursday, December 5

9:00pm – Out of Bounds

Friday, December 6

6:30pm – Clarence Clemmons: Who Do You Think I Am?

9:00pm – Echo in the Canyon

Saturday, December 7

6:30pm – Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice

9:00pm – David Crosby: Remember My Name

Sunday, December 8

9:00pm – Raul Julia: The World’s a Stage

More…

Crystal Bay Crown Room will be screening a series of musical documentaries throughout the festival including:
Echo in the Canyon
Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice
David Crosby: Remember My Name​
​Clarence Clemons: Who Do You Think I Am​?

UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center (TERC) is the beneficiary of Tahoe Film Fest. All (100%) of the proceeds from the festival directly benefit TERC. Tahoe Film Fest is pleased to announce a stunning line-up of new and important environmental films which include: ​
Sea of Shadows
The Map of Paradise
Artifishal
The River and the Wall
The Story of Plastic,
The Condor & The Eagle
Pollinators
Right to Harm
Eating Animals
The Need to Grow
Honeyland and ​N. Scott Momaday: Words from a Bear​

Films will also be screened at Northstar Village Cinemas
A Latin film sidebar highlights​ Raul Julia: The World’s a Stage, Harvest Season​ and ​Collisions

Look out for a “surprise screening” and the Closing Film. The full program with descriptions of all the films as well as information on lodging, dining, tickets and more for the upcoming Tahoe Film Fest can by found at ​www.tahoefilmfest.com

Those who live in and around Lake Tahoe respect their environment and there are countless organizations that exist to protect beautiful Lake Tahoe. The premiere section of the Tahoe Film Fest’s programming are environmental films. The Film Fest tries to locate new and important environmental films to showcase as a way of not only educating young people, but to celebrate the efforts of everyone who helps to maintain the beauty of such a pristine lake and its’ surroundings. Tahoe Film Fest also celebrates a section of American Independent Films, New Films from Latin America and a Filmmaker Tribute.

All proceeds from Tahoe Film Fest benefit UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center (TERC).

Please follow the Tahoe Film Fest on Facebook for updates and information.

 

Learn more about the UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center and the public Tahoe Science Center at http://tahoe.ucdavis.edu or www.TahoeScienceCenter.org or visit us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/terc.ucdavis.

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