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Ocean Shorts

Thursday June 22 | 8:40pm
Second Beach Parking Lot (Drive-In)

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community event

newportFILM Outdoors is presented by
LILA DELMAN REAL ESTATE INTERNATIONAL

Join us for a DRIVE-IN screening of ocean short docs, featuring:

UNDER AN ARCTIC SKY (a Chris Burkard film)
trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oLYyftv3wWM

FISHPEOPLE (a Patagonia original film)
trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jmw1h0dqR0A

6:40PM - Gates & Food vendors open
7:25PM - Live music by Sarah Daigle
8:40PM - Screening begins

EVENT DETAILS:
- Free popcorn courtesy of St. Michael's Country Day School
- On-site food vendors: A Fork In The Road by Blackstone Caterers, Boru Noodle Bar, Tricycle Ice Cream
- BYO picnic
- The parking lot is concrete, so if you don't plan to sit in your car, a chair is suggested
- Bike racks on-site provided by Bike Newport
- Rain Venue: Casino Theatre, 9 Freebody Street, Newport

Free Event - Suggested $5 Donation 

ABOUT UNDER AN ARCTIC SKY:
Six surfers set sail along the frozen shores of Iceland, knowing that the worst storm to hit the country in twenty-five years is about to arrive. Enduring constant darkness and stormy seas, they discover perfect waves and make history by surfing under the northern lights.

(director: Chris Burkard)

ABOUT FISHPEOPLE:
A Film About Lives Transformed by the Sea
To some, the ocean is a fearsome place. But to others, it’s a limitless world of fun, freedom and opportunity where life can be lived to the full. A new documentary presented by Patagonia and directed by Keith Malloy, FISHPEOPLE tells the stories of a unique cast of characters who have dedicated their lives to the sea. From surfers and spearfishers to a long-distance swimmer, a former coal miner and a group of at-risk kids, it’s a film about the transformative effects of time spent in the ocean—and how we can leave our limitations behind to find deeper meaning in the saltwater wilderness that lies just beyond the shore.

(director: Keith Malloy, a Patagonia film)

90 minutes