104 N. Commercial St.
“VISIONS & VOICES: Forgotten Films From Cinema’s Women Directors,” samples films from “Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers,” a collection of historical films recently curated by Kino Lorber distribution company and the Library of Congress.
The series includes a variety of features and short films ranging from slapstick comedies to melodramas and thrillers––all from female directors. Audience members are invited to participate in a Q&A event after each film.
FRIDAY, MARCH 1: Mount Baker Theatre, 104 N. Commercial St., Bellingham 6 p.m. “The Curse of Gwon Quon,” “When Little Lindy Sang,” and feature “49-17.” Tickets are $10 (+ $1.25 historical venue fee) and are available here: https://bit.ly/2EL7NP1
FRIDAY, MARCH 8: Firehouse Events Center, Fairhaven. 7 p.m. “Be Natural,” a new Oscar-nominated documentary about silent film director Alice Guy Blache, directed by Pamela Green. Tickets $10 and available at Brown Paper Tickets. https://bpt.me/4034334
More information is available at www.cascadiafilmfest.org