Lighthouse International Film Society will present a screening OUR VIEW OF VIETNAM with Q&A to follow with the filmmaker, John Kurash, on November 12, 2016 at the Long Beach Island Historical Museum at 8:00pm.
Find out more about this new independent film by visiting http://www.allintimefilm.com/.Air Date: October 13, 2016
Listen as Christine talks with Eleanor Wilson, Bat-Sheva Guez, and Farihah Zaman about film making, writing, and challenges that female filmmakers face.
Lighthouse International Film Festival is thrilled to announce the inaugural launching of -WRITE BY THE SEA writers retreat for women screenwriters and female filmmakers. This first year, three writers came to LBI for a week leading up to and including the festival, with no obligation except to foster their creativity on whatever project they are currently working. That’s it. No deadlines, no contingencies. Write. Create. The houses are donated by Long Beach Islanders to LIFF just for this purpose; to encourage the “creative juices.” and to Be inspired by LBI’s natural gifts, the essence of why the island is so beloved.Air Date: June 10, 2016
By Bat-Sheva Guez
In this magical realism tale, an injured young dancer flees her old life and moves into a strange dilapidated apartment – an apartment with a view into a world that moves to its own distinct rhythm.
Screens Saturday June 11th 1:15pm at the Long Beach Island Historical Museum.Air Date: June 9, 2016
with Tom Bentey.
Every summer Bobby throws the best block party…
Screens Saturday June 11th at 1:15pm at the Ship Bottom Fire Station.Air Date: June 9, 2016
Screening June 11th at 3:30pm at the Long Beach Island Historical Museum.Air Date: June 9, 2016
In the radioactive Dead Zone surrounding Chernobyl”s Reactor No. 4, a defiant community of women scratches out an existence on some of the most toxic land on Earth. They share this hauntingly beautiful but lethal landscape with an assortment of interlopers”scientists, soldiers, and even “stalkers””young thrill-seekers who sneak in to pursue post-apocalyptic video game-inspired fantasies. Why the film”s central characters, Hanna Zavorotyna, Maria Shovkuta, and Valentyna Ivanivna, chose to return after the disaster, defying the authorities and endangering their health, is a remarkable tale about the pull of home, the healing power of shaping one”s destiny and the subjective nature of risk.
Screens Saturday June 11th, at 1pm at the Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences.Air Date: June 9, 2016
In October 2006 a four-year-old from Corpus Christi, Texas named Andrew Burd died mysteriously of salt poisoning. His foster mother, Hannah Overton, was charged with capital murder, vilified from all quarters, and sent to prison for life. But was this churchgoing young woman a vicious child killer? Or had the tragedy claimed its second victim? Until Proven Innocent documents the battle by this mother of five ” and her Dream Team of pro-bono lawyers ” over nearly eight years in a desperate attempt to win her freedom. Winner of the Dallas Film Festival”s Audience Award” the film is a worthy addition to the genre of documentaries such as Making a Murderer and The Oath that focus on the murky world of the law, the possibility of missteps and oversight in the process and above all, if truth and justice will prevail, the filmmakers skillfully guide you through the case with extraordinary access to its players, and carefully craft a lasting, important film that will resonate immensely.
Screens Friday June 10th, 8:00pm at the Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and SciencesAir Date: June 7, 2016
A father’s irresponsible handling of his gun could have life shattering consequences for his family.
Screening 11:15am June 11th at the LBI Historical Museum.Air Date: June 6, 2016
Shot almost exclusively on LBI, Alex Markman”s breakout feature film spins the story of its title character, a troubled young drifter stranded in a small beach town, who breaks into a wealthy home and cons her way into the good graces of the family that lives there. Stephanie Brait gives a pitch-perfect performance as Colby, a young woman harboring an inner battle that sways like the ocean she finds herself facing. Taking a deep look at a complex, intricate character, the film portrays a singular vision that always takes the most interesting roads along its journey.
Screening Saturday June 11th at 8:00pm at the Long Beach Island Historical Museum.Air Date: June 3, 2016
A high school basketball player, Sam, struggles to understand the way life works and discovers truly how fragile life is.
Screens June 10th at 3:15pm at the Long Beach Island Historical Museum.Air Date: June 2, 2016
Just Beneath the Surface’ is a mini documentary focusing on the the Long Beach Island area. Specifically, this is a look at two hyperlocal food sources – blue claw crabs and Jersey tomatoes and find out what it is about Southern Ocean County that inspires local artists. Even more so, it delves into the characters of the area as we meet Richie the Crabber, Tomato Jay, Bunkerfish and Cathleen Engelsen.
This film screens June 11th at 3:30pm at the Surf City Volunteer Fire Station.Air Date: May 31, 2016
A unique film about New York and surfing history, Fire and Water introduces a new historical POV to the sports action industry through the lives of its eclectic surfing community made up of firefighters. Bringing to light rare and brand new archival footage never seen by the public, it adds to the lore of the surfers and films that came before it with its own fascinating chapter. Spanning NYC to Hawaii and back, the legacy of New York surfers, Hawaii wave breaks and firefighters become intertwined in a perfectly told tale. Add in some of the biggest names in surfing history paying homage to these brave men & women and it”s a story that needs to be told and a film that demands to be seen.
See Fire and Water Friday June 10th at 8:15pm at the Surf City Volunteer Fire Station.Air Date: May 26, 2016
The seafood production dock of Viking Village, Barnegat Light, N.J. and filmmaker David Kaltenbach have combined forces to bring the past 125 years to the screen in a compelling documentary focusing on one of the most dangerous occupations in the world. ‘Yesterday’s Fish Today’s Challenges‘ is the incredible story of the Scandinavians settling at the northern tip of Long Beach Island and forging the roads to establish the commercial fishing industry. By stepping back to the turn of the century, this marvelous fish story takes you on an in-depth journey of the decades and ends up at the doorsteps of today’s local fishermen.
See this film Saturday June 11th at 3:30pm at the Surf City Volunteer Fire Station.Air Date: May 23, 2016
Brendan Walsh is our guest talking about his new film “Space Cadet.” Get the inside scoop on this great short film. Find it screening June 11th at 1:15pm at the Long Beach Island Historical Museum as a part of the Lighthouse International Film Festival.Air Date: May 20, 2016
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