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Speakers: Dr. Juan Carlos
Conesa, Prof/Chair of the Dept.
of Economics SBU; plus a
member of the film’s
production team


March 19
7pm
Theatre Three

THE CHINA
HUSTLE


Speaker: Laurence Maslon,
Screenwriter & Co-Producer


March 26
7pm
Long Island Museum

SAMMY DAVIS,
JR.: I'VE GOTTA
BE ME


Speaker: Erika Cohn, Director


April 2
7pm
Long Island Museum

THE JUDGE


Speaker: Daniel McCabe,
Director
Moderator: Dr. Shimelis Gulema,
Prof. Africana Studies
and History, SBU


April 9
7pm
Theatre Three

THIS IS CONGO


Speaker: Alison Chernick,
Director


April 16
7pm
Theatre Three

ITZHAK


Speaker: Lisa Immordino
Vreeland, Director


April 23
7pm
Long Island Museum

LOVE, CECIL


Speaker: Guy Fiorita, Director


April 30
7pm
Long Island Museum

MOLE MAN

Spring 2018 Season Passes Now Available

The discounted passes are $40 for seven films beginning on March 19th and running for seven consecutive Mondays through April 30th. We will send the passes out as soon as possible after we receive the order. Please order using the PayPal button below! You do not need a PayPal account to order the passes.

SPOTLIGHT ON A SPECIAL SUMMER EVENT

Please view some memories of our special summer Wine and Cheese Reception and screening of the film SOUR GRAPES, followed by a “Q and A” with director, Reuben Atlas.  Again, we would like to thank Pindar Vineyards Port Jefferson Wine Shop for providing their delicious wines and C’est Cheese, Pt. Jefferson, Brew Cheese, Stony Brook, Bliss Restaurant, E. Setauket and Wild By Nature, E. Setauket for providing the scrumptious cheese platters!  And of course, we would like to thank all who attended for your support of the Port Jefferson Documentary Series. (Photos and Slide Show by Lynn Rein)

Best_of_Long_island_2017_best_film_festival_port_jefferson_documentary_series

“Long Island’s film festival scene has come a long way, and it’s undeniable that each plays a vital role in giving Long Island audiences a diverse offering of films. Standing out for its devotion to documentaries—which are evocative, thought provoking, and shed light on often-unrepresented segments of our population—is the Port Jefferson Documentary Series. The series has been highlighting some of the best documentaries from around the world since 2005. For more than a decade, the Port Jefferson Documentary Series’ volunteer members diligently screen a vast assortment of films each and every year in order to select the best documentaries that should be represented. Talk about commitment to the arts! Its no wonder why Long Islanders voted Port Jefferson Documentary Series the best!”

-Best of LI