Speaker: Bronwyn Berry,
Speaker: Jon Kasbe, Director
Speaker: Nancy Schwartzman,
RED ROLL RED
Speaker: Daniel A. Miller, Director
THE TALE OF
Speakers: Director Mark Hayes,
Producer Gabrielle Hayes
Speakers: Myra Scheer, executive
assistant to Rubell and Schrager;
Marc Benecke, doorman; Gerard
Renny, VIP doorman; Scottie
Taylor, bartender; and Chuck
Garelick, head of security
Speaker: Dr. Marnie Kula,
Director InStar Science
Research/Science Chair at
Ward Melville High School,
Three Village School District
Earl Vandermeulen High School
We were honored to win both the 2017 and 2018 Best of LI contest in the film festival category. It is now time to defend our title again and we hope you will help us come in first for 2019. Starting on Oct. 1st, please visit the Best of LI website to vote for us under ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT in the film festival category. You can vote once a day per e-mail address.
Theatre Three Open After Flooding
The October 1st screening of ROLL RED ROLL at Theatre Three will be held as planned. The flooded downstairs café from the torrential rains last Tuesday night has been completely cleaned and all is fine in the main theater.
Memories of our SOLD OUT A Toast to Ruth Bader Ginsburg Reception and Screening of RBG Film, June 25th at Theatre Three (Photos by Board Member Lynn Rein).
We won the 2018 Best of LI: Film Festival contest for the 2nd year in a row!
“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!”