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Guest Speaker: Frédéric Tcheng,
Director


September 9
7pm
The Long Island Museum

HALSTON

Guest Speaker: Michael Dominic,
Director


September 16
7pm
Theatre Three

CLEAN HANDS

Guest Speakers: Mary Gidley
(via Skype) and Fé Seymour,
subjects in film


September 23
7pm
Theatre Three

THE RAFT

Guest Speaker: Göran Björkdahl,
Researcher/Cinematographer and
Subject in Film


October 7
7pm
Theatre Three

COLD CASE
HAMMARSKJÖLD

Guest Speaker: David Hambridge,
Director (via Skype)


October 14
7pm
Theatre Three

KIFARU

Guest Speaker: Bradley Meek,
President of the Board of
the Long Island Gay Men's Chorus


October 21
7pm
Theatre Three

GAY CHORUS
DEEP SOUTH

Guest Speaker: Peggy Drexler,
Producer


October 28
7pm
The Charles B. Wang Center

MIKE WALLACE
IS HERE

Memories of Our 50th Anniversary of “Woodstock ’69” Screening of WOODSTOCK: THREE DAYS THAT DEFINED A GENERATION and Pre-screening “Wine and Woodstock” Party on 7/29/19 at Theatre Three

(Photos Courtesy of Lynn Rein and Eric Fieldstadt)

CONTEST WINNERS
WOODSTOCK: I WAS THERE

Congratulations to our First Place Winners!

Winning Photograph: Jeannie Whitworth, Lynn Haven, Florida

I can’t feel my face. That’s because you’re stoned! People to the left of us, people to the right of us, people in back and people in front. Sometimes, people on top of us. Bey hey, we’re here at Woodstock, who cares! A Flower Power, Psychedelic experience to be sure. OMG, it’s Santana “Evil Ways.” It that a naked guy running towards the stage? Listen, listen — “Soul Sacrifice.” It certainly was. It’s 4pm and we are drenched with sweat. Someone catch that water. Just pour it over me. John Sebastian — “I Had a Dream.” Grateful Dead — “Mama Tried.” It’s about 3am and finally, Janis Joplin — “Summertime.” Here’s to Southern Comfort, and I just made 400,000 new friends!!

Winning Essay: Lynn Rein, Setauket, New York

The winners for the WOODSTOCK: I WAS THERE contest have been chosen by our judges. The first and second place winners of both the essay contest and the photo contest will be advised by mail. The winning photo will be displayed on the big screen before the film and the winning essay will be read by actor/director Jeff Sanzel. Prizes will be mailed to the first place winners if they are not in attendance. We want to thank everyone who participated. All of the entries were truly wonderful. We hope to post as many of them as we can on our Facebook page as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Woodstock ‘69.

Thanks to all who took the time to vote and return your audience award ballots following each screening. The votes have been counted and we would like to announce that our 2019 Spring Audience Award goes to EMANUEL! In honor of this win, we gave a donation to the Impact Foundation, the charitable organization of the filmmakers’ choice. It was a close call, and, as in all past seasons, every film came in above the “Very Good” mark.

Memories of our Blues Concert and Screening of HORN FROM THE HEART: THE PAUL BUTTERFIELD STORY Film, May 20th at Theatre Three

We are totally thrilled and honored to announce that we have won the Best of Long Island Competition in the Film Festival category again for the third year in a row. Thanks to all of our doc film lovers and loyal supporters for voting for us!

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).