The 10th annual Bethesda Film Fest will feature six short documentaries made by local filmmakers at three screenings scheduled for Friday, April 29th (7pm) and Saturday, April 30th (6pm and 8:30pm) at Imagination Stage, 4908 Auburn Ave. in downtown Bethesda. The Bethesda Film Fest is supported by Bruce and Leslie Lane, and organized and managed by the Bethesda Arts & Entertainment District.
The films selected for the screening include:
- 1km a Pied, film by Rachel Menyuk of Silver Spring, MD
- La Manplesa, film by Ellie Walton of Mt. Ranier, MD
- My Brother is Deaf, film by Peter Kimball of Bethesda, MD
- Resurgence, film Kristen Adair of Washington, D.C.
- Time & Temperature, film by Justin Foreman, Baltimore, MD
- The Hill We Climb, film by Wide Angle Media, Baltimore, MD
All films are shown at each screening and will include a discussion with the filmmakers after the screenings. Tickets are available at www.bethesda.org for $12. Remaining tickets will be sold at the door.
Films were chosen by the Bethesda Film Fest selection panel, consisting of CJ Crimm, Independent Filmmaker; Michael Anthony, Creative Director at Pure Flow Productions, and Nina Seavey, Award-winning filmmaker and Founding Director of The Documentary Center in the School of Media and Public Affairs at The George Washington University from 1990-2020.
Bethesda Film Fest is supported by Bernard Family Foundation; The Donohoe Companies; Jane Fairweather Team, Long & Foster Christie’s International Real Estate; Suzanne Firstenberg; Judy Gilbert; David Goldberg; Kramer Architects; Lerch, Early, and Brewer; Jan McNamara and Oxman Studios.
For more information, please visit www.bethesda.org or call 301/215-6660.