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Saturday 3/22

6:00-7:30 Akari Opening Night Party
6:30 Railroad Square Opening Night Party
8:00 Nickelodeon Opening Night Film, The Jewish Cardinal, with q&a
Railroad Square Opening Night Film, The Jewish Cardinal
Frontier Opening Night Film, The Jewish Cardinal
The Strand Opening Night Film, The Jewish Cardinal
10:15 Nickelodeon Awake Zion, with after party at Federal Spice

Sunday 3/23

10:00 Portland Museum of Art Women Filmmakers Forum brunch
10:30 Portland Museum of Art Forum Panel – Introductory Address by Rachel Healy of the ACLU on Title IX, Monica Haim (Awake Zion), Susan Muska and Great Olafsdottir (Edie and Thea), Alice Agneskirchner (An Apartment in Berlin), and Boston Attorney Sandra Forman
Presented in association with Maine Media Workshops + College
12:30 Portland Museum of Art Women Filmmakers Forum Focus Film, An Apartment in Berlin, Intro by the German Consulate
Director present for q&a
Railroad Square Women Filmmakers Forum Focus Film, An Apartment in Berlin
Frontier Women Filmmakers Forum Focus Film, An Apartment in Berlin
2:30 Portland Museum of Art Free Legal Round Table
2:30 Nickelodeon Free Youth Film – My Australia
3:00 Railroad Square Free Youth Film – My Australia
Frontier Free Youth Film – My Australia
3:30 Portland Museum of Art Jon Imber’s Left Hand, Q&A with Richard Kane to follow
5:30 Nickelodeon The Gatekeepers
Railroad Square Epilogue
Frontier Sleeping With the Fishes
7:30 Railroad Square Awake Zion
Frontier Quality Balls
8:00 Nickelodeon Edie and Thea: A Very Long Engagement, Intro by Zach Heiden of the ACLU, filmmaker q&a to follow
10:00 Nickelodeon Quality Balls

Monday 3/24

1:00 The Strand An Apartment in Berlin, with q&a
5:30 Nickelodeon Harbour of Hope, with q&a and reception to follow
8:00 Nickelodeon Fill the Void
10:00 Nickelodeon Kaddish for a Friend

Tuesday 3/25

1:00 Holocaust and Human Rights Center Lunch and Learn
2:00 Portland Museum of Art Do You Believe in Love? Intro by Susan Greenwood from the Cromwell Center
Holocaust and Human Rights Center The Role of Archive in Restoring and Conserving Identity Conference
4:00 Nickelodeon Quality Balls
5:30 Holocaust and Human Rights Center The Role of Archive in Restoring and Conserving Identity Dinner
6:00 Nickelodeon Hollywood and Hitler, Special Presentation with author Prof. Tom Doherty, Q&A and reception to follow Intro by Ariel Rogers
7:00 Holocaust and Human Rights Center Harbour of Hope screening
8:30 Nickelodeon Out in the Dark

Wednesday 3/26

1:00 Nickelodeon Epilogue
1:00 The Strand Aftermath
4:00 Nickelodeon Do You Believe in Love?
5:30 Nickelodeon Bethlehem
6:00 Salt Institute for Documentary Studies Jon Imber’s Left Hand
7:30 Nickelodeon Sleeping With the Fishes
10:00 Nickelodeon The Wonders

Thursday 3/27

1:30 Portland Museum of Art Senior Film – Ahead of Time
6:00 Nickelodeon LGBT Film – Melting Away, reception to follow
Salt Institute for Documentary Studies Awake Zion
8:00 Nickelodeon Aftermath
10:10 Nickelodeon Lola, with Q&A

Friday 3/28

3:00 The Strand Free Youth Film – My Australia

Saturday 3/29

6:00 Portland Museum of Art Closing Night Flim: The Zig Zag Kid

Saturday 4/5

8:00 Bangor Opera House The Gatekeepers

Sunday 4/6

1:00 Bangor Opera House Ahead of Time
5:00 Bangor Opera House The Wonders
7:30 Bangor Opera House Bethlehem

Venues

Akari 193 Middle St., Portland
Nickelodeon Cinemas 1 Temple St., Portland
Salt Institute for Documentary Studies 561 Congress St., Portland
Portland Museum of Art 7 Congress St, Portland, ME
Railroad Square Cinema 17 Railroad Square, Waterville, ME
The Strand Theatre 345 Main St, Rockland, ME
Frontier 14 Main St., Brunswick
Federal Spice 225 Federal St, Portland, ME
Holocaust and Human Rights Center 46 University Drive,  Augusta, ME
Susan Maasch Fine Art 4 City Center, Portland, ME