Sunny Sausalito Welcomes Second Festival with Films & Events

by Bryce J. Renninger
July 20, 2010 6:24 AM
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The second annual Sausalito Film Festival in California's Bay Area, is set to kick off their program of films and relevant events August 13-15. The festival pairs films with musical performances, panels, and other events relevant to the topics of the films in the lineup. Commenting on the still green festival, founder Antonio Captretta noted, “Sausalito and Cavallo Point provide the ideal backdrop for a premiere film festival experience given its picturesque beauty and creative, nonconformist and infamous past which continues to attract artists, writers, philosophers, rock legends and film stars." The festival will take place at the sustainable Cavallo Point lodge below the Golden Gate Bridge. For more information, visit the fest site here.

The films in this year's lineup are (with descriptions provided by the festival):

"The Dry Land," Ryan Piers Williams
"Climate Refugees," Michael Nash
"Waste Land," Lucy Walker
"Peaceable Kingdom," Jenny Stein
"The Anatomy of Vince Guaraldi," Andrew Thomas & Toby Gleason
"Nowhere Boy," Sam Taylor-Wood
"Terra Madre," Ermanno Olmi
"How I Am" ("Wie Ich Bin"), Ingrid Demetz & Caroline Leitner
"What if Cannabis Cured Cancer," Len Richmond
"Mick’s Pick Mademoiselle Chambon," Stéphane Brizé

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