10th Annual Sausalito Film Festival

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Presented by Sausalito Film Festival at Callippe Theater at Cavallo Point, Fort Baker, Sausalito CA

Jul 21 - 22
10th Annual Sausalito Film Festival

The Festival presents 4 films this year at Cavallo Point, about an elephant rescue, saving a wetland wilderness, winemakers in Portugal, and the threat of rising seas

In this town of characters and contradictions, an idea was born: A Sausalito Film Festival …Experience.

Films that speak to our naturally rebellious nature, our creative soul, our passion for cultural understanding.

Coupled with conversations and presentations that will stimulate, and provoke the senses.  Because this is no mere picture show.

 

SATURDAY JULY 21ST

LOVE & BANANAS – 3:30 Reception  /  4:30 Film
After waiting 2.5 years, actor/director Ashley Bell and a team of elephant rescuers led by world renowned Asian elephant conservationist, Lek Chailert, embark on a daring mission 480 miles across Thailand to rescue Noi Na, a 70-year old partially blind trekking elephant and bring her to freedom.
TICKETS – $30

INTO THE OKAVANGO – 7:00 Film  /  8:30 Reception  SOLD OUT
This film chronicles a team of modern-day explorers on their first epic four-month, 1,500-mile expedition across three countries to save the river system that feeds the Okavango Delta, one of our planet’s last wetland wildernesses, now under siege due to increasing pressure from human activity.
Complimentary with RSVP – SOLD OUT, Waiting list only

 

SUNDAY JULY 22ND

A YEAR IN PORT – 3:00 Film  /  5:00 Port Tasting
Join filmmaker David Kennard and renowned wine importer Martine Saunier for a spirited trip to the land where the beguiling libation of Port was born. This beautiful documentary journeys through the Doruo Valley in Portugal, exploring four award-winning winemakers: Symington Family Estates, Taylor Fladgate, Ramos Pinto and Nieport.
TICKETS – $30

ANOTE’S ARK – 6:30 Reception  /  7:30 Film
Kiribati faces the unstoppable rise of the sea, which will engulf the nation before long. The people of Kiribati will soon be the world’s first “climate change refugees.”  Can these people survive as their country disappears?
TICKETS – $25

ADMISSION INFO

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Additional time info:

Saturday, July 21:
LOVE & BANANAS – 3:30 Reception / 4:30 Film
INTO THE OKAVANGO – 7:00 Film / 8:30 Reception – SOLD OUT

Sunday, July 22:
A YEAR IN PORT – 3:00 Film / 5:00 Port Tasting
ANOTE’S ARK – 6:30 Reception / 7:30 Film

VIDEOS

  • Love & Bananas

LOCATION

Callippe Theater at Cavallo Point, Fort Baker

601 Murray Circle, Sausalito, CA 94965

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