Library to hold drawing for Port Townsend Film Festival passes

Library to hold drawing for Port Townsend Film Festival passes

PORT HADLOCK — The Jefferson County Library will hold a drawing for passes to this year’s Port Townsend Film Festival.

The library, which typically hosts free screenings of several of the films featured at the festival, has partnered with Michelle Sandoval, from Windermere Agents of Good Roots, to offer free six-film passes to the festival.

This year’s festival, which runs from Sept. 24 though Oct. 4, is completely online this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The passes will enable recipients to stream up to six films, with their accompanying interviews, during the 10-day festival.

Film fans can sign up for the drawing at

The deadline for entries is Sept. 14.

For more information on the festival, visit

More in Entertainment

Port Townsend Film Festival online this year

80 films, interviews, panels, awards available

Centrum to host conversation about youth, justice

By Diane Urbani de la Paz For Peninsula Daily News Before entering… Continue reading

Panto actors in virtual COVID-19 Film Festival

Free show can be watched on Facebook

Kate McDermott to host virtual cooking class

Learn to make hand pies, cinnamon sugar tasties

Fiber seascape to open Saturday at Port Angeles Fine Arts Center

Gallery transformed with ocean-inspired installation

‘Together We Soar’ coming to Port Angeles Farmers Market

JFFA Market Art activity set for Saturday

‘Feeling Through Experience’ movie free Saturday

Film available to live-stream via Port Townsend Film Festival

Rally for the Rose gets flood of responses

Theater will survive after fundraising results, owner says

PAFAC opens call for art for two December events

Wintertide Maker’s Market, Light Art Experience accepting submissions

Museums open doors after months in the dark

Governor’s new guidance sets rules for reopening

Twilight Saga to be featured in Forks with virtual festival

Online events set Thursday through Sunday