Port Townsend: Film festival up and running

Pass the popcorn and give two thumbs up for the second annual Port Townsend Film Festival this weekend — three days of screening 22 films from around the world at four venues.

And screen star Eva Marie Saint is the featival’s featured guest.

Saint won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Edie in the 1954 classic, “On the Waterfront” with Marlon Brando. She also won critical acclaim for her role in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1959 hit, “North by Northwest” with co-star Cary Grant.

Film-screening locations are the Rose Theatre, Rosebud Cinema, the “The Broughton Theatre,” (Uptown Community Center, transformed into a 400-seat wide-screen venue) and a block party on Taylor Street, closed to traffic and opened for free outdoor movies.

Festival director Linda Yakush said she anticipates few changes, if any, in the scheduling of films and events.

This full report appears in Peninsula Spotlight magazine with the Friday/Saturday edition of the Peninsula Daily News. It’s on sale throughout the North Olympic Peninsula, but you can get the PDN delivered to your home or office by simply clicking on “Subscribe.”

More in News

New donation centers

Two new centers have been set up to accept help during the… Continue reading

Peninsula students make dean’s list in University of Washington semester

Several Olympic Peninsula natives have been named to the University… Continue reading

Man placed on $100k bail after attacking nurse and officers

Officers initially called to hospital for aggression

Chain gagng busy on county roads

The Clallam County Sheriff’s Office Chain Gang picked up… Continue reading

Mask-makers mobilize on Peninsula

Peninsula volunteers use sewing skills to help others

River’s Edge purchase step in Dungeness River preservation project

While dozens of projects throughout the region have been postponed,… Continue reading

School Districts start modified home learning

Strategies include work packets; Google Classroom

Virus cases continue to mount on Peninsula

Twenty people confirmed ill

Most Read