MADE IN THREE OAKS FILM FEST
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The Three Oaks 150 celebration continues with Movies-in-the-Park, which includes three nights of free movies, plus some pre-show fun. Bring a chair or a blanket. Bring some snacks. Bring the whole family, and share the experience with the entire town. The movies will be projected under the stars, onto a giant inflatable 30 foot screen!
All showings are free and will begin at dusk at Dewey Cannon Park
- Friday, July 21st -
Made in Three Oaks Film Fest - A program of 3 short films, all of them “Made In Three Oaks”
THE HOUSE ON OAK STREET (2016) On Halloween, four middle school kids visit the scariest house in the neighborhood. directed by Kyle Misak. (19min).
WAITING FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES, (2006) Director Patricia Erens interviews patrons of the local drugstore who all get up early Sunday morning to get one of the limited number of copies of Sunday newspaper. (10min)
FATHER OF THE FEATHERBONE, (2015) An 18min documentary about E.K.Warren and Three Oaks, directed by Nick Bogert.
Plus some "Pre-Show Fun" with Nellie Belle the Clown and Company, starting at 8:30 pm.
PRANCER (1989) The beloved Christmas reindeer tale, directed by John Hancock. Filmed in part, in Three Oaks. Local “cast members” will gather before the screening.
- Friday, August 18th -
THE GENERAL (1927) In conjunction with Civil War Weekend, we present Buster Keaton’s silent masterpiece. (1hr 9min)
Friday, July 21st, at dusk; (Rain Date July 28th)
THE HOUSE ON OAK STREET
Directed by Kyle Misak, 19min NR (Rated PG)
WAITING FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES
Directed by Patricia Eherns, 10min NR (Rated G)
FATHER OF THE FEATHERBONE
Directed by Nick Bogert, 18min NR (Rated G)