On the eve of the ‘Grand Reopening’ of the family’s shuttered movie palace, Lily struggles to uphold the dreams of her idealist father (Harry) while facing the reality that the theatre cannot be maintained. Attempting to prevent inevitable foreclosure she has brokered a deal to sell the theatre, but in all the preparations for tonight’s big show, Lily can’t seem to find the opportunity to speak to Harry about what the future might hold. “The Liberty” makes its Washington State premier at this year’s Gig Harbor Film Festival.
When a contractor is captured in Iraq by rebels, the only way to gain her freedom is to offer information or end up collateral damage. “Why We Fight” makes its Washington State premier at this year’s Gig Harbor Film Festival.
Set on a remote stretch of stormy coastline, a hardened young woman agrees to dinner at the home of an aging recluse. Featuring Screen Actors Guild Award nominee Meg Steedle (HBO’s “BOARDWALK EMPIRE”) and Academy Award nominee, Golden Globe and Independent Spirit Award winner Bruce Davison (“LONGTIME COMPANION”). “The Lightkeeper” makes its Washington State premier at this year’s Gig Harbor Film Festival.
Based on true events surrounding Mansfield Female College, the first female college west of the Mississippi, “Her Calling” tells the story of a young female student forced to give up her studies and become a nurse during the Civil War, always holding true to her passion. “Her Calling” makes its Washington State premier at this year’s Gig Harbor Film Festival.
1875, Indian Territory. Bass Reeves, is the first African-American to be deputized by the U.S. Marshal service. His wife, Nellie Jennie Reeves, tries to persuade Bass not to leave for his own safety, but Bass argues that it’s the best job he can get to keep a roof over his family’s head.