This event is in the past
Every day, through Oct 4
This is an online event · Online
$60 - $120
The only thing lost in this year's Port Townsend Film Festival is the scenic drive to the Olympic Peninsula; the program, which boasts over 75 films and will stream online, is as noteworthy as ever. In addition to Her Effortless Brilliance, a music-filled documentary celebrating the late Seattle filmmaker Lynn Shelton, created by her longtime friend Megan Griffiths, features to look out for Baato (through Oct 4), which follows a family's annual 200-mile on-foot migration from their village in the Himalayas of Nepal to sell medicinal plants in the city markets, which one year is intersected by a construction gang building a modern new highway to China. Another highlight is A Home Called Nebraska, a feature doc, which follows refugees who rely on the seemingly conservative midwestern state for safety from the violence of their home countries.