Earlier this year, we profiled Mark Titus’ fantastic wild salmon documentary, The Breach. The film is now available on DVD.
Here’s a note from Titus, the director and writer of the movie, with some other tidbits about future screenings in Washington State:
I’m excited to report The Breach is available for purchase on Amazon today. You can pick up your copy by clicking this link right here: BUY DVD
And there’s more exciting news. The White House has confirmed the President will be visiting Dillingham in Bristol Bay the first couple days of September. We’re sure hoping to get him a copy of the film to watch during the commute from the greater DC area. Here’s the article: PRESIDENT OBAMA IN BRISTOL BAY
As for the goings-on in the next couple months, we’re thrilled to be screening at the Port Townsend Film Festival Friday, September 25that the Peter Simpson Free Cinema at 12 noon. 15 minutes later, another screening begins at the Northwest Maritime Center – 12:15. Final screening will be on Saturday the 26th at 3pm at the Rosebud Cinema. Here’s the website: THE BREACH at PORT TOWNSEND
Next up: the Icicle Creek Center for the Arts on October First at the Sleeping Lady Resort in Leavenworth on October 1st at 7pm. Here’s the link: SLEEPING LADY
Two days later, we’re proud to announce The Breach will screen at the Ellensburg Film Festival on October 3rd at 12:15. Here’s the link to that goodness: ELLENSBURG
And for now, the last date to report is a screening at the Friday Harbor Film Festival. The Festival runs November 6th 7th and 8th. Check this link on September 1st for date, time and tickets. FRIDAYHARBOR