The BEST films of the Maine International Film Festival will be shown at MIFF in the Mountains: eight films over four nights, Sunday through Wednesday, July 30 through August 2, at the RFA Lakeside Theater in Rangeley. Film lovers rejoice! A different film at 5 PM and 8 PM each evening with discussions after each film. Opening Night Reception with William Wegman at 4:30 PM, July 30. Sponsored by Juliet J. Goodfriend. Buy individual MIFF movie tickets below, or get a Festival Pass by clicking here.
Home Tour and Taste of RangeleyRangeley Friends of the Arts
Aug 1st, 2017 Tickets: $25 Self-Guided Home Tour: 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm Taste of Rangeley: 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm at The Loon Lodge Inn & Restaurant
MIFF: The SoundingRangeley Friends of the Arts
Spectacularly shot on Monhegan Island, The Sounding speaks to all of us as Liv discovers the ability to talk through reading Shakespeare aloud. Talented director Catherine Eaton, also wrote and stars in this film that resonates Maine. Includes opening night reception with William Wegman at 4:30 PM.
MIFF: Strange WeatherRangeley Friends of the Arts
Oscar winner Holly Hunter loses her job in academia and she goes on a search to New Orleans to confront the man who stole her son’s concept for a new restaurant. This road trip yields many surprises and even a few laughs.
MIFF: Henry David Thoreau, Surveyor of the SoulRangeley Friends of the Arts
Award-winning-Maine filmmaker, Huey, paints a portrait of Thoreau and his influence on thought and environmentalism. Join the director for a Q and A after the screening.
MIFF: Tip of My TongueRangeley Friends of the Arts
To celebrate her 50th birthday, filmmaker Lynn Sachs gathers 12 fellow New Yorkers, who were born and lived all over the world, to help make a movie over a single weekend. Together they recollect strange and memorable moments they lived through.
MIFF: Abundant Acreage AvailableRangeley Friends of the Arts
Oscar nominee, Amy Ryan (GONE GIRL) stars in this film set on a North Carolina farm. Martin Scorcese. Executive Producer, and Angus MacLachlan, lead the outstanding crew who bring this haunting story to life. Some would say it is all about the land and what that teaches, or fails to teach, those who toil on it.
MIFF: Lives Well LivedRangeley Friends of the Arts
An uplifting film inspired by her 103-year-old grandmother, who teaches the director how to move gracefully through life. Four years and forty interviews later, the filmmaker finds others who have lived long and useful lives, and they add their sometimes-surprising perspectives.
Wedding Belles Community TheaterRangeley Friends of the Arts
Aug 18-21, 2017, 7:00 PM at the RFA Lakeside Theater. Reserved Seating: $20
Rangeley Comm. Chorus Concert 2Rangeley Friends of the Arts
Aug. 25, 2017 @ 7:00PM at the Church of the Good Shepherd General Admission: $15