Carolyn Macartney made her first film with a Double 8mm film camera that she found in her grandmother’s attic. Her award-winning work is imbued with strong characters portrayed as outsiders and non-conformists. In her latest docudrama, Wanda the Wonderful, starring Arianne Margot, Zach Rose and James McMurtry, Carolyn turns her lens on a mysterious and legendary member of her own family: her notorious, sharp-shooting grandmother.
The Catalina Film Society presents a special screening of Wanda the Wonderfulon Wednesday, October 21, at the historic Overlook Hall located at 209 E Whittley Avenue in the town of Avalon on Catalina Island. The screening is a community event and admission is free with a suggested $10 donation benefitting the Catalina Island Foundation. Snacks and beverages will be provided and the show starts at 7pm. For further questions about the screening, visit OverlookHall.com.
Hear from Brandon Vedder as he talks to Ron about ‘la source‘, a documentary he co-wrote and co-produced about two brother’s love for their home in Haiti and their efforts to improve life in their home town of la source. Also on discussion is the 2011 short documentary ‘Catalina Explore Project‘ Brandon co-directed with Zac Smith of catalina.com.
**Be sure to attend this special screening Saturday April 13th at 1:00** A Q&A with Brandon Vedder will take place immediately following the films.
Screening this week takes place at the Avalon Community Church.
Did you miss the live Q&A? Well to test your visual imagination here is the direct audio (sometimes it does get quite) for you to enjoy and picture what it would have been like, and what it will be like next time when you get to make it out…