Through Facebook Live, you can visit with the filmmakers of the Chesapeake Film Festival at home. Introducing CFF, In Residence, a new series that connects you with our filmmakers while we all stay at home during the pandemic. They’ll discuss their interest in storytelling, voice overs, behind-the-scenes and much more. See them in their element and learn about some of their most prized possessions.
The next CFF, In Residence features local filmmaker Ted Adams at 1:00 pm this Thursday, April 23. Ted Adams’ award-winning films include TRI, Othello-San, Sweet Distraction and The Charles Effect. He recently launched a streaming network, Laurel Channel, a platform dedicated to presenting award-winning films from film festivals around the world.
To see Ted, go to the CFF Homepage (chesapeakefilmfestival.com) and click on the Facebook icon (F) in the upper right-hand corner. At 1:00 pm, the video will automatically pop up on your CFF Facebook screen.
If you can’t tune in at 1 pm, that’s okay! You can still catch Ted’s video by going to the CFF Facebook page and clicking on “Videos” in the left-hand menu. Next, go to “Featured Video.” You can find out more about Ted Adams on the Chesapeake Film Festival homepage at chesapeakfilmfestival.com.
Any questions, please call our Executive Director, Nancy Tabor, at 443-955-9144.
Looking forward to seeing you this Thursday!
The Chesapeake Film Festival is generously supported by the Maryland Film Office, Maryland State Arts Council, Talbot County Arts Council, Talbot County Department of Tourism, Artistic Insights Fund, Shared Earth Foundation, Exelon, and The Ravenal Foundation.