More than 5,600 people attended the festival, which ran from May 31-June 2 and included 54 films, 30 attending filmmakers, 4 convivial parties, 3 musical evenings, and 2 thought-provoking industry panels.
Filmmakers are coming from far and wide for the Mendocino Film Festival May 31-June 2, and our list of attendees keeps growing.
The ART marathon was held at 10 am at Willits Center for the Arts. All artists worked for at least 12 hours & some went over 24!!!
Re-opened Disaster Recovery Fund helps restore lost equipment and income. Applications are due by April 30, 2019.
On February 12th the Poetry Out Loud Mendocino County Finals were held in Point Arena at the Arena Theater. Mark your calendars for our all schools, countywide slam scheduled for 4pm on Tuesday, April 30th at Matheson Performing Arts Center in Mendocino.
Visual artists based in the US, have you been affected by recent hurricanes, wildfires, or other natural or man-made disasters? You can apply for up to $6,000 in emergency support within three years of the event. Details & application: https://joanmitchellfoundation.org/artist-programs/artist-grants/emergency.
On January 19th, Mendocino County Art Association’s lecture series, "Meet the Artist", featured Lauren Sinnott, the muralist selected for the huge outdoor mural, currently in progress, outdoors at the Convention Center in Ukiah.