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Saturday, July 30, 2011

Documentary Filmmaker Retreat

August 26 – 28 join the Seattle Documentary Association for DocForest, a documentary filmmaker's retreat at the Kitsap Forest Theater. The weekend retreat – formerly known as DocFarm – will be filled with guided peer-to-peer workshops, documentary films, camaraderie, bonfires, and great food. Recharge your creative spirit at this breath-taking environment in the woods!

The weekend kickoffs Friday evening with a Happy Hour followed by Rapid Recharge – an event where we show YOUR favorite, brain tingling, jaw dropping, inspiring clips. We will show five minutes of any genre of film you bring!

During workshops discover the myths of distribution; practice pitching your dream project and honing your idea; and explore the ethics of documentary filmmaking and the elements of storytelling.

Bring SHORT CLIPS for our Saturday evening Works-in-Progress (no longer than 10 minutes) and for our Rapid Recharge event on Friday (no longer than 5 minutes).

DocForest events end Sunday at 2pm so you'll have plenty of time to continue to enjoy this historic site and head home.

Sleeping accommodations are available on site where you can bunk with other people in the cabin or bring a tent and camp. If you prefer to sleep offsite there are hotels nearby.

Tickets include the following chef catered meals: Friday Happy Hour; Saturday breakfast, lunch and dinner; and Sunday breakfast and lunch.

Get inspired and get to know your fellow documentary filmmaking community at the 2011 DocForest!

Ticket Prices

$150 All Weekend / Bunking (includes 5 meals plus Friday Happy Hour)
$150 All Weekend / Tenting (includes 5 meals plus Friday Happy Hour)
$125 All Weekend / Offsite Sleeping (includes 5 meals plus Friday Happy Hour)
$85 Saturday Only (includes 3 meals on Saturday)

Tickets available on Brown Paper Tickets

Event updates can be found on the Sea Doc Website SeaDoc Facebook Page

About Seattle Documentary Association
The Seattle Documentary Association (SeaDoc) organizes activities for the Puget Sound documentary film community to grow as filmmakers, support one another, creatively energize and have fun.

About Kitsap Forest Theater
The Mountaineers Kitsap property, including the Kitsap Forest Theater, is located approximately 7 miles west of downtown Bremerton in unincorporated Kitsap County. Part of the 460-acre Rhododendron Preserve owned and maintained by the Mountaineers Foundation, the property is home to Kitsap Cabin, built in 1918 by mostly women volunteers during WWI. It is listed on the Washington Heritage Register as a historically significant site.

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