Special Screenings


An Honest Liar

Thursday, July 31st – 6:30PM

Director/Producer: Justin Weinstein, Tyler Measom
2014 | 90 mins

An audience favorite at NFF19, Justin Weinstein and Tyler Measom’s  entertaining documentary follows magician-turned-paranormal-skeptic James “The Amazing” Randi who has debunked claims of the supernatural for more than four decades.

Followed by Filmmaker Q&A.

Tickets $15 available at the box office or online.

An Honest Liar






Surf Outreach 2014

Noah’s Arc

Saturday, August 2, 2014 - 5:30PM
Main Theater
Tickets $5 available online or at the box office to benefit the Surfrider Foundation.

Walking on Water film tribute in memory of beloved Nantucket resident and friend, David (OZONE) Ozias*. Hosted LIVE by 3x World Surfing Champion, Tom Curren.

Featuring world class surfers C J Hobgood, Damien Hobgood, Matt Beacham, Noah Snyder, Jesse Hines, Will Tant, & More.

Immediately after the screening there will be a Q&A with Tom Curren.

Door Prizes: Hypto Krypto Surfboard, GO-Pro® Camera, Patagonia Waterproof Backpack & More!

Doors open at 5:15.

*A friend to all, a follower of Christ.

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Tuesday, August 5, 2014 – 7pm
Main Theater
Tickets $10 available online or at the box office



Cady ColemanSkype Q&A following screening with astronaut Cady Coleman.

MAKERS: Women & Space traces the history of women pioneers in the U.S. space program.It begins in the late1950’s with a group of pioneering women who sacrificed and trained for space flight, only to have their path to space heartbreakingly
blocked simply because they were women. Although the “job” of astronaut was finally opened to women in the 1970’s, it wasn’t until 1999 that Eileen Collins became the first woman to finally command a spacecraft. The film will end inside NASA, where we’ll follow the current class of women engineers, mathematicians, and astronauts who will make up the next generation of spaceflight.