Vashon Film Society presents the Vashon Family Film Festival on Saturday, November 22 from 12 noon to 2:15 pm. The afternoon of live action and animated short films is brought to the Vashon Theatre every year by Northwest Film Forum’s Liz Shepherd.
This is the season when Vashon’s home-bound salmon return to their natal streams. Coho and chum salmon swim up Judd, Shinglemill, Christensen, and Fisher Creeks to spawn and die, leaving their eggs in the gravel to start a new generation.
Vashon Theatre would like to thank the community of Vashon as well as the members of Island Greentech for two great years of Digital Projection. Following on the heels of last year’s screening of the 1948 Oscar Winning Best Picture “Gentlemen’s Agreement”, we will be showing the 1949 Oscar Winning Best Picture “Hamlet”.
Community Cinema Vashon, presented by the Independent Television Service (ITVS), Women & Girls Lead, thanks to the generous support of the Producing Partner, Voice of Vashon, and sponsors Island GreenTech, and the Vashon Theatre
Vashon, Washington (September 22, 2014) Vashon Film Society welcomes influential Seattle film director Megan Griffiths back to the Vashon Theatre on Friday, October 3 for a presentation of her newest film “Lucky Them.”
Community Cinema Vashon is back for a 6th season of presenting FREE preview screenings of films from PBS’s Independent Lens series. Community Cinema Vashon is presented free to the public on the last Tuesday each month
Bill Brown will be bringing his Kingbees to Vashon for return visit at the Red Bicycle Bistro & Sushi. Many folks in the Northwest are familiar with Bill’s high energy ‘rockin’ blues show that he’s been performing in the Northwest since 1986.
Vashon Film Society will screen a locally made documentary about the famed Fremont Troll public art sculpture on Friday, December 6 for its monthly series of First Friday Art Films at the Vashon Theatre.
Un documental revelador sobre los desafíos que enfrentan los estudiantes Latinos en Estados Unidos. The Graduates/Los Graduados explores pressing issues in education today through the eyes of six Latino and Latina students from across the United States.
Just weeks before Seattle’s well-known Fremont solstice parade, Vashon Film Society brings island movie lovers "Beyond Naked," the locally shot documentary that captures the parade’s famous colorfully painted (but otherwise naked) bicyclists.
Community Cinema Vashon’s free monthly screenings and moderated discussions of documentaries from the Emmy Award-winning PBS film series Independent Lens are presented thanks to the generous support of ITVS
The Maasai Children’s Initiative and Woman’s Way Red Lodge, two nonprofits with local ties to Vashon, are bringing the groundbreaking film "Girl Rising" to the Vashon Theatre for a one-night screening, Tuesday, May 7th, at 6 PM.