Following Seas
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Showings
St. Anthony Main Theatre 2Fri, Apr 28 7:05 PM RUSH ONLY
 
Ticket Prices
General Public:$13.00
$6.00 Earlybird
Members:$11.00
Student w/ID (Box Office Only):$8.00
Youth (25 & Under):$8.00
Film Info
Guest Attending:Yes
Premiere Status:Minnesota Premiere
Programs:Documentaries
Competition: Documentary
Women and Film
Tags:Documentary
Adventure
Biography
Women Directors
Nature
Voice Category:Take Me Away
Release Year:2016
Runtime:85 min
Awards:Emerging Filmmaker Award - Chagrin Doc Fest
Country:USA
Antarctica
Polynesia
Language:English
Website:Official Website
Print Source:High Tor Productions
Trailer:https://vimeo.com/95226863
Cast/Crew
Director:Tyler J. Kelley
Araby Kelley
Producer:Tyler J Kelley
Cinematographer:Araby Kelley
Nancy Griffith
Screenwriter:Tyler J Kelley
Editor:Araby Kelley
Filmography:Debut Feature
Description

Directors Tyler Kelley and Araby Williams Attending 4/28

RESERVATIONS FOR THE APRIL 28 SCREENING ARE FULL. GO RUSH! A Rush Line forms when advance tickets are no longer available for a film screening. Patrons waiting in the Rush Line may have the opportunity to purchase unclaimed tickets on a first-come first-served basis. 6-Packs cannot be redeemed for Rush tickets.

When Bob and Nancy Griffith first met, she was watching him navigate a 53 foot cutter, moving it with the precision of a surgeon. It was love at first sight. Captivated by one another, they decided to spend their lives on the water, and with their children (from other marriages) in tow, made 20 ocean voyages in as many years, including three circumnavigations of the globe. What makes this incredible story even more unique is the fact that Nancy was also armed with a 16mm Bolex camera, and recorded the trials, tribulations, and at times the tragedies that they met on the sea. Narrated by Nancy Griffith and directed by Tyler Kelley and Araby Williams, Following Seas is one of the most incredible seagoing experiences in cinema history.


Directors' Biography

Tyler J. Kelley is a freelance journalist whose writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and The New Yorker among other places. He currently teaches printmaking at The New School.

Araby Williams is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of design and has worked on independent films, television shows for National Geographic and The History Channel, and created award-winning video content for The Wall Street Journal.


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