KEEPERS OF THE LIGHT Online Launch Celebration and Q&A with filmmakers and special guests 5/7

The KEEPERS OF THE LIGHT documentary is now available online! Join us for a Zoom Online Launch Celebration and Film Discussion

May 7th at 8pm EST.

Fresh from the announcement that starting in mid-May KEEPERS OF THE LIGHT will be distributed through American Public Television to public television stations nationwide, Film Truth is excited to announce that the extended cut theatrical version is now available to rent online! Be amongst the first to watch and then join us on May 7th at 8pm for the online launch celebration on Zoom where the filmmakers and special guests will discuss the film with you and answer your questions. The evening will be kicked off with musician Isaac Taylor performing his song “Red Queen” featured in the film.

To watch the film online

Go to http://watch.keepersofthelightfilm.com to watch the film before the Zoom event.

You will receive a link to participate in the Q&A before the event on the email address you use to register with.

The launch celebration and Q&A on Zoom is free. There is an option to donate if you would like. The cost to rent the film online for 72 hrs is $4.99. Donations for the zoom event and proceeds from the rentals between now and May 7th, will benefit KEEPERS OF THE LIGHT and the Gay Head Lighthouse.

Filmmakers Liz Witham and Ken Wentworth will be joined by special guests

Jeremy D’Etremont, Lighthouse Historian

Kristina Hook, Wampanoag Tribal Elder

Richard Skidmore, Gay Head Lighthouse Keeper

Isaac Taylor, Musical Guest who will perform his song “Red Queen.”

Martha Vanderhoop, granddaughter of Keeper Charles Vanderhoop

We are proud to join with the following presenting partners for this online launch event

Center for Independent Documentary

Chilmark Writing Workshop

JamesTaylor.com

Kate Taylor

Martha’s Vineyard FIlm Society

Martha’s Vineyard Museum

New Bedford Whaling Museum

Pathways ARTS

KEEPERS OF THE LIGHT will be distributed by American Public Television (APT) to public television stations across the US over a two year period starting in mid May.

ABOUT THE FILM:

Built over 200 years ago in a small Wampanoag community at the tip of an island in the Atlantic, the Gay Head Lighthouse is one of America’s most famous beacons. From whaling days to electrification, “Keepers of the Light“ tells the story of evolving technology, heroism and shipwrecks, and the people who are called upon in each generation to keep the light, woven with the story of the recent race against time to save the historic beacon from falling over the edge of the rapidly eroding cliffs.

For more informaiton, visit http://www.keepersofthelightfilm.com

FAQs

How do I watch KEEPERS OF THE LIGHT?

Sometime between now and before the event on 5/7, go to http://watch.keepersofthelightfilm.com where you will see the trailer and the option to rent the film. The cost to rent the film for a 72 hr period is $4.99. Proceeds from the screening fee go directly to Keepers of the Light and between now and 5/7 a portion of the screening fee will be donated to the Gay Head Lighthouse.

What device can I use to watch KEEPERS OF THE LIGHT?

A computer or large screen device that you use to watch movies is ideal. As long as your device is able to stream video from the internet you are all set. A tablet or phone that can stream video will also work. For more

How do I attend the Zoom event?

Prior to the event, we will send you an email on the email you use to register here with info about how to join the Zoom event.

What’s the refund policy?

The Zoom event is free. Donations are optional.

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