Former North Kitsap resident Debora Lascelles
is the director of the film “Upon Release,” which
has been named an official selection to the Columbia Basin
International Film Festival Aug. 15 to 19 in Vancouver,
Lascelles, who began her film studies at Olympic
College before earning a scholarship for the prestigious
cinematic arts program at the University of Southern California,
was selected to direct the school-financed short film last year as
a senior project.
The announcement isn’t just good news for Lascelles. One of the
film’s stars, Kelly Huddleston, is a former
Central Kitsap resident now working as an actress and comedian in
The Changing Scene Theatre Northwest and
Bainbridge Arts and Humanities Council both have
ways for you to show your creativity … if you act fast.
Bremerton’s Changing Scene Theatre Northwest is calling for
submissions for the 10th edition of its popular “Summerplay”
festival of one-act plays. Unproduced short plays can be submitted
until May 30, with selected plays earning a spot in
“Summerplay 2012: A Festival of New Works” later
this summer at CSTN’s digs upstairs at the Bremerton Eagles Aerie
192 (205 Sixth St., at the corner with Washington Avenue). Plays
must be no longer than 30 minutes, and should be submitted
electronically, in either a pdf or doc format, to
firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions can be directed to
CSTN artistic director Pavlina Morris, 360-813-1820 or
The Bainbridge Arts and Humanities Council is gathering entries
fo the 2012 Celluloid Bainbridge Film Festival, a
full day of screenings of short and feature-length films that have
a Bainbridge connection — filmmakers, locations or subject matter.
Submissions can be made until 5 p.m. June 1 (check
bainbridgeartshumanities.org for details, or call 206-842-7901.
Celluloid Bainbridge is set for Oct. 21 at the Lynwood Theatre,
4569 Lynwood Center Road.