'A Tour of Sausalito’s Marinship: A Working Waterfront at Risk' is screening at the Sausalito Library this coming Friday.
As fun as it is to disparage a film, it's easy to lose sight of the hard work, sacrifice, and personal passion that goes into making movies.
The 18th International Ocean Film Festival (IOFF) is set to roll and ticket sales are now open. This year’s annual Festival will screen a record 80+ films from 17 countries, including 10 premieres and 9 award-winners.
Some of us here at Latitude have long been cinephiles and bookworms. We're curious about what's been on your screen/bookshelf.
SailGP makes its Hollywood debut this week in a new movie, Tenet. When the script required an epic sailing scene, two SailGP F50 catamarans answered the call.
Richardson Bay is a particularly popular destination for spawning herring, so it's fitting that Sausalito would be home to a herring festival. Herring is quite healthy and delicious smoked or fresh.
As the curtains drew back and the theater went dark, Maiden opened with footage of meaty Southern Ocean waves, old boats with archaic Kevlar sails, dramatic, crescendoing music, and the movie’s protagonist, Tracy Edwards, whom we caught silent glimpses of in the many countenances that defined her groundbreaking roles throughout the movie: determined, joyous, fierce, deeply stressed, and, occasionally, in tears. More »
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