Photo credit: Martin Zell, President, Chesapeake Film Festival Image: On the Set of “Iceman” directed by Harold Jackson, III and Board Member of the Chesapeake Film Festival

CFF 2023 Student Showcase & Awards Presentation and Panel.  Sunday, October 1 at the Ebenezer Theater with L to R Kimberly Skyrme, CFF Board Member, Cid Collins Walker, CFF Executive Director, Student Awardees: Kat Navarro, Kristian Chitate, James Mertz, Mason Mirabile, Jess Weigandt, Grace, Amin El Siwi and Wyatt Carson.
Photo credit: Chesapeake Film Festival and Luminous Photography.

The Chesapeake Film Festival, now in its 16th year, will present a special screening of its 2023 Student Awards Showcase at the Talbot County Free Library on Saturday, January 6, 2024, beginning at 12 noon. The Student Awards Showcase is followed by a screening of the documentary short With Love From Truman directed by David and Albert Maysles. Following the screenings there will be a light reception. The Talbot County Free Library is located at 100 W. Dover Street, Easton, MD 21601. This event is FREE but seating is limited.

Highlights from the
2023 Chesapeake Film Festival

View Trailers For Some of the LIVE Films at the 2023 Festival

Iceman: Book One

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Karen Carpenter:
Starving for Perfection

Selections fROM our 2022 Festival

The Chesapeake Film Festival presents our annual curated film showcases that
take a deeper dive into topics that are of special interest to the community.

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The Chesapeake Film Festival is generously supported by the Shared Earth Foundation, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prager on behalf of Bluepoint Hospitality, Enel Green Power, Maryland Film Office, Choptank Electric, Maryland State Arts Council, Talbot Arts, Talbot County Department of Tourism, Artistic Insights Fund, Richard and Beverly Tilghman, U.S. Small Business Administration, The Ravenal Foundation, The Nature Conservancy, Easton Utilities and Shore United Bank.