Coast Film Festival In Laguna Beach California Final Day is Sunday November 14 2021.
Coast Film Festival features Adventure Films at The Festival of the Arts thru Sunday November 14 2021.
The Coast Film Festival is a one-of-a-kind annual event that showcases adventure films from the land to the sea, and all of the places in between. Films are curated to entertain, inform, and inspire audiences of all ages.
Through the power of film and storytelling, we aim to highlight the endeavors of the human spirit and raise awareness about our planet.
Loved by film fans and outdoor enthusiasts alike, the event is a great way to connect with like-minded people.
Sunday November 14 2021
12:00pm-2:00pm: Everyday Wonders Short Film Block
157/One Word Sawalmem/A Conversation/Putty’s Pride/Irakli’s Lantern/Osama and Ayman/The Mountain & The Maiden/RecomposedAdvice For Tomorrow/A Chance To Be Human
2:30pm-4:30pm: Shorebreak, the Evolution of Skimboarding
5:00pm-10:00pm: Sunday Filmmaker Showcase: Legend’s of Laguna
Lost Prophets: A touch of Laguna surf culture
Birth of The Endless Summer: A story of people and events that’d change surfing and pop culture forever.
Directed by Richard Yelland. Second showing.
Lost Prophets, a touch of Laguna surf culture
Birth of The Endless Summer, A story of people and events that’d change surfing and pop culture forever. Directed by Richard Yelland. Second showing.
Grand Canyon Adventure, River at Risk, a trip down the Colorado river brings new perspective to the future of our water and natural resources. Directed by Greg MacGillivray, narrated by Robert Redford.
A special live music event with Matt Costa and band.
3 large screen viewing areas
Food & drinks
Safety requirements in place to protect the safety of staff, volunteers, sponsors, and guests.
Proof of vaccination prior to 72 hours before the event ( show digital or hard copy proof of vaccination or show proof of negative covid-19 test 72 hours before the festival.
Masks must be worn at indoor activities including Forum theater and bathrooms
Most of the event will be outdoors including a 450 seat theater, art exhibit, booths, speaker lounge, and bars.
The Festival of the Arts Is Located at 650 Laguna Canyon Road in Laguna Beach California
City Paid Parking lots are nearby