Film Activities

Dirty Cello "Flesh and the Devil" Outdoor Screening and Live Music Soundtrack

Stolo Vineyards - Cambria - Tickets On Sale Now!

August 8, 2024 7:00 pm
Stolo Vineyards - Cambria

The Cambria Film Festival will present a special outdoor showing of the silent film "Flesh and the Devil" starring Greta Garbo at the lovely Stolo Vineyards in Cambria. This silent film era classic will feature a soundtrack performed live by members of Dirty Cello... 

Arrive early, bring some food, buy a glass or bottle of wine, grab a picnic table or set up on the lawn.

Greta Garbo gives an incendiary performance as the smoldering femme fatale in this romantic, and erotically charged melodrama. Co-starring John Gilbert - known as the ”The Great Lover” in the silent film era - who rivaled the other famous leading man of 1920’s, heartthrob Rudolph Valentino, as a box office draw.

Cinematography by Oscar winning director of photography William Daniels, who was the master of black-and-white cinematography and most famous for the 21 films he shot as Garbo’s personal “lensman.” Directed by Clarence Brown (Garbo’s favorite director).

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Craig Nuttycombe "It's Just a Lifetime" Documentary Screening + Concert

Q&A and Concert to follow - Tickets On Sale Now!

August 24, 2024 7:00 pm
Cambria Center for the Arts

Harmony and dissonance. Fame and obscurity. Birds and dogs. Singer-songwriter Craig Nuttycombe has led a varied life. The documentary, "It's Just a Lifetime" is a delightfully offbeat vérité portrait of the resilient artist, as told by two fans who lived with the musician for three autumnal weeks.

Craig has a long relationship with the Central Coast and the music scene here.  He has performed in Cambria many times.

Q&A and Live Performance with special guests, Bob Liepman and former members of Cafe Musique, Brynn Albanese, and Duane Inglish to follow the film!

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"Arthur Tress: Water's Edge - Documentary Screening

Filmmaker Q&A to Follow Film

September 14, 2024 7:00 pm
Cambria Center for the Arts

Go on an epic and intimate journey in this documentary about acclaimed photographer and former longtime Cambria resident Arthur Tress as he enters his 8th decade. Arthur grapples with relationships, legacy, the aging process, and loneliness all while continuing to develop his photographic art within the hidden, desolate, and decaying corners of California.

Tickets On Sale July 13th at 8 AM