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Film shot in Maine with a focus on the Portland area, Sunday only!

Portland director Matt Cascella’s debut film “Hangdog” (2023, NR, 91 minutes) returns to the Harbor Theater on Sunday, June 30Cascella and the film’s screenwriter, Jen Cordery, will be present at the screening to present their work and answer questions from the audience after the film. Reception to meet the filmmakers and enjoy light refreshments offers time for visiting friends 6:30 p.m.The screening on June 30th is FREE for Harbor Theater members. All other adult tickets cost $10.

In this humane comedy/drama, Walt (Desmin Borges, FX’s PRIVATE LIFE, YOU’RE THE WORST) is feeling like a fish out of water. Now he’s feeling like a fish out of water in Portland, Maine, too, having recently moved with his girlfriend Wendy to be closer to her parents. With no job or plan, and a new dog (Tony) vying for Wendy’s affections, Walt’s anxiety is at its highest. When Wendy leaves town for the most important business trip of her career, she entrusts Walt with a task: caring for her fur baby, Tony. After a careless act steals Tony, Walt embarks on a futile quest to get the dog back before Wendy returns or risk losing them both. Along the way, he meets locals Marianne (Barbara Rosenblat, ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK), a witty nonconformist, and Brent (Steve Coulter, SHE-HULK, A LITTLE PRAYER), a recently widowed man. They force him to face his fears and form human (and canine!) bonds.

“Walt’s search is a journey as idiosyncratic and circuitous as Portland itself and Walt himself, whose desperate face fits the name ‘Hangdog’ better than that of the dog. Director Matt Cascella and screenwriter Jen Cordery have made a film that is charming, original and sweet in its deliberately shaggy way. Hangdog is a real discovery from Maine.” Ken Eisen, MIFF

This event is FREE to Harbor Theater members.and for everyone else, the regular ticket price of $10 for adults and $8 for children (under 18). To become a member or renew your membership, visit stop by the theater in person. Individual membership $40, family membership $75.

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