On day two of the SAFF we got a chance to speak to Tracy Halcomb the producer of “Cracking Aces” and to actress and director Karen Allen. We also were able to attend the opening reception party of the film festival, a real hoot of a time.
The St. Augustine Film Festival features three more days of films from multiple countries shown at several theaters within walking distance of one another in St. Augustine’s historic district. The 2019 St Augustine Film Festival is taking place Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, January 18, 19, and 20. Films are shown in Lewis Auditorium, the Gamache-Koger Theater at Flagler College, the St. Augustine Distillery, and at all three viewing rooms of the Corazon Cinema and Cafe. The St. Augustine Film Festival is now in its ninth year. Films include comedies from all over the world as well as fine films from independent U.S. filmmakers. This year’s Festival also includes several documentaries, including four that involved St. Augustine residents.