Seasons, Friends, Arts, Work, Maine.
In memory of Diane E. O'Donnell Shevenell, Malibu Maine is symbolically established on her birthday, July 24th, so that the town will have an extra special reason to celebrate each year. Diane is the mother of Malibu creator, Tonya Shevenell.
THE HOME ROAD EVENTS
Wednesday, January 16, 2019 - Augusta Civic Center, North Wing, 2nd floor. Maine Woodland Owners Group. 1 pm Augusta, Maine.
Tuesday, February 19, 2019 - Cape Elizabeth Community Services Lunch ‘n Learn at CE High School Cafeteria, Cape Elizabeth, Maine 11:30 am Screening and Q&A with Ray Shevenell. $10 Call 207-799-2868
For more information on these screening events and the film in general, please visit the official website of The Home Road.
In Production Now! A new blog series to document the making of the new film by Home Ice Productions, Shape Of Love: 200 Years In Maine. Join us on the journey from idea to premiere!
Blog posts at Malibu Maine are occasional, but will soon feature a series honoring Maine’s upcoming Bicentennial. For now, the blog includes a storm-related four-part series called "Uprooted."
OTHER Maine DOcumentary films
Maine filmmaker and composer, Sumner McKane's documentary films include In The Blood, The Maine Frontier, The Northeast By Eastern and SPEEDWAY MAINE. See SPEEDWAY MAINE on Maine Public Television Thursday night, February 21st at 10 pm or Saturday morning, February 23rd at 11 am. Learn more about these films, their inspiring soundtracks and check for screenings and DVD ordering options at www.sumnermckane.com
The General Store
The General Store offers Malibu Maine branded items as well as works from Home Ice Productions and special guest artists. This season, the featured product is a new Maine Bicentennial t-shirt offering and great looking hat! Check them out! Maine celebrates its Bicentennial in 2020, but you can get a head start!