Future screenings and upcoming events.

Upcoming Events 

MAY 7: Walking Cheerfully over the World…Using Art: the Power of Creative Collaboration
Virtual film screening, followed by talk with community group.
This event is not open to the general public.

Past events

APRIL 27: The Loaded Brush: A Conversation & Film Screening with artists Natasha Mayers, Robert Shetterly & Doug Rawlings
6:30 – 9 PM, Zero Station
222 Anderson Street, Portland

Earth Day Screening, Art Build, & Community Conversation in Belfast
with Waterfall Arts, Colonial Theatre, Belfast Free Library, & All of Belfast Climate Dialogues
activities begin at 10 AM, Film Screening at 3 PM

MARCH 17: Maine Public Film Series
9 PM airing on Maine Public Television

FEBRUARY 17: Double Feature of Natasha Mayers: an Un-Still Life & Truth Tellers at the Nickelodeon Cinema in Portland
7 PM, Screening followed by discussion with Natasha, Robert Shetterly, and Truth Tellers filmmaker Dick Kane
Tickets: $11 for adults/ $9 for seniors and children

JANUARY 27: First Amendment Speaker Series
7 PM, Virtual Screening followed by discussion with Natasha, Anita, & Geoff

OCTOBER 28: Vermont PBS
Airing on Thursday, Oct. 28, at 8 PM

OCTOBER 21 & 23: Maine Public Television
Airing on Thursday, Oct. 21, at 10 PM and Saturday, Oct. 23, at 2 PM

OCTOBER 17: Rutland County Democrats/Castleton Indivisible Community Screening
3 PM, West Rutland Town Hall Auditorium, West Rutland, VT

OCTOBER 16: Vermont International Film Festival
1 PM, Main Street Landing Film House
60 Lake Street, 3rd floor, Burlington, VT
POSTPONED: Maine Craft Weekend in Monson
Monson Arts’ Tenney House, 47 Tenney Hill Road, Monson, ME

SEPTEMBER 17: The Women’s Film Festival
8 PM, Fleisher Art Memorial, Philadelphia, PA

AUGUST 27: Community Screening at Sheepscot General Store
Join Anita, Geoff, and Natasha in Whitefield for a screening of Natasha Mayers: an Un-Still Life, followed by a talkback with the team. LEARN MORE 

AUGUST 13: Natasha participated in Maine Calling’s episode “Art as Protest: Maine Artists Discuss the Role of Artists Who Use Their Work for Activism

JULY 10-18: Maine International Film Festival
Stream Online July 10-18, or catch one of three in-person screenings:
Sat, Jul 10th, 3:00 PM @ Railroad Square Cinema #1
Tue., Jul 13th, 8:30 PM @ Skowhegan Drive-In Theatre

Sat., Jul 17th, 3:30 PM @ Railroad Square Cinema #2

JULY 10: The Kneeling Art Photography Project
Community Art Activism Workshop
at the Maine International Film Festival
1-3pm · Waterville · LEARN MORE & ATTEND!

JULY 12: Toronto International Women Film Festival
More information coming soon!


MAY 5-9: Made Here Film Festival
Winner, Vermont PBS Award for Best Documentary
Stream the film
as part of the 2021 festival program!

MAY 16, 7 pm: Vermont PBS Interview

Vermont PBS Programming Director Eric Ford will interview Filmmakers Anita Clearfield & Geoffrey Leighton. Watch the interview at

Maine Art Education Association Spring Conference
Leavitt Area High School
Keynote address by Natasha Mayers and Robert Shetterly. Argy Nestor will present a workshop on using “Natasha Mayers: an Un-Still Life” in the classroom.

MARCH 25, 7 pm: MFA Maine Filmmaker Showcase

Q&A following the screening (with particular emphasis on the technical filmmaking aspects).

FEBRUARY 25, 7 pm: Premiere Screening 
Q&A with Natasha Mayers and the filmmakers
Free tickets at Eventbrite.