Special Events

“The General” with live accompaniment December 28

Gideon Freudmann performs live soundtracks for classic silent films with cello, real-time digital effects and an imaginative, original approach. His modern accompaniment for films from a bygone era breathes new life into this past art, bringing the best of cinema and live music to another level and to new audiences.   The General is consider MORE >

Moving Images Film Festival

The Clyde Theatre announces four weeks of mid-week films from veteran local filmmakers Mark Dworkin and Melissa Young, of Moving Images in Clinton starting March 15. For almost 40 years, Dworkin and Young have produced documentaries on Whidbey, as well as across North America, in Europe and Central and South America. Themes they have addressed ra MORE >

Buster Keaton with live accompaniment Saturday May 21

Gideon Freudmann will be at The Clyde on Saturday, May 21 to provide live cello accompaniment to the Buster Keaton classic Sherlock Jr. The show will start at 2:00pm, and the box office will open at 1:30. In Sherlock Jr, Buster Keaton is a movie projectionist with aspirations to be a great detective. This brilliant film-within-a-film is clev MORE >

Dr. Florian Graner’s Underwater Videography April 23

Celebrate Earth Day with five family-friendly short films by Dr. Florian Graner at The Clyde Theatre. Come by after the Whale Parade for a 2:30 showtime. After the films, Dr. Graner will be sticking around to answer questions about the Salish Sea, filming underwater, and all the amazing places that he’s been to film. Dr. Graner is a world-r MORE >

Wandering Reel Short Films Nov 10 & 12

We’re pleased to announce that The Clyde is partnering with Wandering Reel Traveling Film Festival to show two series of short films at 2:00 Saturday & Monday November 10 & 12. Each showing will be followed by a Q&A session with festival director Michael Harrington. For the Monday Q&A session, Michael will be joined by Wes H MORE >

Seeing the Racial Water March 25 at 1PM

Seeing The Racial Water: A live presentation with Robin DiAngelo at The Clyde Theatre, sponsored by The Clyde Theatre and the Whidbey Island Racial Justice Learning Group MARCH 25, 1:00 PM Due to the volume of interest in this event, the Clyde Theatre is offering advanced tickets at the box office and at Moonrakers Bookstore. Get your free ticket MORE >

Films & Filmmakers Event with Ground Truth Trekking Sept 28

Journey on the Wild Coast tells the story of Erin McKittrick and Hig Higman’s epic 4,000-mile journey from Seattle to the Aleutions–on foot, raft, and skis. It’s a wild trip that is the start of a lifelong commitment to discover the “ground truth” about the interplay of nature and man in Alaska. Hig and Erin will be MORE >

Films and Filmmakers events with Florian Graner April 8 & 9

The creator of Beneath the Salish Sea and Secrets of the Sound is back with two new short-film explorations of local waters. Whidbey Island resident Florian Graner has taken his PhD in Marine Biology and used it to show us the beauty and wonder of the waters around our home. Return of the King dives into the relationship betwe MORE >

Films & Filmmakers – Joseph Itaya and “Lost & Found” December 27

Local prodigy Joseph Itaya will be at The Clyde with his new film Lost & Found for a special Films & Filmmakers event at 2 PM Tuesday, December 27. Enjoy the family-friendly adventure as two brothers search for their grandfather’s lost treasure before their family house is torn down, and then talk to Joseph about writing, MORE >

“Screenagers” October 15 & 16

The Clyde is proud to host two special showings of the documentary Screenagers, a conversation about how teenagers and pre-teens are affected by ready access to technology, how it impacts their development, and how to have sane and reasonable discussions with teens and teenagers about their access to technology. The film is a great one to watch MORE >