Bad Buoy Film Society is presenting two documentaries and two feature films in our first annual film festival.
“Myrtle Beach” a documentary by Neil Rough & Michael Fuller (Big Harbour)
“Werewolf” debut feature film by Ashley McKenzie (Sydney)
“Don’t Blink” a documentary about American photographer & filmmaker Robert Frank
“Maudie” a biographical film about beloved folk artist Maud Lewis
July 30th to August 20th – 7pm Sundays
Theatre at Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site
All is fair in love – and murder – in this 1970s screwball suspense-comedy about a tangled love triangle between a ditzy wife, her car salesman husband, and their buffoon dentist. Set against the backdrop of a hotel room in Baddeck’s historic Inverary Inn, this twisted ode to the fickle nature of love will keep you chuckling as relationships deteriorate, allegiances divide, and schemes escalate to absurdity.
Direction and Set Design: Nicole Lee Quesnel
Arlene Miller: Christy MacRae-Ziss
Paul Miller: Terry Barna
Mitchell Lovell: Dan Payne
The Masonic Hall, 24 Queen St., Baddeck NS
VIEW VIDEO at https://vimeo.com/122316745
A web marketing video produced by Skyline Studio for the County of Victoria, Cape Breton, filmed in Baddeck, Nova Scotia for the purpose of tourism promotion. The video features the Inverary Inn, Baddeck Forks Golf Club and the Annual Ride for Dad Event (in support of prostate cancer).
The County of Victoria has more 365km of groomed snowmobiling trails that lead into Highlands of Cape Breton and connect to Margaree, Cheticamp, Whycocomagh and points beyond.
Baddeck & Area Cat Rescue- new non-profit organization. We are a group of volunteers who are committed to reducing the population of feral cats, and finding new homes for abandoned cats, in Baddeck and surrounding area. Please join our Facebook Group: BaddeckCatRescue. You can post photos of cats & kittens needing good homes; or if you are looking for a kitty you can post there too. We are also setting up a scheme for Trap/Neuter/Release, where we rent out humane cat traps to people who have a feral / stray cat problem & we will pay towards the sterilization in association with the Baddeck Vet Clinic. The cats can then go back into their familiar surroundings provided there is food & shelter for them. Some might be re-homable. We are looking for donations to help with the cost of this sterilization program. PayPal or e-transfer toBaddeckCatRescue@gmail.com or drop off your cash or cheque donation at The Antiques Boutique in Baddeck – no amount is too small! If you have a feral cat problem – please contact the group administrators Lisa Holt-Jones, Donna Johnson or Dale Stone. Thank you.