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Frozen River Film Festival 2013
Wednesday, January 23, 2013 at 9:00 PM - Sunday, January 27, 2013 at 7:00 PM (PST)
The 2013 Frozen River Film Festival dates are January 23 – 27! Join us in scenic Winona, Minnesota for more than 40 documentary films, workshops, speakers and musical performances.
FRFF does not provide 'print at home' tickets. If you puchase your tickets online, they will be held at will call. You can pick them up at any of the ticketing locations listed below. After you purchase your tickets online, a more in-depth explanation and instructions will be given.
Tickets and passes are also available at:
Chapter 2 Books, 121 W 3rd Street, in downtown Winona, MN. Open Monday - Saturday 10am-6pm.
(On Friday, January 25, Chapter 2 Books will stop selling tickets at 4:30pm.)
During the week of January 19th- January 24th, you can also buy tickets and passes at any pre-festival film location. Check out frff.org for a listing of the films and locations.
During the weekend of the festival (January 26th and 27th) you can buy tickets and passes in the Science Learning Center Atrium on the campus of Winona State University.
For questions about the event, contact the event organizer, Kathy Florin, email@example.com,or visit our website
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Frozen River Film Festival
The Frozen River Film Festival identifies and offers programs that engage, educate and activate viewers to become involved in the world. These programs provide a unique perspective on environmental issues, sustainable communities, extreme sports, adventure travel and diverse cultures, presenting issues not often covered in the local media. We connect our viewers with people at the heart of breaking events, organizations in the forefront of social change and the cultures of an increasingly global community. The Frozen River Film Festival is committed to: Educating our viewers by offering films and discussion on issues of local, regional and world importance. We expose our audience to people they would never meet, to cultures they might never understand and to issues they have yet to consider. Providing a global perspective on environmental issues and culture offering alternate viewpoints. Through the presentation of film makers from around the world, we offer diverse perspectives on world issues and nature. Giving opportunities for debate, discussion and discourse on a variety of topics important to our community. Encouraging action on the part of each festival participant. Our festival will give audiences access to tools and connections to take action on social issues. Promoting cross-cultural dialogue through innovative film making. Fostering collaboration through coalition building with partner organizations and grassroots organizations around specific issue programs.