The Frozen River Film Festival celebrates their 14th Season this year with over 80 films showing in Winona beginning February 6th and continuing through February 10th in various locations throughout the city. With the theme “Resilience” FRFF continues their tradition of presenting quality films from around the world. Many films, such as “The Interpreters” and “Minding the Gap,” are already receiving international accolades and Winona is fortunate to have the opportunity to see these films and meet the filmmakers.
This season includes a set highlighting Winona filmmakers and the incredible work they are doing in our community. Other local films include “Decoding the Driftless” and “The Mayo Clinic: Faith-Hope-Science.” Both films will have directors attending for Q&A’s.
New this year includes “Winona Wednesday” where the purchase of one ticket will get an attendee into both of the night’s screenings taking place at Winona Middle School. There will also be Saturday night sessions where anyone can stop into a local business to meet filmmakers and have one on one discussions.
Visit www.frff.org/tickets/ for ticket information.
The art of documentary. The warmth of Winona.