REEL Youth Film Festival to premiere locally-made films in Wrenshall May 30
Wrenshall, MN - The REEL Youth Film Festival will premiere over 20 films
from students K-12 inside the Free Range Film Barn in Wrenshall at 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 30.
A celebration of Northland youth and their cinematic
creativity, the festival features inspired stop-motion animation, two
narrative shorts on pirate shenanigans and demonstration films ranging
from how to bake cookies with monkeys to snowboarding to mountain biking
The festival is organized by area art teachers with support from the
Cloquet school district, CAPP, and the Free Range Film Festival.
"Our students get such a kick out of seeing their work on the big screen" said festival organizer Julie Deters. "It is such motivation for them to keep going and keep working on ways to best communicate their ideas - and
believe me, they have a lot!"
The event is free and open to the public.
Saturday, May 30, 6 p.m. - REEL Youth Film Festival
For more information on the REEL Youth Film Festival - visit
www.cloquet.k12.mn.us and click on "REEL Youth Film Festival" for more
For directions go to www.freerangefilm.com