Well here is the full schedule for the Snowtown Film Festival!
Friday, January 30, 2015
6 p.m.: Reception at the Dulles State Office Building for those 18 and over.
7:15 p.m.: “Fargo,” rated R.
Saturday, January 31, 2015
10:00 am “The Coldest Winter,” followed by a Q&A session.
The film has not been rated by the Motion Picture Association of America, but Mr. Mustizer says it would merit a PG-13, for language and violence.
Noon: Lecture with Norman Keim, author of “Our Movie Houses: A History of Film and Cinematic Innovation in Central New York.”
1:00 pm “For Heaven’s Sake”
Harold Lloyd stars in this 1926 silent movie. Jason D. Comet, owner of Comet Music Studio, Watertown, will provide live organ accompaniment and give an introduction.
2:30 pm “Climb to Glory: Legacy of the 10th Mountain Ski Troopers”
A Warren Miller production. Question & answer session to follow with retired Col. Michael T. Plummer
4:00 pm “Northern Light”
This 2013 award-winning, 105-minute documentary is set against the backdrop of a town’s annual snowmobile race in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and “explores the American working class experience.”
Parental discretion is advised for language.
6:00 pm Short film submissions screening and awards ceremony.
7:30 pm “Hold ’Em”
The 2014 film is produced by Carthage native Clay J. Dumaw, who will give an introduction.
The film is not rated. Viewer discretion advised for violence and language.