Last chance to submit your short films to the 2022 Wolf Tree Film Festival before the DEADLINE: DEC 12, 2021. We look forward to viewing your works of art and have already received some fantastic submissions!
Over the years, the #WolfTreeFilmFestival housed in historic Marshall, Michigan, a gorgeous small town with a vibrant artistic community, has showcased many inspiring cinema works, cultivated networking opportunities between aspiring filmmakers and industry professionals (such as Lance Barber, Oliver Robins, & Sebastian Twardosz), and celebrated the creativity and unique charm of the Great Lakes region. Check out Wolf Tree’s past Official Selections to get hyped for next year’s event!
Announcing our 2022 #WolfTreeFilmFestival host: John Matthew Riopelle! Riopelle is an actor, playwright, lyricist and screenwriter with an MFA in screenwriting and playwriting from Point Park University. He is the winner of the Gilman Gonzalez-Falla Musical Theater Award, a two-time Richard Rodgers and Jonathan Larson Grant finalist and a Fred Ebb Musical Theater Award finalist. His musical, “Streets of America,” with score by Tony Award Winner, Michael Rupert, was developed at The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, in conjunction with American University as part of their Inaugural Page to Stage Series on the Millennium Stage.
Matthew grew up in Detroit and studied acting at the Cranbrook Theater School and Actor’s Alliance Theater Conservatory. Since then he has lived in Los Angeles writing feature films, pilots (“Sullivan in Cuba,” “Blind Pig,” “Chavez,” “Left,” “The Camel Knows the Way,” & more), Broadway plays, and has a brother who is also a local artistic director and actor here in Marshall. We are excited to welcome Matthew to the Wolf Tree lineup and hope to see you all there next year!
WOLF TREE SCREENINGS
FEATURING HOST JOHN MATTHEW RIOPELLE JANUARY 22, 2022 | 7PM | THE FRANKE CENTER FOR THE ARTS