Reminder: 2022 Wolf Tree Submissions Open!

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2022 Wolf Tree Film Festival
SHORT FILM SCREENING
JANUARY 22, 2022 | 8PM
EST

GENERAL ADMISSION

ADVANCE $15 | $18 AT DOOR

SUBMISSIONS CLOSED: DECEMBER 1, 2021


In its fourth year, Wolf Tree Film Festival showcases films set in the Great Lakes region or that include themes or topics related to the region, as well as the work of filmmakers who reside in or grew up in the Great Lakes region. The Great Lakes region is defined as any state or territory that touches one of the Great Lakes (including Ontario, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York).

Submitted films should be no longer than 30 minutes, and all genres will be considered.

The festival will take place at The Franke Center for the Arts in Marshall, MI* and will include screenings of each selected film, a Q&A with select filmmakers, an awards presentation, and a filmmaker roundtable with industry professionals.

The Wolf Tree Film Festival is housed in historic Marshall, Michigan, a gorgeous small town with a vibrant artistic community. Hosted by the Franke Center for the Arts and Marshall’s Youngish Professionals Committee, the festival is held at Franke Center, originally a church built in 1921, now an arts complex that is the proud home of world-class concerts, inspiring theater, and award-winning movies.

*The festival will adhere to all public health and safety recommendations at the time of the event

KEY DATES
Dec 1, 2021: FilmFreeway deadline for submissions
January 5, 2022: Filmmaker Notification date
January 22, 2022: Wolf Tree Film Festival at the Franke Center


Wolf Tree Film Festival 2022

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Wolf Tree Film Festival

Wolf Tree Film Festival 2022

SHORT FILM SCREENING
JANUARY 22, 2022 | 7PM
EST
FRANKE CENTER AUDITORIUM
214 E. MANSION ST. MARSHALL, MI 49068
DOORS & BAR OPENS AT 6PM EST (DOWNSTAGE CLUB)
WITH DJ NERVOUS RECS FROM DETROIT
SCREENINGS: 7PM

GENERAL ADMISSION

🎟 ADV. $15 | DOORS $18

🎬 SUBMIT A SHORT FILM (OCTOBER 1)

In its fourth year, Wolf Tree Film Festival showcases films set in the Great Lakes region or that include themes or topics related to the region, as well as the work of filmmakers who reside in or grew up in the Great Lakes region. The Great Lakes region is defined as any state or territory that touches one of the Great Lakes (including Ontario, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York).

Submitted films should be no longer than 30 minutes, and all genres will be considered.

The festival will take place at The Franke Center for the Arts in Marshall, MI* and will include screenings of each selected film, a Q&A with select filmmakers, an awards presentation, and a filmmaker roundtable with industry professionals.

The Wolf Tree Film Festival is housed in historic Marshall, Michigan, a gorgeous small town with a vibrant artistic community. Hosted by the Franke Center for the Arts and Marshall’s Youngish Professionals Committee, the festival is held at Franke Center, originally a church built in 1921, now an arts complex that is the proud home of world-class concerts, inspiring theater, and award-winning movies.

*The festival will adhere to all public health and safety recommendations at the time of the event

Key Dates:
October 1, 2021: FilmFreeway open for submissions
Dec 12, 2021: FilmFreeway deadline for submissions
January 5, 2022: Filmmaker Notification date
January 22, 2022: Wolf Tree Film Festival at the Franke Center

For more information on submission rules and awards, please visit FilmFreeway.


2020 Wolf Tree Film Festival Official Selections

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Wolf Tree Film Festival

The Wolf Tree Film Festival is proud to present the 2020 Official Selections in short films, premiering January 25th at The Franke Center For The Arts. Wolf Tree Official Selections will be screening from 8:00pm – 11:00pm, with a pre-show mixer beginning at 7:00pm.

There will also be a special festival screening of the feature length horror film, Celebrity Crush, with director and star Oliver Robins (Poltergeist) onsite for autographs and photos. (Courtesy of Kyyba Films) The film will be shown at 2:00pm on January 25th at The Franke Center for the Arts, and ticket price for the festival includes both this film and the evening short film screenings.

Special Guest: Oliver Robins
Autograph: $20.00
Your Signed Item: $20.00
Selfie: $10.00

Special Guest: Sebastian Twardosz | Film industry pro Sebastian Twardosz will lead discussions for the evening and will be present to talk with filmmakers during the festival’s networking mixer.

Don’t miss out on the Wolf Tree Film Festival magic happening in Marshall, Michigan this January. Join us by getting your tickets at the button below!