The Franke Center for the Arts is gearing up again for the popular community event, The Wolf Tree Film Festival (The Youngish Professionals Committee). The submission site, FilmFreeway.com, is now open for entries.
Everyone is welcome to attend, including cinema fans as well as industry professionals. According to the Franke Center’s Event Manager Cathy Bovitz, “It’s exciting to see these events continue to grow in the number of submissions and the level of talent each year. We’re thrilled to be able to showcase a variety of short films in Marshall for our community to enjoy, and The Franke Center is becoming a favored venue for filmmakers. We hope to continue to spread the word and encourage even broader participation.”
The Wolf Tree Film Festival is in its 6th year and is set for January 20, 2024 at 7:00pm ET. The festival will once again showcase short films (under 30 minutes) 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.
This year’s event will again include screenings of each selected film, a meet and greet with the filmmakers and an awards presentation. Selected films will include a variety of genres, including comedy, drama, documentary and others.
Submissions can be submitted at https://filmfreeway.com/WolfTreeFilmFestival.