SISTER BAY, WI (February 2, 2016) – Come to the seventh annual Door County Short Film Festival in the Sister Bay Village Hall, Friday and Saturday, February 12 and 13. Film Fest Premiere Night starts at 7pm, Friday, February 12, and will showcase 10 short films. Impress your sweetie with your creative flair and come to DC Short Film Fest for any or all of the sessions on Saturday, Feb. 13. Sessions start at 9am, 11am, 2pm, and 4pm. “Best of the Fest” begins at 7pm Saturday night.
This year the DCSFF will premiere 41 short films from all over the world and a variety of states. Hang out after the premieres and discuss the movies, makings of, and techniques with the filmmakers in the Village Hall. More than 200 hours of short films were submitted for the 2016 DC Short Film Fest, and the jury committee was challenged to narrow the films down to fit into the two days.
New this year: “Best of the Fest”. Film Festers will vote for their favorite film from each session. The top picks will be shown at the “Best of the Fest”, Saturday night at 7 p.m. The 2016 People’s Choice Golden Coffee Mug will be presented to the film that receives the most votes during the Saturday night session.
Possibly the best popcorn you will ever eat will be available, along with other beverages and goodies. We will have seat cushions to rent, thanks to Northern Sky Theater. Or bring something soft to sit on to make your movie watching experience more enjoyable.
Save your ticket! Local restaurants are offering discounts to Film Festers who present their ticket with their order.
Tickets for each session are $5 per person, or $20 for an All Access Pass, good for all sessions, both days! All money goes into the D.C. Short Film Fest fund for next year.
Watch the website for details cometosisterbay.com, or follow on Facebook "Door County Short Film Festival."
The Door County Short Film Fest is a grassroots, community-driven event with the goals of: encouraging the creation of moviemaking; establishing and hosting a winter event in northern Door County; entertaining and benefitting residents, visitors and businesses.