June 13, 2011
On June 14, the festival will be presented with an award that identifies organizations that have gone out of their way to enhance the campus life of universities and colleges in their area
The Frozen River Film Festival has brought international documentaries and cultural icons to the Winona community and the student body at Winona State University. On June 14, in St. Paul, Minnesota, the festival and it's coordinators will be presented with an award that identifies organizations that have gone out of their way to enhance the campus life of universities and colleges in their area.
January 31, 2011
Frozen River Film Festival Director Crystal Hegge utilizes her passion for film creation by heading a festival celebrating those works of art
Today, Crystal Hegge will finally get a chance to rest.
“I’m going to sleep and hang out with my kids (today),” said Hegge, 30, who has a 3-year-old daughter and 20-month-old son. “If they even recognize me.”
January 31, 2011
We’ll show you what we’re reading every morning, Monday through Friday -- from news sources regionally, statewide and around the country
Welcome to our new daily roundup of news. We’ll show you what we’re reading every morning, Monday through Friday -- from news sources regionally, statewide and around the country.
Here’s today’s first edition. Hope to see you here tomorrow.
November 17, 2010
Community members preview films and get excited about the 2011 Frozen River Film Festival
Films, food and companionship launched the annual Frozen River Film Festival season Nov. 14. The FRFF Committee held a community potluck at the Historic Winona Masonic Temple in Winona, Minn. The event was held for all community members who wished to get a sneak peak at films to be shown at the 2011 Frozen River Film Festival, which will be held Jan. 26-30.
March 29, 2010
FRFF is looking for five interns to participate in the 2011 season and gain additional experience in the real world
To successfully run the Frozen River Film Festival (FRFF) it takes a lot of people willing to put in long hours and endure a little bit of chaos. Every year, directors and coordinators of the festival look forward to the help that will be provided by interns and volunteers.
January 18, 2010
Pre-Frozen River Film Festival viewing of "The Age of Stupid" incites discussion
“Happiness is not the latest gadget.” According to one Hurricane Katrina survivor, technology is not the solution to a better life.
The underlying theme in the film “The Age of Stupid” focused on the pitfalls of humanity, a screening brought to Saint Mary’s University for a pre-Frozen River Film Festival Jan. 13.