Open Cinema returns for 2019

The Yorkton Film Festival is proud to announce our next installment in OPEN Cinema program, our first for 2019!

“A new year means more great films as part of our OPEN Cinema program,” said YFF Executive Director Randy Goulden. “With the weather outside, we thought we’d take a look at a film we received in 2016 that reminds us that it can always get a little colder out there.”

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The short documentary “Colder Than Mars” will be screened. This 2016 documentary was created based on the weather report that proclaimed that Winnipeg, along with other parts of the country, had reached temperatures that were colder than the surface of Mars. The film follows a number of Winnipeggers as they go about their day and take part in activities in spite of the harsh winter climate.

Ray Bailey will serve as our speaker for this installment, as he will speak to winter activity events within Yorkton.

This screening will also continue our OPEN Cinema Passport program. Collect four out of the six possible screening stickers to have your passport be eligible to win two tickets to the 2019 Lobsterfest event at the Yorkton Film Festival!
OPEN Cinema is presented 100% free of charge and open to the public.

Our first screening of 2019 will take place on Tuesday, January 8th at 7:00pm at the Yorkton Public Library.

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