All events and workshops are FREE and open to the public.

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3/11 — OPENING NIGHT PAJAMA PARTY (ALL AGES)

Musician and educator, Brandon Mattson, joins us this year to kick of an fun-filled evening of music and film. Kid Flix Mix, short films from the New York International Childrens' Film Festival (NYICFF) will screen immediately following the performance.  

6:00 PM  Brandon Mattson  KRASL ART CENTER   7:00 PM  Kid Flix Mix

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3/12 — COLOMA ST. PATRICK'S DAY LIGHTED PARADE

Step outside after the screening of The Prophet at the LOMA Theatre in Coloma and enjoy the annual lighted parade.  

6:00 PM  The Prophet  LOMA THEATRE / DOWNTOWN COLOMA   8:00 PM  Parade

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3/13 — PANEL DISCUSSION

FOR GOOD: STORIES WITH A CAUSE

Affecting change is often the goal of filmmakers, writers and artists. This informal dialogue with Paul Kim, Director of the Documentary Film Program at Andrews University, his students and the founders of the St. Joseph High School Film Club will examine how the director of Landfill Harmonic shaped the story to reshape public opinion. 

4:00 PM  Landfill Harmonic   CITADEL OAK ROOM   5:30 PM  Panel Discussion

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3/18 — YOUNG FILMMAKERS COMPETITION AWARDS

Hollywood-worthy screening of the 2016 Young Filmmakers Competition short films followed by the presentation of awards - including the all-new Audience Favorite!  

5:30 PM  YFC Short Films  CITADEL OAK ROOM   6:30 PM  YFC Awards Presentation

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3/19 — LEGO STOP-MOTION ANIMATION WORKSHOP

Young animators bring LEGO to life while collaborating on short, stop-motion videos. Space is limited. Pre-registration required. Click HERE to register.  

12:00 - 1:30 PM  Workshop I  KRASL ART CENTER   3:00 - 4:30 PM  Workshop II

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3/19 — MAKE YOUR OWN LIGHTHOUSE ACTIVITY

Learn about the importance of lighthouses while making your own miniature version at North Berrien Historical Museum following Captain January at the LOMA Theatre.  

3:30 PM  Captain January  LOMA THEATRE / NBHM   5:00 PM  Lighthouse Activity