July 20 - July 23, 2023
2023 Red Cedar Film Festival will be in-person screening event.
The Red Cedar Film Festival returns for its 5th year at the historic Mabel Tainter Theater and Wilson Park in downtown Menomonie. Boasting an impressive slate of 42 international and independent shorts and feature films representing 9 different countries, variety is paramount within the 2023 schedule.
We invite you to join us and experience the art of film across this exciting assortment of styles, genres, and topics. From comedic whimsical curiosities and historical deep dives to grand explorations and alien encounters, there is something for almost everyone. A free Community Screening of the documentary feature “Savage Waters” is scheduled for Saturday, July 22, 9:00 pm, in Wilson Park.
A Filmmaker Q&A will follow screening blocks when one of the filmmakers from that block will be present.
Pre-event sales are online only. Onsite ticket sales will be available immediately prior to any scheduled screening. All ticket sales are final.
Questions? [email protected]
Direct Event Contacts:
Tiffani Taggart, [email protected]
Peter Galante, [email protected]
Festival Pass-General Attendee: $75
Festival Pass include access to all festival film screenings, July 20-23, 2023. Includes Festival T-shirt.
Festival Pass-Student/Senior: $50
Discounted Festival Pass for students, seniors (age 65+). Includes access to all festival film screenings, July 20-23, 2023. Includes Festival T-Shirt.
Single Ticket-General: $10
Single ticket for single screening time.
Single Ticket-Student/Senior: $7.50
Discounted Single ticket for single screening time for students/seniors (Age 65+)
Sponsor Passes/Single Tickets: $0
Included with Film Festival sponsorship. Number of passes or individual tickets varies per sponsorship level.
Filmmaker Pass: $0
One Filmmaker pass included per accepted film entry. This pass is reserved for filmmakers of films being screened at the 2023 festival.
Festival Theater and Screening Venues
Film screenings will be held at venues within a short walk of each other in the heart of downtown Menomonie.
Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts
There is rich history in performing arts and film in Menomonie, Wisconsin. The Mabel Tainter Center for The Arts was built in 1889 and has since been a destination for theater, music and film. This well-preserved theater will be the showcase for featured films during the Red Cedar Film Festival.
The Beauty of the Red Cedar region
The Red Cedar River and Watershed is an area of natural beauty, scenic trails and bustling communities. Menomonie is home to an historic and lively downtown with an abundance of outdoor recreational opportunities.