Red Cedar Film Festival
Opening Gala at the Mabel Tainter: July 24, 2019
Viewing of Films: July 25-27, 2019
Closing Brunch and Awards: July 28, 2019
Films will be held at three venues all within a short walk of each other.
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.
Wilson Park Band Shell
The Wilson Park hosts a wide variety of activities, most popular is the farmers market held under the new wood framed pavilion. Next to the pavilion that hosts the Ludington Guard Band which is the oldest continually operating band in Wisconsin.
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 the University of Wisconsin- Stout, a lively downtown and an abundance of outdoor recreational opportunities.
Be a part of the celebration of film in the Red Cedar region by taking part in a Master Class workshop, submitting films for the Festival or as a supporter by attending the Red Cedar Film Festival. All of these options will prove to bring value and enrichment for film makers and enthusiasts.
Submit your film today!
Submissions must be made through Film Freeway, for the 2019 Red Cedar Film Festival. Submissions will be accepted until March 30, 2019 but the early bird deadline is December 29, 2018.