Have you gotten your tickets for the Saint Paul Frozen Film Festival? This festival is a great way to support the West Side for TWO reasons:
1. West Sider Joe Ruiz is the festival's director! Check out the festival web page here: https://www.stpff.com/
2. WSCO will get 50% of procedes for every ticket purchased for the films "The United States of Detroit" on Saturday, February 10th at 2:45pm and the double feature "The Heart of the Story" & "All Who Dare" on Thursday, February 8th at 2:30pm if you use the links below!
The United States of Detroit
by Kitty & Jack Norton
A community documentary film (curated by Kitty and Jack Norton), The Heart Of The Story follows the lives of seven residents as they meet neighbors in their St. Paul community. Filmed and directed by the residents, this project celebrates family, friends and fellowship through the process of learning filmmaking.
All Who Dare
by Kiera Faye
All Who Dare follows nine incoming students at Eagle Rock School, an alternative high school in the mountains of Colorado, who leave behind their families, friends, and familiar environments as they surpass their limits in Colorado's Lost Creek Wilderness.
Guided by experienced wilderness educators, the students are challenged physically, emotionally, spiritually and socially during this once-in-a-lifetime journey of personal growth. They quickly learn that there are no excuses in the wilderness and that completing the trip is only the first step in taking responsibility for their lives.
All Who Dare – also the motto of Eagle Rock School – provides a compelling look at the unconventional approach of a nationally acclaimed innovative high school that provides hope for young people who are striving to turn their lives around.