AHS students get sneak preview of Thunder Bay International Film Fest

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisAlpena- Students at Alpena High School were able to catch a sneak peak of a few films that will be screened at the 2018 Thunder Bay International Film Festival.Instructor John Caplis works closely with Friends of Thunder Bay, a nonprofit organization that aids in educational outreach, and helped select the films that students would see. This is the second year that the Film Fest has done a sneak peak for students, hoping to engage and inspire students as well as encourage them to attend the festival. Students can also submit a film to the festival to win prizes. Over 200 students packed into the Beck Auditorium to catch a few minutes of films pertaining to Ocean and Great Lakes issues all over the world. The festival kicks off January 24th through the 28th. Screening sessions are $6 a person.You can purchase your tickets right here: https://thunderbay.noaa.gov/filmfestival/A few of the films that the students saw today include…-Earth Is Blue: Your National Marine Sanctuary System (USA)-The Edge (USA)-Beneath the Surface (Canada)-Galloping Extinction: Last Stand of the Seahorse (Malaysia)-Plastic is Forever (USA)-Immiscible: The Fight Over Line 5 (Michigan)AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Polar Plunge Registration Open for AlpenaNext See What Thunder Bay Theatre Offers in 2018last_img read more