Travis Rummel stands on a beautifully preserved old growth cedar stump that was revealed after being submerged nearly a century under Washington's 'Lake' Aldwell. The Elwha River has now re-­‐carved its course through the drained reservoir in a scene from DAMNATION. Photo: Ben Knight

DamNation

Mary Stigall Theatre
300 N. Silver St
Lake City, Colorado 81235

Frozen River Film Festival

Feb 6
Lake City, CO 7:30 PM

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Mary Stigall Theatre
300 N. Silver St
Lake City, CO 81235

Doors open 30 minutes before each program begins.


****FINAL Film Schedule to be released 1/15/2015****


$10 Adult / $5 Youth Per Program
$12 Weekend Youth Pass (2-day pass)
$25 Weekend Adult Pass (2-day pass)

THE THIRD ANNUAL FROZEN RIVER FILM FESTIVAL 
PARTNERS WITH LAKE CITY ICE CLIMBS!

The Lake Fork Valley Conservancy is proud to announce that the third annual Frozen River Film Festival will again be held in partnership with the annual Lake City Ice Climbing Festival during the weekend of February 6-7th, 2015. 

Friday night will open the film festival, giving locals a chance to mingle with visiting climbers and movie buffs during a two-part program of films. Part one will feature kid-friendly short films, and for part two we will screen a feature length film (official film schedule TBA). Saturday brings the ice climbing competition, with an afternoon of shorts followed by the film
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