Film buffs need look no farther than Winona this week. The 2018 Frozen River Film Festival takes place February 7-11 at various theaters in the Winona area.
Festival director Sara Enzenauer said it's the only documentary film festival in the state of Minnesota, and it showcases award-winning films in four categories: World Culture, Environment, Adventure and Extreme Sports. She added she's particularly excited for the screenings of Dolores, a film about an activist who worked hand-in-hand with Cesar Chavez but gets little recognition for her efforts. A screening on Saturday, Feb. 10 will be shown with Spanish subtitles.
Tickets range in price from free for all K-12 and Winona-area college students to up to $120 for a full Donor Premier pass that includes a $50 tax-deductible donation. Buy tickets and learn more at frozenriver.org.