2018 Festival

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2018 Sioux City International Film Festival Schedule

Wednesday, September 12 – Sunday, September 16
 

Wednesday, Sept 12

At the Stoney Creek Conference Center:

1:30 pm - Local Film Showcase (Salon C)
4:00 pm – Filmmaker Registration Opens
5:30 pm - Filmmaker & VIP Social (Salon B)
6:15 pm - Documentary Filmmaker Q&A Session (Salon A)
7:00 pm - Documentary Shorts (Salon A)
10:00 pm - Filmmaker & VIP Reception (must have all-access pass)

Thursday, Sept 13

At the Stoney Creek Conference Center:

1:00 pm - Art & Craft of Directing with John Behring (Salon C)
1:30 pm - Encore Documentary Shorts (Salon A)
3:30 pm - Making Independent Films, Roundtable with Filmmakers (Salon C)
6:00 pm - Feature Film: “Snap Shots,” by former Sioux City resident Jan Corran (Salon A)
7:30 pm - Q&A with “Snap Shots” screenwriter, Jan Corran


8:00 pm - LGBTQ Shorts (Salon A)
10:00 pm - Filmmaker & VIP Reception (must have all-access pass)

Friday, Sept 14

At the Stoney Creek Conference Center:

11:30 am - Lunch with the Legends. Brown-bag lunch with Ron Clements, John Behring, Marty Iker, George Lindblade, Dave Gross (Salon C)
12:00 pm - Encore “Snap Shots” and LGBTQ Shorts (Salon A)
1:30 pm - Ron Clements: 45 Years at Disney (Salon C)

3:30 pm - Sioux City to Hollywood with John Behring & Marty Iker (Salon C)
7:00 pm - Comedy Shorts (Salon A)

10:00 pm - Filmmaker & VIP Reception (must have all-access pass)

At the Orpheum Theater:

Saturday, Sept 15

10:00 am - Feature Film: “The Truman Decision,” Q&A with director/screenwriter Adam Gonshorowski and cast


A Disney Homecoming


1:00 PM - Ron Clements presents Disney’s Moana, with a once in a lifetime look behind the scenes at the making of Moana. 

Animated Shorts to follow

7:00 PM - A Night in Gotham, with Director John Behring


9:00 pm - Horror/Sci-Fi/Fantasy Shorts
11:00 pm - Filmmaker & VIP Reception (must have all-access pass)

Sunday, Sept 16

At the Orpheum Theater:

Wings - Starring Clara Bow, Charles Buddy Rogers, Richard Arlen, and Gary Cooper. Winner of the FIRST “Best Picture” Academy Award in 1927.

12:00 pm - Silent Film Sunday: “Wings” with LIVE accompaniment on the Mighty Wurlitzer Organ
3:00 pm - Drama Shorts
6:00 pm - "Best of Fest" Films shown, and Festival Awards Program

8:00 pm - Filmmaker & VIP Reception (must have all-access pass)