In this ever-shifting “new normal,” film festivals have made the conscious decision to go online this year. The Freeland Film Festival is no exception. 

By pivoting to a virtual experience, the Freeland Film Festival can continue to share with you our amazing “stories that inspire,” and offer our festival to a global audience, including places where Freeland’s international community can participate. 

All films will be available any time between Friday, September 11 through Tuesday, September 15, 2020. Some films and panels will be broadcast live, including our opening night film The Last Ice, Global Webinar, the Youth Environmental Activism Workshop, and more. 

Please stay tuned via our website, social media, or e-newsletter as we continue to make more announcements! Ticket Information Passes and tickets can be purchased at 

All tickets and passes must be purchased online. Unfortunately, there are no in-person or cash/check options available. 

Virtual Festival Pass $40–Gain access to all screenings, panels and music at the festival. 

All films are ticketed (except The Need to GROW) 

Regular: $8 

Senior 62+/Student/Active Military: $7 

Workshop: $8 

Panels: Free 

The Freeland Film Festival is a program of with a goal to foster a global storytelling platform featuring films about people, wild animals and ecosystems that are facing daunting challenges. These are stories of hope and inspiration.

View the Festival website for more information on tickets and the event schedule: 

View the Festival Facebook page.

Green Lake County Dems & Friends friend Evelyn Galster is the event and development coordinator.

View the festival trailer.

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