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Thunder Bay International Film Festival

January 22-26, 2020

Every year Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary brings the world of cinema to Alpena! For five days in January, northeast Michigan is treated to some of the most impressive ocean and Great Lakes films from around the world. Film screenings are complemented by social events, educational activities, and opportunities to meet filmmakers. Stay tuned for a full list of films and complete schedule.

For more information, please call or email Film Festival Coordinator
Stephanie Gandulla at 989-884-6212

Student Film Competition
#GreatLakesAre

The Thunder Bay International Film Festival wants to know what the Great Lakes mean to you...share your vision with us on the big screen! Open to students in grades 8-12.
Submit a short film, 5 minutes or less.
No entry fee. Individuals or groups of students may enter. Selected films will be shown at the festival on Saturday, January 25 at 3pm.
Submit your film here

Enjoy NOAA Science On a Sphere® premiere programs for FREE!

Science On a Sphere® is an animated globe that can show dynamic, animated images of the atmosphere, oceans, and land of a planet. Only 100 of these exhibits exist around the world, and one is in Alpena!

 

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