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Mar 25 2010
Free Far North Film Fest Opens Tonight at KNWRVC PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 25 March 2010

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             "Attack of the Sea Slugs" is but one of many films that will be shown at the Far North Conservation Film Festival in Kodiak.

            The two-day event begins this evening at the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center.

            The Visitor Center manager is Tina Shaw:

 

--          (Far North Films 1                         "Every year for ... p.m. both nights.")
 

The two-day film festival, like every activity at the KRVC, is free and open to the public.

 

--          (Far North Films 2                           "We won't have  ... areas of Alaska")
 

            Shaw explained the significance of showing the films at the visitor's center.
 

--          (Far North Films 3                 "Its coming at ... for future generations.")
 

            Shaw is hoping that over the course of the two days, lots of people in Kodiak will drop by the center to enjoy the festival.
 

--          (Far North Films 4                    "Well, its fun ... spring and summer.")
 

            Five films of various lengths will be screened tonight at the refuge visitor center and six films, including the two-minute "Attack of the Sea Slugs" will be shown tomorrow night. The Far North Conservation Film Festival will run from six to ten p.m. both nights.

 
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