We had smaller crowds than our opening night on Saturday but the turnout is similar to the crowds we've had in previous years.

The feedback we received on the evening films were that they were so much better produced than the two films that we showed on Friday night.  This evening we featured the two films, Schooling the World and Laughology.  It felt nice to end Saturday on a lighthearted note after so many hard-hitting documentaries during the day.

We're looking forward to Sunday's lineup of films which feature two films on issues of sexuality (Two Spirits and Topp Twins), water rights (Water on the Table) and household environmental pollutants (Chemerical).

Please leave us any comments or suggestions you have about the festival and how we could improve the event.  We look forward to hearing from you.
 
 
We were bowled over by the attendance numbers at the Festival last night (Friday).  It was amazing to not only see all of the seats in the theatre filled but to have more and more folks pour in and take extra seating where they could.

What this means to us is that we have the support of our community; that there are folks out there who find the topics addressed as interesting and moving as we do; and that we will be able to raise enough funds to host the festival again in 2012.

The best 'challenge' we could possibly ask for is having to brainstorm a bigger venue location for next year that will suit our festival.  One of the topics that is often brought up in Terrace is it's lack of a community space - and it is very evident when planning events!

We would like to thank all of those who supported us last night and we look forward to Saturday and Sunday.  We hope to see you there!
 
 
We would like our event to be a sell-out success this year (who doesn't want this for their event?) - but we need your help!  While we're putting up posters, tweeting and blogging, we need your help to let people know about our little festival.

You can... follow us on Twitter @terracefilmfest
You can join our Facebook group
Or tell your co-workers, family & friends

And don't forget to buy your tickets at Skeena Diversity!