Monday, November 9, 2009

The Song Bird's Inland Northwest Film Festival

Hankering for another film festival? Get your fill of film screenings and workshops at the second annual Inland Northwest Film Festival November 20th and 21st in Coeur d’Alene.

The Friday-evening, all-Saturday event features a number of keynote speakers including costumer/writer/producer Ted Parvin, former KHQ and KAYU anchor Pamela Stark, martial artist Michael Foley, motivational speaker Dawn Richard, and documentary filmmaker Travis Thompson.

Highlights include “An Evening with Ted Parvin” and a Gala Dinner on Friday and “An Evening with Pamela Stark,” including a performance of her one-woman show “Tinkerbell’s Light,” on Saturday.

The festival will be held at—where else?—the Song Bird Theatre in downtown Coeur d’Alene at 315 N. 4th from 6-10:30pm Friday, Nov. 20th and from 9:30am-10:30pm Saturday, Nov. 21st.

Cost of attendance is $65 per person for both days; $55 per person for film association members. Attend individual workshops and film sessions for $5 each. The event will benefit the Coeur d’Alene Women’s Center and ARMS Women’s Services.

INWFF asks that you RSVP at 208.600.7317 or 208.664.3672. Email INWFF at

Visit for more event details (warning: the festival was originally scheduled for October; some information on the website is outdated).

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