This is a very exciting year for the Duluth Superior Film Festival, as it is our fifth anniversary. We have some excellent films lined up (as usual), and some exciting guests. You might have read about Patty Duke’s planned attendance for our screening of You’ll Like My Mother, which was filmed in Duluth in 1972, as well as a return of Mackenzie Astin (Iron Will and Patty Duke’s son), who is attending this year as a juror. If not, here is the report from the Northland’s NewsCenter: Patty Duke expected at fifth annual Duluth Superior Film Festival
This is a big year for us, and because we value our volunteers tremendously and will be needing all hands on deck, we are excited to be able to provide lifetime film festival passes (and sweet access to special events) as a thank you to this year’s volunteers. We’ll also provide you with a T-shirt. What we ask in return is some of your time, and to pass along our request for volunteers.
The festival this year is happening May 28 to June 2. Our locations are Clyde Iron Works, Zinema 2 and Teatro Zuccone. We will also need help at some special event locations such as Glensheen and the Sheraton Lounge/301 Restaurant. Our volunteer slots are in approximately four-hour blocks, which begin at noon and end around midnight each night. We will have orientation meetings at which you can sign up for times and get the details on the duties required.
Tuesday May 13, 5:30 p.m.
Saturday May 17, 1 p.m.
23 N. Lake Avenue (next door to Prove Gallery)
Contact us if you are interested in volunteering, and please send any of your interested acquaintances our way: letisha @ dusuff.com
Please consider working with us this year. It will be a fun and fabulous time.