Owl River Runners will be screening at its second U.S. film festival, making its sixth overall film festival appearance when it screens on April 23rd at the Cannabis Film Festival in Garberville, California.
“Since Owl River Runners touches upon the (as of now) illegal side of cannabis, it definitely opens up the discussion about whether or not the events in this film would have event taken place had cannabis been legal.” says producer André Goguen. “But first and foremost, it’s an interesting story with great characters, wonderful actors and rockin’ tunes. I know that festival goers will be rightly entertained.”
Screening time is 4:00 pm at the Redwood Playhouse in Garberville, CA.
Which means, when 4:20 rolls around, people will have a great film to watch!
In its second year, the Cannabis Film Festival’s mission is to increase public awareness of all aspects of the cannabis industry through educational and entertaining film media with the intention of raising consciousness regarding the many uses and applications of cannabis.