NORFOLK COUNTY, Ont. – August 8, 2018 – The second annual Routes to Roots Film Festival will be held on September 21-22, 2018 at the Strand Theatre in downtown Simcoe, Norfolk County, Ontario. For the 2018 Routes to Roots Film Festival (R2RFF), 4 feature films and a variety of short films have been selected, including a fun sampling of family friendly shorts that will be shown on Saturday morning and are appropriate for all ages.
Below is the scheduled start time for each of the films.
Friday, September 21
- Kumiko: The Treasure Hunter – 6:45pm
- Supa Modo – 9:20pm
Saturday, September 22
- Family Friendly Shorts (Free admission, appropriate for all ages) – 10:30am
- Sami Blood – 11:45am
- I Am Not A Witch – 2:45pm
- Shorts (Ages 18+) – 6:45pm
Before the start of each film, there will be a short pre-show talk. For more information on the films, go to http://www.r2rff.com/films/. To purchase tickets, go to http://www.r2rff.com/tickets/ or visit one of the following retail locations: The Second Mouse Cheesetique, Delhi; The Urban Parisian, Port Dover; Cottage North Soapworks, Port Dover; Ritzy Cakes and Eatery, Waterford; Erie Music, Simcoe.
Norfolk Popcorn Party
Norfolk County is home to the Ontario Popping Corn Company, Canada’s largest producer of popping corn, owned and operated by Livia and Blair Townsend (ontariopoppingcorn.com). In conjunction with R2RFF, the first Norfolk Popcorn Party will be held on Saturday September 22nd. Events include the longest popcorn string, popcorn seasoning contests, popcorn fashion contest, and much more. For information on the contests, and to submit your entry, please visit http://www.r2rff.com/norfolk-popcorn-party/contests/
Elana Post, Co-Curator, Routes to Roots Film Festival
Brian Reichheld, Chair, Norfolk Popcorn Party