Tickets and Weekend Passes are available on the Icicle Creek Center for the Arts website.
Opening Night - $15 in advance, $17 at the door (includes admission to after party at Blewett Brewing Company in downtown Leavenworth)
Saturday Films - $13 in advance, $15 at the door ($10 for students)
Weekend Pass - $60 for all five films (includes invitation to Opening Night after party)
Ticket Fees May Apply
FRIDAY, MARCH 10th
6:15pm: Book signing with Vox Docs special guest, author Laura Albert
7pm Opening Night Film: Author: The JT LeRoy Story
The endlessly riveting documentary that chronicles one of the greatest cultural icons of the 21st century, 16 year old literary sensation, JT LeRoy, and the mastermind behind it all, author Laura Albert.
Post-screening Q&A special guest: Laura Albert
10pm Opening Night Party: Blewett Brewing Company, 911 Commercial Street in downtown Leavenworth
SATURDAY, MARCH 11th
A stunning achievement in documentary film, cinematographer Kirsten Johnson assembles a self-portrait of her work shot over 25 years to provide a touching and complex look at the person behind the camera.
1:15pm: Zero Days
Acclaimed as one of the most important films of 2016, Oscar winner Alex Gibney's documentary thriller explores the potential consequences of cyberwarfare, including the looming threat of weapons like the Stuxnet computer virus.
3:30pm - 4:30pm: Book signings with Laura Albert and Phil Borges
The inspiring documentary that follows, former New Orleans Saints defensive back, Steve Gleason's inspiring battle with ALS after being diagnosed at the young age of 34.
The thought-provoking, work-in progress documentary directed by Kevin Tomlinson and critically-acclaimed photographer, Phil Borges, explores what can be learned from people around the world who have turned their psychological crisis into a positive transformative experience.
Post-screening Q&A special guest: Phil Borges
Sunday, March 12th
post-festival matinee at the Pine River Ranch in lake wenatchee, WA
2pm: Sherpa: Trouble on Everest
Tragedy leads to an unprecedented Sherpa revolt on Mount Everest.