The new projection screen will be mounted above the stage in the school gym and is remote-controlled so it will be much easier to hide away when it isn’t being used. New wall-mounted speakers will be installed, which will replace the large speaker stacks that the school has been using. Ms. Jenkinson explained that "Last year the film committee donated a new sound board to the school, the next logical component to add was a new speaker system to pump out the sound.”
Ray Este, Principal at FFSS says “The schools’ partnership with Films By The Falls has been beneficial for the school and the community. This latest equipment donation will enhance experiences for our students, staff, and caregivers for many years to come taking place in the hub of the school; Graduation ceremonies, theatrical and musical productions, dances, assemblies, guest speakers - the list could go on and on.”
The Kawartha Lakes Film Circuit committee invites the entire community to come out and enjoy the new theatre-style experience at Films by the Falls on Tuesday January 29th for the official donation ceremony, some popcorn and to watch a great film, Puzzle. For more information about the feature presentation and Kawartha Lakes Film Circuit, please visit www.filmsbythefalls.com, or the Films by the Falls Facebook site.
Tickets are available at the FFSS box-office (gym door) at a cost of $10 each on the evening of the
screening, Tuesday, January 29th. Doors open for our event at 6:30 PM with the Official donation presentation beginning at 7:30 PM, followed by our feature film screening of Puzzle. Fenelon Falls Secondary School is located at 66 Lindsay St. in Fenelon Falls, Ontario.
Fenelon Falls Secondary School was founded in 1827. As of 2008, it has about 1,000 students and 90 teachers and support staff. It is a member of the Trillium Lakelands District School Board. Kawartha Lakes Film Circuit was formed in 2013 by a group of volunteers who share their passion for movies by bringing local residents the opportunity to enjoy films in their hometown. They are the curating team behind Films by the Falls, a film series that is a member of the TIFF Film Circuit. Toronto International Film Festival Film Circuit is a successful outreach program with over 170 locations in over 150 communities including the Kawartha Lakes, Film Circuit provides film-goers an opportunity to see films that may not otherwise be available in their region.