Okanagan Film Festival left without public venue
The problems started when Kelowna's Paramount Theatre closed its doors on the Festival. That decision was partly based on the inclusion of the documentary "Donkey Love," a film about bestiality.
Organizers had hoped UBC Okanagan would be more welcoming.
But the university says there's not enough time left for them to host the festival.
So now the festival, which was supposed to start on Oct. 11, is being turned into a private event.
Leo Bartels helped screened documentaries for the Festival.
He was also the board of director's for an earlier incarnation of the festival. He chatted with Daybreak host, Chris Walker
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