Dennis Frahmann is the director of the Cambria Film Festival as well as the treasurer of its parent organization, the Cambria Center for the Arts. Now in its sixth year, the Cambria Film Festival is dedicated to showcasing independ-ent films from around the world. The Festi-val’s theme is romance, romantic comedy and the complexities of love. Since its incep-tion, the festival has brought hundreds of films, dozens of filmmakers and a broad array of film lovers to this community for an annual festival held in early February. Dennis became involved with the Festival in its first year to help with its marketing and became its lead after the death of its founder, Nancy Green

Since retiring and moving to Cambria in 2013, Dennis has been active in the Cambria Scarecrow Festival, served two years on the county’s grand jury, and has written four novels. Prior to retiring, Dennis was the chief marketing officer for Sage North America and be-fore that vice president of advertising at Xerox Corporation. He has a masters in journalism from Columbia Uni-versity and a bachelors in philosophy and English from Ripon College