The festival runs from Dec. 2-11 with three programs of “Made in Alaska” short films and a pair of feature films.
They play, based on the death of gay college student Matthew Shepard in 1998, has been performed worldwide over the past two decades.
Green guided the Seawolves to a 27-3 record and the GNAC title this year, capping 15 seasons with a winning record in every one.
It wasn’t all baseball for the former Anchorage Bucs player — he drove around in a Suzuki Sidekick and ate heaping bowls of cereal.
“I just like the adventure of it really,” said the 25-year-old Anchorage rider.
The Seawolves are the only top seed of the eight regions in the national tournament who will not act as host.
The Rams had their gym destroyed in the spring and have played and practiced on the road all season.
Another top Alaska distance runner Tracen Knopp finished second in the men’s division.
The win was Dimond’s seventh straight title, while Service bounced back after a disappointing finish last year.
Anchorage tied the game with 20 seconds remaining and won in overtime.
The girls team from South High and boys team at Service took the region titles.
The Seawolves, loaded with fresh faces, topped Midway University 87-63 Thursday.
In other literary news, longtime journalist Tom Kizzia was named Alaska’s Historian of the Year.
The Wolverines scored four times in the final 11 minutes of the game and won their home opener in a shootout.
After finishing as the Robertson Cup runner-up last seasons, the Wolverines will try to repeat the success of their inaugural season.