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Published on May 8th, 2012 | by TLV News


Tupelo Film Festival: May 16-19

The 9th Annual Tupelo Film Festival showcases an exclusive line-up of 50 indie films including documentaries, shorts, student films, animations, and music videos. The festival kicks off Wednesday night spotlighting local and regional filmmakers and their work. Special events will take place throughout the weekend as well as workshops for aspiring filmmakers. Come and enjoy a weekend of great cultural significance, as well as music, food, and more!

We’re getting the weekend started with a kickoff party Thursday, May 17 from 6:30 pm until 10:15 pm featuring music by Hot Rod Riot. The party will take place on the lawn of the Lee County Courthouse on Broadway Street. Come and enjoy food and outdoor screenings of Tupelove and The Church of Elvis.

Admission per day is only $15 with discounts for students and seniors. Come and enjoy the whole festival and only pay $40. This All Access Pass includes all screening venues and parties. There are advance tickets available at www.tupelofilmfestival.net. Tickets are also available at The Lyric Theatre on 201 N Broadway.

The Local Voice #155

This article was published in The Local Voice #155 (May 3-19, 2012)…
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