19th Annual Ashland Independent Film Festival

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19th Annual Ashland Independent Film Festival

Time: April 16, 2020 to April 20, 2020
Location: Varsity Theatre
Street: 166 E Main St
City/Town: Ashland
Website or Map: http://www.ashlandfilm.org
Event Type: film, movie, entertainment, art, culture, family, community, festival
Organized By: Ashland Independent Film Festival
Latest Activity: Feb 29

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The Ashland Independent Film Festival brings five days of the highest quality independent film to Ashland. Over 7000 film lovers gather at the art-deco Varsity Theatre, the Ashland Street Cinema, the Historic Ashland Armory, and AIFF’s new Film Center downtown to enjoy over 100 documentary, feature & short films, as well as other special events. This intimate festival brings filmmakers from around the world to engage with the audience after each screening & at festival events such as the Opening Night Bash and the Awards Celebration, which include local wine, beer & gourmet food.

The Ashland Independent Film Festival: Celebrating the diversity of human experience through the art of independent film—enriching, educating & inspiring audiences of all ages.

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