The Glass City Film Festival

. May 1, 2016.
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Independent and experimental film lovers that didn’t get their festival-fill at the Ann Arbor Film Festival need to head south for the inaugural Glass City Film Festival, going on May 19-21 in Toledo. The festival will feature short- and feature-length films, documentaries, animated features and music videos from filmmakers of all ages and experience levels. Some filmmakers will be on hand to talk about their work and participate in audience Q&A sessions. The top films will be eligible to win one of the first-ever Signature Glass City Awards.

 

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