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FLIFF On Location Goes On The Road

Written by: FFT Webmaster | October 24th, 2011

The Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival, which already is spread across three Broward County theaters, including its flagship arthouse screen Cinema Paradiso, is taking its act on the road in the coming months, spreading the wealth to underserved areas in the state of Florida. Aside from its offshore offering on Grand Bahama Island from October 27 to 30, highlights of the Festival program will alight to Pompano Peach (October 28-31, November 5-6), Daytona Beach (November 11-13), Fernandina Beach (November 11-20), Weston (for a monthly series of screenings from November to March) and at the newly minted St. Augustine Film Festival, set in America’s oldest city, from January 19 to 22. Not only does this spread recognition of the FLIFF brand, but it also brings artfilm-starved communities around the state a taste of the best new American indie and international films from the film festival circuit. For more information, visit:


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