Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Duluth Superior Film Festival Begins Tomorrow

The first couple years one could see all the films by buying a $50 pass, or paying for individual showings a la carte. This year the Du-Su Film Festival has opened wide it arms and made their entire catalog free for all. What an amazing gift.

The featured film for Wednesday's opening at Clyde Iron Works is Expedition to the End of the World. The film will air at 8:00 p.m. and the program will be underway, with a range of films on various themes airing through Sunday, the majority being screened at Teatro Zuccone and the Zeitgeist theaters. Friday evening there will be a number of short films and music videos premiering at The PROVE Gallery starting at 7:00 p.m.


For many, if not most, there will be a guest or guests accompanying the films. In past years we've heard directors, producers and actors talk about their work in various films and this year will be no different.

You can see the full schedule of events and airings here along with trailers.

There is one event that will involve payment. Patty Duke is visiting the Northland and the public is invited Friday evening to meet her at the Sheraton. You can get all the details at the 2014 Duluth Superior Film Festival website.

Maybe we'll see you out on the town! Enjoy the shows.







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