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Sedona International Film Festival


Added by tiegz on 11/21/08.


From Wikipedia:

The Sedona Film Festival is a five-day festival that features more than 125 films, including features, documentaries, foreign films, shorts, animation and student films. Filmmakers and audiences from around attend the event each year. The Festival Workshop, founded by Academy Award winner Frank Warner, brings award-winning, industry professionals to Sedona to teach, inspire and share their knowledge with the next generation of filmmakers. Many of the films screened at the Sedona International Film Festival have gone on to garner Academy Award nominations including Genghis Blues, Spellbound and Why Can't We Be A Family Again. In addition, the 2004 festival premiered What the (Bleep) Do We Know? which has gone on to national box office success.


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