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Everything you need to know about the Soo Film Festival

Films screened at Bayliss Library will be free of charge
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SAULT STE MARIE, MICH - Soo Film Festival announces its selection of narrative and documentary features and shorts, music videos, and animation for 2019. The festival places an emphasis on Great Lakes films and filmmakers, but entry was open worldwide.

Festival programming will feature international submissions from nineteen countries. Soo Film Festival is Sept. 12-15 in downtown Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. at the historic Soo Theatre and at Bayliss Public Library, a Superior District Library. Featured selections will screen at the library Sept. 12.

Festival president Jason Markstrom: "We have a fantastic selection of films this year and can’t wait to share them with everyone."

A full list of the films, their descriptions, and the schedule are available on the festival website.

Tickets are on sale now. Complete ticket information is online. Ticket prices are $7 general admission (per block), $5 seniors and students (per block); $20 daily pass (admission to all blocks on a single day); $50 festival pass (admission to all films and shorts programs, all days).

Films screened at Bayliss Library are free of charge.

The most up-to-date festival news is online. Find the festival on Facebook and Twitter.