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SYRFILMFEST schedules prescreening events
The Syracuse International Film Festival (SYRFILM) continues its 2011 season of year-round programming with its first prescreening evening. The event will take place Thursday, May 5, at 7 p.m. at Le Moyne College, 244 Reilly Hall. SYRFILM prescreening staff invites the general public to join them in watching a handful of the hundreds of entries received by the festival organizers. The general public is also invited to give their impressions of the films. The sessions are free.
SYRFILM will be celebrating its eighth year with SYRFILMFEST’11 from Oct. 13-16. The festival will play host to filmmakers from around the world, featuring 100 films from 30 countries, as well as international competition screenings, special events and a scriptwriting workshop with visiting filmmakers. The SYRFILMFEST’11 is open to the general public.
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