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Movie Festival Set to Revive Frankfort This Fall

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The popcorn is ready to pop and the marquee is lit up as the 4th Annual Frankfort Film Festival gets ready to move into town.

Next weekend, Frankfort's Garden Theater in Benzie County will be packed with eager movie goers.

The owner of the Garden Theater says there should be a little something for everyone including foreign films, documentaries and even comedies.

The festival runs from October 18th to the 21st.

You can buy the full festival pass for $60 or individual showings cost $10 each.

9&10's Jessica Dupnack visited the theater today and has a preview of what you can expect this year.

Click the link attached to this story for more information on the Frankfort Film Festival.

 

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