July 11--The films range from 2 minutes to 92 minutes. The directors hail from all over, including Italy, Ghana and New York City, as well as Minnesota. One film even has a live soundtrack, performed by Duluth band Portrait of a Drowned Man. And it all takes place in a barn.
The Free Range Film Festival, happening July 26-27, has announced its schedule for this year. This will be the 10th running of the festival. In addition to some brand-new films, they'll be showing some old favorites from the Free Range archives. The offerings are diverse, but the main concept is the same as always -- homegrown films shown in a giant barn for a nominal fee.
The barn is nestled in Wrenshall, and the organizers collect $10 per person to help maintain the barn. The full schedule and directions are online at freerangefilm.com.
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