Film lest to fade to black in Danbury

Doran, Ryan
May 2008
Fairfield County Business Journal;5/12/2008, Vol. 47 Issue 19, p23
The article provides information on the 2008 Connecticut Film Festival in Danbury. The films at the festival are tied to the area through the actors, directors and set locations, and have been screened in eight cities. The festival movie screenings will run from May 20, with a red carpet opening night, until May 25 for the awards ceremony. The awards will be presented in eight categories including Green and Outdoor Adventure, Documentaries, Animations and International.


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