The 4th Annual Lowell Film Festival focuses on the 150th Anniversary of the American Civil War

THE 4TH ANNUAL LOWELL FILM FESTIVAL
“Lowell on the Churn: The American Civil War, 1861-Present”
Thursday, April 28 – Saturday, April 30, 2011
FREE admission!
LowellFilmFestival.org

Join us for the Mill City’s annual celebration of cinema taking place throughout downtown Lowell!


Headline Films (Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
Glory
Traces of the Trade
Gone With the Wind

Award-Winning Documentary and Feature Films
Moving Midway
Buster Keaton’s The General
World Peace and Other 4th Grade Achievements
Lessons for the Living
John Brown’s Holy War
Chicago 10


Visit our Film Festival Information Station on Saturday
at the ALL Arts Gallery, 22 Shattuck Street
Saturday, April 30  |  10:30 AM – 5 PM

* Pick up Film Festival Programs and Audience Surveys
* Visit with our friendly Festival Volunteers
* Purchase the Official 2011 Lowell Film Festival T-shirt — MADE IN THE USA!


WANT MORE FILM AFTER THE FEST IS FINISHED?
Join the Lowell Film Collaborative for our Sunday Indie Film Matinee
JOY AND THE APOCALYPSE
Sunday, May 1 @ 2 PM
Boott Cotton Mills Museum Events Center
115 Foot of John Street, Lowell
Free admission!
Special Guests: Filmmakers Daniel Black & Ryan Convery
PLUS Christopher Murphy, Program Executive at MyTV New England
Click here for details

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2 thoughts on “The 4th Annual Lowell Film Festival focuses on the 150th Anniversary of the American Civil War

  1. This is great to hear! We’re always SO excited when folks haven’t seen films we’re screening. We really hope you can make it — should be a great night of film! (Thanks for your support!) — Suzz

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